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Jones-Cadbury Family papers

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This is a finding aid. It is a description of archival material held at the Haverford College Quaker & Special Collections. Unless otherwise noted, the materials described below are physically available in their reading room, and not digitally available through the web.

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In general, papers follow the ancestral line of Mary Hoxie Jones (1904-2003).

John Warder (1751-1828) of Philadelphia married Ann Head (1758-1829) in 1779; John and Ann's daughter, Caroline Warder (1801-1868) married Joel Cadbury Sr. (1799-1870), her first cousin and founder of the American branch of the Cadbury family, , son of Richard Tapper Cadbury (1768-1860) and Elizabeth Head Cadbury (1768-1851) of England, in 1822. Joel and Caroline Cadbury's son, Joel Cadbury Jr. (1838-1923) married Anna K. Lowry (1846-1923) in 1869.

Joel and Anna K. Cadbury's children included Benjamin Cadbury (1873-1955), Emma Cadbury Jr. (1875-1965), William Warder Cadbury (1877-1959), John Warder Cadbury (1880-1948), Henry Joel Cadbury (1883-1974), and Elizabeth B. Cadbury (1871-1952), who marries Rufus M. Jones in 1902.

Elizabeth and Rufus's daughter is Mary Hoxie Jones. For family trees and biographical information on all of the above, plus many other related American and English Cadburys, see John Crosfield's A History of the Cadbury family (BX 7721.C12 C94 1985, 2 vols.).

The collection consists primarily of correspondence, but also includes diaries, photographs, poetry, account books, clippings, printed material, drafts of talks, speeches, essays, reports, chapters, books, artifacts, articles, genealogy, scrapbooks, receipts, bills, business, land and estate papers, sketch books, autograph albums, commonplace books, song books, address books, memorandum books, other notebooks, published items with handwritten annotations, linen picture books, guest books, play, portraits, deeds, silhouettes, card files, and other papers.

The bulk of the collection is comprised of papers of the related Quaker families of Cadbury, Jones, and Warder. Other families represented include Bartram, Brown, Carter, Foulke, Kaighn, Lowry, Mennell, Pearsall, Shinn, and Shipley.

Prominent within the collection are the correspondence, diaries, photographs and other materials (24 boxes, 1882-1965) of Emma Cadbury Jr. (1875-1965) much of which documents her work, 1924-1938, at AFSC's Vienna Friends Center. Papers (25 boxes, 1916-1994) of Mary Hoxie Jones (1904-2003) include letters and drafts of published and unpublished speeches, talks, essays, articles, poetry, chapters, and books. Also included are letters, diaries, etc. of Joel Cadbury Jr. (1838-1923) and Anna K. Cadbury (1846-1923). Letters, notebooks, etc., 1851-1923, of Emma Cadbury Sr. (1843-1923); letters, scrapbooks, etc., 1888-1974, of Henry Joel Cadbury (1883-1974); letters, diaries, etc., 1883-1952, of Elizabeth B. Jones (1871-1952); letters, journals, etc., 1827-1873, of Benjamin Lowry (1810-1873); letters, etc., 1830-1884, of Eleanor H. Pearsall (1819-1885); and letters and diary transcripts, 1786-1825, of Ann Warder (1758-1829). Also papers of Benjamin Cadbury (1873-1955), Caroline Warder Cadbury (1801-1868), John Warder Cadbury (1912-1989), John Warder (1751-1828), and many others.

Papers (boxes 1-109) are arranged alphabetically by family name - Bartram, Cadbury (American branch, followed by the British branch of the family), Carter, etc. and alphabetically within family name. The exception to this arrangement are the papers of the British Cadbury families, which are organized under the relevant family tree (numbered 1 to 12) from John Crosfield's A history of the Cadbury family. To locate the papers of an individual in the collection, consult the finding aid below or for a British Cadbury, the index to Crosfield's book as a guide to the correct family tree. Artifacts and photographs follow at the end of the collection (boxes 110 -139)

The Jones-Cadbury Family papers were donated to Special Collections, Haverford College between 1980 and 1995.

An ink silhouette of Joel Cadbury taken as a child in 1808 has been removed to 988 B-R. The Joseph Moore Museum of Earlham College, 1920, has been removed to QC.

Publisher
Haverford College Quaker & Special Collections
Finding Aid Author
Diane Rofini, revised by Janela Harris
Access Restrictions

The collection is open for research use.

Use Restrictions

Standard Federal Copyright Laws Apply (U.S. Title 17).

Collection Inventory

Assorted printed items, copies, photographs, including of Woodbrooke and Witherford Way House, postcards, etching of a kneeling man and a typed list entitled: "Valuable collection of old family marriage certificates and documents" (it is not clear that any of these items are in the collection).

Scrapbook.
Box 1
Winifred Cadbury Beer (1926-): letters of, 1940-1944.
Caroline (Cadbury) Brown (1851-1914): letters of, 1876-1914.
Bartram's Garden.
Contents include:

Photographs, invitations to events related to Cadbury family.

Bartram family, misc. material.
Contents include:

Photographs, illustrations, portraits, letters, notes, poem.

"Bartram. Genealogy. A. M. K." notebook of [member of Kaighn family?].
Bartram family genealogy.
Contents include:

Clippings, photograph, notes, correspondence.

Bartram family reunions.
Contents include:

Scrapbook on John Bartram and Bartram family reunions, invitations, photograph (copy print of 1893 reunion).

Bartram family reunion (Mary Hoxie Jones's reunion packet), June 25-27, 1993.

Anna B. D. Cadbury (1883-1968): letters by, 1943-1963.
Box 2
Contents include:

Letters to her sister-in-law, Emma Cadbury Jr.

Anna K. Cadbury (1846-1923): correspondence, 1855-1910, n.d.
Contents include:

Letters to Anna K. Cadbury: 1974-1910.

Letters by Anna K. Cadbury: 1855-1969, n.d.

Misc. papers [3 items].

Anna K. Cadbury (1846-1923): letters by, 1870-1894.
Box 3
Contents include:

Letters, 1870.

Letters, 1872.

Letters, 1873-1878.

Letters, 1882-1889.

Letters, 1890-1893.

Letters, January - April 1894.

Letters, May - December 1894.

Anna K. Cadbury (1846-1923): letters by, 1895-1899.
Box 4
Contents include:

Letters, January - June 1895.

Letters, July - December 1895.

Letters, January - August 1896.

Letters, September - December 1896.

Letters, January - April 1897.

Letters, May - December 1897.

Letters, 1898-1899.

Anna K. Cadbury (1846-1923): letters by, 1900-1921.
Box 5
Contents include:

Letters, 1900-1905.

Letters, 1908 [includes letter from Anna M. (Moore) Cadbury].

Letters, 1909-1912.

Letters, 1913-1914.

Letters, 1915 [to son HJC at Earlham, husband JC Jr. at New York].

Letters, 1916-1917 [includes letters to JC Jr. in hospital].

Letters, 1918, 1921.

Anna K. Cadbury (1846-1923): diaries, memorandum books, sketch books, autograph album, account book, etc., 1886-1919.
Box 6
Contents include:

Diaries, 1886-1888, 1899, 1905, 1910, 1912-1919 [14 volumes].

Memorandum books, ca. 1864-1920 [3 volumes].

Autograph album, ca. 1861-1865.

Spelling and vocabulary notebook, 1861.

Sketch books, n. d. and ca. 1866 [3 volumes].

Account book, 1869 [setting up housekeeping after marriage].

Poetry notebook, 1862.

"History of the buying of a lot and building of a house in Moorestown, New Jersey, 1891 and 1892" [notebook].

Birthday book [The Jean Ingelow Birthday Book], with family and friends' birth and death dates.

Book register, 1912-1917, listing books read with comments on same.

Address books.

Anna Moore Cadbury (1873-1932): letters, manuscripts, articles, 1909-1929.
Contents include:

Manuscript and article topics include social issues and career options for women. Included are the following manuscripts, some of which were for talks:

The Kingdom of God

The Need for Bible Study Among Friends

The Message of Quakerism Today

Religious Education through Bible Study and the Meeting for Worship

Our Responsibilities for Westtown Ideals

The Westtown Girls, 1922

The Significance of the Home and the Meaning of Parenthood

Remarks at the memorial service for her mother, Mary Thorne Moore

Homes and Schools

Talk to Girls at Westtown, 1915

Summary of Questionnaire sent to members of Westtown Committee, 1917

Antonio Allegri da Conegio

Joseph Moore (published in Quaker Biographies, vol. II)

The following articles were published in The Friend and the latter in The Earlhamite:

Public Worship as an Aid to Spiritual Life; The Position of the Society of Friends as to Creed (parts 1 & 2); Possibilities of Future Service in Education in Philadelphia Yearly Meeting; Biographical information about Anna Moore Cadbury (1873-1932)

Benjamin Cadbury (1873-1955): letters by, miscellaneous items, 1880-1891, n.d.
Box 7
Contents include:

Letters chiefly to family.

Miscellaneous items, includes: diary (1891 while at Haverford College), valentines, 1909 wedding invitation (m. Anna Mary Moore, daughter of Joseph Moore), clipping on Joseph Moore and Earlham College, note on dates in life of father Joel Cadbury, cash book 1824-1929.

Letters, n. d. and 1880-1898 [includes letter of Anna K. Cadbury].

Letters, 1908-1915 [includes letters to his brother, Henry J. Cadbury while HJC was at Earlham].

Letters, 1924-1935 [includes letter of sister Emma Cadbury Jr.]

Letters, 1937-1950 [almost all letters are to sister Emma; includes letter of Caroline C. Warren to BC]

Letters, 1951-1954 [all letters are to his sister, Emma; some letters include Anna B. D. Cadbury]

Benjamin Bartram Cadbury (1913-): class notes and theses, 1931-1934.
Contents include:

Class notes for History 1, History of England--Haverford College, 1931-1932. Professor William E. Lunt.

Class notes and theses for Philosophy 6, History of Christian Thought--Haverford College, spring 1933. Prof. Rufus M. Jones.

Class notes and theses for Philosophy 4a, History of Philosophy--Haverford College, fall 1933. Prof. Rufus M. Jones.

Caroline Warder Cadbury (1801-1868): letters, notebooks, miscellaneous, 1833-1867.
Box 8
Related Materials

For "White Cut-outs [Silhouettes] in 1953 of Caroline Warder Cadbury Sr. and her daughter Elizabeth" see Ms. Coll. 990.

Contents include:

Letters, 1833-1867, n.d.

Correspondence, 1853, while in England. Includes letters of daughter Elizabeth Cadbury (1829-1915), Joel Cadbury Sr., Joel Cadbury Jr., William Warder Cadbury, John Warder Cadbury, "welcome home" letter from all of their children.

Notebook of copied poetry, 1820, with her silhouette in front, given to Joel Cadbury.

Pattern books, 1815 and 1818 (2 vols.) [for embroidery?].

Misc. items, includes poems, "An Enigmatical Dinner" (1821) [riddle]. [for "white cut-outs (silhouettes) in 1853 of Caroline Warder Cadbury Sr. and her daughter Elizabeth" see Ms. Coll. 990]

Catharine Cadbury (1884-1970): letters by, 1944-1963.
Box 9
Contents include:

Letters to her sister-in-law, Emma Cadbury Jr.; also letter telling of death of CC in 1970.

Christopher J. Cadbury (1921-): letters by, 1933-1944.
Eleanor Anne Cadbury (1875-1952): letters by, 1885-1949.
Contents include:

Letters to her cousin, Emma Cadbury Jr.

Letters, 1885-1889.

Letters, 1890-1899.

Letters, 1902-1949.

Elizabeth Cadbury (1829-1915): letters, books, 1845-1905.
Box 10
Related Materials

For cut-outs of men on horseback given to E.C. from M.A. Shorthouse, and white cut-outs (silhouettes) of Elizabeth Cadbury and her mother, see Ms. Coll. 990.

Contents include:

Letters, 1846-1905, n.d. (includes letter of Joel Cadbury Sr.)

Letters, 1906-1915, primarily to Elizabeth B. Jones.

"John and his kite or, the value of perseverance" child's book, belonged to EC.

Copy book of [Elizabeth Cadbury], n.d.

Notebook of knitting pattern, poetry, ca. 1836-1864.

Notebook of crochet patterns, ca. 1852-1855.

Notebook of knitting patterns, ca. 1883-1909.

Memorandum book of dolls knit by EC, ca. 1851-1908.

Poetry notebook, ca. 1845-1846.

Poetry notebook, ca. 1855 of original family poems.

"Gems by the wayside 1860" poetry notebook inscribed "to Emma" from "E."

Travel diary, 1853.

Notebook of visits, etc. as Overseer, ca. 1883-1900.

Daybook (cashbook), ca. 1887-1915.

Elizabeth "Tessa" (Rowntree) Cadbury (1909-): letters by, 1943-1989.
Contents include:

Letters, some with John "Jack" Warder Cadbury III.

Emma Cadbury Sr. (1843-1923): letters by, 1851-1923.
Box 11
Contents include:

Letters, 1851-1868.

Letters, 1869-1870, to Rebecca B. Lowry.

Letters, 1864-1866, to Hannah Sheppard and 1 letter of Hannah Sheppard to EC.

Letters, 1867-1882, to Hannah Sheppard.

Letters, 1882-1888, to Rachel E. Allinson.

Letters, 1893-1908, to Rachel E. Allinson.

Typed transcripts of selected letters of Emma Cadbury to Hannah Sheppard and Rachel E. Allinson.

Letters, 1880-1889, to niece Emma Cadbury Jr.

Letters, 1890-1923, primarily to niece Emma Cadbury Jr. [1923 letter begun by EC and finished by Sarah C. Borton]

Emma Cadbury Sr. (1843-1923): letters by, 1865-1916.
Box 12
Contents include:

Letters, some written with other family members. Also travel diary, photographs, maps, letters of English relatives and others to Emma Cadbury Sr.

Letters, 1865, written by Emma Cadbury Sr. and her father, Joel Cadbury Sr., while visiting Cadbury family in England [includes some letters of English relatives; Emma also went to the continent with English relatives George and Henry Cadbury, Caroline and Sarah Cadbury. Also diary of trip, some photographs.]

Letters, 1869-1916, to brother Joel Cadbury and wife Anna K. Cadbury.

Letters, 1866, from Virginia to family in Philadelphia [also letters of brother Joel Cadbury Jr. and sister Sarah Cadbury].

Letters, June-October, 1894, while traveling in Europe with sisters Elizabeth and Sarah. Also 2 diaries of trip and maps.

Letters during illness of John Warder Cadbury, n.d.

Letters, to Emma Cadbury from friends and relatives.

Emma Cadbury Sr. (1843-1923): books.
Box 13
Related Materials

See negatives found in Check stub books: Box 126 Folder 1.

Contents include:

"Report cards" from Friends Select School, 1860-1861.

2 small account books, 1857 and 1862.

Notebook of notes on watercolor painting, ca. 1856.

Notebook of poetry, ca. 1858-1883.

Diary, 1859-1860, of illness and death of brother William Warder Cadbury [from TB at age 27].

Account book, ca. 1871-1881, kept by sisters Emma, Sarah and Elizabeth Cadbury.

Scrapbook, ca. 1880-1902, of poetry, etc.

Journal of Emma Cadbury's 50th birthday party, 1892 [in hand of Emma Cadbury Jr.?]

Notebook of knitting patterns, ca. 1880-1905.

Memorandum book, ca. 1881-1914.

Check stub books, 1900-1906 [3 vol.]

Notebooks, 1875-1905, of the life of Emma Cadbury Jr. as compiled by Emma Cadbury Sr.

[2 volumes include letters, photographs, etc. pasted in]

Sampler, ca. 7" x 7 1/2", of alphabet and two birds, not dated.

Misc. papers (4 items).

Elizabeth Cadbury (1829-1915), Sarah Cadbury (1840-1918), Emma Cadbury Sr. (1843-1923): estate papers, 1923.
Box 14
Contents include:

Estate related papers. (Note: these three sisters were known as "the 3 Aunts Cadbury")

Notes of Mary Hoxie Jones regarding the whereabouts of "cutout" wedding procession (a family item) and other items in estate of the three Aunts - Elizabeth, Sarah and Emma Cadbury.

Papers regarding the distribution of household furniture, etc. in estate of Elizabeth, Sarah and Emma Cadbury, ca. 1923.

Papers related to the estate of Elizabeth, Sarah and Emma Cadbury, 1923.

Papers, 1923, related to estate of Emma Cadbury Sr.

Emma Cadbury Jr. (1875-1965): letters by, 1884-1898.
Box 15
Contents include:

Letters, 1884-1893.

Letters, February - April 1894, at Bryn Mawr College.

Letters, May - December 1884, at Bryn Mawr College.

Letters, January - May 1895, at Bryn Mawr College.

Letters, July, 1895, at Wernersville, Pa. and October - December 1895, at Bryn Mawr College.

Letters, 1896, at Bryn Mawr College.

Letters, 1897, at Bryn Mawr College.

Letters, 1898, at Bryn Mawr College (January - February) and Nantucket, Mass.

Emma Cadbury Jr. (1875-1965): letters by, 1900-1923.
Box 16
Contents include:

Letters, 1900-1909.

Letters, 1910-1914.

Letters, 1911-1923, to her niece, Mary Hoxie Jones.

Letters, 1915, to her brother, Henry J. Cadbury, while he was at Earlham.

Letters, 1916, while traveling in western U.S.

Letters, 1918-1921.

Letters, March - May 1923, includes letters from trip to France, England (also printed [London] Yearly Meeting Guide 1923 and Passenger List for ship).

