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Samuel Buckley Morris (1791-1859) was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the son of Quakers Luke Wistar Morris and Elizabeth Buckley Morris. Samuel B. Morris became a member of the shipping firm of Waln & Morris in Philadelphia. He was one of the first directors of the Philadelphia Saving Fund Society. Morris was one of the founders of Haverford College, a manager of Friends Asylum, and served on the Committee for Westtown School from 1843 until his death in 1859. Samuel Buckley Morris was the husband of Hannah Perot Morris (1792-1831). They had four children: Samuel Morris (1827-1905), Beulah Sansom Morris (1829-1923), Luke Wistar Morris (1830), and Elliston Perot Morris (1831-1914).

Samuel Morris (1827-1905) was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, the son of Quakers Samuel Buckley Morris and Hannah Perot Morris. Samuel Morris matriculated at Haverford College in 1845, then went on to learn farming. He married Lydia Spencer in 1853. Morris was recorded a minister in the Society of Friends in 1864. In 1876, he made a religious mission to visit "North American Indians," later embarking on a similar mission to Europe and Australia. He was president of the managers of Friends Asylum from 1888-1902. Samuel Morris and Lydia Spencer Morris (his wife) had three children: Hannah Perot Morris (1854-1931), Luke Wistar Morris (1858-1874), and George Spencer Morris (1867- 1922).

Hannah Perot Morris (1854-1931) was the daughter of Samuel Morris and Lydia Spencer Morris. She attended Westtown School and became a minister in the Society of Friends in 1908. She was the first woman appointed by a Quarterly Meeting in Philadelphia Yearly Meeting to serve on Representative Meeting. Morris was the author of Glimpses of the Life of Samuel Morris (1907).

A collection of papers of several generations and descendants of Anthony Morris and Samuel Sansom, prominent Quaker families of Philadelphia and Germantown, Pennsylvania, reflecting two centuries of cultural and religious life, and particularly informative on social and economic developments. Among the papers are: letters of Anthony Morris, 1715, and Anthony Morris, Jr., 1759; Samuel B. Morris, accounts of his travels abroad, commerce and shipping, bills of lading, receipts, and insurance, 1798-1815; his numerous correspondence with his daughter Beulah Sansom Morris, at Westtown, and his son, Samuel Morris at Haverford College, and others, 1813-1853; Samuel Morris (1827-1905) papers, diaries, memorandum books, etc., contribute information on the early educational methods at Haverford College, and include a printed copy of the bill, "Act to establish by the name of Friends Haverford School Association", 1833; manuscript of "First catalogue of Donations to Library and Cabinet of Haverford School", 1833; minute book of the Directors of Lathe, 1842; a typescript copy of his diary, 1842-1843, and accounts of his religious and missionary travels, 1893-1898, etc.

John Sansom, Samuel Sansom, James Sansom, etc., letters and papers, 1737-1801, relating to commerce, finance and family matters; narratives of travel in England, Holland, France, and Switzerland; Joseph Sansom's passports, 1799, 1815, signed by Timothy Pickering and James Monroe, and accounts of his travels in Europe and his letters to Beulah Sansom; a biographical sketch of Beulah Sansom, etc.

Other papers include: manuscript record of names and houses insured, 1759-61; discourse on physiology, medicine, by William Shippen, 1762; Sarah Biddle, correspondence, accounts of Monthly Meetings, 1758-1818; Quakeriana, sermons, abolition of slavery, 1787, 1790; accounts of yellow fever epidemics, 1801; journals of travel to "New York Indians," New England, 1790-1796, including Joseph Sansom's journal of a tour to the treaty of Newtown Point on the Tioga, 1791; papers relating to Elias Hicks, 1822-1823; poetry and literary compositions, school books, essays, pamphlets, broadsides, newspapers; papers relating to Schuykill Permanent Bridge Company, 1801; Frankford & Germantown Turnpike Road Company accounts, 1853; Frankford Monthly Meeting, 1860-1869; Germantown & Frankford Friends, 1871; Abington Quarterly Meeting, 1889-90; names of Friends figuring in these manuscripts are, Anna Braithwaite, M. Buckley, Caspar Wistar, Joshua Humphrey, Elizabeth Foulke, S. Hollingsworth, David Barclay, William Callander, 1766-1812, and numerous others.

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Collection Inventory

Archival Resource Key. Albrecht, George E.
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Letter to Messrs. Morris and Rhodes, Tokyo. Kyoto, Sept. 29, 1892

Archival Resource Key. Allen, Elizabeth, 1870-1908.
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Letters to Samuel Morris. 7 items, 1870-1908.

[Letters of 9mo. 28, 1870, and 12mo. 2, 1890, discuss Friends' affairs. Letter of 12mo. 24, 1903, condoles about death of his wife (Lydia Spencer Morris)]

Archival Resource Key. Allinson, William.
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Letter to cousin, Joseph Sansom, Phil. Waterford, Burlington Co., 3mo. 12, 1792.

[Discusses ideal marriage]

Archival Resource Key. Aupaumut, Hendrick.
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Letter to Joseph Sansom, Phil. New Stockbridge, Dec. 14, 1790.

[Tells of lives of Indigenous Americans and the effort to Christianize them]

Archival Resource Key. Bacon, John.
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Letter to William Ogden, New York. Phil., April 24, 1813.

[Introduces Samuel Morris]

Archival Resource Key. Bailey, Hannah J.
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Letters to Samuel Morris. Winthrop Center, Maine, 1889. 2 items. [Asks Morris to look for a young woman in Denmark, then thanks him for so doing and regrets news of her death]

Archival Resource Key. Bailey, Mary S.
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Letter to her cousin. Cincinnati, 12mo. 14, 1836.

Archival Resource Key. Baily, Eleanor.
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Two compositions written for the "Society for Mutual Improvement," at Westtown. [one on the subject of death, one a farewell composition, and an account of her last illness and death at the age of 18]

Archival Resource Key. Bainbridge, Ansley Co.
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Business letter to Joseph Sansom, Phil. London, Oct. 16, 1804

Archival Resource Key. Baker, William.
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Letter to Joseph Sansom and J. E. Rhodes, Auckland, Australia. Sydney Sept. 26, 1893.

Archival Resource Key. Balderston, Bessie, 1871-1873.
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Letters to her cousin Hannah. 7 items. Phil., Westchester, and Westtown. 1871-1873. [Discusses details of her and Hannah's lives, in and out of Westtown]

Archival Resource Key. Ballinger, Job.
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Letters to Samuel Morris. Leeds Pt., 6mo. - 8mo., 1858. 3 items. [First two have Morris's rough draft replies on back]

Archival Resource Key. Barclay, David and Son.
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Letter to unknown addressee. London, 26 Feb., 1766.[Mentions repeal legislation for Stamp Act, introduced in Commons]

Archival Resource Key. Barker, Susan.
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Letter to cousins, Wm. and Sarah Buckley. Tiverton, 9mo. 22, 1797.[Condolences on death of their daughter]

Archival Resource Key. Barton, Walter.
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Letters to Samuel Morris. Brisbane, Queensland, 1894-1895. 3 items. [Letter of 5mo. 27, 1894, relates troubles of Australian Friends; attacks Freemansonry and the "so-called churches" of the rest of Christendom. Letter of 7mo. 22 and 12mo. 1, 1895, report Friends' work and affairs in Australia and Russia]

Archival Resource Key. Bean, Joel, 1892-1900.
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Letters to Samuel Morris, 1892-1900. 6 items: A) Letter from College, Park Santa Clara Co., Cal 2mo. 1892 [Comments on Friends' missionary work in Australasia] B) Letter of recommendation from Joel and Hannah Bean, for Samuel Morris and Jonathan Rhoads, to missionaries in Pacific. San Jose, Cal. 8mo. 2, 1892 [Note: Has partial list of missionaries on back] C) Poem, "The Larger Hope," sent from San Jose, 10mo. 1893. D) Letter from College Park, [discusses the future of Quakerism] 11mo. 24, 1893. E) Two additional letters, College Park and San Jose, 1897-1900

Archival Resource Key. Beckwith, Caroline.
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Letter to Samuel Morris. Paia, E. Maui, Hawaiian Islands [Discusses missionary life in Hawaii] 6mo. 11, 1894

Archival Resource Key. Beckwith, E. G.
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Letter to Samuel Morris. Paia, Maui, Hawaiian Is., 6mo. 2, 1894. [Discusses his work in the Islands as a clergyman, and political events, looking forward to annexation by the USA]

Archival Resource Key. Beckwith, George.
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Letters to Samuel Morris, Germantown. Boston, Feb. 15 and July 16, 1850. [Second discusses pacifism and suggests inclusion of moderates in anti-war movements]

Archival Resource Key. Beckwith, Harriet.
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Letter to Samuel Morris. Kamalu, Haiku, 9mo. 14, 1894. [Comments on progress of church in area]

Archival Resource Key. Beesley, Bartholomew.
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Letter to cousin Samuel Morris. Germantown, 5mo. 24, 1891

Archival Resource Key. Begg, William James.
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Letter to R. B. Brockbank. Glasgow, 9mo. 23, 1889. [Discusses trip of S[amuel] Morris to Scotland and news of Friends there]

Archival Resource Key. Bell, E. D.
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Letter to Samuel Morris. Stroudsburg, 5mo. 16, 1870.

Archival Resource Key. Bell, Hannah, 1866-1879.
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Letters to Samuel Morris. Experiment Mills, 1866-1879. 6 items. [Mainly religious]

Archival Resource Key. Bennett, David H.
Box 1
Archival Resource Key. Benson, Emma E.
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Letter to Samuel Morris and Johnathan [sic] Rhoads. Hawthorn, 5mo. 30, [Discusses typhoid in her household]. Fragment of letter, to Samuel Morris, with note enclosed on Meeting for Ministry and Oversight. 12mo. 3, 1893

Archival Resource Key. Benson, William.
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Letters to Samuel Morris. Melbourne, and Hawthorn, Victoria, 4 items. 1893. [Comments on handling of Mtg. affairs; discusses Morris's coming trip to Australia; tells of family events and Happenings among Friends of Australia, with enclosure of minutes of a Meeting]

Archival Resource Key. Bentley, Fuller.
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Letters from Fuller Bentley, Samuel Morris, and George W. Hare. 8mo., 1888. Letter from Morris is rough draft. 3 items, [concerning finding a job for Bentley]

Archival Resource Key. Bernard, Marie.
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Letters to Samuel Morris. Congenies, France, 1899-1907. 3 items.

Archival Resource Key. Biddle, [?] (brother of Beulah Biddle Sansom).
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Letter to his sister, Beulah Biddle Sansom. [n.p., n.d.] [Advises her in detail as to proper conduct for young lady]

Archival Resource Key. Biddle, Daniel and Jonathan & Biddle, Jane.
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Letter to Beulah Sansom. Pittsburg, 11mo. 21, 1831.

Archival Resource Key. Biddle, Jane.
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Letter to Beulah Sansom. [n.p.] 9mo. 6, 1836. [Has forwarding letter from [?] Biddle on back; asks for financial assistance]

Archival Resource Key. Binns, Edward T.
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Letter to Hannah P. Morris, Germantown. Phil., Feb. 23, 1925. [Mentions dangers to religion in general and Quakerism in particular from "Christian modernism."]

Archival Resource Key. Bowles, Minnie P.
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Letter to Hannah P. Morris Tokyo, 6mo. 24, 1915. [Gives advice concerning the care of her son, who is spending the summer with Hannah Morris and family.]

Archival Resource Key. Braithwaite, George, 1892-1900.
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Letters to Samuel Morris. Yokohama, Tokyo, and aboard ship, 13 items. 1892-1900. [Makes reference to missionary work in Japan. Encloses a letter and four pages of religious verse].

Archival Resource Key. Braithwaite, J. Bevan (1 of 3), 1877-1889.
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Letters to Samuel Morris, 1876-1889. 28 items. Folder 1. [Discusses Friends' affairs, including a split in Western Yearly Meeting; also travels, religious faith, politics, the race problem, etc. Encloses two clippings.]

Archival Resource Key. Braithwaite, J. Bevan (2 of 3), 1890-1894.
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Letters to Samuel Morris, 1890-1894. 25 items. Folder 2. [Continued discussion off Friends' affairs, Samuel Morris's visit to the Far East, etc.]

