[Papers] / Thomas Raymond Kelly. - 1915-41.
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Clarence Pickett (1884-1965) was a prominent Friend. The executive secretary of the American Friends Service Committee from 1929 to 1950, he was influential in governmental and international circles as well. He served as an advisor to Presidents Hoover, Roosevelt, Truman and Kennedy. Eleanor Roosevelt once said that she would "always try to do the things Clarence asks because I have great trust in his judgment." From the guide to the Clarence Pickett journals, 1933-1965, (Haverford C...
Elizabeth Biddle Yarnall and her husband, E. Robert Yarnall, were Philadelphia Quakers, active in the American Friends Service Committee relief efforts. They worked with the Quaker center in Vienna, Austria, during the summer of 1938 to help in the emigration of German and Austrian Jews. E. Robert Yarnall was a mechanical engineer and served the Society of Friends in many capacities, including Clerk of Philadelphia Yearly Meeting (Orthodox), Chairman of the Board of Pendle Hill, and Chairman of ...
American poet and college professor E. Merrill Root (1895-1973) was a conservative and anti-communist activist who wrote articles and books on communist and Marxist propoganda in the American educational system. The son of a Congregational minister, Root was a devout Quaker and pacifist and went to France in World War I under the auspices of the American Friends Service Committee. After the war Root studied at Andover Theological Seminary and, in 1920, joined the faculty of Earlham College in Ri...
Dean Freiday is a Quaker writer and theologian. From the description of Papers, 1956-1999. (Swarthmore College). WorldCat record id: 46677528 ...
Douglas and Dorothy Steere served the Society of Friends for much of their adult lives and their influence remains strong to this day. Douglas V. Steere was born on August 31, 1901 in Harbor Beach, Michigan and was educated at Eastern High School in Detroit; Michigan Agricultural College, earning a BS in Agriculture in 1923; and Harvard University, earning his MA in Philosophy in 1929 and his PhD in 1931. As a Rhodes Scholar, Steere attended Oxford University from 1925 to 1928, earn...
American educator. From the description of Autograph letter signed : Seattle, to Edward Wagenknecht, [no year] Jan. 18. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270864395 Epithet: Professor of Philosophy Haverford College USA British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001137.0x0002fb Jones was a Quaker historian, theologian and philosopher. He taught at Haverford College, 1893-1934. From the descrip...
Moses Bailey was a biblical scholar, educator, and lifelong Quaker. Following World War I, he served as principal of the Friends School in Ramallah, Palestine. Subsequently he taught at Wellesley College and then on the faculty of Hartford Seminary for thirty years. He was a recorded minister with New England Yearly Meeting and the grandson of Quaker pacifist, suffragist, and temperance proponent Hannah J. Bailey. From the description of Papers, 1902-ca. 1950. (Swarthmore College). W...
Clarence Irving Lewis, born 1883 in Massachusetts, was a professor of philosophy. Lewis taught at the University of California (1911-1920) and Harvard (1920-?) and was the author of several philosophic works. He died in 1964. From the description of Clarence Irving Lewis papers, 1933-1967. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122500133 C.I. Lewis taught philosophy at Stanford for several years following his retirement from Harvard. While John Hammond was a grad student there (1955...