Letters, June - July 1923, from Germany, Poland and England.

Letters, August - September, 1923, from England.

Emma Cadbury Jr. (1875-1965): letters by, 1924-1933.
Box 17
Contents include:

Letters, February - June 1924, arrival and beginning work in Vienna.

Letters, July - December 1924, chiefly from Vienna.

Letters, 1925, chiefly from Vienna, also Hungary.

Letters, 1926, chiefly from Vienna, also Greece, Bulgaria.

Letters, 1927, from Vienna, Holland, N.Y. City, Bulgaria

Letter from Emma Cadbury to her family during the time she was working for AFSC in Vienna from 1924-38.

Letters, 1928, from Vienna, Czechoslovakia, Moscow, Belgium. [includes copy of address to F.O.R. - Austrian Branch "Impressions of Soviet Russia"]

Letters, 1929, chiefly from Vienna, also Italy, Germany.

Letters, 1930, chiefly from Vienna, also Andover, Mass.

Letters, 1931, chiefly from Vienna.

Letters, 1932, chiefly from Vienna, also Jerusalem and while traveling between destinations.

Letters, 1933, chiefly from Vienna, also London, Poland.

Letters, 1934, chiefly from Vienna.

Emma Cadbury Jr. (1875-1965): letters by, 1934-1961.
Box 18
Contents include:

Letters primarily to her family.

Letters, 1935, from Vienna.

Letters, 1936, chiefly from Vienna, also England.

Letters, 1937, chiefly from Vienna, also Switzerland, Salamanea (?).

Letters, 1938, chiefly from Vienna, also Switzerland, London. [includes copies of letters from Clarence Pickett, Florence M. Barrow discussing the deteriorating situation in Vienna]

Letters, 1939-1941, from her home in Moorestown, N.J. to persons in Vienna.

Letters, 1940, to brother Benjamin Cadbury.

Letters, 1941.

Letters, 1942.

Letters, 1946, many written from Europe (with American Friends Service Committee).

Letters, 1948-1949, many from Vienna [also clippings and photographic postcard]

Letters, 1951, chiefly from Vienna, also Denmark, Italy.

Letters, 1953, from England, France, Vienna, Berlin.

Letters, 1956, 1958, 1961, from Vienna, England, France, Switzerland, N.J.

Emma Cadbury Jr. (1875-1965): letters to, 1882-1909.
Box 19
Contents include:

Letters primarily from school and college friends (correspondents "A - B"). Folders arranged alphabetically by last name of letter writer.

Letters, from "Ruth" (1890), "Sally" (1882), "Teacher M" (1885), "Cos. Fanny" (1884-1885). Also postcards, 1905-1909, from various persons.

Letters, 1897-1903, from Grace Albert.

Letters, 1887-1899, from Lydia M. Albertson.

Letters: 1901, from David G. Alsop; 1897, from Alice Atlee.

Letters: 1901-1903, from Anne Baldwin; 1896-1897, from Elizabeth [Graeme] Barbour; 1905, from Mary Beate; n. d., from Bertha [Berneut?]; 1893-1899, from Helen R. Biddle.

Letters; 1895-1903, from Sue Ann Blake; 1893, from Frances A. Brooks; 1898-1899, from Anne D. Brown.

Emma Cadbury Jr. (1875-1965): letters to, 1887-1922.
Box 20
Contents include:

Letters primarily from school and college friends (correspondents "C - L"). Folders arranged alphabetically by last name of letter writer.

Letters, 1895-1903, from Rebekah M. Chickering.

Letters: 1903, from Hannah Collins; n. d., from Mrs. William H. Collins [Julia Cope Collins?]; 1899, from Mrs. James A. Cook; 1899, from Josephine J. Cooke; 1922, from Mary S. Cooper; 1903, from Frances E. Coxe.

Letters: 1919, from Benjamin S. DeCou; 1887, from Harry Dellow; 1887-1895, from Anne Pim Dillingham; 1895, from Lydia Beede Dillingham. Letters: 1887, from Anna [Eastham?]; 1898, from Anna Cope Evans; 1916, from Anna S. W. Evans; 1894-1902, from Grace Evans.

Letters: 1893, from Ella Gardner; 1897, from Mary Rhoads Garrett; 1898, from [Bessie K. Gaul?]; 1889, from Claudia Elizabeth Gause; 1895-1897, from Ida E. Gifford; 1897, from Vincent Gilpin.

Letters: 1896, from Freddy H.; 1904, from Mary K. Harvey; 1897, from Elizabeth B. Higginson; 1895-1905, from Hannah K. Howell; n. d., from Abby Kirk; 1897, from Alice Kite; 1888, from Rebecca Kite; 1898, from Anna B. Lawther; 1897, from Edith Lawrence; 1903, from Grace Lawrence; 1899-1902, from Sarah B. Leeds; 1901, from Abby A. Longstreth; 1897, from Edward R. Longstreth.

Emma Cadbury Jr. (1875-1965): letters to, 1884-1923.
Box 21
Contents include:

Letters primarily from school and college friends (correspondents "C - L"). Folders arranged alphabetically by last name of letter writer.

Letters: 1898, from Annie Mickle; 1905, from Anna M. Moore; 1922, from Mary M. Newhall; 1890, from Hannah W. Ogden; 1893-1897, from Ullericke H. Oberg.

Letters: 1893, from Clara Parigot; 1890, from Emma B. Passmore; 1897-1898, from Mollie Peckham; 1919, from Elizabeth S. R.; 1921, from Alice C. Rhoads; 1895, from Mrs. Joseph R. Rhoads; 1895, from Mrs. Joseph L. Richards.

Letters: 1897 [includes photographs of Bryn Mawr College and students], from E. S.; 1923, from Rebecca W. Saur; 1894, from J. Henry Scattergood; 1905, from Maria Chase Scattergood; 1902, from Thomas Scattergood; 1902, from David Scull; 1895, from Mabel A. [Secule?]; 1884-1905, from Anna M. Shinn; 1903, from Susan G. Shipley; 1884, from Anna C. [Sisty?].

Letters: 1888-1903, from Alice Kite Smedley; 1901, from Jonathan M. Steere; 1904, from Amy E. Sturge.

Letters: 1902, from Agnes L. Tierney; 1890, from Nellie Trimble.

Letters: 1897, from Anna Erwina West; 1897, from [N. Nelson] L. West; 1887, from Anna Woolman; 1887, from Jennie J. Wetherell; 1888, from R. B. Wistar; 1897, from Stanley Rhoads Yarnall; 1895, from Helen M. Zebley.

Emma Cadbury Jr. (1875-1965): correspondence of, 1894-1934.
Box 22
Contents include:

Some cases may also be copies of her outgoing correspondence filed with related letters. Letters arranged chronologically.

Letter, not dated [but ca. WWII?]

Letters and invitations, 1894-1899.

Letters, 1899, from Sister Mary Raphael [recommendation for teaching position]

Letters, 1901.

Letters, 1902 [includes letters related to July "Wyldemere Conference" in Mass.; includes letters by Emma Cadbury Jr.]

Letters, 1903 [includes letters originally labeled "Typhoid 4-1903" letters, when Emma Cadbury Jr. was ill]

Letters, 1910-1919, related to Emma Cadbury Jr. being recorded as a minister, action of the Select Meeting - Spring 1911 and other times.

Letter, 1916.

Letters, 1920-1922.

Correspondence, 1923, with Wilbur K. Thomas related to Emma Cadbury Jr. leaving for Europe.

Letters, 1924, related to Emma Cadbury Jr. going to Europe, includes letters from AFSC.

Letters, 1927-1933.

Letter, 1934, from Riki Teller.

Emma Cadbury Jr. (1875-1965): correspondence of, 1938-1950.
Box 23
Contents include:

Letters (some in German). Some cases may also be copies of her outgoing correspondence filed with related letters. Letters arranged chronologically.

Letters, 1938-1939 related to financial difficulties with her foreign assets on her return to U.S. from Vienna.

Correspondence, 1938-1939, contains letters to ECjr from Vienna, also includes copies of ECjr's letters [original folder labeled "Vienna Friends"].

Correspondence, 1938-1944, chiefly letters from English friends and relatives [original folder labeled "California" and Ready to File"].

Correspondence, 1938-1950, [original folder marked "Special Letters - Mr. Bollman, Riki Appel, Frau von Haupt, Florence Firth, Rufus M. Jones," note: found no letters from RMJ in here]

Letters, 1939-1941, includes letters from Vienna Office to ECjr [many letters discuss proposed book by Prof. Cizek (children's art)]

Letters, 1939-1941, discuss attempts to publish a book by Prof. Cizek (children's art); also typed carbon "Conference with Miss Hurlbutt of the 9th October 1939. Children to America." (re: sending non-Aryan children from Germany to U.S.) [original folder marked "EC to Vienna 1939-41"]

Correspondence, 1939-1943, related to her difficulties in sending money to Germany for charitable purposes; also corresp. with her friends in Vienna [original folder marked "Vienna Friends"]

Letters, 1939-1944, to ECjr, chiefly from relatives.

Correspondence, 1941-1942, related to attempts to get a birth certificate for ECjr from the state of Pa.

Emma Cadbury Jr. (1875-1965): letters to, 1931-1965.
Box 24
Contents include:

Letters (some in German) and copies of her outgoing correspondence filed with related letters. Letters arranged chronologically.

Letters, 1931-1942, from Grace E. Rhoads (Mrs. Wm. E. Rhoads)

Letters, 1941-1965, from Muriel Lester.

Letters, 1941-1949, includes correspondence with Eleanor Dulles [original folder marked "Requests about Vienna"].

Correspondence, 1945-1946, mostly with Vienna friends.

Letters, 1946, related to "Osterreuchische Friedensgesellschaft" includes typed report in German.

Letters, 1947, some from Vienna, also photographs (2).

Emma Cadbury Jr. (1875-1965): letters to, 1945-1952.
Box 25
Contents include:

Letters (some in German) and some copies of her outgoing correspondence filed with related letters. Names of correspondents were added (by ECjr?) to top right corner of letters and letters were filed alphabetically (by ECjr?). This order has been retained below.

[from original folder marked "Letters 1947" and "E. Cadbury old mail"]

Many (most?) of the following letters are concerned with relief efforts in Austria.

Letters, 1946-1948, correspondents "A - B" [chiefly from Vienna friends, also photograph and child's drawing].

Letters, 1946-1952, correspondents "C - L" [chiefly from Vienna friends and AFSC].

Letters, 1947-1948, correspondents "M - R" [chiefly from Vienna friends and AFSC].

Letters, 1945-1948, correspondents "S - Z" [chiefly from Vienna friends and AFSC; also correspondence with "World Mothers League" and Yale University Press re: book by Prof. Cizek on child art]

Emma Cadbury Jr. (1875-1965): letters to, 1948-1965.
Box 26
Contents include:

Letters chiefly from family and friends in Vienna (some letters in German). Also some copies of ECjr's letters filed in. Letters are arranged chronologically.

Many of the following letters are concerned with conditions in Austria and ECjr's trip to Vienna in April 1948.

Letters, January - April 1948, from Vienna friends, also from family of ECjr wishing her well on her trip to Vienna in April, includes itinerary.

Letters, May - June 1948, from Vienna friends, also many letters from ECjr's family [death of Rufus M. Jones in June]

Letters, July - August 1948, from Vienna friends, also letters from her family [death of Rufus M. Jones in June]

Letters, September 1948, from Vienna friends and family [death of brother John W. Cadbury]

Letters, October - December 1948, chiefly from family.

Letters, 1949, from family and Vienna friends.

Letters, 1950-1959, from friends in Vienna [with names added to top of letters by ECjr?], also some from family.

Letters, 1960-1963.

Letters, 1964-1965.

Emma Cadbury Jr. (1875-1965): papers chiefly related to Vienna, 1924-1963.
Box 27
Contents include:

Papers, chiefly related to Vienna: includes reports from Vienna Centre, correspondence, clippings, notes, memorandums, newspapers, lists of names, essay on Rufus M. Jones, medals, itineraries, autograph book, etc. (some items in German).

Papers, 1924-1947, includes : reports, correspondence, clippings - includes material on deteriorating conditions in Europe and how to proceed [from folder originally marked "Reports from Vienna Centre"].

Papers, ca. 1939-1948, includes : 3 p. typed list re: Hitler Youth in Austria (in German); English and German versions of a broadcast message to Austria; memorandums, includes Austrian Labor Committee in New York recommendations and "The European Question and America" by Richard Coudenhove-Kalergi (1944); ECjr's notes on Austria; correspondence (1939-1947); printed items and clippings, also a newspaper [from folder originally marked "Austria"]

Papers, ca. 1947-1948, chiefly concerned with post-war conditions in Europe, includes material on Czechoslovakia, World Peace, memorandum "Mothers in the U. N. O. by Mathilde Hanzel-Hubner, Vienna" (1947) and "Should Austria have an army of her own?" (1949).

Vienna newspapers, Sept. 2 and 7, 1946.

Lists of names and addresses, ca. 1937-1956, of various organizations connected with Vienna and ECjr, includes : "Joint Club," "Quaker Club," "Vienna Group," "Forum," "Wider Quaker Fellowship in Vienna," "Vienna Soroptimist Club."

"Rufus M. Jones" 1951 essay by ECjr (in German).

Medals (3) given to ECjr.

Trip itineraries, 1929 and 1963.

"Unserer Miss Cadbury" 1934 autograph book ("the red book" referred to in correspondence between Mary Hoxie Jones and Leah Furtmulller, Vienna [filed in Box 34, estate papers, folder 2])

Emma Cadbury Jr. (1875-1965): diaries, 1893-1919.
Box 28
Contents include:

Diaries, 1893-1919, incomplete (25 volumes: 20 diaries and 5 appointment diaries). Also folder of loose items found with diaries.

Emma Cadbury Jr. (1875-1965): diaries, 1920-1948.
Box 29
Contents include:

Diaries, 1920-1948 (29 volumes: 18 diaries and 11 appointment diaries)

Emma Cadbury Jr. (1875-1965): diaries, 1949-1965.
Box 30
Contents include:

Diaries, 1949-1965 (23 volumes: 16 diaries and 7 appointment diaries)

Emma Cadbury Jr. (1875-1965): books.
Box 31
Contents include:

15 address books (includes American and European addresses, Christmas card lists, New York City addresses).

Index card file of names and addresses (worldwide).

Index cards with names and addresses and notations of aid sent by ECjr (Austria, Germany).

American Friends Service Committee Certificate of Identity, 1948.

Passports (2), 1956-1961.

Memorandum books (2), 1900-1901 and 1951.

Notebook (notes on 1946 Congress of Women's' International League for Peace and Freedom in Luxembourg).

1886 Birthday Book (also separate index). [on shelf with Box 31: ECjr's card file of U.S. names and addresses]

Emma Cadbury Jr. (1875-1965): school and college items.
Box 32
Contents include:

School composition notebooks (3), 1885-1888.

Report cards, 1884-1893, from Friends Select School for Girls, Friends Select School and "1527 Pine Street."

Bryn Mawr College entrance exam results, 1893.

Honorary degree from Wilmington College, Ohio, 1962. [includes: degree, clippings, correspondence, speech, program, etc.]

Emma Cadbury Jr. (1875-1965): childhood mementos, notebooks, clippings, 80th birthday party, etc.
Box 33
Contents include:

Childhood mementos of Emma Cadbury Jr., includes : "messages from Father and Mother, etc."; invitations; card with bark and shell; booklet on calling card courtesy.

Poetry notebook, 1888.

Notebook of life of Mary Hoxie Jones, kept by Emma Cadbury Jr., 1906-1908. [only a few pages used, includes drawings laid in, also paper weaving].

Clippings of articles written by Emma Cadbury Jr., 1906, 1910, 1913.

Clippings of articles about Emma Cadbury Jr., 1953-1964.

80th birthday party for Emma Cadbury Jr., held February 26, 1955. (Letters and cards sent to her, lists of guests, newspaper clippings on ECjr).

Misc. papers.

Emma Cadbury Jr. (1875-1965): estate papers, letters on death of, etc.
Box 34
Contents include:

Sympathy letters on death of Emma Cadbury Jr. (died March 6, 1965, age 90), also material re: memorial service.

Correspondence related to estate of ECjr, with notes on distribution of possessions, also obituaries from papers, ca. 1965-1966 [includes correspondence re: "the red book" in box 81]

Estate papers.

Emma Cadbury Jr. (1875-1965), John W. Cadbury (1880-1948), William W. Cadbury (1877-1959): letters by.
Box 35
Contents include:

Letters, removed from scrapbooks (2) of 1901 trip to England and Europe. Also filed here is 2 vol. scrapbook of trip.

Letters, 1901, those numbered 1 - 17 and others, removed from scrapbook, volume 1.

Includes letters written by : Emma Cadbury Jr. (1875-1965) ; John W. Cadbury (1880-1948) ; William W. Cadbury (1877-1959); also includes letters of Jane Barrow, Anna K. Cadbury, Benjamin Cadbury, Elizabeth B. Cadbury (later Jones), Henry J. Cadbury, Joel Cadbury Jr., Vincent Gilpin, Sarah B. Leeds, A. K. S. [Alice Kite Smedley].

Letters, 1901, those numbered 18 - 25 and others, removed from scrapbook, volume 2.

Includes letters written by : Emma Cadbury Jr. (1875-1965) ; John W. Cadbury (1880-1948) ; William W. Cadbury (1877-1959); also letters of A. D. Barrow, Isabel D. Barrow, Jane Barrow, J. Henry Bartlett, Hannah Cadbury, Mary E. Carter, Daniel Hack, "Sallie" [Sarah B. Leeds].

