Papers, 1894-1963 (bulk 1904-1921).

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Cadbury, Emma, 1875-1965. Papers, 1894-1963 (bulk 1904-1921).

Papers, 1894-1963 (bulk 1904-1921).

Correspondence, essays, programs, notebooks, photographs, illustrations, postcards, clippings and other papers chiefly related to Emma Cadbury's work with Quaker discussion, study, reading and round table groups in the Philadelphia and Moorestown, N.J. areas, includes notebook on the Separation of 1827 for a 1914 round table class; also material related to helping small Meetings; includes essays on Sebastian Franck and Jakob Böhme by Danny Ross Chandler; bibliography on the Keithian controversy and Beaconite controversy; notebooks kept by Cadbury while attending Women's Yearly Meetings (1913-1920) and summer schools (1900-1914) at Haverford and Bryn Mawr Colleges and at the George School; photographs and illustrations of prominent Quakers.

ca. 200 items (2 boxes).

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Cadbury, Emma, 1875-1965

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Emma Cadbury (1875-1965) was the daughter of Joel and Anna Kaighn (Lowry) Cadbury. She was a member of Moorestown Meeting, N.J. and was active in Philadelphia and Moorestown Friends' activities from 1898-1923. From the description of Papers, 1894-1963 (bulk 1904-1921). (Haverford College Library). WorldCat record id: 27382744 ...

Franck, Sebastian, 1499-1542.

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Böhme, Jakob, 1575-1624

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