Archival Resource Key. Braithwaite, J. Bevan (3 of 3), 1895-1905.
Box 1
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Letters to Samuel Morris, some from Great Britain. 1895-1905. 1895; 1897; 1898; 28 items. Folder 3 [Concern both general and family matters; tells of death of Martha Gillett (his wife), introduces J. M. Woodhead, sends copy of letter to David Scull re reunion wit Hicksites, mentions the Boer War and the protest against it, difficulties of French Friends under the conscription laws, and the Russo-Japanese War]

Archival Resource Key. Bringhurst, Joseph.
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2 items. A. Letter to Deborah Morris [London] Phil., 10mo. 13, 1772. [Discusses events among Phil. Friends] B. Copy, of letter to Wm. Cooper. Phil., 8mo. 25, 1902, 3mo. 4,]

Archival Resource Key. Brinkerhoff, Roeliff.
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Letter to Samuel Morris, Phil. Marsfield, Ohio, April 4, 1899. [Discusses lease and convict systems, as well as "Negro problem" in the South. Urges compassion for Southerners and states he trusts they will themselves deal humanely with the "Negro problem"]

Archival Resource Key. Brooke, Bowyer.
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Letter to Beulah Sansom, Phil. Bridgeton, N.J., February [rest of date missing]

Archival Resource Key. Brown, Arthur E.
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Letter to Samuel Morris. Westtown, 4mo. 3, 1903. [Invites Morris to speak at commencement]

Archival Resource Key. Brown, Catharine M.
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2 items. A. Letter to Samuel B. Morris. [n.p.] 6mo. 12, [Congratulates him on his marriage and wishes him happiness] B. Letter to Samuel Morris. School Lane, 6mo. 29, 1880. [Donates $50 for him to spend while on journey in ministry in Tennessee]

Archival Resource Key. Brown, Clayton.
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Letter to J. Sansom. Evesham, near Mt. Holly, N.J., 6mo. 20, 1818.

Archival Resource Key. Brown, Moses.
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Letter to S. B. Morris, at Boston. Dover Village, 7mo. 1, 1825. Letter to young relative. Phil., [Condolences] 2mo. 3, 1859.

Archival Resource Key. Brown, Thomas Wistar, 1846-1853.
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A. Picture of him in 1916, and copy of birth record from Phil. Yearly Mtg. 26 items. B. Letters to Samuel Morris, 1846-1852. 24 items. [Friendly conversations, a copy of Longfellow's "Psalm of Life," a clipping re Germantown and its advantages, letter from Paris, 7/24/1852, describing T.W.B.'s trip to Europe]

Archival Resource Key. Brown, Tristan.
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Letters to his cousin. Villanova, 9mo. 6, 1907, and 1mo. 27, 1908. [Contributes to addressee's project for young women]

Archival Resource Key. Bryne, Thorstein.
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Letter to Samuel Morris. Stavanger, Norway, 2mo. 22, 1898. [describes troubles of Friends in Norway and speaks of non-recognition of conscientious objection by Norwegian government]

Archival Resource Key. Buchanan, Edward & Thomas.
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Edward: Letter to Samuel Morris. Oxford Church parsonage, July 14, 1876. [Refuses request to use basement of church in Crescentville as place to hold Meetings].

Thomas: Letter to Miss Amelia Davidson. On board Saluda, Oct. 5, 1839. [Discusses missionary work in Sierra Leone].

Archival Resource Key. Buckley, Rebecca, 1783-1787.
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Letters to family. 1783-1787. 3 items.

Archival Resource Key. Buckley, Sarah, 1771-1812.
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13 items. Letters to her family, 1771-1812. [Letter to Samuel B. Morris, Cadiz, [n.p.] Dec. 5, 1812, has note from Wm. Buckley on same sheet, discussing legislation prior to War of 1812]

Archival Resource Key. Buckley, William, 1770-1813.
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21 items. Letters to his family. [Letter to Anthony Buckley, advice to son on leaving home. Letter of mentions British blockade of Philadelphia] 2mo. 9, 1799, 2mo. 20, 1813.

Archival Resource Key. Budge, Frances Anne.
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Letters to Samuel Morris, 1893-1902. 4 items. [Mainly concerned with religion]

Archival Resource Key. Burnet, John R.
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Letter to A. B. Hutton, Phil. Newark, Nov. 18, 1834. [Asks about the Philadelphia Institution for the Deaf and Dumb and explains his "stenographic" alphabet]

Archival Resource Key. Burr, Aaron.
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Business papers, 1786, 2 items, re Elliston property in NYC

Archival Resource Key. Butler, Thomas.
Box 1
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Letter to "Friend Biddle" [n.p.] 1800.

Archival Resource Key. Button, C. E.
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Letter to Samuel Morris, Germantown, Phil. Auckland, 12mo. 22, 1897.

Archival Resource Key. Buckley, Anthony M., 1787-1845.
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A. Letter to his mother, Sarah Buckley, Phil. Cadiz, [Discusses trip] Dec. 23-25, 1812. B. Letters to Samuel B. Morris, Phil. 6 items, 1811-1844. [Letters of 4mo. 2, 1812, gives account of Catholic religious observance] C. Letter to John W. Boyer, Germantown. Phil., March 25, 1845. [Business letter] D. Letter to his sister, Elizabeth Morris Buckley, New York. [n.p.] July 12, 1787.

Archival Resource Key. Buckley, P. W., 1810-1811.
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2 items. Letters to S. B. Morris, Phil. New York, [Business notes]. Dec. 6, 1810 and June 4, 1811.

Archival Resource Key. Cadbury, Richard, 1882.
Box 1
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Letter to Samuel Morris from Philadelphia, May 21, 1882. (promotes idea of more contact among different meetings to promote closer friendship)

Archival Resource Key. Cadbury, S., 1890.
Box 1
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Letter to Hannah (Morris?) from Cherry Street, January 3, 1890. (gives a second party account of Samuel Morris's visit to Brighton, England)

Archival Resource Key. Caison, Fannie, 1880-1903.
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Letters to Samuel Morris from Eagle Mills, Iredell County and other communities of North Carolina, (Explain difficulties of school teacher in maintaining various schools in North Carolina) 14 items; and a letter to Hannah Morris from Moorestown, New Jersey, (extending sympathy to her on the death of her mother). January 30, 1880- January 30, 1891 December 25, 1903.

Archival Resource Key. Cambe, B.B. Benjamin, 1889-1903.
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A. Letter to Edwin R. Ransome from Coucouriane, Montmeyran, Drome, France May 20, 1889 (personal business) B. Letters to Samuel Morris from same as above. 2 items. August 30, 1898 - April 13, 1903. (first mentions Spanish - American War, Friends' situation in France, and personal business, second thanks Morris for a letter sent to the biannual meeting of Southern France)

Archival Resource Key. Camp, Eugene M., 1894.
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Letter to Samuel Morris from New York, April 19, 1894 (enquires about certain church policies)

Archival Resource Key. Carter, John E, 1876-1878.
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2 items. Letters to Samuel Morris from Philadelphia, October 31, 1876 - May 25, 1878. (first settles account of joint expenses on a trip, second criticizes a book Creative Week by a Professor Boardman)

Archival Resource Key. Chauncey, Charles, 1777-1849.
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Testimonial to

Archival Resource Key. Cheyney, Eliza A., 1876.
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2 items. Letters to Samuel Morris from Tunesassa, New York, February 1, 1876 - March 9, 1876. (reflections on his work with Indigenous Americans)

Archival Resource Key. Clark, Sarah B., 1889.
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Letter to Samuel Morris from Street, Somerset, February 8, 1889. (is enthusiastic concerning Morris's and Cope's second visit to England)

Archival Resource Key. Clemen[t], Ruth, 1824.
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Letter to Samuel B. Morris from Salem, June 29, 1824. (personal)

Archival Resource Key. Collins, Sarah A.
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Letter to (Samuel Morris?) from Glenfield, February 4, 1876. (expresses religious sentiment)

Archival Resource Key. Conrad, Thomas, 1860.
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Letters to Samuel Morris from Westgrove Boarding School, January 11, 1860- December 12, 1860. 5 items. (discusses school to which Morris's ward Mary T. Evans was sent and her deportment there)

Archival Resource Key. Cooper, Joseph B., 1815.
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Letter to Samuel Morris (his cousin) from Newton, New Jersey and Philadelphia, with no years June 29, 1815 and March 7, 29, and April 18. 4 items. (discusses family and business affairs)

Archival Resource Key. Cooper, William, 1893-1902.
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A. Letters to Samuel Morris and Jonathan Rhoads from Ashfield Near Sydney, and Wahroonga. May 29, 1893 November 22, 1902. 2 items. (Friends' business in Australia, including account of Alfred Allen's dismissal as Registrar)

B. Letters to Samuel Morris from Wahroonga, Sydney, S.S. Sierra, and Richmond, Indiana, (discusses his trip to England and the U.S., and "progressive Friends") January 12, 1901, March 29, 1902, April 15, 1902. 3 items.

Archival Resource Key. Cope, Alfred, 1859-1868.
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A. Letters to Samuel Morris in Germantown, from Fairfield, February 22, 1859 and August 10, 1859. 2 items. (personal)

B. Legal papers with addition. November 25, 1863, August 13, 1864. 3 items. (establishes a trust fund for Germantown Prep Meeting School, and explains change of par value of stock in said trust)

C. Extracts of meeting of Frankford Preparatory Meeting of Ministers and Elders, October 26, 1868. (acknowledges transfer of stock to School Committee)

Archival Resource Key. Cope, Francis R., 1879-1903.
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A. Letters to Samuel Morris from Awbury, January 10, 1879 - December 24, 1903. 5 items. (first has a rough draft of a letter to an unidentified person on its back, Friends business, including appointment of personnel to "the asylum," consoles Morris on the death of his wife)

B. Telegram to Lydia Spencer Morris in Philadelphia, August 8, 1890. (news of Thomas's return on September 6, 1890)

Archival Resource Key. Cope, Francis R., Jr., 1904.
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Letter to Samuel Morris from Adelboden, Switzerland, January 16, 1904. (comforts Morris at death of Lydia Spencer Morris (his wife))

Archival Resource Key. Cox, Levi, 1888.
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Letter to Samuel Morris, April 23, 1888. (discusses Bible reading and singing of hymns in Meeting)

Archival Resource Key. Creeth, Helena, 1893-1895.
Box 2
Archival Resource Key. Cummings, G.P, 1849-1852.
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Letters to Samuel B. Morris from London, the Bay of Naples, Patrass (Greece), Panama, San Francisco, February 27, 1849 - October 23, 1852. 7 items. (Describes in detail his world tour, including comments on the troubled situation in Europe, and San Francisco during the gold rush)

Archival Resource Key. Cummins, John, 1819.
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Letter to Samuel B. Morris from Trenton Brewery, December 29, 1819. (thanks Morris for financial aid and explains future plans)

Archival Resource Key. Davenport, T., 1800.
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Letter to Mr. Morris, July 1, 1800. (instructions for conduct of some legal business)

Archival Resource Key. DeForest, J.H., 1892-1894.
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A. Letter to Messrs. Morris and Rhoads from Sendai, Japan, September 27, 1892. (thanks them for a visit) B. Letter to (Samuel) Morris, Kyoto, Japan, February 21, 1894. (family news, mentions increasing difficulty of being a missionary to Japan)

Archival Resource Key. Dilks, H.H., 1840s (?).
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Letter to Catharine Harman and B.S. Morris (extends sympathy)

Archival Resource Key. Dillingham, W.H., 1838-1852.
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Letters to Samuel B. Morris from West Chester, September 13, 1838 - June 13, 1852. 2 items. (first discusses possibility for legislation for people with mental illnesses, second contains a poem of bereavement)

Archival Resource Key. Dillwyn, Ann, 1810.
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Letter to Joseph Sansom from Higham Lodge, Second Street, January, 1810. (personal business)

Archival Resource Key. Dorr, Louise S., 1880.
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Letters to Samuel Morris from Raleigh, North Carolina, February 28, 1880 - June 5, 1880. 2 items. (discusses Morris's visit to her class and efforts of a Reverend H.E. Brown, Secretary of the Young Men's Christian Association, to help the "colored people"; the recognition and funding of her school by the A.M.E. and reflections on a "woman professor.")

Archival Resource Key. Doyle, Grace M., 1897-1907.
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A. Letters to Samuel Morris, from Carlisle, England, February 3, 1897 - October 3, 1903 7 items. (discusses family and Friends' matters and health, with brief notes on the Boer and Spanish American Wars, and the passive resistance to the educational tax bill)

B. Letter to Hannah Morris from Ballyear, Waterford, Ireland, May 15, 1907. (sends thanks for a copy of a book (based on the life of Samuel Morris)

Archival Resource Key. Drake, Emily E., 1880.
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Letter to Samuel Morris from Giles Mills, Sampson County, North Carolina, March 25, 1880. (describes life in her mission schools)

Archival Resource Key. Duke, William D., 1892.
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Letter to Samuel Morris from Richmond College, Richmond, Virginia, May 7, 1892. (thanks Morris for a copy of a book pertaining to war, and is happy to note the necessity for war is almost eliminated)

Archival Resource Key. Dunn, Philip P., 1869-1882.
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Letters to Samuel Morris from Trenton and Brussels, September 17, 1869 - July 28, 1882. 3 items. (personal business; last speaks of problem of Friends' conscription into the army, German armament, and his European tour)

Archival Resource Key. Edwards, Emma H., 1849-1870.
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Letters to Samuel Morris from Germantown and Bridgeport, Connecticut, January 1, 1849 - June 27, 1876. 5 items. (personal)

Archival Resource Key. Ellicott, C.S., 1923.
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Letter to "My Dear Lily" from San Juan, Porto Rico, February 14, 1923. (comments on his trip to Puerto Rico)

Archival Resource Key. Ellis, E.
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Letter to Samuel Morris from Philadelphia, December 17, 1923 (no year). (to Morris while at Haverford College, discusses study, advice for success, and says "those university chaps don't do 1/10th of the work you do.")