Emma Cadbury (1920-): letters by, 1937-1946.
Contents include:

Scrapbooks (volumes 1 and 2) of 1901 trip to England and Europe of Emma Cadbury Jr. (1875-1965), John W. Cadbury (1880-1948), William W. Cadbury (1877-1959) and 1st cousin, Eleanor A. Cadbury (1875-1952).

Scrapbooks contains letters (some removed as above, including numbered letters, 1 - 25, written home to family by Emma, John and William), clippings, some photographs, and other ephemera from their trip.

Physical Description

[wrapped separately on shelf]

Henry Joel Cadbury (1883-1974): letters, sympathy letters on death of, 1888-1974, 1915-1971, 1974.
Box 36
Contents include:

Letters by, 1888-1905.

Letters by, April 1907 - June 1909.

Letters by, August 1909 - June 1911 (includes photographs).

Letters by, 1913-1974 (also letter of Lydia Cadbury).

Letters to, 1915-1971.

Letters, 1974, to Mary Hoxie Jones, on the death of her uncle, Henry J. Cadbury.

Henry Joel Cadbury (1883-1974): Bible research notes, scrapbook, (1941-1944).
Box 37
Contents include:

"Notes on Luke's style and some inferences about sources" [handwritten mss., ca. 212 pp.]

Scrapbook of his "Letters from the past," #1 - #60, (1941-1944). HJC used pseudonym "Then and Now". A few with notes and corrections in HJC's hand.

Henry Joel Cadbury (1883-1974): Scrapbooks, (1944-1969).
Box 38
Contents include:

Scrapbooks : 2 volumes containing clippings of his "Letters from the past" articles.

"Letters from the past," #61 - #132, (1944-1952), some with notes and corrections in HJC's hand.

"Letters from the past," #133 - #239 (1953-1969), some with notes and corrections in HJC's hand.

Henry Joel Cadbury (1883-1974): articles, talks, notes, biographical sketch, Cadbury family genealogy, etc.
Box 39
Contents include:

Audio tapes (2) of Henry J. Cadbury. Talk in the Quaker Collection, Haverford College Library, November 28, 1973. At Race Street Meeting, December 16, 1973.

Glass negatives and new negatives of Henry J. Cadbury for Friends Journal, 1973.

"The teachers oath at Harvard in 1935," with note at top "A dramatic fiction written by HJC at the time of his [diff]iculty with the teacher's oath" [typed and carbon copy]

Drafts of articles by HJC. Includes : typed draft of 1972 talk given at Friends Meeting, St. Petersburg, Florida pages 8 and 9 of handwritten article on Quaker history, typed draft with corrections, of article on Rufus M. Jones (MHJ notes that this was probably written for an AFSC publication).

Transcription of talks given by HJC. Includes : at Philadelphia Monthly Meeting Forum series of autobiographical speeches, 1972. "Address of HJC at George School, September 29, 1974. His last public address. sent by Wendell Aldred to MHJ, March 28, 1975"

Greg Kannerstein's biographical sketch of HJC, 1974. Includes : photocopy of typed draft with letter and clippings of published version.

Photographs of Hollis library collection at Harvard.

"Then and now" - Papers related to publishing the articles as a book. Includes : letters, notes, etc.

Cadbury family genealogy. Notes, lists and letters to HJC with updated family information, ca. 1970.

Miscellaneous material. Includes : notes, card file, 1904 teaching contract, 1899 Wm. Penn Charter School commencement program, photographs, etc.

Joel Cadbury Sr. (1799-1870): correspondence, receipts and bills, etc., 1807-1870; 1822-1823.
Box 40
Contents include:

Correspondence, n. d. and 1807-1819 (includes letter of Charles Brewin).

Letters, 1820-1823.

Letters, 1832-1839.

Letters, 1844-1870.

Business letters, 1841-1868, to and related papers of Joel Cadbury Sr.

Correspondence, 1862-1870, with Charles E. Darby (of Brymbo near Wrexham) related to estate of Jane Enoch.

Misc. papers (poems, bill, photograph, copies of family Bible records etc.) of Joel Cadbury Sr. and Caroline W. Cadbury and family.

Receipts, bills, etc., 1822-1823, of Joel and Caroline W. Cadbury (setting up housekeeping after their marriage in 1822).

Account of Mary Hodgson's visit to Joel Cadbury Sr.'s home in 1851, includes : original, handwritten transcript, letter to HJC re: above and Hodgson family.

Joel Cadbury Sr. (1799-1870): books.
Box 41
Contents include:

Book of Psalms, copied by Joel Cadbury, ca. 1819.

Diary, 1820, of Joel Cadbury.

Sketch books of Joel Cadbury. [2 undated books, are these his or son, Joel Cadbury Jr.?]

Joel Cadbury Jr. (1838-1923): correspondence, 1854-1865.
Box 42
Contents include:

Some correspondence of brother John W. Cadbury filed with JCjr.'s; includes letters from English relatives.

Letters, no dates and 1854-1859, written by Joel Cadbury Jr., also letter to him.

Letters, June - July 1860, written by Joel Cadbury Jr. and brother John W. Cadbury while they were traveling in western U.S.

Letters, 1860, written to Joel Cadbury Jr. and John W. Cadbury from family when they were traveling in western U.S.

Letters, August - December 1860, written by Joel Cadbury Jr. while in England with sisters Sarah and Caroline and brother John W. Cadbury.

Misc. papers related to trip to England, 1860.

Letters, 1860-1861, written to Joel Cadbury Jr. from English relatives during and after his stay in England in 1860 [folder includes list of correspondents].

Letters, 1860-1863, written to Joel Cadbury Jr. chiefly from Richard Esterbrook and Joel Cadbury Sr.; also Caroline W. Cadbury, Sarah Cadbury, Thomas Scattergood, John B. Wood [most of these relate to pen business of Richard Esterbrook & Co. - JC Jr. was a partner].

Letters, 1861, written to Joel Cadbury Jr. and brother John W. Cadbury from English relatives after trip to England in 1860 [folder includes list of correspondents].

Letters, 1861, written by Joel Cadbury Jr.

Letters, 1862, written by Joel Cadbury Jr.

Letter, 1865, written to Joel Cadbury Jr.

Joel Cadbury Jr. (1838-1923): correspondence while in England, 1866.
Box 43
Contents include:

Letters, April - July 1866, written by Joel Cadbury Jr., while in England.

Letters, August - November 1866, written by Joel Cadbury Jr., while in England.

Letters, May - July 1866, written to Joel Cadbury Jr. from his family while he was in England.

Letters, August - November 1866, written to Joel Cadbury Jr. from his family while he was in England

Joel Cadbury Jr. (1838-1923): correspondence, papers, 1866-1869.
Box 44
Contents include:

Letters, 1866, written to Joel Cadbury Jr. from English friends while he was in England. [folder includes list of correspondents]

Letters, 1866, written to Joel Cadbury Jr. from English relatives [family of uncle Benjamin Head Cadbury - the "Pendlehurst cousins" (tree #3)] while he was in England.

Letters, 1866, written to Joel Cadbury Jr. from English relatives (trees #1, 5, 12) while he was in England.

Letters, October - December 1866, written to Joel Cadbury Jr. from English relatives after his return home. [folder includes list of correspondents]

Letters, 1866, written to Joel Cadbury Jr. from his uncle Benjamin Head Cadbury in England re: Esterbrook pen business, etc. [and Freedmens' relief?] [also letter to Joel Cadbury Sr.]

Letters, August 5 - September 13, 1867, written by Joel Cadbury Jr. while traveling in western U.S. with his brother-in-law, John E. Carter.

Letters, September 15 - October 10, 1867, written by Joel Cadbury Jr. while traveling in western U.S. with his brother-in-law, John E. Carter.

Letters, 1868-1869, written by Joel Cadbury Jr. to Anna K. Lowry [also letters to sister Emma Cadbury Sr. and letters of Emma Cadbury Sr. to Anna].

Letters, 1868-1869, written to Joel Cadbury Jr. chiefly re: his engagement to Anna K. Lowry. [folder includes list of correspondents]

Joel Cadbury Jr. (1838-1923): correspondence, papers, 1870-1889.
Box 45
Contents include:

Letters, 1870-1882, written by Joel Cadbury Jr.

Correspondence, 1877, with cousin Belle Lynde and Samuel W. Lynde re: land transaction.

Letters, 1882, written to Joel Cadbury Jr. from English relatives.

Letters, 1882-1888, written by Joel Cadbury Jr.

Letters, January 1889, written by Joel Cadbury Jr. while in England.

Letters, February - March 1889, written by Joel Cadbury Jr. while in England.

Letters, July - August 1889, written by Joel Cadbury Jr.

Letters, 1889, written to Joel Cadbury Jr. from family while he was in England.

Letters, 1889, written to Joel Cadbury Jr. from English relatives while he was in England and after his return home [folder includes list of correspondents].

Joel Cadbury Jr. (1838-1923): correspondence, papers, 1890-1905.
Box 46
Contents include:

Correspondence, 1890-1899, written by Joel Cadbury Jr.

Letters, 1899-1900, written to Joel Cadbury Jr. from Charles Darraho.

Letters, 1900-1905, written by Joel Cadbury Jr. [except 1905 trip to England - see next folder]

Letters, April - May 1905, written by Joel Cadbury Jr. and Anna K. Cadbury and son William W. Cadbury while in England.

Letters, June - July 1905, written by Joel Cadbury Jr. and Anna K. Cadbury while in England [also letters from home which were sent on with Joel and Anna's letters to William W. Cadbury who had gone to Vienna]

Papers related to 1905 trip to England.

Letters, 1905, written to Joel Cadbury Jr. re: George Grubb fund.

Joel Cadbury Jr. (1838-1923): correspondence, 1906-1923.
Box 47
Contents include:

Letters, 1906, written to Joel Cadbury Jr. re: visit of John B. Garrett [includes letters from John B. Garrett, Josiah Wistar, Joseph H. Branson, John H. Dillingham]

Letters, 1907, written to Joel Cadbury Jr. from Thomas Scattergood.

Correspondence, 1908, of Joel Cadbury Jr. re: views of George A. Barton [includes letters from George A. Barton, Asa S. Wing, John H. Dillingham, Elizabeth Cadbury, L. C. Wood; also clippings]

Letters, 1909-1923, written to Joel Cadbury Jr. [includes photograph; list of correspondents]

Letters, 1908-1921, written by Joel Cadbury Jr. (includes letter with Anna K. Cadbury).

Correspondence and other papers, related to Joel Cadbury Jr. visit to Lake Mohonk in 1915.

Letters, 1916, written to Joel Cadbury Jr. when he was in the hospital. [folder includes list of correspondents]

Joel Cadbury Jr. (1838-1923): books.
Box 48
Contents include:

Account book, n. d. [traveling expenses in England and U.S.].

Memorandum book, ca. 1883-1888 [related to plumbing business].

Drafts of essays, speeches, etc., ca. 1856-189? [5 items, printed letter for publication and handwritten manuscripts].

Travel diary, 1860-1861 [1860 - western U.S., 1861 - Nassau].

Passports, 1860, 1866, 1905 [3 items].

Documents related to draft, 1862-1863 [3 items].

Misc. printed and manuscript items, ca. 1863-1918 [ca. 26 items].

Invitations, cards, etc., ca. 1866-1914 [ca. 15 items].

"Scenes in the life of Joel Cadbury" 1885 [booklet with drawings, done by sister Emma or daughter Emma?].

Sketch book, ca. 1856-1868.

Misc. papers and mementos, etc.

Joel Cadbury Jr. (1838-1923) and Anna K. Cadbury (1846-1923): books, letters, bills and receipts, 1869-1888.
Box 49
Contents include:

Diary, 1872-1888, kept by both Anna K. Cadbury and Joel Cadbury Jr. of their family life and especially the growth and development of their children.

Linen picturebook, ca. 1871-1872 made by both Joel and Anna K. Cadbury for their children [blue covers, ca. 9 1/2" x 10 1/2"; reference to construction of book in their jointly kept diary, above].

Linen picturebook, ca. 1871-1872 made by both Joel and Ann K. Cadbury for their children [brown covers, ca. 10" x 13"; reference to construction of book in their jointly kept diary, above].

Guest book, 1898-1902.

Letters, 1919, to Joel and Anna K. Cadbury, on 50th wedding anniversary.

Bills and receipts, 1869-1870, of Joel and Anna K. Cadbury [setting up housekeeping after their marriage].

Misc. papers, ca. 1898-1908, of Joel and Anna K. Cadbury [menus of parties, pencil drawing of home, clipping, poem, etc.].

Joel Cadbury Jr. (1838-1923) and Anna K. Cadbury (1846-1923): estate papers, sympathy letters, clippings.
Box 50
Contents include:

Estate papers, 1923-1926, of Joel and Anna K. Cadbury [they died within 36 hours of each other].

Printed material, 1923, on the death of Joel Cadbury Jr.

Letter, 1923, by Helen Wood Bell, to her aunt Anna B. S. Richie, telling of funeral of Joel and Anna K. Cadbury.

Sympathy letters, 1923, from various business firms on death of Joel Cadbury Jr.

Sympathy letters, 1923, written to Emma Cadbury Jr. after the death of her parents.

Sympathy letters, 1923, written to Benjamin Cadbury after the death of his parents.

Scrapbook pages of sympathy letters, clippings, etc. on deaths of Joel and Anna K. Cadbury; also loose items removed from pages.

John Warder Cadbury (1836-1925): letters by, 1851-1921.
Box 51
Contents include:

Letter of Frederick Arthur, Jr.

John Warder Cadbury (1880-1948): letters by, 1886-1947.
Contents include:

Letters, 1886-1923, of John Warder Cadbury (1880-1948) (includes letter of wife Rachel Cadbury).

Letters, 1931-1947, of John Warder Cadbury (1880-1948).

Letters (1945) to JWC from Elizabeth H. W. Coffin ["Elsie"].

Diaries (2) 1904 and 1910.

John W. Cadbury III (1912-1989): letters by, essays on his parents, 1933-1963.
Contents include:

Photocopy of essays by John Warder Cadbury III on his parents John Warder Cadbury (1880-1948) and Rachel R. Cadbury (edited versions appear in John Crosfield's "The Cadbury Family").

Letters, 1933-1963, of John W. Cadbury III (1912-1989) (some with wife "Tessa").

Letter of Tom Kelly.

Clippings [see Boxes 52 and 53 for transcript of diary].

John W. Cadbury III (1912-1989): "Black Mariah: World War II" diary, 1941-1946.
Box 52
Contents include:

"Black Mariah: World War II. A Diary of the days spent as a representative of the American Friends Service Committee working in London with the Friends Relief Service and later, traveling for the A. F. S. C. in the United States. June 1941 - March 1946. Volumes 1 - 10 (pages 1 - 3287). John W. Cadbury III. Use restricted until the year 2000." [title page]

Package contains pages 1 - 1851 [diary paging]

Conditions Governing Use

Use of materials restricted until 2000.

John W. Cadbury III (1912-1989): "Black Mariah: World War II" diary, 1941-1946.
Box 53
Conditions Governing Use

Use of materials restricted until 2000.

Contents include:

"Black Mariah: World War II. A Diary of the days spent as a representative of the American Friends Service Committee working in London with the Friends Relief Service and later, traveling for the A. F. S. C. in the United States. June 1941 - March 1946. Volumes 1 - 10 (pages 1 - 3287). John W. Cadbury III. Use restricted until the year 2000." [title page]

Package contains pages 1852 - 3287 [diary paging]

Joseph Moore Cadbury (1910-1983): biographical items.
Box 54
Lucille Cadbury (1913-1984): letters by, 1940-1944.
Lydia C. Cadbury (1889-1978): letters by, 1916-1964.
Contents include:

Some letters include Henry J. Cadbury.

Also clippings of "A Quaker girlhood" from "Friends Journal" (Nov. - Dec. 1964).

Lydia Shinn Cadbury (1828-1904): letters by, 1886-1901.
Mary Ann Cadbury (1823-1861): letters by, quilt, notebooks, 1831-1861.
Contents include:

Letters, undated and 1831-1861, of Mary Ann Cadbury (1823-1861).

Small patchwork quilt, ca. 1829 (9 3/4" x 10 3/4") with note attached "Mary Ann Cadbury - First work she ever did + said I must send it to 'Grandmother' it was taken off her little doll's bed or else it would not be sent so dirty."

Notebook, ca. 1833, of Mary Ann Cadbury (1823-1861).

Poetry notebook, ca. 1839, of Mary Ann Cadbury (1823-1861).

Poetry notebook, ca. 1841-1860, of Mary Ann Cadbury (1823-1861)

Poetry notebook, ca. 1842, of Mary Ann Cadbury (1823-1861).

Rachel R. Cadbury (1880-1969): letters by, 1910-1968.
Box 55
Contents include:

Letters, 1910-1968. [Some include John W. Cadbury]

Letters, 1921-1925, of Rebecca W. Cadbury to Mary Hoxie Jones.

Related Materials

For Olive Cadbury (1887-1958): see Richard Cadbury (1885-1966).

Rebecca W. Cadbury (1849-1908): letters by, 1876-1895.
Contents include:

Letters, n. d. and 1876-1895 of Rebecca W. Cadbury.

Richard Cadbury (1825-1897): letters by, 1866-1876.
Contents include:

Letters, n. d. and 1952-1958 of Richard Cadbury (1885-1966) and Olive Cadbury (1887-1958); also card announcing death of Richard in 1966.

