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Fri Mar 21 17:14:58 2014 UTClccn-n881721650.00The Early Quakers in New Jersey0.521.00Oxford and the Quaker77873817n 881721652578865Gummere, Amelia MottGummere, Amelia Mott, 1859-1937Gummere, Francis Barton, Mrs., 1859-1937Mott, Amelia, 1859-1937lccn-n50041092Jones, Rufus M.(Rufus Matthew)1863-1948lccn-n86863091Sharpless, Isaac1848-1920lccn-n79066083Society of Friendslccn-n79065339Woolman, John1720-1772cmplccn-n85296500Burlington Yearly Meeting (Society of Friends : 1681-1685)nc-haverford collegeHaverford Collegelccn-n85141057Mott, Robert F.1794-1826viaf-295143803Mott familylccn-n88172911Mott, Hannah B.lccn-n87897976Harris, J. Rendel(James Rendel)1852-1941Gummere, Amelia M.(Amelia Mott)1859-1937BiographyHistoryControversial literatureChurch historyDiariesPictorial worksGenealogyMusicWoolman, John,United StatesSociety of FriendsQuakersSlaveryPoorCostumeTravelWitchcraftNew Jersey--BurlingtonTeachingsSlavery and the church--Society of FriendsSlavery and the churchPennsylvaniaSociety of Friends--Political activityNew JerseyBurlington Yearly Meeting (Society of Friends : 1681-1685)Slavery--Controversial literaturePolitical participationTheologyCharitiesChristian biographyReligionGreek letter societiesIndians of North America--MissionsHaverford CollegePennsylvania--PhiladelphiaGummere, Amelia M.--(Amelia Mott),Society of Friends--CharitiesMarriage recordsNew Jersey--Burlington CountyIndians of North AmericaCollege teachersBuddhism--Relations--ChristianityLanguage and languages--Religious aspectsNew York (State)--New YorkJones, Rufus Matthew,Christianity and other religions--BuddhismSociety of Friends--ClergyHarris, J. Rendel--(James Rendel),England--OxfordMorley, Felix M.--(Felix Muskett),Sharpless, Edith Forsythe,Rogers, Robert William,Leeds, Morris Evans,Dillingham, John H.--(John Hoag),Religions--ResearchWomen in medicinePennsylvania--CheltenhamUniversities and colleges--Faculty185919371884189618971899190119081910191119161922192319271929193519621966196819721983199519971998200420072009201021223092289.673BX7795.W7ocn001445787ocn866222818ocn866096714ocn86624161194515ocn002586955book19110.47Jones, Rufus MThe Quakers in the American ColoniesHistoryChurch history+-+100767569653013ocn000180014book19010.53Gummere, Amelia MThe Quaker; a study in costume32713ocn000823834book19220.50Woolman, JohnThe journal of John WoolmanHistoryChurch historyBiographyDiariesControversial literatureExemplifying the inner life of the Society of Friends, Woolman's Journal also formed part of his crusade against slavery that would only be realized 150 years later+-+95550078961147ocn002586893book19100.70Gummere, Amelia MThe Quaker in the forumHistory956ocn004166490book19080.79Gummere, Amelia MWitchcraft and Quakerism; a study in social history+-+8382199066324629ocn008506955book18840.32Gummere, Amelia MFriends in BurlingtonHistoryChurch history122ocn008506961book0.66Gummere, Amelia MThe John Woolman memorial52ocn013708359book18970.96Gummere, Amelia MThe "Friendly Institution" of Burlington, New JerseyHistory41ocn003330838book19080.81Gummere, Amelia MThe city of Penn : being a brief but complete account of the history of Philadelphia from 1683 to 1908History31ocn031333690book18960.47Friendly Institution of Burlington, N.JThe one hundredth anniversary of the founding of the Friendly Institution, of Burlington, New Jersey22ocn164530005book19680.10Gummere, Amelia MQuaker22ocn077920314book18991.00Gummere, Amelia MOxford and the Quaker21ocn028411834mix0.92Gummere-Mott family papersCorrespondence, diaries, legal papers, and photos, of the Gummere, Mott, and Smith families, of New York, N.Y., and Philadelphia, Pa., chiefly Francis Barton Gummere (1855-1919), teacher of English and German at Haverford College (1887-1919), and Amelia (Mott) Gummere (1859-1937). Members of the New York Mott family and Smith family represented include Quaker minister Richard Mott (1767-1856), his wife, Abigail (Field) Mott (1766-1851), Robert F. Mott (1794-1826), and Hannah B. Mott, and Philadelphia Quaker merchant, Richard S. Smith (d. 1796), Quaker minister Hannah (Logan) Smith (1719 or 20-1761), and Margaret (Hill) Morris (1737?