Archival Resource Key. Elkinton, Joseph, 1889-1905.
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Letters to Samuel Morris from Philadelphia, February 14, 1889 - February 4, 1905. 3 items. (personal and Friends' business and reflections on the universality of Friends)

Archival Resource Key. Elkinton, Mary P., 1890.
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Letters to Samuel Morris from 325 Pine Street, January 10, 1890. 2 items. (includes forwarding letter (1/12) from Morris's daughter and mentions Elkinton's plans to go to Japan as a missionary)

Archival Resource Key. Elkinton, S.W., 1904-1905.
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A. Letter to Joseph (?) from Tonneins?, December 22, 1904. (speaks of founding the Peace Society of Tonneims?)

B. Letters to Samuel Morris, January 24, 1905. 2 items. (discusses peace movement and contains extracts from a letter of a Professor Koenig on this subject)

Archival Resource Key. Emlen, James, 1865-1866.
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Letters to Samuel Morris, from West Chester, August 1, 1865 - May 9, 1866. 5 items. (Friends business and religious matters)

Archival Resource Key. Emlen, Samuel, 1867-1896.
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Letters to Samuel Morris from Philadelphia and Lansdowne, November 15, 1867 - October 16, 1896. 8 items. (Friends' business)

Archival Resource Key. Evans, Annie, 1856-1857.
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A. Letter to Samuel Morris from Hillside, November?, 1856. (asks to remain with her brother if they are moved)

B. Extract from poem "What is Home Without a Mother"

C. "Rules and Regulations" for Willie and Annie Evans," composed by Annie January?, 1857.

Archival Resource Key. Esterbrook, Richard, 1863-1894.
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A. Pictures of R. Esterbrook and his wife [Mary Rachel Date?], and a memorial to him in verse, 3 items

B. Letters to Samuel Morris from Camden and St. Louis, (letter of discusses briefly Stanton's proposal to Quakers for avoiding military service, conditions in St. Louis and the road West and criticizes socialism and lower tariffs (clippings included), mostly family and Friends' business) (on the backs of some letters are rough drafts of letters by Samuel Morris) October 23, 1863 - February 23, 1894 December 7, 1863 (April 12, 1868), (February 25, 1894) 31 items

C. Letter to Lydia Morris from Plainfield, July 4, 1890. (personal)

Archival Resource Key. Evans, Charles, 1868.
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Letter to Samuel Morris from Philadelphia, July 11, 1868. (personal)

Archival Resource Key. Evans, David, 1856-1871.
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A. Letters to Samuel Morris, from Willistown, some have copies of replies September 24, 1856 - February 15, 1871, 17 items. (discusses interitance of an estate)

B. Affidavit appointing Samuel Morris guardian of the minor children of Josiah Evans, October 31, 1856

C. Letter to Friend Ellison from Evans, on reverse side to Evans from Samuel Morris from Olney, June 30, 1857. (concerns legal matters)

D. Letter to David Evans from Samuel Morris, (copy)August 23, 1859. (discusses guardianship of two children)

Archival Resource Key. Evans, Elizabeth Barton.
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Letters to Samuel Morris in Germantown, from Philadelphia, February 14, 1832 - March 18, 1853. 8 items. (personal business)

Archival Resource Key. Evans, Elizabeth Reeve.
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A. Letters to Beulah S. Morris from Home, Delaware Water Gap, and Westtown, February 20, 1848 - June 5, 1861. 28 items. (discusses business, that of November 23, 1859 outlines duties of members of the "Shelter")

B. Letter to Hannah Morris from Delaware Water Gap, July 30, (no year) (personal)

Archival Resource Key. Evans, Mary T., 1850-1860.
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A. Letters to Samuel Morris from Westtown, Sea Shore, Sea Side, and West Grove, (personal letters to her guardian concerning school life at Westtown and West Grove, includes original(?) poem, and copy of a reply, That of December 22, 1860 contains a reflection on the secession of South Carolina) December 9, 1856 - December 22, 1860 July 7, 1857, July 3, 1860. 25 items

B. Report cards of Mary T. Evans, November 24, 1856 - December 26, 1856 and November 29, 1858 - December 24,

Archival Resource Key. Evans, Mary Tatum, 1893-1903.
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A. Letters to Samuel Morris from Philadelphia and Wilmington, Delaware, May 17, 1893 - December 26, 1903 3 items. (personal letters, first describing the death of her husband, the last expressing sympathy at the death of Lydia Morris)

B. Wedding announcement of Mary Tatum and William Penn Evans, September 28, 1882.

Archival Resource Key. Evans, Sallie M., 1865-1873.
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A. Letters to Samuel Morris from Westtown, Philadelphia, and Highview, June 27, 1865 - December 11, 1871 10 items (personal)

B. Letters to Hannah (Morris) from Home, Westtown, Grassdale Farm, Maulton, Philadelphia, Highview, and West Chester Intersection, November 10, 1867 - March 23, 1873 11 items (personal)

C. Report cards of Sallie M. Evans, from M. Hodgson's School For Girls, March 19, 1858 - April 14, 1860. 9 items.

Archival Resource Key. Evans, Sarah, 1878.
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Letter to Hannah (Morris) from The Great Geysers, Sonoma County, California, June 12 - 13, 1878 (discusses travel)

Archival Resource Key. Evans, Thomas, 1832-1866.
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A. Letters to Samuel B. Morris from Philadelphia, Spingfield, and Mannington, New Jersey, (talks about a "plague" that has infected the inhabitants of Philadelphia next letter mentions Hicksite split, discusses financial situation of Westtown School the last contains Morris's calculations of expenditures during the year) August 17, 1832 - December 1, 1864 (August 17, 1832) (March 30, 1853), 17 items

B. Letter to Thomas Wistar from Philadelphia, December 4, 1866 (family business)

Archival Resource Key. Evans, William (1787 - 1867?), 1837.
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Letter to Samuel B. Morris from Philadelphia, December 29, 1837. (personal)

Archival Resource Key. Evans, William (1835 - 1919?), 1864-1903.
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A. Letter to Richard and Mary Esterbrook from Philadelphia, January 13, 1864. (asks for their daughter's hand in marriage)

B. Letter to Samuel Morris from Philadelphia, April 6, 1903. (speaks of Tsar's extension of religious freedom, and wonders about effect of letter the Meeting for suffering had sent him on the subject, and proposes congratulatory letter)

Archival Resource Key. Evans, William Penn, 1871.
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A. Report cards for "Willie" Evans from M. Hodgson's School for Girls,March 19, 1858 - April 14, 1860

B. Letters to Samuel Morris from "W.C. Int.," Philadelphia, Interlaken, Switzerland, Malvern, Pennsylvania, Colorado Springs, Colorado, and Pasadena, California, (personal business, describes his European tour brief glimpses of life in the West and in Philadelphia during the winter) September 10, 1871 - December 30, 1892 (August 24, 1884), 11 items

C. Letter to Hannah P. Morris from Pasadena, California, September 24, 1889. (personal)

Archival Resource Key. Farlow, David, Sr., 1888.
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Letters to Samuel Morris Level Plans, N.C. July 14, 1888 and August 3, 1888. 2 items. (request for money from Charleston fund for new monthly meeting, and affirming that singing and reading are not approved of)

Archival Resource Key. Fisher, A., 1889.
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Letter to Samuel Morris, W. Dymond City, N. March 3, 1889. (warning of departure from "the path" in the Society in Great Britain and Ireland, regarding Morris' planned trip)

Archival Resource Key. Fisher, Thomas W., 1889.
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Letter to Samuel Morris Dublin, Nov. 2 1889. (expresses pleasure at his anticipated arrival at their yearly meeting)

Archival Resource Key. Forsythe, Dairs H., 1884-1907.
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A. Letter to Samuel Morris and Thomas P Cope Westgrove, Penn, July 23, 1884. (concerning conversation about select school)

B. Letter to Hannah Morris Westgrove, Penn. October 14, 1907. (asking for contribution to a planned children's book)

Archival Resource Key. Fothergill, Samuel, 1754.
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Letter to S. Morris (?) -haven, Oct. 14, 1754

Archival Resource Key. Foulke, Elizabeth, 1810.
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Letter to Beulah Sansom, Nantucket. Burlington, August 3, 1810. (speaks of family and friends a medicinal for swelling)

Archival Resource Key. Foushee, Sallie, 1880.
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Letters to Samuel Morris Goldsboro, N.C. July 1 and August 3, 1880. (describing her conversion and life as a blind Quaker, and asking for counsel; expresses concern over growth of her meeting, asking financial help so she can come to Phila. yearly meeting.)

Archival Resource Key. Fox, Fortescue, 1889-1890.
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Letter to Samuel Morris, Scarborough, Dec. 15, 1889. (discusses his own religious philosophy clearly in response to Morris' ideas)

Archival Resource Key. Fox, J.J,, 1889-1890.
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A. Postcard to Mary Hodgson, Germantown from Hartford, England, Sept. 9, 1890. (speaks of Samuel Morris' recent visit to England)

B. Letter to Samuel Morris Hartford, Eng. Oct. 15, 1889. (hearing that Morris was in Scotland, Fox wrote to suggest he visit his son in Strathfeffer)

Archival Resource Key. Frank, Elizabeth, 1826-1827.
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Letters to Joseph Sansom, Phila. from York Sept. 20, 1826 and March 10. 1827. 2 items. (letter accompanies copy of "Memoirs of the Life and Writings of Lindley Murray", mentions Sansom's gift of a profile for the book.)

Archival Resource Key. Frankford & Germantown Turnpike Road Co. (No.1), 1853-1857.
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No. 1. 1853-1857. Samuel Morris, president, Nathan Hilles, treasurer (includes stock subscriptions, financial statements, work bids) 41 items

Archival Resource Key. Frankford & Germantown Turnpike Road Co. (No.2), 1858-1862.
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no. 2. includes bids and final contract for laying of stone bed, financial statements, bids and architect's ideas for bridge, May 1859; 1858-62; 1860) 23 items

Archival Resource Key. Fry, Joseph Storrs, 1892.
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Letter to (?) Bristol, Feb. 19, 1892. (speaks of Morris' proposed trip to Australia and islands in the Pacific)

Archival Resource Key. Fuks, Miroslav, 1915-1916.
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A. Letter to (?) Phila. Nov. 30, 1915 B. Letters to Hannah Morris Phila., Jan. 14, to Dec. 18, 1916. 5 items. (speaks of a letter asking for help from his brother in Russia, news of friends, and his stay at YMCA)

Archival Resource Key. Garrett, P.C., 1876-1879.
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Letters to Samuel Morris London, Aug. 10, 1879. (speaks of division in the Society and his hopes for reunification; worried that Phila. Yearly Meeting will lose its influence because of its self-isolation; warns that London probably will not consider resuming correspondence if Phila.. Yearly Meeting resumes correspondence with Ohio yearly meeting). August 11, 1876. (offers aid to the committee on Abington)

Archival Resource Key. Gawen James, 1855.
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Letters to Samuel Morris Germantown, Feb. 16 and 242 items. (asks help in persuading his neighbor, John S. Haines, to stop harassing him; apologising for bothering him while he was ill)

Archival Resource Key. Gibbons, Emma, 1890.
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Letter to (Samuel Morris?), Birmingham, Nov. 2, 1890. (of family and friends, refers to his trip to England)

Archival Resource Key. Germantown Erradelphian Society.
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January 1842. Letter to Samuel Morris thanking him for his interest and concern

Archival Resource Key. Gray, D., 1912.
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Letter to H.P.M. (Hannah P. Morris?) from A & M College, West Raleigh, North Carolina, Nov. 16, 1912. Thanking her for help and general news

Archival Resource Key. Green, Jammey, 1784.
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Letter to? (father of S.M.H.) from Jammey Green, an enslaved Black man, sold away from his wife. Leguan Island, Sept 10, 17. sending news and regards to his previous enslavers (a couple) and asking to be remembered to his wife

Archival Resource Key. Gulbransen, Emilie, 1873.
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Note describing the appearance of Emilie Gulbransen and her daughter Ingeborg from Stavanger, Norway, at Quakertown, Bucks County

Archival Resource Key. Haines, Catharine, 1775-1798.
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Letter to Luke W. Morris, (n.p.) August 5, 1797

Archival Resource Key. Haines, Mary Morton, 1892-1894.
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A. Letter to Samuel Morris (cousin) from Cheltenham, Pennsylvania July 29, 1892. (Wishing him well on his upcoming trip to Japan)

B. Letters to Samuel Morris Mita-Shiba Tokio, Japan,Jan 20, 1893 to April 23, 1894 (Relates news of friends and mission in Japan)

Archival Resource Key. Haines, Phebe, 1877.
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Letter to Samuel Morris (n.p.) Jan 6, 1877

Archival Resource Key. Haines, Robert B. (No.1), 1841-1846.
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Letters to Samuel B. Morris, Germantown and Bristol Twnshp, from Haverford School, Flushing, L.I.; Cincinnati, Russel Co., Virginia, Knoxville, TN, Huntsville, Alabama, Memphis, TN., and Hopkinsville, Kentucky. 2/5/1841 to 12/10/1836. (tells of his extensive travels and the various activities engaged in)

Archival Resource Key. Haines, Robert B. (No.2), 1847-1865.
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Letters to Samuel Morris [n.p.]. Columbus, New Jersey, West Haverford, and various points along the Northern Mississippi. Includes three undated notes and one dated only Oct. 29. March 31, 1847 to October 12, 1865. [Tells of his life on a farm in New Jersey, discusses reopening of Haverford, describes visit to Joseph Bonaparte's home in Bordentown, discusses at length his journeys into the upper Mississippi with a geological survey including maps, discusses further travels in upstate New York and the Midwest, comments on the plight of the Indigenous Americans being pushed ever further westward, notes reputation of William Penn among them. Undated letters refer to studies and occupations of his school days.]