Richard Cadbury (1885-1966): letters by, 1952-1958.
Contents include:

Letters, n.d. and 1952-1958 of Richard Cadbury (1885-1966) and Olive Cadbury (1887-1958) ; also card announcing death of Richard Cadbury in 1966.

Richard Tapper Cadbury (1853-1929): correspondence, etc., 1870-1920.
Box 56
Contents include:

Letters, 1870-1918.

Correspondence, photographs, glass negative, lists and other papers, 1917-1920, related to his Christmas letters to relatives accompanied by reproductions of family photographs, silhouettes. etc.

Misc. material: includes "The King's Highway" by R. Matlack [typed draft of a talk - this was found with other RTC material]

Sarah Cadbury (1840-1918): correspondence, books, papers, 1846-1918.
Box 57
Contents include:

Correspondence and related papers, n. d. and 1846-1918 (includes letters of "Sally Paul", Hannah Sheppard, John W. Cadbury).

Photocopies of "Letters from Slabtown, Virginia, 3rd mo. 22nd to 5th mo. 11th, 1866 to her family in Germantown, Pennsylvania by Sarah Cadbury." Also: letter of Youra Qualls re: using excerpts from Sarah Cadbury's Slabtown letters, also typed transcripts.

"Life of a pet pidgeon [sic] by Sarah Cadbury, Philadelphia, 1852" inscribed "To Emma Cadbury, this little volume is inscribed, by her affectionate sister, the authoress. 2nd Month, 29th"

Autograph album, ca. 1857-1882.

Poetry notebook, ca. 1857.

Poetry notebook, ca. 1858-1871.

Songbook, ca. 1855.

Songbook, 1855-1857.

Songbook, ca. 1857-1858.

Songbook, ca. 1859-1875.

Travel diary and memorandum book, ca. 1880.

"Sea Mosses. 1888" booklet of verse and pressed seaweed.

"A reminiscent record of Joel & Caroline Warder Cadbury of Philadelphia and their nine children. 1840-1871. By Sarah Cadbury, 1912." published book with original photographs and numerous annotations added by Sarah Cadbury. Inscribed on flyleaf "Rufus M. and Elizabeth Bartram Jones, 1913."

"Appendix to A reminiscent record of Joel and Caroline Warder Cadbury of Philadelphia. 1840-1871. By Sarah Cadbury. 1913." and "Letters from Slabtown Virginia, 3rd mo. 22nd to 5th mo. 11th, 1866 to her family in Germantown, Philadelphia by Sarah Cadbury" [handwritten with clippings, photographs pasted in] Inscribed on flyleaf "For Elizabeth Bartram Jones, at whose instigation the Reminiscent record and its Appendix have been prepared by her Aunt"

Printing block of "The author in 1905" for "A Reminiscent Record ..."

Painting, ca. 1884-1885, by Sarah Cadbury. Oil on cardboard. 11 x 23.5 cm.

Thomas Lloyd Cadbury (1920-): letters by, 1931-1944.
Box 58
Contents include:

Letters, 1931-1944, of Thomas Lloyd Cadbury (1920-) "Lloyd".

Warder H. Cadbury (1925-): letters by, 1933-1945.
Contents include:

Letters, 1933-1945, of Warder H. Cadbury (1925-).

William Edward Cadbury (1881-1967): letter by.
Contents include:

Letter, 1962, of William Edward Cadbury (1881-1967).

William Warder Cadbury (1832-1859): letters by, notebook, 1854-1858.
Contents include:

Letters, 1849-1858, of William Warder Cadbury (1832-1859); also notebook containing extracts of family letters on life and death of William W. Cadbury.

Genealogies.
Box 58 A
Contents include:

Genealogical information about: American Cadbury family. Included here are charts, notes, genealogies. Most of these were either compiled or collected by Henry Cadbury. There is one rolled genealogy that is too large for the box, but is next to the box. [11/2023: see tube 1172-6 for oversized roll]

Tree #1. Richard T. Cadbury (1768-1860) and Elizabeth Head Cadbury (1768-1851) and family: letters, books, etc.
Box 59
Contents include:

Immediate family (parents, brothers and sisters) of Joel Cadbury, Sr. (1799-1870). See Tree 1 in "The Cadbury Family" by John Crosfield. In addition, outside box 59 are two rolls containing Head family genealogies. [note 11/2023: see tube 1172-2]

Richard T. Cadbury (1768-1860)

Elizabeth Head Cadbury (1768-1851)

Ann Cadbury (1803-1866)

Benjamin Head Cadbury (1798-1880)

Emma Joel (Cadbury) Gibbins (1811-1905)

James Cadbury (1802-1888)

Jesse Cadbury (1805-1818)

Maria Cadbury (1800-1887)

Sarah Cadbury (1797-1878)

Letters, photographs, account book, autograph albums, notebook, and other papers, ca. 1790- ca. 1878.

Letters, ca. 1811-1817, of Richard T. Cadbury (1768-1860).

Correspondence, 1818-1851, of Richard T. Cadbury (1768-1860). includes: letter of Thomas Pole, photographs, Account book of trip, 1820; also card with signature of Richard T. Cadbury (1768-1860).

Portraits of Richard T. Cadbury (1768-1860), Elizabeth Head Cadbury (1768-1851) and family. includes: copies of silhouettes, photograph, photocopies, etc.

Letters, 1792-1824, of Elizabeth Head Cadbury (1768-1851); also poem, 1790 [copy?]

Autograph album, 1835-1865, of Ann Cadbury (1803-1866).

Letters, 1836-1878, of Benjamin Head Cadbury (1798-1880). includes: letters to nephew Joel Cadbury Jr. re: Richard Esterbrook pen business, death notice

Autograph album, 1835-1845, of Emma Joel (Cadbury) Gibbins (1811-1905).

Notebook on the life of Emma Joel (Cadbury) Gibbins (1811-1905), by her children Thomas and Emma Gibbins.

Letters, 1862-1887, of James Cadbury (1802-1888). includes: letters to brother Joel Cadbury Sr. re: Richard Esterbrook pen business, memorial and death notice

Sturge family miscellany [James married Lucretia Sturge]

Letter, 1816, of Jesse Cadbury (1805-1818); also account of last illness and death at age 13.

Letters, 1837-1872, of Maria Cadbury (1800-1887).

Autograph album, ca. 1835-1860, of Maria Cadbury (1800-1887).

Letters, 1820-1823 of Sarah Cadbury (1797-1878).

Tree #1. Henry Cadbury (1767-1813), Joel Cadbury (1763-1811), Sarah Moon Cadbury (1736-1811): letters, silhouettes, etc. Also Clibborn, Gibbins and Hack families.
Box 60
Contents include:

Cadburys from trees #1 and #3 in John Crosfield's "A History of the Cadbury Family". Tree #1: Descendants of James Cadbury of Culmdavey.

Letters, 1800-1802, of Sarah Moon Cadbury (1736-1811) to her daughter, Sarah Moon (Cadbury) Cash (1778-1866).

Photographs and slides of quilt made by Sarah Moon Cadbury (1736-1811); also copies of silhouettes of Sarah Moon Cadbury and Joel Cadbury (1732-1805) of Exeter.

Letters, 1804-1805, of Henry Cadbury (1767-1813) and letters, 1794-1809, of Joel Cadbury (1763-1811).

Letters, etc. of members of Clibborn family.

Letters, etc. of Gibbins family. Also related Hack family items.

Tree #3. Candia Wadkin Cadbury (1803-1887), Caroline Cadbury (1842-1928), Elizabeth Head Cadbury (1832-1909), Emma Cadbury (1844-1928), Hannah Cadbury (1830-1904), Joel Cadbury (1838-1916), Maria Hotham Cadbury (1841-1928), Mary Cadbury (1839-1896), Sarah Cadbury (1836-1908): letters, etc.
Contents include:

Tree #3: Descendants of Benjamin Head Cadbury (1798-1880).

Letter, 1855, of [Candia Wadkin Cadbury (1803-1887)].

Letters, clippings, death notices and other papers of family of Benjamin Head Cadbury and Candia Wadkin Cadbury: Caroline Cadbury (1842-1928), Elizabeth Head Cadbury (1832-1909), Emma Cadbury (1844-1926), Hannah Cadbury (1830-1904), Joel Cadbury (1838-1916), Maria Hotham Cadbury (1841-1928), Mary Cadbury (1839-1896), Sarah Cadbury (1836-1908). [note: the above were known as the "Pendlehurst cousins" of family of Joel and Anna K. Cadbury]

Letter, 1901, of J. Hotham Cadbury (1878-1946); letters, 1901-1902, memorial and published essay "The making of a woman guardian" (1937), of Margaret Christabel Cadbury (1881-1950); also obituary of Margery Patching Cadbury (1886-1960).

Clippings, 1965-1969, from The Friend.

Tree #5. Barrow Cadbury (1862-1958), Elizabeth (Adlington) Cadbury (1838-1868), Emma Jane (Wilson) Cadbury (1846-1907), John Cadbury (1801-1889), John Cadbury (1834-1866), Paul S. Cadbury (1895-1984), Richard Cadbury (1835-1899), William Adlington Cadbury (1867-1957): letters, clippings, portraits, etc.
Box 61
Contents include:

Cadburys from tree #5 in John Crosfield's A History of the Cadbury Family. Tree #5: Descendants of John Cadbury (1801-1889) [box 1 of 2]

John Cadbury (1801-1889) : letters, clippings, photograph.

John Cadbury (1834-1866) : extracts from Wm. Hopkins diary showing John Cadbury's presence in Brisbane in 1866. [also Sister Maria Cadbury Fairfax (1838-1908)]

Richard Cadbury (1835-1899) m.1 Elizabeth Adlington (1838-1868), m.2 Emma Jane Wilson (1846-1907) : letters, clippings, portrait, drawing. [also son Richard Cadbury (1868-1935) and great-grandchild Richard Benjamin (b. 1950)]

Barrow Cadbury (1862-1958) and family : letters, clippings, portrait, photograph.

Paul S. Cadbury (1895-1984) and family : letters, clippings, portraits, etc.

William Adlington Cadbury (1867-1957) and family : letters, clippings.

Tree #5. "Joy" Hannah H. (Cadbury) Taylor (b. 1903) and Christopher Beech Taylor (1904-1984) and family: letters. Also David Charles Cadbury (1904-1974): clippings. Eveline A. Cadbury (b. 1903): letters. Helen Cadbury Alexander (1877-1969), Charles McCallon Alexander (1867-1920) and family. Beatrice Cadbury Boeke (1884-1976), Cornelis Boeke (1884-1966) and family.
Box 62
Contents include:

Cadburys from tree #5 in John Crosfield's A History of the Cadbury Family. Tree #5: Descendants of John Cadbury (1801-1889) [box 2 of 2].

"Joy" Hannah H. Cadbury (b. 1903) m. Christopher Beech Taylor (1904-1984) and family : letters, ca. 1931-1987 (chiefly to Mary Hoxie Jones), clippings, portraits, etc.

"Joy" Hannah H. Cadbury (b. 1903) : letters, 1988-1994, to Mary Hoxie Jones.

Taylor family (children of Joy and Christopher Taylor) : chiefly letters to Mary Hoxie Jones.

Children of Richard Cadbury (1835-1935) : Eveline A. Cadbury (b. 1903) : letters, 1969-1990 (chiefly to Mary Hoxie Jones); David Charles Cadbury (1904-1974) : clippings.

Helen Cadbury (1877-1969) m. Charles McCallon Alexander (1867-1920) and family.

Beatrice Cadbury (1884-1976) m. Cornelis Boeke (1884-1966) and family.

Tree #6. George Cadbury (1839-1922) and Mary (Tylor) Cadbury (1849-1887) family: letters, clippings, portraits, etc.
Box 63
Contents include:

Cadburys from trees #6, #7, #11 and #12 in John Crosfield's A History of the Cadbury Family. Tree #6: Descendants of George Cadbury (1839-1922) and Mary (Tylor) Cadbury (1849-1887).

Letters, clippings, portraits, misc. papers.

George Cadbury (1878-1954) m. Edith Caroline Woodall (1876-1935) and family. Includes list George and Mary's grandchildren (c. 1916).

Edward Cadbury (1873-1948) and family. Henry Tylor Cadbury (1882-1952) and family. Mary Isabel Cadbury Wilson (1884-1975) and family. Eleanor Cadbury Crosfield (1885-1959) and family.

Tree #7. George Cadbury (1839-1922) and Elizabeth Mary (Taylor) Cadbury (1858-1951) family: letters, clippings, portraits, etc.
Contents include:

Tree #7: Descendants of George Cadbury (1839-1922) and Elizabeth Mary (Taylor) Cadbury (1858-1951).

George Cadbury (1839-1922) : letters, portrait, clippings.

Letter from George Cadbury to Emma Cadbury, May 26, 1898.

Elizabeth Mary (Taylor) Cadbury (1858-1951) : letters, clippings, etc.

Laurence John Cadbury (1889-1982) and family : letters, clippings, portraits, etc.

George Norman Cadbury (1890-1980) and family. Elsie Dorothea (Cadbury) Hoyland (1892-1971) and family.

Sir Egbert Cadbury (1893-1967) and family. Also Marion Janet (Cadbury) Greeves (1894-1979) and Elizabeth Ursula (Cadbury) Lambert (b. 1906).

Tree #11. Archibald Head, Hugh Stanley Head, Jeremiah Head: letters.
Contents include:

Tree #11: Head family [British]

Letters of Jeremiah Head, Archibald Head and Hugh Stanley Head.

Tree #12. Louis Barrow, Richard Cadbury Barrow, Sarah Cadbury Barrow,: letters, clippings, etc.
Contents include:

Tree #12: Barrow family.

Sarah Cadbury Barrow (1797-1878) and family : letters, clippings, genealogy, etc. Also misc. Barrows.

Louis Barrow (1865-1948) and family : letters, clippings.

Richard Cadbury Barrow (1827-1894) and family : letters, clippings, portraits.

Cadbury family (of England) group letters

Letters, 1860-1935, sent to American Cadburys and signed by members of various English Cadbury families [representing more than one family tree].

Miscellaneous Cadbury family papers.
Box 64
Contents include:

Cadbury genealogy from envelope marked "Genealogical material - diverse" includes notes, correspondence, charts, printed items, Cadbury Coat of Arms, etc. of Richard T. Cadbury, Henry Joel Cadbury, John W. Cadbury. Cadbury place names.

Next to box 64 is additional genealogical information, rolled, and oversize sheets with genealogical information [11/2023: see tube 1172-5 for oversized rolled item]

HAJOCA Corporation (Haines, Jones and Cadbury).

Isabella Robinson (nurse of Anna K. Cadbury). includes: letters, trust fund related papers.

Miscellaneous Cadbury family papers. includes: letters, envelopes, poem, etc.

"Company C" journal of 1864 trip to Catskills of John W. Cadbury, Thomas Scattergood, Emma Cadbury [Sr.], Sarah S. Carter, Joel Cadbury Jr., Hannah F. Carter, Charles S. Carter and Sarah Cadbury with an account of the trip written by each member of the party. Also photographs, 1865, of above group. ["Ye Chronicles. 1864" on front cover]

Cadbury Brothers [chocolate company] misc. items, includes : postcard, letters, photograph, clippings.

Alice H. Carter, Caroline Warder (Cadbury) Carter (1834-1867), Caroline Carter (b. 1863), Elizabeth Carter (1866-1931), John E. Carter (1838-1922), Sarah Carter (b. 1865), Sarah S. Carter: letters and other papers, 1852-1968.
Box 65
Contents include:

Letters, 1899, of Alice H. Carter.

Letters, n. d. and 1852-1855, of Caroline Warder (Cadbury) Carter (1834-1867).

Letters, 1880-1897, of Caroline Carter (b. 1863) [dau. of John E. and Caroline Carter]

Letters, 1899-1931, of Elizabeth Carter (1866-1931) [dau. of John E. and Caroline Carter]

Letters, 1869-1918, of John E. Carter (1838-1922).

Letter, 1890, of Sarah Carter (b. 1865) [dau. of John E. and Caroline Carter]; postcard of Sarah Carter and Hannah F. Carter, 1910.

"Account of a visit to Richmond and elsewhere - 3rd. mo. 1866" by Sarah S. Carter [sister of John E. Carter] [typed transcript with intro. note of Elizabeth Rhoads; also 1968 letter of V. [Mete?? Mrs. Robt. W. Claiborne??] to HJC re: same]

"Foulke papers," "B. B. Long papers," Charles M. Foulke ledger, etc.
Box 66
Contents include:

"Foulke papers" and "B.B. Long papers." [on original wrapper] These are legal papers, ca. 1845-1851, presumably sent to Joel Cadbury Sr. - excerpt from letter (3/18/1850) of Burgess B. Long to Joel Cadbury, states "Sister Mary tells me that you have - or will become her trustee, I therefore send you the enclosed papers - sincerely hoping that there will be a speedy end to my anxieties and vexations, and thanking you for your friendly intervention ..."

"Foulke papers" (Ledger, ca. 1893-1903, of Charles M. Foulke).

Marriage settlement, Evan Griffith and Jane Jones, 1707. [copy, with notation "Jane Jones was daughter of John Cadwaleder. Note Edward Foulke one of parties to settlement"].

Foulke Genealogical Tables.
Material Specific Details

Oversize; laid next to box 66.