-1816), who was noted for her medical experience22ocn752584923book1911Gummere, Amelia MThe Early Quakers in New Jersey11ocn425746019book20090.47Gummere, Amelia MQuaker loyalty11ocn039947645book19291.00Gummere, Amelia MFriends' (Quaker) marriages in Burlington, Burlington County, New Jersey during the years 1678-1750 from "Friends in Burlington"Genealogy11ocn027241184book1927Gummere, Amelia MHannah Penn11ocn056408373mix0.47Vaux collection of correspondence, documents, and graphicsPictorial worksThis addition to the Vaux family papers of correspondence, documents and graphics most prominently reflects the research interests of George Vaux VIII and the photographic work of George Vaux Jr. and George Vaux X. The correspondence and documents relate to Philadelphia Yearly Meeting, including the Forrest Trust, Lewis Legacy for Poor Children, Richardson Trust, Josiah White Schools and the constituent meetings of Philadelphia Monthly Meeting for the Western District, Philadelphia Monthly Meeting for the Northern District and Philadelphia Monthly Meeting for the Southern District, but also Quaker topics such as Quakers in Tortola and Barbados, Quakers in Charleston, S.C., the Bible Association of Friends in America, The Emlen Institution for the Benefit of Children of African and Indian Descent, Friends Historical Society, and Haverford College. The graphics include glass slides of American travel views and Native American sites, and of Haverford College, especially those taken by George Vaux, Jr., but also by William S. Vaux and M.M. Vaux, and photographs and other art media of Quakers and places with Quaker connections, such as Meetinghouses, burial grounds, Tortola and Barbados. There are also 2 albums of 35mm and stereoscopic slides by George Vaux X, including Meetinghouses and Quaker sites on Barbados and Tortola. Especially prominent in the collection are George Vaux VIII, George Vaux IX, and George Vaux X. Correspondents include: Joel Cadbury, Richard Cadbury, Harriet Durham, Amelia Mott Gummere, Henry Hartshorne, Rufus Jones, Albert Cook Myers, Norman Penney, James E. Rhoads, Charles Roberts, Isaac Sharp11ocn006622271mix19160.47Hires, Harrison StreeterLetters. : AdditionsLetters to Harrison Hires from prominent people in government, education, literature, arts and science. Correspondents include: Frank Aydelotte, Roger Nash Baldwin, Shirley Barker, William Rose Benet, David Scull Bispham, Christian Brinton, Maxwell Struthers Burt, Henry Joel Cadbury, William Wistar Comfort, James John Davis, John William Davis, Max Eastman, Cyrus Eaton, Dwight David Eisenhower, Amelia Mott Gummere, Lillian Hellman, Helen Adams Keller, Corliss Lamont, Anton Lang, Eli Lilly, Henry Louis Mencken, Violet Oakley, J. Robert Oppenheimer, Gifford Pinchot, Eleanor Roosevelt, Shapley Harlow, Carl Clinton Van Doren, Henry Agard Wallace, Alexander Woollcott, Arthur Henry Young11ocn025898182mix0.47Gummere, Amelia MPapersHistoryMusicAlso notes on genealogy of Abraham Lincoln, Burling, Mott and Stanley families; book reviews of "The Quaker: a study in costume" (1901); maps and material related to George Fox's itinerary in America and a scrapbook on Nantucket, Mass21ocn028409107mix0.92Edmunds, Albert JRecords and correspondenceCorrespondence, chiefly relating to Edmund's research in the comparison of Buddhism and Christianity, including letters from his teacher James Rendel Harris, professor of Biblical languages, Haverford College. Other correspondents include John H. Dillingham, Amelia Mott Gummere, Rufus Matthew Jones, Rayner Wickersham Kelsey, Morris Evans Leeds, Felix Morley (1894-1982), Christopher Darlington Morley, Robert William Rogers, and Edith Forsythe Sharpless11ocn840172141mix0.47Gummere family materialsMaterials include: manuscript and typescript letters and notes and published material found in Francis Barton Gummere's book The Beginnings of Poetry, 1901, including some dealing with the book; found in Thomas F. Gordon's Gazetteer of New Jersey, 1834, information dealing with various land owners, at least some of whom were Quakers; and, found in Gathered Fragments: Briefly Illustrative of the Life of George Dillwyn ..., a letter from George Dillwyn written in 1782 and other related items. In addition, found in a copy of the History of Burlington by William E. Schermerhorn are letters from Schermerhorn to Amelia Mott Gummere, 1927-1929, and some miscellaneous notes and clippings. As well, found in a copy of a memoir of Eliza P. Kirkbride Gurney, materials relating to Gurney, including letters to Amelia Mott Gummere and photographs of Gurney and others11ocn474875292art19350.10Gummere, Amelia Mott (Mrs. Francis B. Gummere)Biography11ocn222503257file0.47Smith, DanielMilk Jug+-+1007675696+-+1007675696Fri Mar 21 15:21:03 EDT 2014batch17176