Archival Resource Key. Halftown, Harrrison.
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Letter to Samuel Morris, [np]. Cold Spring, Oct. 30, 1864. [discusses material and spiritual problems of Indigenous Americans on reservations]

Archival Resource Key. Ham, M., 1845.
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Letter to Samuel Morris, Haverford School, West Haverford. Philadelphia, July 2, 1845.

Archival Resource Key. Harlock, Hannah, 1894-1896.
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Letters to Samuel Morris [np]. Newington Dunedin, 5mo. 16, 1894 to 11mo.25,1896. 3 items. [Recalls visit of Morris and Rhoads, speaks of Friends and religion.]

Archival Resource Key. Harlock, Sampson S., 1894-1898.
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2 items. Newington, Dunedin [New Zealand], 5/16/1894 to 11/25/96. Discusses politics, especially womens' suffrage and temperance as well as religious and friendly matters.

Archival Resource Key. Harris, Peter, 1839-1843.
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A. Letters to Samuel B. Morris, Germantown. Monrovia, Liberia, Oct. 5, 1839 and Aug. 11, 1843. 2 items. [Discusses journey from Philadelphia to Monrovia and life, events and customs in Liberia, where he teaches school]

B. Letter to Samuel Morris, Germantown. Cape Palmas, Africa. [discusses life in Liberia and his trip to Cape Palmas.]

C. Memorandum of contents of trunk [destination unknown].

Archival Resource Key. Henry, J. C., 1859.
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Copy of letter to Abn[er] Martin, President of the Germantown Savings Fund, [np]. Germantown, Feb. 3, 1859. 3 items. [Eulogizes Samuel B. Morris, suggests memorial resolutions to Board of Managers. Folder also includes actual resolutions sent to Elliston P. Morris [SBM's son] and his family.]

Archival Resource Key. Heston, David, 1876-1877.
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4 items. Letters to Samuel Morris, [np]. Norfolk, Va., Darlington, S.C., and Atlanta, Ga., Dec. 6, 1876, Jan. 4, 1871, and 1mo.24, 1877. [Details his missionary trip South. Comments on political and racial situation, enclose tract by him and Joseph Walton.]

Archival Resource Key. Hodgkin, Jon. B., 1894.
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Letters to Samuel Morris, [np]. Darlington, Includes news of Friends, including religious dissension "akin to Hicksite controversy. Mentions late visit of Morris and Rhoads

Archival Resource Key. Hodgkin, Mary Anna, 1889.
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Letter to Samuel Morris, [np]. Edinburgh, Cleveland Lodge, Great Ceyton, R.S.O. Yorks., in which he invites Morris and Thomas P. Cope to attend Darlington QM and stay with them. Back contains rough draft of Morris' reply inability to come in time.

Archival Resource Key. Holbein, Edwin, 1836.
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Letter to Beulah Sansom and Samuel B. Morris, Philadelphia. Sheffield. Discusses return voyage to England from Philadelphia. Touched on "colonisation question" [Liberian settlement] and American views of slavery in general. Refers to influenza epidemic in England

Archival Resource Key. Hollingsworth, Samuel, 1810-1811.
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Letters to Samuel B. Morris, Philadelphia. Capes of Delaware, Saint Kitts, and Point a Petre, which describes the condition of enslaved people on Saint Kitts Island and the loneliness of travelling.

Archival Resource Key. Hopkins, Francis, 1892-1893.
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A. Letter to "Mr. Davidson, Secretary, School of Arts, Rockhampton, Queensland. [np] (Introduces J.E. Rhoads and S. Morris. Reverse contains rough draft of letter from Samuel Morris of 1-4-93.)

B. Letter to Jonathan E. Rhoads and Samuel Morris, [np]. Rockhampton, Queensland, Australia,

Archival Resource Key. Howard, Sarah P., 1812-1842.
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A. Letter to Anthony M. Buckley, Cadix. Phila. B. Letter to Samuel B. Morris, New York City. Philadelphia, C. Poem

Archival Resource Key. Howell, H., 1818.
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Letters to Hannah Perot, [np]. Philadelphia,

Archival Resource Key. Hubbard, Ellonara, 1912.
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Letter to a friend, [np]. Eltham

Archival Resource Key. Hughs, Joseph, 1811.
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Copy of a letter to Beulah Sansom, [np]. [np], notes concerning establishment of the Norfolk and Norwich Bible Society, notes feeling of religious harmony and fervor, tells of meeting at Norwich.

Archival Resource Key. Hull, G. Elton, 1892.
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Letter to "my dear Bros." [Rhoads and Morris?] [np]. Tokio. Comments on trip to Japan and "Australasia".

Archival Resource Key. Humphreys, Joshua T., Jr.
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Letters to Samuel B. Morris, Phila, Lisbon and Haverford, comments on political events in Europe, describes city of Lisbon and religious rites there seen

Archival Resource Key. Hutton, Addison, 1886.
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Letters to Samuel Morris, Olney. Philadelphia. Discusses terms of apprenticing Morris' son, George [Spencer] Morris to Hutton, an architect. Reverse of first contains Morris' rough draft discussing financial terms.

Archival Resource Key. Irwin, Margaret, 1902.
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Letters to Samuel Morris, [np]. Manchester, [England], Mentions forthcoming trip to United States and asks advice on accommodations in Philadelphia

Archival Resource Key. Jackson, Ann Fletcher, 1893-1903.
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A. Letters to Samuel Morris, [np]. Auckland, New Zealand,Discuss a wide variety of topics, ranging from the trip of Morris and Rhoads to the area and her own missionary work to her personal affairs and those of Friends in Auckland and all of New Zealand

B. Memorial cards for Ann F. Jackson, and her husband Thomas Jackson

Archival Resource Key. Jackson, Bertha, 1903-1904.
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Jackson, Bertha. Letters to Samuel Morris, [np]. Auckland. Tells of her mothers passing, acknowledges Morris' note of sympathy, expresses fears about dwindling membership at Auckland Mtg

Archival Resource Key. Jones, Abbitt, 1876.
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Jones, Abbett. Leter to Samuel Morris, [np]. Onondaga Castle, Onondaga County, New York. Jones [Indigenous American, Onondaga(?)] asks for carpenter tools for his son

Archival Resource Key. Jones, Charles, 1838-1843.
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A. Letters to Samuel Morris, Germantown, West Haverford, [np]. Germantown, comments on Morris' studies at Haverford.

B. Letters to Beulah Morris, Westtowne. Germantown

Archival Resource Key. Jones, LeRoy, 1916.
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Letter to Hannah P. Morris, [np]. Westtown. Deals with religious differences among Friends and affairs of Westtown

Archival Resource Key. Jones, Mary Ann.
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A. Letter to Samuel Buckley Morris, [np]. [np],

B. Letters to [Samuel Morris?], [np]. [np]

Archival Resource Key. Jones, Rufus M., 1904.
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Letter to [Samuel Morris], [np]. Haverford.

Archival Resource Key. Jones, Ruth Anna, 1843-1859.
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A. Letter to Beulah S[ansom] Morris, West Town. Germantown, . B. Letters to Samuel Morris, [np]. Spring Valley and Germantown, concerns education of his wards Sally and Willy Evans.

C. Letter to [sister] Mary Ann Jones, [np]. Germantown, Reports Morris' giving up the guardianship of Sally and Willie Evans, regrets her possible fault in it.

Archival Resource Key. Judson, William Francis, 1856.
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Letter to Samuel Morris, [np]. No. 7, York Row. Discusses legal matter with regards to Mary T. Evans.

Archival Resource Key. Justice, George M., 1805.
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Letter to S[amuel] B. Morris, Haddonfield. Philadelphia

Archival Resource Key. Kimber, Emmor, 1818.
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Letter to Beulah Sansom Philadelphia. French Creek.Talks of necessity for and difficulty of building a Meeting House.

Archival Resource Key. King, Elias E., 1849.
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Letters to Samuel Morris, Germantown. Germantown, Baltimore. Discusses mutual acquaintances at Haverford.

Archival Resource Key. King, Francis, 1881-1885.
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Letters to Samuel Morris, [np]. Baltimore. Talks of Friends' affairs, attempts of Ashton Mo. Mtg. to secure assistance in enlarging their Mtg. House, includes letter from King on behalf of Ashton Mtg. applying for assistance from the Trustees of "Charleston Fund.

Archival Resource Key. Lewis, George, 1865.
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Letter to Samuel Morris, [np]. Germantown, Agreement to purchase land from estate of Josiah Evans for which Morris was trustee.

Archival Resource Key. Linforth, William, 1856.
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Letter to unknown addressee, [np]. Haverford School,

Archival Resource Key. Littell, John S., 1853.
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Letter to Samuel B. Morris, [np]. Elton.

Archival Resource Key. Littleboy, Richard S., 1878.
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Letter to Sam[uel] Morris, [np]. Niagara Falls. Speaks of troubles in Western Yearly Meeting.

Archival Resource Key. Livick, James J., 1889.
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Letter to Samuel Morris, [np]. 1200 Arch Street, [Philadelphia]. Gives Morris "travel tips" for his upcoming trip abroad.

Archival Resource Key. Lynch, Peter, 1867-1877.
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Letters to [Samuel Morris?], [np]. Halifax, Nova Scotia, and London. Discusses religious and political topics especially in the light of the American Civil War.

Archival Resource Key. Mackie, Rachael, 1890-1902.
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Letters to Samuel Morris. Tasmania, Australia. Laments loss of her husband; mentions brother, William, ed. of Australian Friend.

Archival Resource Key. Marshall, William, 1914-1917.
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A. Letters to Hannah P. Morris. Portland, Tenn., Appeals for aid in teaching a young man about religion; proposes deep friendship and visits; sends picture of self; speaks of family's travels

B. Letter to Hannah P. Morris from J. E. Marshall, Union Virginia. Tells of father's death.

C. Biography of William Marshall.

Archival Resource Key. Mather, J. Francis, 1893-1896.
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A. Letters to Samuel B. Morris. Tasmania. Describes development of Hobart School, contribution from Edwin R. Ransome, places represented by children attending the school, and his feelings about school's progress.

B. Memo re fees for children sent to Hobart School

C. Lecture transcript of paper read to Committee to Find Work for the Unemployed, by J. Francis Mather

Archival Resource Key. Mather, Thomas B.
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Letter to Samuel Morris. "Fernside," [Tasmania]. News of Tasmanian Friends, since Samuel Morris left them; tells of loss of newborn child

Archival Resource Key. Maule, Benjamin.
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Correspondence with Samuel Morris. 3 items. Concerns B. Maule's taking custody of orphaned child, Sarah M. Evans.

Archival Resource Key. Mendenhall, H.
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Letter to Samuel Morris. New Brighton [Pa.] Gives prospectus of town of New Brighton, its situation, resources, likelihood of development, real estate values, etc.

Archival Resource Key. Middleton, Phebe.
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Letters to Hannah [Morris] Westtown Boarding School.

Archival Resource Key. Mitchell, David.
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Letters to Samuel Morris. Namborn, north Coast Line, via Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. 2 items, plus 2 snapshots, of home and mill. [Letter of reminisces about S. M.'s visit to Australia, asks for more Friends' tracts to distribute, and discusses paid ministry; letter of acknowledges books and tracts, tells of good work of Salvation Army among South Sea Islanders, etc.

Archival Resource Key. Molina, Philip.
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Letter to Samuel B. Morris, Phil. Izabal. A protégé of S.B.M.'s, writing from his own country (in Central America?) Refers to "magnificent project of joining the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans;" sends loving messages to Phila. Friends.

Archival Resource Key. Morice, Walter, 1900-1904.
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A. Letters to Samuel Morris, in Lowestoft and London. Northampton, Eng., Relates activities of family and friend.