Jones family genealogy charts and notebooks.
Box 67
Contents include:

9 rolled-up charts with information on various branches of Jones family (note of MHJ "Original Jones charts") [11/2023 see oversized series for tubed materials]

3 p. of notes on family of Thomas and Thankful Jones

3 notebooks of Jones family genealogy labeled by MHJ "Original notebooks of Geneva Whitney Johnson"

Thomas and Thankful Jones family genealogy, written by Mary Hoxie Jones (typed).

"Historical and biographical sketch of the Jones family" (photocopy?).

Jones family deeds, China, Maine and vicinity, ca. 1799-1864.
Box 68
Related Materials

For map of South China, Maine, made by Mary Hoxie Jones following Rufus Jones's directions c. 1945, see Ms. Coll. 990. Map shows South China as it was when Rufus was young, "about 1868 and on."

Contents include:

Jones family deeds, ca. 1799-1864, China, Maine and vicinity, labeled on cover "Old deeds belonging to Rufus M. Jones."

Letters, n. d. and 1883-1949, written by Elizabeth B. (Cadbury) Jones (m. 1902 Rufus M. Jones).

Letters, n. d. and 1883-1891.

Letters, 1894.

Letters, 1895.

Letters, 1896-1899 [includes letter of Benjamin Cadbury].

Letters, 1900-1918, and wedding invitation.

Letters, 1931-1945.

Letters, 1946-1949.

Unused postcards found in with Elizabeth B. Jones's correspondence box. Chiefly of Richmond, Indiana, and Millville, Pennsylvania.

Material Specific Details

Roll; next to box 68.

Elizabeth B. Jones (1871-1952): letters by, 1883-1949.
Contents include:

Letters, n.d. and 1883-1891.

Letters, 1894.

Letters, 1895.

Letters, 1896-1899 [includes letters of Benjamin Cadbury].

Letters, 1900-1918.

Letters, 1931-1945.

Letters, 1946-1949.

Elizabeth B. Jones (1871-1952): letters by, letters to, 1950-1952.
Box 69
Contents include:

Letters, 1950-1952, written by Elizabeth B. (Cadbury) Jones [m. 1902 Rufus M. Jones] and letters, 1908-1951, written to EBJ.

Letters, 1937-1939, from Fung Kei [see Mary Hoxie Jones, box 74 for additional Kei letters].

Letters, 1938, from Susan [?].

Letters, 1946-1951, from Hanna Happich.

Letters, 1935-1951, from Gertrude Happich, Ludwig Happich and Marie Happich.

Letter from Olive Warner, 9/24/1948 (Durban, S. Africa).

Letters, 1921, to EBJ on her 50th birthday.

Letters, 1935, to EBJ regarding New Year's Day Cadbury family party.

Letters, 1908-1949, to EBJ from various persons.

Wedding invitations to EBJ.

Elizabeth B. Jones (1871-1952): diaries, books.
Box 70
Contents include:

Diaries, 1887, 1900, 1926-1927, 1938, 1941, 1942 (6 volumes).

Notebooks, n.d., n.d. [on religion, race relations, etc.], ca. 1904 [household], ca. 1929 [Chinese culture] (4 volumes).

Memorandum book, ca. 1924-1949.

Autograph book, ca. 1881-1884.

Address books (4 volumes; includes European and Chinese addresses).

Also loose pages with names, addresses and phone #s.

Notes on trip to Japan [19??].

Elizabeth B. Jones (1871-1952): school papers, talks, etc.
Box 71
Contents include:

Childhood mementos : Valentines, cards, juvenile tracts, drawing book (1878), membership in W.C.A.

Bryn Mawr College material (chiefly printed).

School and college essays, ca. 1885-1893. Notebooks of class notes, college courses, "Register of recitations" (Friends Select School for Girls), graduation invitation (1888).

Drafts of essays and lectures given by EBJ, ca. 1898-1933.

Clipping of obituary, 1952, and sympathy letters to Emma Cadbury Jr. on death of her sister, Elizabeth B. Jones.

Mary Hoxie Jones: autobiographical, etc.
Box 72
Contents include:

Autobiographical sketches of Mary Hoxie Jones with copy of cover letter (Jan. 16, 1985) sent to John Crosfield for Cadbury family book [4 typed drafts].

Correspondence (1984-1985) with John Crosfield regarding work on his Cadbury Family book.

Autobiographical material and clippings of articles on Mary Hoxie Jones. includes: Autobiographical sketch of Mary Hoxie Jones prepared for Poetry Society of America, 1980 [typed]

1939 newspaper clipping

photocopy of 1990 article on Mary Hoxie Jones

1980 issue of Quaker Life with brief sketch of Mary Hoxie Jones [with related corresp.]

1986 issue of Friends Journal (special issue on aging) with contribution from Mary Hoxie Jones to article [with related corresp.]

1987 issue of Friends Journal with article on Mary Hoxie Jones

"Mary Hoxie Jones, Chronology" ca. 1992

Silhouette of Mary Hoxie Jones, July 27, 1985 cut by Kaye Housel at St. Giles Church, Jefferson, Me. on MHJ's 81st birthday. [acc.#4782]

Baldwin School material. includes: "The Milestone" [a publication of students of Baldwin School] for Feb. 12, 1920 (vol. VI, no. 3) with poem "The dreamland ship" by Mary Hoxie Jones

"Class notes" for the class of '22 [Mary Hoxie Jones is class secretary] with information on various classmates with letter from Baldwin (1984) to Mary Hoxie Jones re: same

"Reminiscences of Baldwins 1916-1922 by Mary Hoxie Jones" with note "Not sure of date, about 1984" [typed carbon draft of essay; excerpts from this appear in issue of "The Baldwin Echoes" below]

clipping and issue of "The Baldwin Echoes, Summer 1984, Reunion" [for Mary Hoxie Jones's Baldwin School diploma, see Ms. Coll. 990.

Haverford Friends School material. includes: "Spider Web 1987 Alumni/ae" with poem "Ode to H.F.S. on the occasion of the fiftieth anniversary celebration (1885-1935)" by Mary Hoxie Jones

Travel diary of trip to Canton, China in 1932 [only a few pages used]

Passports (8) and related documents, 1933-1978.

Miscellaneous material : American Museum in Britain. includes: Printed material and clippings re: the American Museum in Britain; also letter (1989) to Mary Hoxie Jones re: her gift of a coverlet appearing in a Museum publication.

Mary Hoxie Jones: letters to, from Mary Champney, 1948-1950.
Box 73
Arrangement

Arranged chronologically.

Misc. letters with incomplete dates or not dated, envelopes without letters, letter [Jan. 1930s?] from George [?].

Letters, January - May, 1948.

Letters, June - August, 1948.

Letters, September - December, 1948.

Letters, January - April, 1949.

Letters, May - August, 1949 (also photograph).

Letters, September - December, 1949.

Letters, January - April, 1950 (also photographs).

Letters May - August, 1950.

Letters, September - December, 1950.

Mary Hoxie Jones: letters to, from Fung Kei; from Elizabeth Gray Vining; other correspondents. Also letters by MHJ, 1928-1935, 1984-1992, ca. 1916-1987.
Box 74
Contents include:

Letters, 1928-1935, of Fung Kei (of the Yhet Wah Middle School, Macao) to Mary Hoxie Jones; also photographs and printed material related to the school.

Correspondence, 1981-1992, related to possible project on John Wilhelm Rowntree. Includes letters of Horace Alexander, Tom Kennedy, Jean Rowntree, Jo Vellacott and Roger Wilson; also notes, clipping and articles, includes: "The Quaker Renaissance and the Origins of the Modern British Peace Movement, 1895-1920," and "History and Religious Revival : the vision of John Wilhelm Rowntree" both by Thomas C. Kennedy.

Letters, 1984-1992, of Elizabeth Gray Vining to Mary Hoxie Jones.

Correspondence, 1985-1986, of Mary Hoxie Jones with persons requesting copies of Rufus M. Jones' books includes letters of Jane R. Smiley, Carl L. Cooper and Don Smith (Cooper and Smith want copies of her father's books).

Misc. letters to Mary Hoxie Jones (correspondents "A - M") includes list of correspondents.

Misc. letters to Mary Hoxie Jones (correspondents "N - Z") includes list of correspondents.

Letters by Mary Hoxie Jones, ca. 1910-1987.

Mary Hoxie Jones: Papers, clippings, notebook, etc. from 4th World Conference of Friends, July 24-Aug. 3, 1967.
Box 75
Contents include:

Fourth World Conference of Friends, held at Guilford College, July 24 - August 3, 1967 and Friends World Committee for Consultation, also held at Guilford, August 3 - 6, 1967.

Papers includes: photographs, printed newsletters, clippings, lists of attendees, minutes, brochures and other "handouts" from the Conference.

material related to Friends World Committee for Consultation, Tenth Triennial Meeting, Guilford College, August 3-6, 1967

"Subcommittee on the Arts" material includes: correspondence of Mary Hoxie Jones with various Friends related to subcommittee planning, follow-up letters after Conference, clippings, material on Quaker poets, Poetry Interest Group at Conference, reports, photograph, etc.

Newspaper clippings on the Conference, mounted on looseleaf paper and placed in 3-ring binder (binder discarded).

Clippings and published material: journals and other periodicals reporting on the Conference.

Notebook kept by Mary Hoxie Jones during Conference, with notes on various sessions, etc.

Mary Hoxie Jones: speeches and talks on Quakers and Quakerism.
Box 76
Contents include:

"A great time" Speech on relationship between religion and modern life given at Young Friends Conference in Oskaloosa, Iowa, 1927 [typed draft].

"Devotional talks given at Canada Y. M. June-July 1941" (label on original folder by Mary Hoxie Jones) includes:

"Difficulties in the way of worship" [typed and handwritten drafts]

"The background of Quaker worship" [typed draft]

[untitled] remarks on recent death of Thomas R. Kelly (as a preface to talk on Quaker worship) [2 typed drafts]

"Worship as a preparation for service" [typed draft]

"A brief survey of American Quakerism"

speech given at Essex and Suffolk Q. M. Colchester, June 14, 1952 [carbon draft with corrections].

[untitled] speech on history of Quakerism

speech given at Friends House [London], Sunday, July 13, 1952 and at New Vienna, Ohio, March 21, 1954 [typed and carbon drafts].

"An evaluation of American Quakerism today"

speech given at "Jordans [Meeting, [July 19, 1952 / Germantown, Feb. 14, 1954" [2 typed drafts (different), also a compilation of survey results to questions on state of American Quakerism from prominent Quakers including Henry J. Cadbury, Harold J. Chance, William W. Comfort, Douglas V. Steere, Barnard Walton and others used in preparation of her talk].

[untitled] speech on "windows" [in the spiritual sense]

speech given by Mary Hoxie Jones [April, ca. 1959?, typed draft].

"Rufus M. Jones as a mystic"

speech given to "First Methodist Church, Germantown, Oct. 30, 1960 [typed carbon draft with corrections].

[untitled] discusses Quaker faith in difficult times

speech with note of Mary Hoxie Jones "speech by MHJ at Australia General Meeting Friends School, Hobart, Tasmania" Jan. 2, 1962 [text indicates she is speaking to "Summer School of Friends in New Zealand"].

[untitled] speech on "self-evaluation"

speech intended for a Quaker audience [ca. 1964? typed and carbon drafts, also preliminary partial draft].

"A family of Friends"

speech discusses J. Barnard Walton, Mary Hoxie Jones's experiences visiting Yearly Meetings in Kenya, South Africa, Australia and other meetings elsewhere; given at Southeastern Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends (Barnard Walton Lecture, March 28, 1964) [typed carbon draft with corrections, also letter (April 2, 1964) from Alfred Hartwig].

[untitled] on history of Quakerism

speech dated May 4, 1965 [typed draft; from context, probably given to an English audience].

"Rufus Matthew Jones"

talk given at Kendal (1980), Crosslands (1986), Pond Mtg (1986), Hockessin Mtg (1987) and Abington Mtg (1989) [2 photocopies of typed drafts of talks, with corrections].

"Eli and Sybil Jones"

speech given at China, Maine, [Commemoration] Day, 1983 [typed and photocopied drafts].

[untitled] autobiographical

speech given at Kendal, Nov. 23, 1983 as part of "Pre Kendal Memories" program [typed and carbon draft with note from S. Francis Nicholson inviting Mary Hoxie Jones to participate in above program].

"Material re: Haverford Meeting - MHJ's Forum talk 1979 - and at Celebrations on Nov. 18, 1984 - V. Webber obituary" [Original folder labeled by Mary Hoxie Jones]

includes:

"Virginia Jones Webber: 1884-1984" memorial essay [2 (different) typed and carbon drafts; also published version in The Haverford Meeting Messenger" Jan. 1985]

"Memorable members of Haverford Meeting" talk given Nov. 18, 1984 [2 typed drafts, also published version of talk which appeared in "The Haverford Meeting Messenger" Jan. 1985 (included)]

Mary Hoxie Jones's notes, photocopies, etc. [used to prepare 1984 talk on "Memorable Members" of Haverford Meeting?]

[untitled] Mary Hoxie Jones talk on Haverford Monthly Meeting and China Monthly Meeting [ca. June 1984, typed draft]

"Friends in New England"

talk given at the New Hampshire Gathering of Friends (under care of Monadnock Friends Meeting), July 14, 1984 at The Meeting School, Ridge, N.H. [2 (different) typed drafts with corrections and related correspondence].

"Remembering ivy, remembering stone"

talk given on memories of Haverford's campus, with note of Mary Hoxie Jones "Symposium on May 19, 1985 at Haverford College" [photocopy].

Material to be read regarding Daisy Newman at her funeral.

Mary Hoxie Jones: speeches and talks on poetry.
Box 77
Contents include:

[untitled] with note of Mary Hoxie Jones "This was a speech to Ruth Dewees Book Club, about 1959" [or 1957?, typed draft with corrections: this is original of carbon submitted to Pendle Hill Pamphlets below in 1958]

draft of talk on poetry submitted to Pendle Hill Pamphlets, with letter (5/12/1958) from same to Mary Hoxie Jones

["Quaker poets, past & present"] includes: photocopies, clippings, notes, typed list of poets used by Mary Hoxie Jones in preparing her talk [ca. 1973? original folder labeled by Mary Hoxie Jones "Ms. material Quaker Poets Past & Present"]

"Friends and poetry" speech for Friends Historical Society, York, England Aug. 19, 1974 with correspondence of Pendle Hill related to publishing same. includes: photocopies, clippings, notes, correspondence, list of Quaker poets, preliminary handwritten drafts used in preparation of her speech for the British Friends Historical Society, August 19, 1974 [this speech was published as a pamphlet in 1975 by Pendle Hill; original folder labeled by Mary Hoxie Jones "Material (draft) for Quaker Poetry - Friends Historical Society - York, England - 1974"].

[untitled] part of "Three writers on writing" weekend held at Pendle Hill, January 27-29, 1978. Mary Hoxie Jones, Daisy Newman and Elizabeth Gray Vining were the three writers. includes: 3 typed drafts of Mary Hoxie Jones's speech, list of those attending, notes, etc., correspondence related to the event, including letters from Vining and Newman

["Christina Georgina Rosetti"] includes: notes and handwritten draft of talk, with note of Mary Hoxie Jones that talk was intended for "Poets Walk In" on Jan. 19, 1982 but was canceled due to weather

Mary Hoxie Jones: articles, essays, book chapters on various Quakers, AFSC.
Box 78
Contents include:

Arranged alphabetically by subject.

Biographical Writings About Quakers

"Susan J. Dewees" memorial, 2 copies of typed carbon draft [June 1953; published The Friend, 7/23/1953] [for MHJ's writings on Henry Joel Cadbury, see box 79]

"Eli and Sybil Jones" typed draft with numerous corrections [not dated]

"material re: Sybil Jones by MHJ for Dictionary of Notable Women" 1962 corresp. re: to above entry for "Notable American Woman, 1607-1950: a biographical dictionary"

"Lowell Coutant Jones: January 23, 1892 - July 2, 1903" [typed carbon draft of chapter on RMJ and his son intended for a book edited by J. Edgar Williams on parents dealing with death of children, ca. 1953; includes corresp. with Williams]

"Rufus Matthew Jones by Mary Hoxie Jones" typed carbon draft [preface dated 1953] with corrections and annotations, note of Mary Hoxie Jones on original envelope "RMJ Ms. put as a pamphlet by Friends Home Service London 1955" [note: this differs from draft in folder 6]

"Rufus Matthew Jones by Mary Hoxie Jones" typed carbon draft [preface dated 1953] with corrections and annotations, note of Mary Hoxie Jones on original envelope "Ms. of RMJ pamphlet" [note: this differs from draft in folder 5] Also includes: "Rufus M. Jones" 3 published reviews of above, printed as a pamphlet by Friends Home Service Committee, 1955 [clippings and "Science of thought review" for Sept. 1955]

"Rufus M. Jones (June 16, 1848 - June 16, 1958)" typed carbon draft with note of Mary Hoxie Jones "for Friends Journal" [published June 7, 1958]

[Story of four Quakers working for the AFSC in 1941] edited by Mary Hoxie Jones. ca. 1958

"Arthur Henry Swift" typed draft [not dated] [Swift (1866-1909) missionary in Jamaica]

"Elizabeth Gray Vining: the measure of a life" draft of chapter for book edited by Leonard Kenworthy ["Living in the Light: Some Quaker Pioneers of the 20th century" (1984)]; includes corresp. (1982-1983) with Kenworthy and Elizabeth Gray Vining.

