Quakers -- Indiana
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 23 Collections and/or Records:
Thomas H. Trueblood letters
Collection — Folder S1323
Scope and Contents This collection has five letters with three envelopes. The letters are addressed to Thomas H. Trueblood, who was a Quaker, living in Washington County, Indiana. The first letter from D. J. Banta, dated December 18, 1885, is about farming, economic conditions, the government, and the temperance movement. He mentions Thomas A. Hendricks and the Democratic administration. The next letter is typed on onion skin paper with the letterhead: Morrison, Plummber and Company, Wholesale Druggists, Chicago,...
Whitewater Monthly Meeting of Friends history
Collection — Folder S2446
Scope and Contents This collection includes a copy of "History of Our Local Meeting: Its Founding, Activities and Workers," a ten-page history about the Whitewater Monthly Meeting of Friends of Richmond, Indiana written by Mary P. Thorpe and dated October 6, 1916. The copy of the history in this collection was typed from a copy loaned by Willard Heiss in November 1949.
Dates: 1916, 1949
William Haughton collection
Collection — Folder S610
Scope and Contents This collection is a three-page biography of William Haughton written by his daughter, Lucy Haughton White, ranging from 1803 to 1878 regarding his early life and his career as an educator.