B. Postcards to Samuel B. Morris, Olney, Phila., Pa. Bewdley, Eng.,

Archival Resource Key. Morris, Ann, 1812-1844.
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A. Letter to Beulah S[ansom] Morris (Rhoads), at Westtown, Pa. Relates news of the family. B. Letter to Mary Murray, New York. [n.p., Introducing Samuel Morris. n.d.

C. Letters to Samuel B. Morris, aboard Ship Ann Maria, and at Lancaster and West Haverford, Pa. Germantown, [Letter of includes notes from father, Luke W. Morris and sister Elizabeth B. Morris; relates news of family and death of Samuel Wistar

Archival Resource Key. Morris, Annie, 1889-1903.
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Tells of many travels and friends in Europe

Archival Resource Key. Morris, Anthony, 1715-1859.
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Letter to his wife [Elizabeth Morris, From David Lloyd's (affectionate letter of leave-taking), Advice to son, Benjamin Morris, upon B.'s embarcation for England, to study medicine (Transcribed by grandson, Thomas Morris)

Archival Resource Key. Morris, Anthony, 1817-1847.
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Letter to A. M., Sr. New York. Reports on condition of dying sister; sends messages to family.

Archival Resource Key. Morris, Anthony, 1848-1859.
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Letter to cousin. Halstead, near Pemberton, N.J.,. Sends some roots for planting.

Archival Resource Key. Morris, Beulah Sansom, 1829.
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Letter to Samuel B. Morris, Lancaster, Pa. Germantown, relates family activities.

Archival Resource Key. Morris, Catharine, 1770-1859.
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Letter to nephew, Samuel Morris, Germantown. Thanks him for a basket he wove for her.

Archival Resource Key. Morris, Elizabeth C.
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Letter to cousin. Geneva. Describes Travels in Switzerland.

Archival Resource Key. Morris, Elizabeth Morris Buckley, 1780-1793.
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A. Copy of Lord's Prayer.

B. Letters to Sarah (Sally) Buckley, mother of Elizabeth

C. Letters to husband, Luke W. Morris. Norristown. Speaks of relatives, especially daughter, Polly.

D. Letters to sister Sarah Cooper (Buckley) Howard

Archival Resource Key. Morris, Elliston P. (No.1), 1842-1844.
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A. Letters to brother, Samuel Morris, West Haverford. (Germantown).

B. Letters to sister, Beulah Sansom Morris, Westtown Boarding School. Germantown

C. Poem, "For My Sister"

Archival Resource Key. Morris, Elliston P. (No.2), 1845-1849.
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A. Undated handwritten book of songs.

B. Letters to Samuel Morris. Tell of family, friends, school life. Letter of 3/1/1848 discusses religion and war.

C. Letters to Beulah Sansom Morris

Archival Resource Key. Morris, Elliston P. (No.3), 1850-1859.
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A. Letters to Samuel B. Morris, Phil. [n.p.]

B. Letters to Beulah S. Morris, Reports on trips to various places and visits of cousins

C. Letters to Samuel Morris (brother) and sisters. Tells of trips, family news, state of Samuel's financial books.

D. Letter to Catherine [] Long Branch

Archival Resource Key. Morris, Elliston P. (No.4), 1860-1879.
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A. Letters to Samuel Morris

B. Letters to Beulah Morris

C. Letter to Hannah Morris (Niece) [n.p.] Reminisces about time spent at Westtown

Archival Resource Key. Morris, Elliston P. (No.5), 1880-1902.
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A. Letters to Samuel Morris, News of family and friends, details of Yearly Mtg., letters from Europe, and newspaper articles on various topics

B. Letter to Caroline [niece?] [n.p.] Grand Hotel Victoria,

C. Agreement of sale for Wellsboro lots to B. T. Vauhorn, (Note: Includes copy of draft of town of Wellsboro)

Archival Resource Key. Morris, Elliston P., miscellaneous (No.6), undated.
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Miscellaneous letters, receipts, and certificates.

Archival Resource Key. Morris, Elliston P. (No.7), 1831-1914.
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Archival Resource Key. Morris, George Spencer, 1874-1893.
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Letters, mainly to his father, Samuel Morris, Letters of 1874-76, child's letters; 1881-93, mainly reporting on affairs at home during his father's journeys in the ministry to Europe and Australia

Archival Resource Key. Morris, Hannah Ann (later Buckley), 1825-1861.
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Letters to members of her family (Note: half-sister of Samuel Buckley Morris) (Married, 1833, Effingham Lawrence Buckley, who died in 1837)

Archival Resource Key. Morris, Hannah P. (no.1), 1862-1869.
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Letters to husband, Samuel Buckley Morris

Archival Resource Key. Morris, Hannah P. (no.2), 1870-1888.
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Mainly from Westtown to her family include 3 report cards

Archival Resource Key. Morris, Hannah P. (no.3), 1889.
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Letters to father, while he was in Europe, on journey in ministry

Archival Resource Key. Morris, Hannah P. (no.4), 1890-1899.
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letters to her father; written while he was in Australia, etc.; letter of encloses one from wife, Lydia (Spencer) Morris.

Archival Resource Key. Morris, Hannah P., miscellaneous (no.5), 1900-1923.
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8 items, including 4 photos (2 as child; 2 as middle-aged woman)

Archival Resource Key. Morris, Hannah P., (no.6), 1792-1831.
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Archival Resource Key. Morris, Isaac W.
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Letters to Hannah Perot and Samuel Morris. Regrets that he and his family cannot attend their wedding.

Archival Resource Key. Morris, Israel, June 1783 - 1800.
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Letters to sister, Sarah (Morris) Buckley, Demerara and Essequibo. Phil., Urge her return to Phila, and tell of the safe arrival of her children and their aunt, Rebecca Buckley. Legal letter to A. D. Woodruff.

Archival Resource Key. Morris, Jacob G.
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Legal letter to A. D. Woodruff. Declines to contribute to "renovation" of Haverford School (College) 1847.

Archival Resource Key. Morris, Jane Rhoads.
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Letter of sympathy to Cousin Hannah [daughter of Samuel] on death of her mother [Hannah (Perot) Morris] Germantown

Archival Resource Key. Morris, Louisa.
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A. Letter to Samuel Morris. Leigh, Lancashire, Tells of her husband's projected journey in the ministry to Canada.

B. Letter to Lydia Morris. Stavanger [Norway]. Tells of journey in the ministry which she and husband, Walter, and Lydia Morris's husband and other Friends are making.

C. Letter to Hannah Morris. Hitchin [Eng.]. Sends larkspur seed obtained in Norway; says expecting Hannah' father and T. P. Cope for a visit

Archival Resource Key. Morris, Luke Wistar (no. 1), 1790-1806.
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Mainly legal papers re land in Gloucester, N.J

Archival Resource Key. Morris, Luke Wistar (no. 2), 1811-1825.
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Letters, to son, Samuel B. Morris, who is abroad; later letter to him, in New York

Archival Resource Key. Morris, Luke Wistar (no. 3), 1871-1873.
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Letters to family. Westtown School and Olney

Archival Resource Key. Morris, Lydia Spencer (no. 1), 1842-1845.
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largely to Beulah S. Morris, Germantown, mainly from Penllyn]. School Letters.

Archival Resource Key. Morris, Lydia Spencer (no. 2), 1846-1847.
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School Letters

Archival Resource Key. Morris, Lydia Spencer (no. 3), 1848-1849.
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To Beulah S. Morris, Germantown, from Penllyn

Archival Resource Key. Morris, Lydia Spencer (no. 4), 1850-1852.
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To Beulah S. Morris, Germantown, from Penllyn

Archival Resource Key. Morris, Lydia Spencer (no. 5), 1853-1867.
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A few to Beulah and others; mostly to husband, Samuel Morris (brother of Beulah), m.1853; later letters enclose letters from children

Archival Resource Key. Morris, Lydia Spencer (no. 6), 1868-1872.
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Mainly to husband and children

Archival Resource Key. Morris, Lydia Spencer (no. 7), 1873-1880.
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To husband and family; letter of encloses one from son, George Spencer Morris, Olney

Archival Resource Key. Morris, Lydia Spencer (no. 8), 1881-1889.
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To her husband, Saml. Morris, when he is away on journeys in the ministry

Archival Resource Key. Morris, Lydia Spencer (no. 9), 1890-1893.
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Also to Samuel Morris, while he is travelling

Archival Resource Key. Morris, Lydia Spencer (no. 10), undated.
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Includes photograph of her.

Archival Resource Key. Morris, Martha Canby, 1867-1869.
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4 letters. 1860 letter asks Beulah Morris to be her bridesmaid at marriage to Elliston Morris. Account of her income, by Trustees, Marriott C. Morris and Asa S. Wing,

Archival Resource Key. Morris, Marriott Canby, 1863-1948.
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Reports from Haverford College

Trigonometry exams, Haverford College

Letters to his uncle. Sea Girt, condoling on the death of Lydia Morris.

Archival Resource Key. Morris, Mary S.
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1 letter to cousin

Archival Resource Key. Morris, Sarah.
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Letter to brother, Samuel B. Morris, in Cadiz

Archival Resource Key. Morris, Paschall, 1849-1851.
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Letters to cousin, Samuel Morris West Chester, Pa mainly concerning Paschall's nursery business

Archival Resource Key. Morris, Samuel B., Sr., 1772-1806.
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Father of Samuel Buckley Morris and brother of Sarah Morris Buckley, who went to Demerara

Archival Resource Key. Morris, Samuel, Jr. Letters (no. 1), 1837-1845.
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Archival Resource Key. Morris, Samuel, Jr. Haverford College Writings (no. 2), 1842-1845.
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Writings while at Haverford, including some poetry

Archival Resource Key. Morris, Samuel, Jr. Letters (no. 3), 1846-1859.
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Letter of 9mo. 8, 1846, describes visit to Haverford at time when it was about to be closed

Archival Resource Key. Morris, Samuel, Jr. Letters (no. 4), 1860-1864.
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Letters to Thomas Conard and Benjamin Maule, 1860-, express interest and concern for welfare of his wards, Sally and Mary Evans

Archival Resource Key. Morris, Samuel, Jr. Letters (no. 5), 1865-1867.
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Rough drafts of letters to family and friends, and to ward, business associates, etc.; reports of visits to Friends Asylum

Archival Resource Key. Morris, Samuel, Jr. Letters (no. 6), 1867-1868.
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Archival Resource Key. Morris, Samuel, Jr. Letters (no. 7), 1869-1870.
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Archival Resource Key. Morris, Samuel, Jr. Letters (no. 8), 1871-1876.
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Archival Resource Key. Morris, Samuel, Jr. Letters (no. 9), 1877-1879.
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Archival Resource Key. Morris, Samuel, Jr. Letters (no. 10), 1880-1883.
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Archival Resource Key. Morris, Samuel, Jr. Letters (no. 11), 1884-1887.
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Archival Resource Key. Morris, Samuel, Jr. Letters (no. 12), 1888-1889.
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Archival Resource Key. Morris, Samuel, Jr. Letters (no. 13), 1890-1891.
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Archival Resource Key. Morris, Samuel, Jr. Letters (no. 14), 1892-1894.
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1892-94, includes 1893 letters from Australia and New Zealand. Folder 19, 1899-1900, includes correspondence with Booker T. Washington, Roeliff Brinkerhoff, and Marie Bernard, et al

Archival Resource Key. Morris, Samuel, Jr. Letters (no. 15), 1895.
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Archival Resource Key. Morris, Samuel, Jr. Letters (no. 16), 1896.
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Archival Resource Key. Morris, Samuel, Jr. Letters (no. 17), 1897.
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Archival Resource Key. Morris, Samuel, Jr. Letters (no. 18), 1898.
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Archival Resource Key. Morris, Samuel, Jr. Letters (no. 19), 1899-1900.
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Archival Resource Key. Morris, Samuel, Jr. Letters (no. 20), 1901-1902.
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Archival Resource Key. Morris, Samuel, Jr. Letters (no. 21), 1903.
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1892-94, includes 1893 letters from Australia and New Zealand. Folder 19, 1899-1900, includes correspondence with Booker T. Washington, Roeliff Brinkerhoff, and Marie Bernard, et al

Archival Resource Key. Morris, Samuel, Jr. Letters (no. 22), 1904.
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[Include his address to the Phila. Yearly Mtg. et al: "Considerations suggested by the present (critical) position of (the Society of Friends

Archival Resource Key. Morris, Samuel, Jr. Letters (no. 23), undated.
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Note: many incomplete

Archival Resource Key. Morris, Samuel, Jr. Bills and Receipts (no. 24), undated.
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Archival Resource Key. Morris, Samuel, Jr. Business Papers (no. 25), undated.
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Archival Resource Key. Morris, Samuel, Jr. Minutes of Ministry (no. 26), undated.
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Include journeys to Canada, Europe, and Australasia; accompanied to Canada and Europe by Thomas P. Cope, and to Australasia by Jonathan E. Rhoads

Archival Resource Key. Morris, Samuel, Jr. Miscelllaneous Certificates (no. 27).
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Archival Resource Key. Morris, Samuel, Jr. Trust Accounts (no. 28).
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Archival Resource Key. Morris, Samuel (son of George Spencer Morris).
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Letters to his mother and Aunt Hannah, includes letter, Clermont-en-Argonne, 5mo. 18, 1919, when he was doing reconstruction work after World War I

Archival Resource Key. Morris, Samuel, B., Sr. Letters (no. 1), 1809-1814.
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[1st. item: account of his life and descendants. Also here., 3 essays, 1809-10, "On Commerce," "Liberty of the Press," "Thoughts on the Purchase of Louisiana;" also, letters while on voyage to Cadiz, 1812-1813

Archival Resource Key. Morris, Samuel, B., Sr. Letters (no. 2), 1815-1833.
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Early letters deal with start of his business career as merchant and give interesting insight into how consignment business operated; tells of trip to New England, to obtain customers; speaks of needing a counting house for people to address consignments to. License as "Retailer of Merchandize" [sic] in Phil., dated Jan. 18, 1816. Letter of 3mo. 14, 1833, speaks of loneliness after death of wife, Hannah (Perot). Letter of 7mo. 16, 1833, to his children, describes ride on one of first railroad trains; letter of 7mo. 19, 1833, describes city of Washington

Archival Resource Key. Morris, Samuel, B., Sr. Letters (no. 3), 1834-1841.
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Letters of Oct., 1838, describe trip he took through northern Pennsylvania; charming style to children; letter to son Samuel, 5mo. 7, 1840, tells of getting him his first pair of long pants and the responsibilities of manhood they symbolize.