"Elizabeth Biddle Yarnall: March 22, 1897 - March 25, 1975" typed carbon draft of memorial with note of Mary Hoxie Jones "Pendle Hill Board minute April 1975"

[untitled] typed carbon draft [incomplete? undated] re: Robert Yarnall and Pendle Hill

American Friends Service Committee

"The American Friends Service Committee": 3 typed and carbon drafts of a chapter for proposed volume by P. Henry Lotz; includes 2 letters (1939) from Lotz; Mary Hoxie Jones's research notes [this material labeled by Mary Hoxie Jones as "never used"]

"Philadelphia Yearly Meeting and American Friends Service Committee": 4 drafts (typed, carbon, handwritten and photocopied; all with annotations) of chapter on AFSC which appeared in "Friends in the Delaware Valley" (1981) with related correspondence (1980-1981).

Mary Hoxie Jones: notes, essays, book chapters on Henry J. Cadbury.
Box 79
Contents include:

"Notes on Henry Cadbury lectures to Women's Fellowship, Haverford Meeting - 1964? (not very good notes)" [MHJ]. includes: loose notebook pages (1964?), notebook (1967)

Articles written by MHJ on Henry J. Cadbury. includes: "Now and then or Henry J. Cadbury on his ninetieth birthday, December 1, 1973" [typed carbon draft, also printed clipping of same from "Friends Journal"], "Henry J. Cadbury, December 1, 1883 - October 7, 1974" [typed carbon draft and printed minute, AFSC, Nov. 1, 1974]

Festschrift honoring Henry J. Cadbury's 22 years as American Friends Service Committee chairman. "Then and now, Quaker essays : historical and contemporary, by friends of Henry Joel Cadbury on his completion of twenty-two years as chairman of the American Friends Service Committee. Edited by Anna Brinton." includes: correspondence of Mary Hoxie Jones with Anna Brinton and others concerning above, 1959-1960, drafts of essays from various contributors to the above volume

"Henry J. Cadbury : A biographical sketch" by Mary Hoxie Jones, Jan. 1960. Note: this was published in 1960 as a chapter in "Then and now, Quaker essays: historical and contemporary, by friends of Henry Joel Cadbury ... includes: notes for above and 2 typed drafts with corrections

Mary Hoxie Jones: articles, essays, book chapters on Friends in China; Friends School; S. China, Me., etc. Also reviews, editorials, play, etc.
Box 80
Contents include:

Arranged by subject.

Friends in China

"One hundred years of Anglo-American cooperation medical service in China" typed draft [not dated but ca. 1935]

Friends School, Haverford

[untitled] for "The Friends School, Haverford" typed carbon draft of essay [1984] labeled by Mary Hoxie Jones "For Miriam Brown's book 'The Friends School, Haverford'" ["The Friends School, Haverford, 1885-1985" by Miriam Jones Brown, 1985]

South China, Maine

"Draft material for South China - Jones History" includes: Mary Hoxie Jones's notes, correspondence with Mrs. C. N. Webber, "Punch" Grow, photocopy of Mary Hoxie Jones's chapter titled "The descendants of Thomas and Thankful Jones who settled in the town of China, Maine between 1804 and 1814 and their families who lived in China, China Neck, South China, Dirigo and Branch Mills by Mary Hoxie Jones, 7th generation from Thomas and Thankful Jones" [ca. 38 pp.], handwritten and typed working drafts, etc. [this is material from above labeled 1st of 2 envelopes]

"Draft material for South China - Jones History" includes: Mary Hoxie Jones's notes, correspondence (1971-1973) with Marion Thurlow, Mary Grow, Marguerite G. Jones re: writing town of China, Me.'s history, typed draft of chapter on Jones family titled "The descendants of Thomas and Thankful Jones who settled in the town of China, Maine between 1804 and 1814 and their families who lived in China, China Neck, South China, Dirigo and Branch Mills by Mary Hoxie Jones, 7th generation from Thomas and Thankful Jones" [ca. 47 pp.]; also material on China, Me. by others [this is material from above labeled 2nd of 2 envelopes]

[untitled] on South China, Me. typed draft of essay on life in South China, Me. [undated but ca. 1945?]

Spiritual in Nature

"Monotony" handwritten essay [not dated]

"Mysticism in Dante" typed draft [not dated] (a college paper?)

"O spring, I know thee" typed carbon draft [not dated]

"Unexpected glories" typed carbon draft [not dated] of essay on finding the unexpected joys in life (intended for a Friends newsletter?)

Book Reviews

"Henry T. Hodgkin, a memoir" by H. G. Wood (1937) typed carbon of a book review [published Friends Intelligencer 11/20/1937]

"Let this life speak, the legacy of Henry J. Cadbury by Margaret Hope Bacon" typed review of book [not dated but ca. 1987]

"Mr. Whittier, a biography, by Elizabeth Gray Vining" typed carbon of book review [not dated but ca. 1974]

"Six hundred ships by James David Andrews" typed carbon draft of review with note of Mary Hoxie Jones "March 1976 for Friends Journal (not yet published)"

Editorials

"Editorial" typed carbon draft [not dated] of editorial on war (mentions conflicts in China and Spain) intended for a Friends newsletter ?

"Editorial" typed carbon draft [not dated] intended audience Haverford Meeting?

Play

"The King's Missive" [1931] 2 typed drafts of a play, with annotations; a published version appears in The American Friend, Sept. 24, 1931

Poetry Related Essays

[untitled] typed essay [not dated] beginning "Freedom in poetry is dangerous as, indeed, is freedom in anything."

"The myths of Plato" by J. A. Stewart, 1905 typed essay [not dated] discusses book and effect of poetry and music on people's lives [a college essay?]

"The contribution of poetry to religion" typed essay [not dated] with note by "RSW" [a college paper?]

"Unpublished poems of Emily Dickinson" subtitled "Measuring the sun" 2 typed drafts of essay, not dated, with comments by her teacher [was this when Mary Hoxie Jones was in N. Y. City at Columbia for an English course in spring 1935-36?]

[untitled] handwritten draft [undated] tells of Mary Hoxie Jones's visit to home of Alice Meynell and meeting with Wilfrid Meynell

"George Henry Boker" typed carbon draft [not dated but article discusses book "Sonnets, a sequence on profane love by George Henry Boker," edited by Edw. S. Bradley (1929)] (a college paper?)

"Heaven lies about us" typed carbon draft [not dated] re: poetry

Mary Hoxie Jones: articles, essays, book chapters on travel, etc.
Box 81
Contents include:

Arranged by subject.

Travel

"Travels with a spinster: in London by M.H.J., with apologies to E.M. Delafield" typed draft with corrections [undated but ca. 1933-1934?; 121 pp., written about her experiences living in London at that time; also published version in "The Watling Resident" vol. 7, Jan., Feb., March, May, Aug., Oct. 1935 issues]

"Travels of a spinster: from London to Vienna, with apologies to E.M. Delafield" 2 typed and carbon drafts with corrections [undated but ca. 1934-1935?; 27 pp. and 28 pp., written about her experiences in London at that time]

["In London"] typed carbon draft [Feb. 7, 1934; 4 pp.] describes Mary Hoxie Jones's life in London [published The Friend, 3/1/1934]

"Chinese Quaker funeral" 3 typed drafts [undated but 1935; 9 pp., written about her experiences in China at that time]

"Summer in Cornwall" 3 typed drafts [undated but describes same incidents as in "Travels of a spinster" 1934; 37 pp., 36 pp., 36 pp.]

"Walking to and fro upon the earth" typed essay [not dated, but ca. 1953?] intended for publication in British journal? re: her experiences traveling, cultural and religious differences encountered

"A pagan pilgrimage" [to Greece] typed carbon draft [not dated] (a school paper?)

"A Quaker pilgrimage: September 11 - 14, 1929" typed carbon draft [undated, ca. 1929?] tells of trip with parents, Ernest Taylor and Christopher Rowntree to places significant to Quakerism.

Miscellaneous Essays

"Sidney Down: the biography of a cat by M.H.J. Born South China, Maine, June 1931; Died Haverford, Penna. November 26, 1934" 2 typed drafts [undated]

"More dealings with peddlers" typed and carbon drafts [with note of Mary Hoxie Jones "Sent to 'Atlantic Monthly' with some alterations - Jan. 11, 1939"]

Other

Notebook of handwritten drafts of essays by Mary Hoxie Jones.

Clippings of published articles, 1928-1984.

Mary Hoxie Jones: correspondence, reviews, letters from readers of Swords into plowshares, (1937).
Box 82
Contents include:

Arranged chronologically.

Printed advertisement for At the Point of a Lancet (1935) written with William Warder Cadbury [uncle of Mary Hoxie Jones] containing excerpts from reviews.

Swords into plowshares (1937)

Correspondence, 1937, with The Macmillan Company (publisher), arranged chronologically.

Reviews of Swords into plowshares, 1937-1938 (clippings, typed draft of review by L. Hollingsworth Wood).

Letters to Mary Hoxie Jones from readers of Swords into plowshares, 1937, includes list of correspondents, A - Z.

Mary Hoxie Jones: correspondence, research notes, outline, etc. for The Standard of the Lord..., (1961).
Box 83
Contents include:

The Standard of the Lord lifted up: a history of Friends in New England from 1656-1700, commemorating the first Yearly Meeting held in 1661 (1961) [note: earlier working title for book was The Society of Friends in New England]. Arranged chronologically.

Correspondence, 1960-1961, of Mary Hoxie Jones with Beacon Hill Press (prospective publisher) of The Standard of the Lord ...

Correspondence, 1959-1961, of Mary Hoxie Jones regarding The Standard of the Lord ... includes: plans for publishing mss. by New England Yearly Meeting of Friends after Beacon Hill turned it down; includes a list of correspondents

Mary Hoxie Jones's research notes [handwritten and typed], clippings, preliminary drafts of sections of book, etc.

Mary Hoxie Jones's research notes [handwritten and typed], clippings, review of book, etc.

Outline for proposed history of New England Yearly Meeting (1661-1961) for its tricentennary.

Comments, questions and suggestions by Henry J. Cadbury on The Standard of the Lord ...

Pages 108-111 to a draft of The Standard of the Lord ...

Mary Hoxie Jones: first and revised drafts of The Standard of the Lord ... , (1961).
Box 84
Contents include:

The Standard of the Lord lifted up: a history of Friends in New England from 1656-1700, commemorating the first Yearly Meeting held in 1661 (1961) [note: earlier working title for book was The Society of Friends in New England]. Arranged chronologically.

First draft [typed] of The Standard of the Lord ..., chapters 1-5 with 3 pp. of notes made by [Henry J. Cadbury] after reading same.

First draft [typed] of The Standard of the Lord ..., chapters 6-10.

First draft [typed] of The Standard of the Lord ..., chapters 11-14.

Revised draft [typed] of The Standard of the Lord ..., Section 1, with 2 pp. of notes made by [Henry J. Cadbury] on same.

Revised draft [typed] of The Standard of the Lord ..., Section 2.

Mary Hoxie Jones: third and fourth drafts of The Standard of the Lord ... , (1961).
Box 85
Contents include:

The Standard of the Lord lifted up: a history of Friends in New England from 1656-1700, commemorating the first Yearly Meeting held in 1661 (1961) [note: earlier working title for book was The Society of Friends in New England]. Arranged chronologically.

Draft [typed] of The Standard of the Lord ..., [which draft is this?]

Third draft [typed] of The Standard of the Lord ..., with letter and comments on draft by Frederick B. Tolles.

Third draft [carbon] of The Standard of the Lord ..., with note of Mary Hoxie Jones that carbon was sent to Daisy Newman.

Fourth draft [typed] of The Standard of the Lord ..., with note of Mary Hoxie Jones that parts 1 and 2 have been put together in this draft.

Mary Hoxie Jones: draft of The Standard of the Lord ... Also draft of forward by Henry J. Cadbury. Also stored here are proof sheets for above, (1961).
Box 86
Contents include:

The Standard of the Lord lifted up: a history of Friends in New England from 1656-1700, commemorating the first Yearly Meeting held in 1661 (1961) [note: earlier working title for book was The Society of Friends in New England]. Arranged chronologically.

Draft [typed] of The Standard of the Lord ..., also notes, handwritten draft of forward by Henry J. Cadbury.

Draft [carbon] of The Standard of the Lord ...

Mary Hoxie Jones: card files for AFSC chapter The Standard of the Lord ... drafts of chapters (fiction), (1961).
Box 87
Contents include:

Card files

Card files of notes for article on Philadelphia Yearly Meeting and the American Friends Service Committee.

Card file of bibliography and index of subjects for her book The Standard of the Lord lifted up: a history of Friends in New England from 1656-1700, commemorating the first Yearly Meeting held in 1661 (1961).

Fiction

"Minds are easy" 3 typed drafts of chapters (for a novel?) [undated]

"The first step" and "Progression" 2 typed drafts of chapters? (for a novel?) [undated; 2 pp., 2 pp.]

"Heresies"

Also in folder

"Out of the night. Dedicated to Noel and Ada. Mary Hoxie Jones" typed draft of chapters (for a novel?) [undated; 31 pp.]

[untitled] typed draft of chapter (for a novel?) [undated; 6 pp.]

[untitled] typed drafts of 2 chapters (for a novel?) [undated; 8 pp., 7 pp.]

[untitled] typed draft of chapter (for a novel?) [undated; 22 pp.]

[note of Mary Hoxie Jones accompanying material in this folder: "1985 - I have no idea what these represent."]

typed draft of a short story [undated; 4 pp.]

Mary Hoxie Jones: draft of "The Winged life" (fiction).
Box 88
Contents include:

Fiction writing (manuscripts) includes: unpublished novel "The Winged Life" (1936).

Letters, 1936, from The Macmillan Company and Harper & Brothers regarding the possible publication of "The Winged Life."

Draft [typed carbon] of "The Winged Life" Part I (chapters 1-6, pp. 1-79).

Draft [typed carbon] of "The Winged Life" Part II (chapters 7-15, pp. 80-196).

Draft [typed carbon] of "The Winged Life" Part III (chapters 16-19, pp. 197-279).

Draft [typed carbon] of "The Winged Life" Part IV (chapters 20-23, pp. 280-326).

Unopened box containing draft of "The Winged Life" sent to Houghton Mifflin Company and returned by them to Mary Hoxie Jones, 1936 [Note: Mary Hoxie Jones never opened the box].

Mary Hoxie Jones: poetry, ca. 1920-1994.
Box 89
Arrangement

Chronological by year when date of poem is known, undated poems are alphabetically arranged by title in folder 1. [note: Mary Hoxie Jones often dates poems by month and day as well]

Contents include:

Undated poems:

untitled poem re: "Afserco scholars"

untitled poem for Roger, Tuke and Francis

untitled poem re: Cadbury reunion at Moorestown

"Greeting to Mr. and Mrs. Newlin"

"Ode to a handkerchief (To R.O.M.)"

[a group of typed poems about China, as follows:]

"Mulberry leaves"

"Snow"

"Hills"

"Rice fields"

"Apricot and cherry"

"East and West"

"Toys"

"Climbing"

Poems from 1920-1929:

1922

"Prayer"

1923

"The wanderer"

"The immortal spirit"

1923-1925 [these found together]

untitled handwritten drafts of poems [2 pp]

handwritten and typed poems, many with a teacher's comments [with note of Mary Hoxie Jones "Evidently written in 1923-1925 at Mt Holyoke College - for Miss Adams and Miss Snell. MHJ 1985"]

"An anthology of modern verse" [college class assignment, poems by various authors, selected by Mary Hoxie Jones]

1929

"Poems written in 1929 by M. H. J." [4 typed pp.]

"Afternoon tea"

"Happiness (After listening to an atheist-humanist)"

Poems from 1930-1939:

1933-1936

"poems by Mary Hoxie Jones" typed and carbon copies of poems, many dated 1935-1936, some with annotations by Mary Hoxie Jones and numbered [possible candidates for a book?]

typed and carbon copies of poems, many undated but probably ca. 1933-1936?, also 1964 [some are numbered, for possible inclusion in a book?]

typed and handwritten poems (ca. 1935-1936?) [includes 25 sonnets], many of them with a teacher's comments on them, found in a folder inscribed "Mary Hoxie Jones, 419 W. 121st St." [New York City] and "I count you among my best and hope you will want to continue with me in the fall" Also: transcript from Columbia University with grade for English course taken there in spring term 1935-1936

Letter (1936) from Columbia University re: publishing poem "October"

1934

"Headland and Meeting House" [typed]

Poems from 1940-1949:

1940-1941

"Sonnet"

"The blockade"

1945?

"AFSERCO"

untitled Christmas poem

1947

"Listen, the wind!" [typed and handwritten drafts]

Poems from 1950-1959:

1950-1959

handwritten (also a few typed) copies and drafts of poems, 1950-1959

1952-1953

typed and carbon drafts of poems, many dated 1952-1953, submitted to Harper & Brother with letter (1958) from H&B returning same

"Poems by Mary Hoxie Jones" typed carbon drafts of poems, some dated 1952-1953

[see folder 9 for poem from 1951]

Poems from 1960-1969:

1960-1969

handwritten (also a few typed) copies and drafts of poems, 1960-1969

[see folder 9 for other poems from 1960s]

Poems from 1970-1979 and 1980-1989:

1976-1982

6 typed poems dated 1976-1982 with cover sheet "Mary Hoxie Jones" [photocopies]

[see folder 9 for other poems from 1970s and 1980s]

Poems from 1990-1993:

1991-1993

typed, photocopied and handwritten drafts and copies of poems dated 1991-1993; (includes 1992 Christmas letter with poems, poem "Song of the Angels" set to music by Paul Klinkman and Rick Keller)

Other:

handwritten and typed drafts of poems (dated 1951-1983), with 2 form letters from Golden Quill Press regarding contributions to their yearly anthologies for 1969 and 1970; many of the poems have a note on them indicating they were sent to Golden Quill or elsewhere to be published [note on original folder by Mary Hoxie Jones "Original ms."]

