Henry H. Albertson Collection, 1826-1918.

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Albertson, Henry H. (Henry Haines), 1880-1959. Henry H. Albertson Collection, 1826-1918.

Henry H. Albertson Collection, 1826-1918.

Contains letters; biographical sketches and miscellaneous documents; extracts and copies of documents; and graphics. Many of the letters are written between William Hodgson, Jr. and his wife, Elizabeth. They touch on daily events, various Friends attending Quaker Meeting and travel in Pennsylvania. Other correspondents include: Ann Jones, Otis Family members, Samuel Tuke, John Wilbur, Henry H. Albertson, Lydia Barclay, Benjamin Hoyle and others. Topics include dissension within the Society of Friends, conveying slaves from U.S. to Haiti and Liberia.

0.5 linear ft (1 box) ; 38 x 30 x 9 cm.

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Hodgson, William, 1804-1878.

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Hodgson, Elizabeth R.

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Otis Family.

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Edouart, Augustin-Amant-Constant-FideĢ€le, 1789-1861.

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Barclay, Lydia A. (Lydia Ann), 1799-1855

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Hoyle, Benjamin, ca. 1798-1875?

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Albertson, Henry H. (Henry Haines), 1880-1959.

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Wilbur, John, 1774-1856

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Quaker minister from Hopkinton, R.I. and leader of the opposition to the evangelical views of Joseph John Gurney. His lifelong opposition to Gurney led to his disownment in 1843 and the separation in 1845 of New England Yearly Meeting into Gurneyites and Wilburites. From the description of Papers, 1831-1873. (Haverford College Library). WorldCat record id: 25540875 ...

Jones, Anne

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Tuke, Samuel, 1784-1857

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