Archival Resource Key. Morris, Samuel, B., Sr. Letters (no. 4), 1842.
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[Include, 10mo., 1842, four poems to him, by son Samuel, commemorating departure for Haverford School (College), and his father's birthday; also letters to Beulah at Westtown and Samuel at Haverford; presses them to write to him

Archival Resource Key. Morris, Samuel, B., Sr. Letters (no. 5), Jan - June, 1843.
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1st. item: sketches made by Beulah as farewell present to her father, on leaving home

Archival Resource Key. Morris, Samuel, B., Sr. Letters (no. 6), July - Dec., 1843.
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Archival Resource Key. Morris, Samuel, B., Sr. Letters (no. 7), Jan - Apr, 1844.
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Letters to Samuel and Beulah.

Archival Resource Key. Morris, Samuel, B., Sr. Letters (no. 8), May - July, 1844.
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Letters to Samuel and Beulah.

Archival Resource Key. Morris, Samuel, B., Sr. Letters (no. 9), Aug - Oct, 1844.
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Letters to Samuel and Beulah.

Archival Resource Key. Morris, Samuel, B., Sr. Letters (no. 10), Nov. - Dec., 1844.
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Letters to Samuel and Beulah.

Archival Resource Key. Morris, Samuel, B., Sr. Letters (no. 11), Jan - Apr, 1845.
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Letters to all his children

Archival Resource Key. Morris, Samuel, B., Sr. Letters (no. 12), May - Dec, 1845.
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Letters to all his children

Archival Resource Key. Morris, Samuel, B., Sr. Letters (no. 13), 1846-1847.
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Letters to all his children

Archival Resource Key. Morris, Samuel, B., Sr. Letters (no. 14), 1848-1849.
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To children

Archival Resource Key. Morris, Samuel, B., Sr. Letters (no. 15), 1840s.
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All but 3, to children

Archival Resource Key. Morris, Samuel, B., Sr. Letters (no. 16), 1850-1854.
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To various people

Archival Resource Key. Morris, Samuel, B., Sr. Letters (no. 17), 1855-1858.
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Mainly to children

Archival Resource Key. Morris, Samuel, B., Sr. Letters (no. 18).
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Includes letter to Jacob Waln, stating his grievances as a partner also, rough draft of this letter

Archival Resource Key. Morris, Samuel, B., Sr. Financial papers (no. 19).
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Include rough drafts of Articles of Copartnership for W. B. Morris and Jacob S. Waln, 1818-19. Note: See preceding folder for later letter of S. B. Morris, stating difficulties between them

Archival Resource Key. Morris, Samuel, B., Sr. Trip accounts (no. 20), 1823.
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Records of expenditures while on tour with Francis Perot and party of nine, from Albany to Quebec and back to Phila

Archival Resource Key. Morris, Samuel, B., Sr. American Sunday School Union certificates (no. 21).
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Membership certificates for Samuel B., Samuel, and Elliston P

Archival Resource Key. Morris, Samuel B. Jr., 1868-1886.
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Song book and report cards from Haverford College

Archival Resource Key. Morris, Sarah P.
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Letters to Morris cousins and brother

Archival Resource Key. Morris, Sidney.
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Letters to "Aunt Hannah," from State College, Pa., and Camp Dix, N.J.

Archival Resource Key. Morris, Stephen.
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Letter to cousin, Samuel B. Morris, Germantown. Phil

Archival Resource Key. Morris, Thomas.
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Letter to Sarah (Morris) Buckley, Demerara. Phil., tells of a severe winter.

Archival Resource Key. Morris, Walter, 1878.
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A "Anecdote of a Dog,"

B. Letters to Samuel Morris from Canada, and Manchester, Eng.,

C.Certificate from Lancashire and Cheshire Q. M., for service in Canada.

Archival Resource Key. Muller, Charles.
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Letter to Samuel B. Morris, Phil. Havana,

Archival Resource Key. Neave, Joseph, 1900-1901.
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Letters to Samuel Morris, North Carolina, Baltimore, and New South Wales. Also filed here: rough draft of S. M.'s letter to Jos. Neave,

Archival Resource Key. Nicholson, William.
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Letter to Samuel Morris. Lawrence, Kansas

Archival Resource Key. Nitobe, Inazo.
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Letters to Samuel Morris. Bonn, Bale [sic] Switzerland, Genoa, Sapporo, Japan,

Archival Resource Key. Norris, William S.
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Letter to Samuel Morris, Germantown. Coalbrookedale, Shropshire. Wished him good voyage to Australia and Japan.

Archival Resource Key. Park, Ingram.
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Letter to Samuel B. Morris. Phil. Concerns the business of brick-making, details of clay, lots, kilns, cost of labor, etc

Archival Resource Key. Passmore, Benjamin.
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Letters to Samuel Morris. Westtown and Concordville, Pa.,

Archival Resource Key. Pennell, Joseph, 1860-1926.
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2 letters to Elliston P. Morris. Phil. Wants to sketch Morris gardens. Permission denied

Archival Resource Key. Perot, Elliston.
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A. Letter to daughter Hannah, at Long Branch, N.J. Germantown,

B. Account of his service as Manager of Pennsylvania Hospital and remarks of appreciation by William G. Malin, Clerk of the Board,

C. Rough draft of letter of commendation of Albanus C. Logan and Maria Logan, for their good teaching of his children.

D. Testimonial about his service as President of the Phil. and Lancaster turnpike Rd. Co., by John Bacon, Phil.,

E.One other item.

Archival Resource Key. Perot, John, 1843-1847.
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Letters to Samuel B. Morris. Letters of Nov. 27, 1843, tells of pranks at school; letter of May 9, 1847, from Norfolk, Va., describes condition of enslaved Black people in the town and hote

Archival Resource Key. Perot Family.
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A. Letter from Joseph Perot to Hannah Perot, Phil. Hamilton, Bermuda. Tells of social life and customs in Bermuda

B. Hannah Perot to "Maria". Phil. Tells of ways she has spent Hannah's money for charities

C. Samuel Perot to Hannah Perot, Boston. Phil.,

D. William B. Perot to Samuel Morris. Par la Ville, Hamilton, Bermuda.

E. William S. Perot to Samuel B. and Hannah (Perot) Morris Phil., and to Saml. Morris. Letter of 1825 mentions steamboat accident and doubts future of steamboat

Archival Resource Key. Peterson, Albertina.
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Letter to Samuel Morris. Okura, Kamakura, Japan

Archival Resource Key. Potts, Joseph.
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Letter to Deborah Morris, London. Phil. Tells of his wife's death by asthma

Archival Resource Key. Proud, Robert, 1779.
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Imitation of Horation Ode, Bk. 2, No. 6. Banks of Pensawkin Creek, West New Jersey

Archival Resource Key. Pumphrey, Stanley.
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Letters to Samuel Morris. Controversial Mid-Western Friend

Archival Resource Key. Ransome, Edwin R., 1892-1905.
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12 letters to Samuel Morris, plus 2 rough drafts of replies. Correspondence during S. M.'s journey to Australasia.

Archival Resource Key. Rhoads, Beulah S. (Morris) Letters (no. 1), 1839-1844.
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Letters from Germantown, Westtown, and Phila., mainly to her brother Samuel, about daily happenings.

Archival Resource Key. Rhoads, Beulah S. (Morris) Letters (no. 2), 1845-1849.
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Mainly to members of family

Archival Resource Key. Rhoads, Beulah S. (Morris) Letters (no. 3), 1850-1867.
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Mainly to members of family

Archival Resource Key. Rhoads, Beulah S. (Morris) Letters (no. 4), 1868-1869.
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Archival Resource Key. Rhoads, Beulah S. (Morris) Letters (no. 5), 1870-1889.
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Archival Resource Key. Rhoads, Beulah S. (Morris) Letters (no. 6), 1890-1904.
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Archival Resource Key. Rhoads, Charles, 1866-1902.
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Letters to Members of his family, mainly to Samuel Morris

Archival Resource Key. Rhoads, Deborah.
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Letter to Samuel Morris. Haddonfield, N.J. Written during S. M.'s travels in ministry in Great Britain

Archival Resource Key. Rhoads, James, 1862-1891.
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Letters to Samuel Morris.

Archival Resource Key. Rhoads, Jonathan E., 1891-1913.
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Seven letters to Samuel Morris; one to Hannah Morris, refusing to help a woman who has left her husband

Archival Resource Key. Rotch, M.
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Letters to Beulah Sansom, Phil. New Bedford

Archival Resource Key. R - Miscellaneous.
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A. Reiche, Charles Christopher. Letter to Phila. Friends. Phil., plea for financial assistance from former German Lutheran pastor, whose ideas have cost him his pastorate

B. Rickman, John Letter to Samuel Morris. Cambridge [Eng.]. Mentions approaching coronation of King George V and Queen Mary; deplores hubbub

C. Rogers, W. K., secy. to U.S. Pres. Rutherford

D. Hayes. Letter to Samuel Morris. Executive Mansion, Washington. Acknowledges a letter.

E. Russell, Abraham Letter of introduction for Samuel B. Morris of Phil., to Obed. Mitchell and Sons, Merchants, Nantucket. New Bedford,

Archival Resource Key. Sansom, Beulah Letters (no. 1), 1790-1806.
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Letters to her husband and parents. Letters show character, but badly eaten away. Account of travels, dated Phil., Account of European tour.

Archival Resource Key. Sansom, Beulah Letters (no. 2), 1807-1834.
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Letters to Family.

Archival Resource Key. Sansom, Beulah Biographical sketch (no. 3).
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Archival Resource Key. Sansom, H.
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Archival Resource Key. Sansom, James.
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Letters to his brother. [n.p.] and London. Letter of 1mo. 14, 1754, from London, asks his brother's advice about emigrating to Phil

Archival Resource Key. Sansom, John.
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Letter to his daughter from London, giving approval of her marriage to Samuel Neave. Letter to cousin, Samuel Sansom, Phil. [father of Joseph Sansom] London. Gives account of himself and family.

Archival Resource Key. Sansom, Joseph Letters (no. 1), 1791-1798.
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Letter of 7mo. 4, 1791, from Newtown on the Tioga, tells of meeting with Indigenous Americans, signing of treaty, ceremonies, etc.] Letter of 4mo. 26, 1792, from Phil., to Beulah Biddle, expression of feelings. Letters of 8th - 10th mos., especially 9mo. 28, love letters. Letters to parents from Newport, Boston, Rahway, 8-9mo., 1795, very good description and narrative. (Sewed together)

Archival Resource Key. Sansom, Joseph Letters (no. 2), 1799.
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Letters to family and friends from England and Scotland.

Archival Resource Key. Sansom, Joseph Letters (no. 3), 1800.
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Letters from England and the Continent. Letter from Bristol, 2mo. 6, 1800, tells of receipt of news of Washington's death; praises him. Also speaks of a real estate boom in Bristol "before the war", which afterwards collapsed. Letter from Geneva, 11mo. 14, 1800, gives excellent picture of travels in Switzerland, conditions, state of development, etc. Letter dated Lincoln, 1800, gives detailed discourse on agricultural methods in England. (Unsigned)

Archival Resource Key. Sansom, Joseph Letters (no. 4), 1801.
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Letters from England, France, Switzerland, and Italy

Archival Resource Key. Sansom, Joseph Letters (no. 5), 1801.
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Letters from Italy.