Christmas cards (poems):

handwritten Christmas card, 1932

printed Christmas poems by Mary Hoxie Jones, 1936-1973 (incomplete)

photocopies of Christmas poems for 1977, 1978, 1991, 1993

Christmas poems sent to Haverford College Library staff, 1987-1989

Material Specific Details

(bounded mss.)

Mary Hoxie Jones: poetry, 1919-1934.
Box 90
Contents include:

6 bound notebooks of poems containing handwritten working drafts and copies of completed poems for the years: 1919-1921, 1922 [2 volumes for this year], 1929-1930, 1932, 1934.

"Copies of poems by MHJ to 1930" [actual dates 1919-1931] These consist of 4 sets of typed poems (Parts I, II, III, and IV). Poems are numbered 1-709 and are dated 1919-1931. Many have annotations by Mary Hoxie Jones as to their significance, etc.

Material Specific Details

(bounded notebooks.)

Mary Hoxie Jones: poetry, 1916-1992.
Box 91
Contents include:

Looseleaf notebooks compiled by Mary Hoxie Jones serve as the "final destination" for her poems, new poems were typed and added to the notebooks as they were created. Many poems have annotations as to where and when they were published. Poems are arranged in chronological order and Mary Hoxie Jones has added in relevant correspondence, clippings, photographs, etc., so that the notebooks are also a form of diary. They are not indexed.

1916-1992

1 small 3-ring looseleaf notebook of poems for 1916-1992 (bulk 1919-1948) additional material includes copy of music for her poem "The refugee" signed (1939) by composer Karl Weigl

Material Specific Details

(looseleaf notebook.)

Mary Hoxie Jones: poetry, 1944-1979.
Box 92
Contents include:

Looseleaf notebooks compiled by Mary Hoxie Jones serve as the "final destination" for her poems, new poems were typed and added to the notebooks as they were created. Many poems have annotations as to where and when they were published. Poems are arranged in chronological order and Mary Hoxie Jones has added in relevant correspondence, clippings, photographs, etc., so that the notebooks are also a form of diary. They are not indexed.

1944-1969: 3-ring looseleaf notebook of poems for 1944-1969 with related papers (letters to Mary Hoxie Jones, clippings, etc.) added.

1950-1969: 3-ring looseleaf notebook of poems for 1950-1969 with related papers (letters to Mary Hoxie Jones, clippings, etc.) added. Poem, "Flight", by Mary Hoxie Jones. November 26, 1956.

1970-1979: 3-ring looseleaf notebook of poems for 1970-1979 with related papers (letters to Mary Hoxie Jones, clippings, photographs, etc.) added.

Material Specific Details

(looseleaf notebooks.)

Mary Hoxie Jones: poetry (looseleaf notebook), clippings, 1980-1989.
Box 93
Contents include:

Looseleaf notebooks compiled by Mary Hoxie Jones serve as the "final destination" for her poems, new poems were typed and added to the notebooks as they were created. Many poems have annotations as to where and when they were published. Poems are arranged in chronological order and Mary Hoxie Jones has added in relevant correspondence, clippings, photographs, etc., so that the notebooks are also a form of diary. They are not indexed.

1980-1989: 2 small 3-ring looseleaf notebooks of poems for 1980-1989 with related papers (letters to Mary Hoxie Jones, clippings, etc.) added.

Clippings of poems by Mary Hoxie Jones, also Friends Journal for Dec. 1989 containing poem and photocopy of 1992 published poem. "As you like it" Kendal at Longwood residents publication.

6 issues of "As you like it" (Vol. 5, nos. 3,4; Vol. 6, nos. 2, 4; Vol. 7, nos. 1, 2) containing Mary Hoxie Jones contributions of poetry and prose pieces.

Mostly Mary Hoxie Jones's poetry from the 1990's. Contents of 2 notebooks. Some poems by Elizabeth Gray Vining as well.

Mary Hoxie Jones: correspondence, reviews, letters from readers of Arrows of desire , (1931).
Box 94
Contents include:

Arrows of desire (1931): published book of poetry by Mary Hoxie Jones.

Correspondence, 1931-1958, with The Macmillan Company (publisher), arranged chronologically.

Reviews of Arrows of desire, 1931-1932 (clippings).

Letters to Mary Hoxie Jones from readers of Arrows of desire, 1931-1936, includes list of correspondents A - K.

Letters to Mary Hoxie Jones from readers of Arrows of desire, 1930-1933, includes list of correspondents L - Z.

Mary Hoxie Jones: correspondence, reviews, letters from readers of Beyond this stone and Mosaic of the sun [also draft of latter]; misc. correspondence with publishers, (1965), (1975).
Box 95
Contents include:

Beyond this stone (1965)

Correspondence, 1964-1966, with Golden Quill Press (publisher), arranged chronologically [includes catalogs listing book and order forms].

Reviews and notices of Beyond this stone, 1965-1967 (clippings and journals).

Letters to Mary Hoxie Jones from readers of Beyond this stone, 1964-1967, includes list of correspondents.

Mosaic of the sun (1975)

Correspondence, 1975-1978, with Golden Quill Press (publisher), arranged chronologically [includes contract, order forms].

Reviews of Mosaic of the sun, 1976 (clippings and journal).

Draft (typed carbon copy) of Mosaic of the sun (with a few annotations).

Letters to Mary Hoxie Jones from readers of Mosaic of the sun, 1975-1977, includes list of correspondents.

Golden Quill Press and other publishers of Mary Hoxie Jones's poetry.

Misc. correspondence, 1964-1986, etc. with Golden Quill Press (including Book Club for Poetry).

Correspondence with various other publishers, 1931-1979.

Ann Kaighn, Grace E. Kaighn, John Kaighn (d. 1834), Sally Ann Kaighn: letters, estate papers, account books, genealogy, etc.
Box 96
Contents include:

Letter, 1869, of Ann Kaighn to nephew Benjamin Lowry; letter, 1911, of Anna Mary Kaighn, to EBJ.

Estate related papers, 1873, of Grace E. Kaighn, also information on sisters Charity Kaighn and Ann Kaighn.

Account books, ca. 1841-1872, related to the estate settlement of John Kaighn (d. 1834), kept by Benjamin Lowry.

Misc. Kaighn family genealogy material [includes 1855 letter of Benjamin Lowry to Samuel Nicholson requesting Kaighn family dates, also notebook of genealogy in hand of Anna K. Cadbury?]

Letters, 1891-1908, of Sally Ann Kaighn, to her cousin Emma Cadbury Jr.

Papers, 1831-1840, of Ann Lowry.(d. 1840) [3 items]

Estate related papers, ca. 1874-1876, of Anna M. Lowry.

Letters, 1841-1873, of Benjamin Lowry.

Estate related papers, 1867-1873, of Benjamin Lowry [Joel Cadbury Jr. was administrator]

Misc. Lowry family. [2 items]

Correspondence, 1936-1937, related to Lowry family genealogy.

Ann Lowry (d. 1840), Anna Marsh Lowry (1815-1874), Benjamin Lowry (1810-1873): letters, estate papers, etc.
Contents include:

Letter, 1869, of Ann Kaighn to nephew Benjamin Lowry; letter, 1911, of Anna Mary Kaighn, to EBJ.

Estate related papers, 1873, of Grace E. Kaighn, also information on sisters Charity Kaighn and Ann Kaighn.

Account books, ca. 1841-1872, related to the estate settlement of John Kaighn (d. 1834), kept by Benjamin Lowry.

Misc. Kaighn family genealogy material [includes 1855 letter of Benjamin Lowry to Samuel Nicholson requesting Kaighn family dates, also notebook of genealogy in hand of Anna K. Cadbury?]

Letters, 1891-1908, of Sally Ann Kaighn, to her cousin Emma Cadbury Jr.

Papers, 1831-1840, of Ann Lowry.(d. 1840) [3 items]

Estate related papers, ca. 1874-1876, of Anna M. Lowry.

Letters, 1841-1873, of Benjamin Lowry.

Estate related papers, 1867-1873, of Benjamin Lowry [Joel Cadbury Jr. was administrator]

Misc. Lowry family. [2 items]

Correspondence, 1936-1937, related to Lowry family genealogy.

Benjamin Lowry (1810-1873): journals [includes travel account of Elizabeth B. Lowry], account books, daybook/ledger, 1839.
Box 97
Contents include:

Journals and account books, 1827-1873, of Benjamin Lowry [1839 journal includes Elizabeth B. Lowry]

Journals (3 vols.), 1833, 1839, 1852-1854, of Benjamin Lowry. includes:

Journal, 1833 "Visit to the shores of the Atlantic Ocean ... with Howard Yarnall, teacher Westtown"

Journal, 1839 "An account ... journey performed across the northern part of the state of New Jersey ... by Elizabeth B., Benjn. and Anna M. Lowry" [first section is account of trip in hand of Elizabeth B. Lowry which is followed by husband Benjamin Lowry's account of same trip]

Journal, 1852-1854 - autobiographical essay followed by diary entries, 1852-1854

Typed transcript [carbon] of 1833 journal above.

Journal, 1854-1860, of Benjamin Lowry [many entries related to events at Orange Street Meeting] [note: first part of book is copybook, 1841, of stepbrother Isaac M. Lowry (b. 1827)]

Memorandum book of visits to the poor, 1855, by Benjamin Lowry [note : book also used by Emma Cadbury Jr. and includes notes on 1906 "Conference on fellowship"]

Journal, 1857-1872, of Benjamin Lowry [in his hand] followed by handwritten transcript of his journal, 1852-1866, in hand of his daughter, Rebecca B. Lowry.

Transcript of journal, 1866-1873, of Benjamin Lowry, in hand of his daughter, Rebecca B. Lowry.

Journal, 1861-1873, of Benjamin Lowry [in his hand].

Cash book, 1827-1848, of Benjamin Lowry.

Commonplace book, 1831, and account book, 1873, of Benjamin Lowry [note : also Emma Cadbury Jr. in account with Committee on Quaker Round Table, 1907-1915.

Elizabeth B. Lowry (1810-1870): correspondence, estate papers, commonplace books, autograph book, etc., 1838-1866.
Box 98
Contents include:

Letters, 1838-1866, by Elizabeth B. Lowry [1865-1866 letters are to her daughter Anna and include some written with husband Benjamin Lowry]

Letters, 1838-1844, written to Elizabeth B. Lowry.

Typed transcript of 1839 travel account of trip to New Jersey by Elizabeth B. Lowry, Benjamin Lowry and Anna M. Lowry [note: original journal includes account of trip by Benjamin Lowry and is filed with Benjamin Lowry material]

Letters and other papers, 1870-1871, related to last illness and death of Elizabeth B. Lowry, includes sympathy letters to family.

Estate related papers, 1870-1871, of Elizabeth B. Lowry.

Commonplace book, ca. 1824-1830, of Elizabeth B. Lowry.

Commonplace book, ca. 1830, of Elizabeth B. Lowry.

Commonplace book, ca. 1831, of Elizabeth B. Lowry, with list of visiting ministers in back.

Autograph book, ca. 1831-1837, of Elizabeth B. Lowry.

Grace S. (Bacon) Lowry (1891-1964), Isaac Lowry (1774-1846), Rebecca B. Lowry (1842-1917): memorial, deeds, indenture, letters, commonplace books, autograph album, etc.
Box 99
Contents include:

Memorial of Grace S. Lowry; Deeds and indenture of Isaac Lowry; Letters, commonplace books, autograph album of Rebecca B. Lowry.

Memorial tributes to Grace Scattergood Lowry (1891-1964).

Deeds and other land and estate related papers, 1800-1846, of Isaac Lowry.

Indenture, 1827 [for manumitted slave], "Eunice alias Louisa" to Isaac Lowry.

Letters, 1865-1871 [to sister Anna] and 1870 [to mother], of Rebecca B. Lowry.

Letters, 1884-1903 [to niece Emma Cadbury Jr.] and 1915 [to nephew Henry J. Cadbury], of Rebecca B. Lowry.

Commonplace books, n. d. and ca. 1863, and Book Register, 1895-1923, of Rebecca B. Lowry [note : Book Register also used by Anna K. Cadbury and Emma Cadbury Jr.] [3 volumes]

Autograph album, 1860-1863, of Rebecca B. Lowry [note : later used by Emma Cadbury Jr. as an autograph album, 1943-1962]

Lilias Mennell, Robert O. Mennell (1882-1960), Francis J. S. Mennell: letters, photographs, etc.
Box 100
Contents include:

Letters (ca. 1939-1960) to Mary Hoxie Jones [and Frances C. Ferris] from Lilias Mennell, Robert O. Mennell (1882-1960), Francis J.S. Mennell; also published memorial of Robert O. Mennell.

Letters (ca. 1941-1945) to "Jack" (John W.) Cadbury from Robert O. Mennell and Lilias Mennell [note of Mary Hoxie Jones "Letters from Robert and Lilias Mennell to Jack Cadbury during his time in England with FRS 1941-46"].

Mennell family. includes: family photographs, clipping on family business, R.O. Mennell & Co. (tea shippers), booklet on R.O. Mennell & Co.

Elizabeth Cadbury Musgrave (1917-): letters, 1939-1964.
Contents include:

Letters, ca. 1926-1942, by Elizabeth Cadbury Musgrave (1917-).

Eleanor H. (Warder) Pearsall (1819-1885), Henrietta Warder Pearsall: letters, notebooks, account books.
Box 101
Contents include:

Poetry notebooks, 1830-1831 and 1834 of Eleanor H. Pearsall [2 volumes].

Account books, ca. 1855-1858 and 1855-1861 of Eleanor H. Pearsall [2 volumes taped together]. Accounts are of clothing expenses for her children (fabric, trim, etc.), her clothing expenses, lists of Christmas presents bought [interesting and detailed]

Folders 3 - 12 contain letters written by Eleanor H. Pearsall to her sister, Henrietta (Warder) Chrisman, from 1877-1884.

Letters, 1877.

Letters, 1878 (January - June).

Letters, 1878 (July - December).

Letters, 1879.

Letters, 1880 (January - August).

Letters, 1880 (November - December).

Letters, 1881-1882.

Letters, 1883.

Letters, 1884 (February - August).

Letters, 1884 (September - December).

Letters, 1836-1919, found with EHP letters.

Copies of her outgoing correspondence filed with related letters; names of correspondents were added (by ECjr?) to top right corner

Letters, n. d. and 1864, of Henrietta Warder Pearsall to her aunt, Ann Warder.

Letter, 1844, from J. G., to Eleanor H. Warder and Henrietta Warder.

Caroline Warder (Cadbury) Shipley (1873-1962): letters, 1883-1900.
Box 102
Contents include:

Letters, 1883-1949, of Caroline Warder (Cadbury) Shipley [daughter of John Warder Cadbury and Rebecca Warner Cadbury], to her cousin, Emma Cadbury Jr.

Letters, 1883-1889.

Letters, 1890-1891.

Letters, 1892-1893.

Letters, 1894-1897.

Letters, 1898-1900.

Ann Warder (1758-1829): letters, etc., 1795-1825.
Box 103
Related Materials

Microfilm available of Ann Warder diary, also handwritten transcript in Ms. Coll. 975A

Contents include:

Letters, 1795 [numbered letters, #37 to #51, according to note with folder #47 is missing]

Letter #39 (in a series of letters) from Ann Warder to her husband in which she closely details her activities. Letter dated April 15-26, 1795.

Letters, 1802-1803.

Letters, 1804 [includes some letters from Mordecai Yarnall and others].

Letters, 1805-1810.

Letters, 1811-1812.

Letters, 1813.

Letters, 1814-1816.

Letters, 1817-1820.

Letters, 1825.

Other:

"Some account of Esther McDoll as related by herself in Philadelphia, 2nd mo. 1804" manuscript in hand of Ann Warder [also typed transcript of same].

Misc. Ann Warder material. includes: letter of Frances C. Ferris note of MHJ regarding Emma Cadbury's work with AW letters in 1920 typed transcript of Ann Warder related material, account book related to typing of transcripts of AW letters

Handwritten and typed transcript of Diary of Ann Warder [in hand of John W. Cadbury], printed extracts edited by Sarah Cadbury.

Ann Warder (1758-1829): diary (transcripts and extracts).
Box 104
Contents include:

Diary of Ann Warder. Handwritten and typed transcript by John W. Cadbury (volume 1: ca. 12 mo. 14, 1786 - 5 mo. 20, 1787?) [removed from 3-ring binder labeled "copy ms. Ann Warder's Diary vol. I"]. Also a few pages of 20th-century correspondence concerning Ann Warder's diary and other (family?) papers.

Diary of Ann Warder. Handwritten and typed transcript by John W. Cadbury (volume 2: ca. 6 mo. 6, 1786 - 8 mo. 24, 1787) [removed from 3-ring binder labeled "copy ms. Ann Warder's Diary vol. II"]

"Extracts from the Diary of Ann Warder. Contributed by Sarah Cadbury. Reprinted from 'The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography,' January and April, 1894" [3 copies with handwritten annotations by Sarah Cadbury].

Ann Warder (1824-1866): poetry notebooks, scrapbook, account book.
Box 105
Contents include:

Poetry belonging to Ann Warder (handwritten copies in various hands).