Archival Resource Key. Sansom, Joseph Letters (no. 6), 1801.
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Letters from Rome and London

Archival Resource Key. Sansom, Joseph Letters (no. 7), 1802.
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Italy, France, England, and the United States

Archival Resource Key. Sansom, Joseph Letters (no. 8), 1803-1826.
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Letters of 1806, from Lancaster, Pa., to Beulah, when Jos. was in the State Legislature. 1815, letters to Beulah, during trip abroad. Mentions effect of Bonaparte's return and final defeat on his own travel plans. 1824 and 1826, two other journeys, in the U.S., by himself.

Archival Resource Key. Sansom, Joseph Passports.
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Passports: Include one signed at Washington, by James Monroe (Secy. of State), and one signed at London, by John Quincy Adams (when he was Ambassador to England); also one for Beulah and Joseph, signed by Timothy Pickering.

Archival Resource Key. Sansom, Joseph Letters (no. 9), undated.
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Archival Resource Key. Sansom, Oliver.
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Letter to nephew, Samuel Sansom, Phil. London. Concerns purchase of land in Pa. by John Sansom, for which deed probably lost, and ways to recover it

Archival Resource Key. Sansom, Samuel.
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Letters to wife from London. Tells of his business trip to England; sends letter of introduction for new apprentice. Summons, Phil., to Samuel Sansom, jr., to jury duty on the Supreme Court.

Archival Resource Key. Scattergood, Thomas, 1889-1903.
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Letters to Samuel Morris

Archival Resource Key. Schneider, D. B.
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Letter to Samuel Morris. Sendai, Japan. Thanks for gift to school of Cowper's poems; encloses Japanese acknowledgment from officer of the school

Archival Resource Key. Selfe, Jacob.
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Letter to cousin, Samuel Sansom. Bristol, gives news of his family.

Archival Resource Key. Sharp, Isaac, 1884-1894.
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Letters to Samuel Morris. [N.Y.] Kobe [Japan] and Mt. Kisco, N.Y. Also picture, clipped from the Friend, 4mo. 28, 1893

Archival Resource Key. Sharpless, Edward (Letters), 1856-1863.
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Letters to Samuel Morris, mostly religious

Archival Resource Key. Sharpless, Isaac, 10 mo. 19.
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Letter to Samuel Morris. Haverford College. Answers question on how to improve Westtown; suggests examination of school by an impartial outside

Archival Resource Key. Sheppard, John E.
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2 letters to Samuel Morris

Archival Resource Key. Sheppard, Thomas.
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2 letters to Samuel Buckley Morris. Greenwich

Archival Resource Key. Shober, H Regina.
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Letter to Samuel B. Morris, Germantown. Phil., Thanks him for financial help to poor, given anonymously through her] Also letter to Beulah [Morris?] Phil., 2mo. 1, 1859. [Condolence on death of father, Samuel B. Morris

Archival Resource Key. Shober, Samuel.
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to Samuel B. Morris, Phil. New York, Nantucket, and Boston, Letters on business trip, worried about reports of fever in Phil. and that his baby is ill, but thinks he can "give it up;" will continue trip anyhow

Archival Resource Key. Shober, Samuel L.
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Letter to Samuel B. Morris, Derby, Pa. Phil., speaks of contagion in the city, his own attitude toward it, their friendship, etc.; asks S.B.N. to befriend his family if he should die

Archival Resource Key. Simmons, R. A.
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Letters to Samuel B. Morris, from San Juan, P.R.

Archival Resource Key. Simmons, William, Jr.
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Letters to Samuel [B.] Morris, Cadiz and Phil. Phil. and Puerto Rico about business matters.

Archival Resource Key. Smeaton, W. H. O.
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Letter to "Messrs. Morris and Rhodes [sic]," Criterion Hotel. Rockhampton [somewhere in Australia or New Zealand]. Cancels appointment because of wife's illness

Archival Resource Key. Smith, Daniel B.
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Letter to Samuel B. Morris, Germantown. Phil. Discusses course of study in geology and history to be pursued by Samuel Morris and Robert Haines

Archival Resource Key. Smith, Elizabeth B.
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Letter to Catharine Wilson. Germantown. Commends Samuel Morris and Thomas P. Cope to the attention of Birmingham [Eng.] Friends.

Archival Resource Key. Smith, J.
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Letter to Samuel B. Morris, Phil. Woodbury. Says his niece Ann cannot afford to return to "the school," and he cannot find anyone to help her

Archival Resource Key. Smith, Louisa, 1877-1883.
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Letters to Samuel Morris. Tunesassa, N.Y. Letter of 12mo. 4, 1881, mentions new railroad being built on reservation [Seneca Nation territory(?)].

Archival Resource Key. Smith, R. S.
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Letter to Samuel Hollingsworth (or Samuel B. Morris), Phil. Gothenburg

Archival Resource Key. Smith, Welcome.
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(Missionary to the New York State Native Americans) Letter to Friends. Onondaga Castle. Solicits help for an Indigenous American with a disability.

Archival Resource Key. Smith, William.
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Notes on Friends in France

Archival Resource Key. Soper, Elizabeth.
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Letter to Beulah Sansom, Phil. Barnegat,

Archival Resource Key. Soundy, Thomas.
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Letter to "Dear Friend." London. Relates events of voyage home to London, from America.

Archival Resource Key. Spencer Family Genealogy.
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Archival Resource Key. Spencer, Anna, 1858-1869.
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Letters to sister Lydia and niece Hannah

Archival Resource Key. Spencer, D.
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Archival Resource Key. Spencer, George.
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Letters to Lydia and Samuel Morris

Archival Resource Key. Stephens, Catharine E., 1890-1898.
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Letters

Archival Resource Key. Stillé, S.
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Letter to Joseph Sansom

Archival Resource Key. Stokes, Mary C., 1869-1878.
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Letter from Westtown Boarding School, 9mo. 9, 1869, tells of spiritual conflict

Archival Resource Key. Stokes, Sallie W, 1867-1876.
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Letters

Archival Resource Key. Stroudsburg Committee, 1875-1879.
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Minutes from the Committee to visit Friends at Stroudsburg.

Archival Resource Key. Sutermeister, Jacob Correspondence (no. 1), 1850-1851.
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Correspondence of Jacob Sutermeister and Samuel B. Morris. Also, "Memoir of Jacob Sutermeister...1850

Archival Resource Key. Sutermeister, Jacob Correspondence (no. 2), 1852-1854.
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letter from Sunbury, April 1, 1852, from Mrs. Amelia Donnel to Samuel B. Morris saying that Jacob is vain, has an ungovernable temper, and is at times violent. (Jacob is leaving her service, and S.B.M. has placed him with a man who, they hope, will be able to get him under control

Archival Resource Key. Sutermeister, Jacob Correspondence (no. 3), 1855-1856.
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Concerned with his own affairs and help S. M. B. can give him

Archival Resource Key. Swarthmore Monthly Meeting.
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Letter to Samuel Morris. Wants to confer about a request from Fuller Bentley for a Minute of sympathy.

Archival Resource Key. Takenouchi, Seisaku, and Tatsuo Monte.
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Letter to Madam [S. Janna? Janet?] Morris, Phil. New York, expressing thanks for hospitality.

Archival Resource Key. Tatum, John W., 1834-1837.
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Letter to Beulah Sansom, Phil. Oakland, tells of death of his wife. 2 letters to Samuel B. Morris, Germantown. Phil., and Oakland

Archival Resource Key. Tatum, Laurie.
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Letter to Samuel Morris. Office Kiowa Agency

Archival Resource Key. Taylor, Charles S.
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Letter to P.P. and E.C. Dunn. Burlington, N.J. Expresses reluctance to contribute to the new Westtown School building, because he does not think the School allows enough freedom of conscience. Letter to Samuel Morris. Phil., sending subscription for Westtown; still deplores some rules

Archival Resource Key. Thomas, Elwood, 1857-1860.
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Letters to Samuel Morris, New Brighton, Beaver Co., Pa. Concerns property in Beaver Co., for which Samuel Morris has become guardian; letter of 2mo. 15, 1860, has draft of reply from S.M. on back, 3mo. 6, 1860

Archival Resource Key. Thomas, Harvey, 1856-1860.
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Letters to Samuel Morris (and one to Elliston Morris)1856-1860. Concerns Evans children (Mary, Emma, and Annie) and settlement of Evans estate, of which S.M. has become guardian (see earlier Evans entries)

Archival Resource Key. Thompson, Charles.
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Letter to Samuel Morris. Morland. Encloses clipping from the Friend, and expresses his dissatisfaction with the magazine, both for publishing trivia and for its editorial policy re the Separation of 1827-1828

Archival Resource Key. Thompson, Willie.
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Letters to Samuel Morris. Mud Lick and Libberty. Asks his help in getting money from the Charleston Fund for the Rocky River Preparative Meeting. Also, asks information re man named Buxton Harris, thought to be in Philadelphia

Archival Resource Key. Thorne, J. Albert.
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Letter to Samuel Morris. York, Pa. Solicitation from non-Quaker missionary of the African Colonial Enterprise [an organization that advocated sending free Blacks to Africa].

Archival Resource Key. Townsend, N. P.
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Letter to [Samuel Morris] West Chester, Pa. Newsy account of Meeting at Media, Pa., written to S.M. while S.M. was travelling in the ministry in Great Britain

Archival Resource Key. Tucker, Maria.
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Letter to Hannah Perot, Phil. St. Thomas telling of voyage to St. Thomas and events there.

Archival Resource Key. Tuill, Sophia (Perot).
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Letters to Mrs. John Perot and Hannah Perot, Phil. Demerara, and Bermuda, To aunt and cousin. 1827 letter to Hannah Perot felicitates her on engagement to [Samuel B.] Morris

Archival Resource Key. Tylor, Charles.
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Letter to [Samuel Morris?] Brighton. Mentions death of Thomas Pym Cope

Archival Resource Key. Tyson, Jesse.
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Letter to Samuel Morris. Baltimore. Mentions slavery in Baltimore.

Archival Resource Key. Vail, Isaac.
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Letter to Samuel Morris. Barnesville, Ohio. Account of Isaac Vail's welfare.

Archival Resource Key. Venable, Mary, 1891.
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Letters to Samuel Morris. Westfield, N.C. Appeals for help from the Phil. Yearly Mtg.'s building fund (the Charleston Fund], to build a larger Meeting house in Westfield

Archival Resource Key. Wagner, E.
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Letters to Samuel B. Morris, Phil. Charleston

Archival Resource Key. Waldemeier, F.
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Letter to Hannah Morris. Beyrouth [Beirut]

Archival Resource Key. Waln, Jacob S. Correspondence (no. 1), 1823-1826.
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Leters to Samuel Buckley Morris. Mainly business letters to an old friend and partner.

Archival Resource Key. Waln, Jacob S. Correspondence (no. 2).
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Letters to Samuel Buckley Morris

Archival Resource Key. Waln, Robert, Jr.
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2 letters to Samuel B. Morris, Cadiz. Phil., first letter tells high price of flour in Phil. and says S B.M. can make good profit on it, by buying it at Cadiz. Also tells of violent storm suffered in U.S.A.; speaks of politics, with gloomy view; 2nd. letter speaks of war along the Canadian border and politics —very anti-Madison

Archival Resource Key. Waln, Samuel Morris, 1832-1833.
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Letters to Samuel B. Morris from abroad with very descriptive narratives.

Archival Resource Key. Walton, Joseph, 1883-1891.
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Letters to Samuel Morris, 3 letters, 1889, while S.M. was in Great Britain, travelling in ministry

Archival Resource Key. Walton, Thornton.
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Letter to Samuel Morris. New Brighton. Tells about the town of New Brighton, its location and state of development, reasons why it is a good place to settle

Archival Resource Key. Warner, William.
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Letter to Samuel Morris. Germantown. Written when S.M. was travelling in ministry in Australia.

Archival Resource Key. Watmough, J. H.
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Letter to Messrs. Honorius Combauld and Co. Introduces Mr. Joseph Sansom.

Archival Resource Key. Welsh, Herbert, 1898-1905.
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Letters to Samuel Morris. Socially conscious; letter of Nov. 21, 1899, discusses United States' treatment of the Philippines, possibly imperialistic tendencies, etc.; also discusses weekly publication, City and State, of which H. Welsh was managing editor; letter, June 20, 1898, concerns work of Honest Government Party, to elect Dr. C. S. Swallow governor of Pennsylvania

Archival Resource Key. Weston, E., Jr.
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Letter to Samuel B. Morris, Salt Sulphur Springs, Va

Archival Resource Key. Westtown School, 1844-1895.
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Letters to Beulah Morris from friends at school, letter to the Committee on Instruction from the teachers, 4mo. 5, 1895, about a matter of discipline.

Archival Resource Key. Wharton, Charles.
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Letters to Sam[uel B. Morris] Phil.

Archival Resource Key. Whitney, Mary Caroline, 1893-1900.
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Letters to Samuel Morris

Archival Resource Key. Whitney, Willis Norton.
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Letter to Samuel Morris and Jonathan E. Rhoads, Gifu. Tokyo

Archival Resource Key. Williams, J. M.
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Letters to Samuel B. Morris. Trenton, concerning legal matters.

Archival Resource Key. Winston, Mary.
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Letter to Beulah Sansom, Phil. Richmond. Shows matter-of-fact acceptance of death.

Archival Resource Key. Wistar, Caspar.
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Letters of introduction for Samuel Morris, to Daniel Niell Lister, London, Dr. Grassi, Bordeaux, and M. Pierre Auguste Adet

Archival Resource Key. Wistar, Elizabeth B. Morris, 1812-1816.
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Letters to her brother, Samuel Buckley Morris

Archival Resource Key. Wistar, Rebecca.
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Letter to Samuel B. Morris, Cadiz. Phil., inclues messages from two other cousins on inner pages

Archival Resource Key. Wistar, Richard, Jr.
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Letters to Samuel B. Morris. Discusses politics, progress of War of 1812, capture of British frigate Gueriere [sic], etc

Archival Resource Key. Wistar, Thomas.
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Letters to relatives and friends. Letters from 1845-1865 discuss work with Western Native Americans. See also Taylor family papers

Archival Resource Key. Wistar, Thomas, Jr., 1827-1867.
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Letter to Samuel Morris. Germantown, expresses sympathy upon death of Lydia Spencer Morris. Letter to Hannah Morris. Germantown. Congratulations on publication of biography of her father, Samuel Morris

Archival Resource Key. Wood, Richard, 1806-1815.
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Letters to Samuel B. Morris. Letter of Nov. 20, 1812, speaks of politics, conflict between U.S. and England, etc

Archival Resource Key. Wood, Samuel R.
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Letter to Samuel B. Morris, Albany, N.Y. Phil.

Archival Resource Key. Woodruff, J. D.
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Letter to Luke W. Morris and Wm. Eldridge. In Chancery, concerns legal matter.

Archival Resource Key. Woolman, Daniel.
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.Letter to Samuel Morris. Moorestown

Archival Resource Key. Wong, Susie.
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2 letters to Hannah Morris. Shanghai.

Archival Resource Key. Wright, Laura M, 1870-1878.
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Letters to Samuel Morris. Missionary-teacher in Indigenous American territory, near Newtown; discusses affairs related to Indigenous Americans.

Archival Resource Key. American Philosophical Society, 1813.
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Correspondence with the Wistar family, Mainly to and from Esther Fisher Wistar concerning the gift of Dr. Caspar Wistar's correspondence

Archival Resource Key. Braithwaite, Joseph Bevan.
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Letter to [Elliston P. Morris] [London?]. Expresses condolences on death of brother, Samuel Morris. Also filed here: 2 cards (2 halves of folder) in memoriam to J.B.B., who died 11mo. 15, 1905

Archival Resource Key. Buckley Family Letters, 1774-1817.
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A. Letters of William Buckley and Sarah Buckley, 1774-1800

B. Letters of Elizabeth Morris Buckley [later, wife of Samuel Buckley Morris]

C. Miscellaneous.

Archival Resource Key. Germantown Hospital, 1890-1908.
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Correspondence of Elliston P. Morris et al, concerning it.

Archival Resource Key. Libby, Frederick J.
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Letter to Mrs. Jane Rhoads Morris, [married to Marriott C. Morris] Phila. Washington, D.C. Concerns activities of the National Council for Prevention of War

Archival Resource Key. Mitchell, Silas Weir, M.D.
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Letter to Mrs. Fairchild, Phila. Also filed here: letter to Weir Mitchell from Lucy Walker. Pa. Hospital, Jan. 18, 1906.

Archival Resource Key. Morris, Samuel Buckley - personal.
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Personal correspondence and business papers

Archival Resource Key. Morris, Samuel Buckley - Horses and Carriages.
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Records re horses and carriages,

Archival Resource Key. Oliver, Daniel.
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Letter to Mrs. Jane Rhoads Morris [married to Marriott C. Morris], enclosing two photographs of boys at the Daniel and Emily Oliver Orphanage, Ras el-Metn, Lebanese Republic.

Archival Resource Key. "Pennsylvania Institute for the Deaf and Dumb".
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Minute Book, Committee of Superintendence

Archival Resource Key. "Provident Society for Employing the Poor".
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Papers relating to its dissolution

Archival Resource Key. Welsh, Herbert Devitt.
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Letter to Marriott C. Morris, Germantown. Phil. Discusses the "Irish question;" encloses copy of letter from John E. Carter]

Archival Resource Key. Miscellaneous.
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A. Account outstanding, from Jacob Penington against the estate of Jacob Morris, deceased,

B. List of sale of property of Jacob Morris,

C. Account outstanding from John Cummins, against Mrs. Elizabeth and Elizabeth B. Morris,

D. Bill to Mrs. E. P. Morris [Martha Canby Morris?], from McNab and Shepherd, drapers, Edinburgh.

E. Bill to Miss E. C. Morris [Elizabeth Canby Morris?], from H. Getsinger, grocer. Spring Lake, N.J.,

F. Invitation to Samuel B. Morris from John B. and Hannah R. Garrett, to tea

G. Invitation to the wedding of Mary Morris Ellicott to M. Jean-Jacques Hess, on Nov. 14, 1893, at Fribourg, Switzerland.

Archival Resource Key. Morris, Samuel Buckley.
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A. Letterbook of Samuel Morris written when he was a student at Haverford, mostly to his father, Samuel Buckley Morris. Laid in are other letters, a list of the 1768 members of the Friendship Fire Company and a memorial to Beulah Sansom.

B. Business papers concerning properties Morris owned on Fourth and Market Streets in Philadelphia.

C. Anonymous account of Dairy and farm proceeds, 1st. page gives H. Kelly's Acct. for butter, etc

D. Anonymous account of Wages paid to various workers, horses hired, meals eaten, etc.,

Archival Resource Key. Wistar, Caspar, M. D. - Notes collected on the Mammoth.
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Notes collected on the Mammoth

Archival Resource Key. Wistar, Caspar, M. D. - Correa de Serra & Museum of Natural Science.
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A. 2 French items, one dated Edinburgh,

B. Notes in handwriting of Mrs. Caspar Wistar [Elizabeth Mifflin Wistar?], re: Caspar Wistar's early career. Note re handwriting at bottom of page, initialed by Esther Fisher Wistar

C. Letter of introduction for M. Michaux, eminent botanist from Dr. Hossac, New York

D. Correspondence with men in Naples, Leghorn, Phila., etc. re preparations bought for the Museum of the University Pennsylvania. Correspondents include John Vaughan of Philadelphia

E. Letters from J. Correa De Serra, botanist, Ambassador from Portugal: 1st., introduction for him, from French scientist, De Lisle, then, six letters from De Serra

F. Letter to Esther Fisher Wistar from Alfred Stillé. Phil.

Archival Resource Key. Wistar, Caspar, M. D. - Letters.
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A. Certificate from Dr. Benjamin Rush, Prof. of Chemistry, U. of Philadelphia, that Caspar Wistar has graduated in Medicine at the U. of Pennyslvania.

B. Extract from Minutes of Meeting of Trustees of U. of Penna., showing election of Dr. Caspar Wistar as Adjunct Prof. of Anatomy, Surgery, and Midwifery

C. Dr. Caspar Wistar's letter of resignation from staff of Pennsylvania Hospital (because of duties as Professor in the University). Rough draft.

D. Correspondence between Esther Fisher (Smith) Wistar [married to Mifflin Wistar] and Dr. Asa Gray of Boston. Discusses naming by Correa de Serra of Wistaria, in honor of Dr. Caspar Wistar

Archival Resource Key. Wistar, Caspar, M. D. - Correspondence with Dr. Benjamin Rush, 1785-1793.
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A. Letters from Dr. Benjamin Rush, while Caspar Wistar was studying in Edinburgh

B. Correspondence between Drs. Rush and Wistar, Dr. Rush is furious because he thinks Dr. Wistar has criticized his methods of treating yellow fever

Archival Resource Key. Wistar, Caspar, M. D. - Yellow Fever, 1793-1798.
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A. Extract from Minutes, Monthly Mtg. of Managers, Penna. Hosp., requesting Dr. Wistar to participate in a consultation with Drs. Rush and Parke, the only staff doctors who have remained in the City (yellow fever epidemic)

B. Records on yellow fever, assembled by Dr. Caspar Wistar, tending to prove contagion

Archival Resource Key. Wistar, Caspar, Sr., 1750.
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Correspondence with S. Weir Mitchell, M.D., et al, of the Penna. College of Medicine. Mainly concerns her gifts to the College.

Archival Resource Key. Wistar, Esther Fisher (Smith).
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Miscellaneous correspondence, chronologically arranged, Final item: appraisal of household goods, after death

Archival Resource Key. Wistar, Mifflin, M. D.
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Archival Resource Key. Wistar, Richard, 1821-1827.
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Letters from [Judge] William Tilghman, guardian of Richard Wistar, to Thomas Wistar. All asking for additional funds to cover Richard's bills, complaints about his behavior, etc

Archival Resource Key. Wistar, Sarah, 1815.
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Will

Archival Resource Key. Ellicott, Thomas.
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a. to Moses Sheppard, ["traditions must be brought to the test of the laws of nature... before their verity or falsehood can be established". On the reverse, Moses Sheppard discusses the notion that the mind cannot fathom beyond the realms of time and space.]

b. to Moses Sheppard. [ponders philosophical questions and believes in feminist rights through education.]

c. to Moses Sheppard. [railroad and engineering problems; evolution discussed.]

d. to Moses Sheppard. [believes colonization of Africa by formerly enslaved African Americans is a good plan; discusses state of the union after abolition of slavery.]

e. to Moses Sheppard. [more on slavery question.]

f. to Moses Sheppard. [discusses meaning of Fugitive Slave Act.]

g. to Moses Sheppard. [believes the progression after slavery should not be self-government, "but stringent political government — a monarch and autocracy perhaps" — until ready for a Republican government. This for the island of Jamaica.]

Archival Resource Key. Sheppard, Moses.
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a. to Thomas Ellicott. [re a bond of conveyance.]

b. to Thomas Ellicott. [concerns transfer of land.]

c. to Thomas Ellicott [note concerning stock in the underground railroad]

Archival Resource Key. Tyson, Isaac.
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To Thomas Ellicott on theological question; remarks on self defence and defensive war.

Archival Resource Key. Miscellaneous letters.
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Archival Resource Key. Burlington, NJ Junior Debating Society Minutes.
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Minute Book, [pp. l-12, Minutes; pp. 14-36, diary, unrelated to the Minutes, pp. 37-38, reversed, anonymous poem, followed by five entries, records of Gunpowder [Md.] Monthly Meeting, New Garden Monthly Meeting, and Baltimore Monthly Meeting,

Archival Resource Key. Rachel Mason Journal.
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Journal, [At back of book, philosophical extracts; also, laid in: loose pages, giving diary, copies of letters, etc.,

Archival Resource Key. Elizabeth Buckley Morris poetry books.
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Laid in: 1 genealogical item [n.d.], 2 letters, one to Samuel Morris, Phil., from Lamberton, Sept. 20, 1793, and one to Kitty [Catherine] W. Morris, Phil., from Evesham, Oct. 28, 1793, speaking of yellow fever epidemic]

Archival Resource Key. Hannah Perot Morris poetry book.
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A. Poetry book from before her marriage when she was still a young girl

B. Poetry book after her marriage.

Archival Resource Key. Samuel B. Morris journals, 1815-1847.
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Archival Resource Key. Samuel B. Morris account book.
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Archival Resource Key. three account books.
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Acct. Book of Committee in charge of the poor of Frankford, Monthly Mtg., Alfred Cope, treasurer,

Archival Resource Key. Reading class minutes, 1818-1819.
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Group of young women, organized by the elderly B. Sansom. Names given on p. 8. Pages 9-11, separate, written 42 years later, by Susan (Maxfield) Parrish, telling what became of them

Archival Resource Key. Beulah Sansom notebook.
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Notebooks [commonplace books]

Archival Resource Key. Beulah Sansom notebook.
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Notebooks, [Verses memorized at school, etc.]

Archival Resource Key. Beulah Sansom letterbook.
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containing copies of letters written by Beulah Sansom and Joseph Sansom, describing their journey to Europe.

Archival Resource Key. Beulah Sansom commonplace books.
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Archival Resource Key. Joseph Sansom journal.
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Journal of a tour to the treaty of Newtown Point in the summer of 1791. [51] p. (photocopy, also filed here)

Archival Resource Key. Joseph Sansom letterbook.
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Series of letters describing a journey to the Haudenosaunee settled upon the Oneida Reservation in 1796, by Joseph Sansom and others.

Archival Resource Key. Joseph Whitall statement.
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Statement of Joseph Whitall, describing his interview with Elias Hicks in 1822; also, expressions and sentiments of Elias Hicks and copies of letters addressed to him by Philadelphia Friends.

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