Poetry notebook, ca. 1833-1841, containing copied poems by various authors.

Poetry notebooks, 1841, containing copied poems by various authors [3 volumes].

Poetry notebook, ca. 1841-1844, containing copied poems by various authors.

Poetry notebook, 1844-1848, containing copied poems by various authors (includes Quaker women poets).

Poetry notebook, 1848-1853, containing copied poems by various authors (E.M.T. and her sister Lydia M. Tucker).

Poetry notebook, 1853-1860, containing copied poems by various authors (E.M.T. and her sister Lydia M. Tucker).

Poetry notebook, ca. 1859, containing copied poems by various authors (E.M.T. and her sister Lydia M. Tucker).

Scrapbook of newspaper clippings of poems by women, ca. 1840s-1850s.

Account book (cash book), 1844-1848 [includes many entries for leeches].

John Warder (1751-1828): letters, diary, land and business papers, estate papers.
Box 106
Contents include:

Warder-Cadbury correspondence, 1788-1828. [typed transcripts] Includes letters by : Elizabeth Cadbury (1768-1851), Benjamin Head (1763-1798), John Head (1759-1812), Ann Warder (1758-1829), John Warder (1751-1828)

Letters, 1794-1801, of John Warder to family.

Diary, 1805-1806, and memorandum book, 1801-1805 [in 1 volume]

Land and business related papers, ca. 1794-1842, of John Warder (land is in Huntingdon County, Pa.).

Land and business related papers, ca. 1770-1799, of John Warder, includes : 6 letters and a document of General Henry Lee (of Va.); also letters of Pierce Butler.

Land and business related papers, ca. 1800-1809, of John Warder, includes : 2 letters of General Henry Lee (of Va.)

John Warder estate related papers, ca. 1828-1836.

John Warder (1751-1828) and Ann Head Warder (1758-1829) family: letters, silhouettes, account books of their children and their families.
Box 107
Contents include:

Portrait silhouettes and obituaries.

Letter, 1842, of George Vaux Bacon and Sally Ann (Kirkbride) Bacon. [GVB is son of Mary Ann (Warder) Bacon (1782-1865), the daughter of John and Ann Warder]; letter, 1882, of Mary Ann Bacon (b. 1812) (daughter of John and Mary Ann (Warder) Bacon. Also wedding announcements.

Letters, 1835-1851, of family of Elizabeth (Warder) Janney (1793-1851) and Israel Janney, also silhouettes. includes : Ann Warder Janney, Caroline Warder Janney, Elizabeth [(Warder) Janney], Jeremiah Warder (1780-1849) and Ann Aston Warder family.

Letters, 1808-1861, from family of Jeremiah Warder (1780-1849) and Ann Aston Warder [with notes on writers by MHJ]. includes: Edward Cummings, Caroline (Warder) [?], Elizabeth B. (Haines) Warder, George A. Warder, John A. Warder, Mary A. Warder

Mary Price Warder, John Head Warder (1784-1843) and Abigail Hoskins Warder family, "Memorandum left by my, dear A. H. W. ..." 1831 [Abigail Hoskins Warder (d. 1832)].

Letters to JHW from his parents, brothers and sisters; also Mordecai Yarnall, in various combinations. includes: Ann Warder (1758-1829), Benjamin H. Warder (1796-1857), Caroline Warder (1801-1868), Elizabeth Warder (1793-1851), Jeremiah Warder (1780-1849), John Warder (1751-1828), William S. Warder (1791-1831)

Letters, 1840-1867, from members of family of John H. Warder (1784-1843) and Abigail Hoskins Warder (d. 1832), also letters from family friends. includes: Charles Chapin [brother-in-law of Charles Warder], Henrietta Warder Chrisman; S. Penn English [to William Warder], Ann Warder (1824-1866), Charles Warder (d. 1867), Eleanor Warder, Henrietta Warder, John H. Warder, Mary Chapin Warder [wife of Charles Warder].

Cash book and receipt book, 1837-1873, of John H. Warder [son of John H. Warder (1784-1843)?]

Receipt book, 1817-1842, of William Savery Warder (1791-1831) for "Burlington Brewery," also includes estate receipts.

Letter, 1765, of Thomas Livesy to Caroline Warder. [manuscript copy?]

Letters, 1849-1866, found clipped together and labeled "unidentified." [found with other Warder family material]

John H. Warder (1784-1843) papers; also Eleanor Hoskins (d. 1835), Henrietta Hoskins (d. 1852), Benjamin H. Warder (1796-1857), Charles Warder (d. 1867), John Warder (1751-1828), Jeremiah Warder (1780-1849): letters, business and estate papers.
Box 108
Contents include:

Letters, 1805-1832, of John Head Warder to family. [5 letters]

Business and estate papers, 1811-1813, [concerning the firm of Warder & Brothers, also Warder & Sons]. [Note : these papers are related to estate of Philadelphian Richard C. Jones decd and [assigned] estate of John Fry (of London, and of firm Fry & Spolding, which had failed). Fry died during the settlement process. Richard C. Jones evidently had a legal claim against the firm (for salary due him) when he died and John Warder is trying to settle RCJ's estate and is having difficulty collecting from trustees of John Fry. DR 1994]

Business and land papers, 1810-1830. Content related to above.

Business and land papers, ca. 1815-1819. Content related to above.

Business and land papers, ca. 1820-1829. Content related to above.

Business and land papers, ca. 1830-1839. Content related to above.

Estate related papers, ca. 1840-1867 of John H. Warder (d. 1843), Jeremiah Warder (d. 1849) and Charles Warder (d. 1867).

Estate related papers: 1835, of Eleanor Hoskins (d. 1835, mother of Abigail who m. John Head Warder); ca. 1850-1869, of Henrietta Hoskins (d. 1852) and Benjamin H. Warder (d. 1857).

Warder family: genealogy, Warder School, information on family artifacts, etc.
Box 109
Contents include:

Warder family coat of arms. includes: wax seal impression, photograph, etc.

Warder School in Amsterdam, Holland, funded by the John Warder Trust. includes: correspondence, photocopies, photographs, clippings, printed items, notes, etc.

Warder family genealogy [chiefly research of John W. Cadbury (1912-1989)]. includes: correspondence, notes, clippings, photocopies, photographs, transcripts, etc.

Letters to John W. Cadbury regarding Warder family history.

Correspondence regarding Warder family genealogy between Violet Spencer Thoron (wife of Benjamin Warder Thoron), Warder H. Cadbury and Mary Hoxie Jones.

Material about Warder family artifacts (tankard, teaset, sofa, pipebox, chair, doll house) includes: correspondence, drawings, photographs, notes, printed material, photocopies, etc.

Misc. Warder family material. includes: clippings, material re: John Aston Warder house, list of Warder items.

Cadbury family artifacts.
Box 110
Contents include:

Miniature, painted on ivory, by Burman, undated, of Joel Cadbury Sr. [note in MHJ's (or ECJR.?) hand "probably c. 1815, when he left for Philadelphia"]

Various family coats of arms;

2 hand-painted fire screens, with note "Fire screens, painted probably by either Aunts Maria Ann or Gibbins, been many years in our "present drawer" also on our parlor mantel in older days - Now presented to 'Elizabeth Bartram' in memory of her Father's family - 6 mo. 19, 1915."

Pin, inscribed on back "J.C. to H.K." with lock of hair "J.C. to H.K., Hannah Kendrick served in the shop of R.T. Cadbury, Birmingham Engd. when Joel Cadbury was a boy. Joel Cadbury's hair. To Joel Cadbury (Jr.) From S & EC. 4 mo. 1915" [note accompanying box]

3 medals in box [belonged to Anna K. Cadbury?]

Purple beaded needlecase (trimmed with fish scales and beads, with gold darning (?) needle inside) with accompanying letter of Emma Cadbury Sr. to Emma Cadbury Jr. telling provenance of case from cousins Sarah and Elizabeth Cash, ca. 1853.

Metal plate for calling cards of Elizabeth Cadbury, also box of calling cards.

Quaker doll [4" high, in olive green dress, cream shawl] and Austrian doll [2 5/8" high, in red skirt]. Notes with dolls says Quaker doll dressed by Rebecca Evans and given by Emma Cadbury to namesake Emma Cadbury Burton and then to MHJ.

Seals of Joel Cadbury (wax seals and the "Demosthenes Seal" [and chain]), tortoise shell box [given by R.T. Cadbury to John Warder in 1820 and by Joel Cadbury to William H. Bacon in 1870, inscribed on each end of box]

Spectacles (3 pair sunglasses, 1 regular), small "butter" (?) knife with horn (?) handle, mother of pearl bobbin in box inscribed "Elizabeth Cadbury, a small token of love from her affec. cousin, Edward Cadbury, 8 mo. 1853"

Book "Souvenirs de la Suisse" signed by various Cadburys and dated 18th of 9 mo. 1860.

Stone taken from the excavations at S. Cadbury and given to MHJ in 1968.

Locket of Elizabeth Head Cadbury inscribed Richard Tapper Cadbury (died 1860, aged 96 years).

Bertha's socks (handknit or crocheted).

Cadbury family artifacts.
Box 111
Contents include:

3 plates used for illustrations [in Sarah Cadbury's "Reminiscent Record"?]

Dinner napkin of Sarah Cadbury (daughter of Joel and Caroline Warder Cadbury) marked "S.M." Sarah Moon, the maiden name of her great-grandmother, Sarah [Moon] Cadbury who died 8 mo. 1811. [from note on provenance on napkin]

"A Toy Globe" paper, cloth tape and string globe "Pubhd. by L.L. Hitchcock No. 82 Nth. 2d St."

Handmade Christmas card, 1902, with poem, cutout and pasted illustrations.

Notes, correspondence and photograph regarding portrait (and restoration attempt of same) of Joel Cadbury Sr.

Locks of hair - Ann Warder, John Warder, Joel Cadbury Jr., Mary Ann Cadbury, Joel Cadbury Sr. Also 2 small booklets, 1852, 1853, of family hair and poetry (Joel and Caroline W. Cadbury family).

Information regarding Sarah Cadbury's sewing basket.

Photograph and correspondence regarding sampler made ca. 1732 by Hannah Head (dau. of John and Rebecca Mase Head).

Notes, photographs and other material regarding Cadbury family artifacts (put together by Mary Hoxie Jones). [folder 1 of 2]

Notes, photographs and other material regarding Cadbury family artifacts (put together by Mary Hoxie Jones). [folder 2 of 2]

Examples of wax seals of Richard Tapper Cadbury, John Cadbury, Joel Cadbury.

Memorandum re: silhouettes found among possessions of Emma C. Cadbury.

Cadbury family artifacts.
Box 112
Contents include:

Handmade friendship calendar with verses, photographs and illustrations pasted in for Anna K. Cadbury, put together by Rachel and John Cadbury from contributions from family and friends of AKC. Given as Christmas gift, 1914.

"Silhouettes of John and Ann Warder, also Joel Cadbury?"

"Ann Warder miniature on ivory & daguerreotype of same time" [does this refer to dag. in photo box 139?]

Wooden box lid with plate engraved "Presented by J. Archer to Wm. Savery Warder" [accompanying photocopy of letter says this is a lid to a shaving case]

Key to mahogany work box.

Warder family artifacts.
Contents include:

Silhouettes of John and Ann Warder and children and children's spouses, as well as correspondence concerning "profiles." Includes, "book of profiles belonging to Ann Warder 1842."

Mary Hoxie Jones: doll and doll's tea set.
Box 113
Contents include:

Doll, with note "Returned by Betty MacPherson. [signed] A."

Also wrapped separately on shelf: Doll's tea set, given to MHJ by either Anna K. Cadbury or the Aunts Cadbury (Elizabeth, Sarah, Emma Sr.)

Physical Location

Mary Hoxie Jones borrowed the doll in 1996; it was never returned.

E.W. Bacon and Lillie.
Box 114
William Henry Bacon.
Jeannie H. Bacon.
John Bacon and Mary Ann Bacon.
Brown family. Thomas K. Brown (1851-1929) and family.
Contents include:

Thomas K. Brown.

Caroline C. Brown.

Thomas K. Brown and Caroline Cadbury Brown [together].

Lydia C. Brown.

Photographs from envelope labeled "Thos. K. Brown and wife" (various Brown and Cadbury relatives)

Brown family photographs (many group photographs) [many of these photographs have paper labels attached identifying photos, in whose hand?]

Joel Cadbury Sr. (1799-1870) and Caroline Warder Cadbury (1801-1868) and their children.
Box 115
Contents include:

Joel Cadbury Sr. (1799-1870) m. Caroline Warder (1801-1868) and family.

William Warder Cadbury (1832-1859), Caroline Warder (Cadbury) Carter (1834-1867), Mary Ann Cadbury (1823-1861) and Elizabeth Cadbury (1829-1915). includes: above, individually and in group photographs.

Elizabeth Cadbury (1829-1915), Emma Cadbury Sr. (1843-1923) and Sarah Cadbury (1840-1918) [the "3 Aunts Cadbury"]. includes: above, individually and in group photographs at South Bristol, Me. in 1896.

Elizabeth Cadbury (1829-1915), Emma Cadbury Sr. (1843-1923) and Sarah Cadbury (1840-1918) [the "3 Aunts Cadbury"]. includes: above, individually and in group photographs; includes handwritten list (Sarah's hand?) of numbered photos. 1-13 (#s 3,4,11,12 in this envelope).

Glass plate negative of Elizabeth Cadbury (1829-1915), Emma Cadbury Sr. (1843-1923) and Sarah Cadbury (1840-1918) [the "3 Aunts Cadbury"].

Photographs of Elizabeth Cadbury (1829-1915).

Photographs of Emma Cadbury Sr. (1843-1923).

Photographs of Sarah Cadbury (1840-1918). includes: above, Emma Cadbury Sr., Martha Hack, many other friends

Group photographs of Joel and Caroline Warder Cadbury family. includes: Caroline Warder Cadbury, Elizabeth Cadbury, Emma Cadbury Sr., Joel Cadbury Sr., Joel Cadbury Jr., John Warder Cadbury, Mary Ann Cadbury, Richard Cadbury, Sarah Cadbury, William Warder Cadbury, Caroline Warder (Cadbury) Carter, Anna Potts, Elizabeth Potts, Mary Potts

"Joel and Caroline Cadbury. Property of Lydia C. Cadbury" 11 mo. 1858.

Two daguerreotypes of Joel and Caroline Cadbury with children, 1845 [large size]

Richard Cadbury (1825-1897) and family.
Box 116
Contents include:

Richard Tapper Cadbury, 1852 and RTC, no date. [2 photos]

Joel Cadbury Sr., 1853.

Joel Cadbury Sr., ca. 1860

Joel and Caroline Cadbury, ca. 1853?

Joel and Caroline Cadbury, 1858.

Elizabeth, Richard and Mary Ann Cadbury, 1845.

Elizabeth, Richard and Mary Ann Cadbury, 1845.

Emma, Joel, John, Sarah Cadbury, 1858.

Caroline, William, Elizabeth, Mary Ann Cadbury, 1858.

Ann Cadbury, 1852.

Maria Cadbury, 1852.

Mary Ann and Elizabeth Cadbury, 1853.

Sarah and Emma Cadbury, 1853.

Emma Cadbury Sr., 1858.

Maria and Ann Cadbury.

James and Lucretia Cadbury.

"Unidentified, probably Warders, possibly Sarah Cadbury Cash with 2 daughters but the photos may have been returned to England" [note refers to list of dags. - see folder in box]

folder with list of daguerreotypes [and notations by Elizabeth B. Jones?]

Physical Description

Primarily daguerreotypes.

Richard T. Cadbury (1853-1929) and family.
Contents include:

[Primarily daguerreotypes.]

Richard Tapper Cadbury, 1852 and RTC, no date. [2 photos]

Joel Cadbury Sr., 1853.

Joel Cadbury Sr., ca. 1860

Joel and Caroline Cadbury, ca. 1853?

Joel and Caroline Cadbury, 1858.

Elizabeth, Richard and Mary Ann Cadbury, 1845.

Elizabeth, Richard and Mary Ann Cadbury, 1845.

Emma, Joel, John, Sarah Cadbury, 1858.

Caroline, William, Elizabeth, Mary Ann Cadbury, 1858.

Ann Cadbury, 1852.

Maria Cadbury, 1852.

Mary Ann and Elizabeth Cadbury, 1853.

Sarah and Emma Cadbury, 1853.

Emma Cadbury Sr., 1858.

Maria and Ann Cadbury.

James and Lucretia Cadbury.

"Unidentified, probably Warders, possibly Sarah Cadbury Cash with 2 daughters but the photos may have been returned to England" [note refers to list of dags. - see folder in box]

folder with list of daguerreotypes [and notations by Elizabeth B. Jones?]

John E. Carter (1838-1922) and family.
Contents include:

Richard Tapper Cadbury, 1852 and RTC, no date. [2 photos]

Joel Cadbury Sr., 1853.

Joel Cadbury Sr., ca. 1860

Joel and Caroline Cadbury, ca. 1853?

Joel and Caroline Cadbury, 1858.

Elizabeth, Richard and Mary Ann Cadbury, 1845.

Elizabeth, Richard and Mary Ann Cadbury, 1845.

Emma, Joel, John, Sarah Cadbury, 1858.

Caroline, William, Elizabeth, Mary Ann Cadbury, 1858.

Ann Cadbury, 1852.

Maria Cadbury, 1852.

Mary Ann and Elizabeth Cadbury, 1853.

Sarah and Emma Cadbury, 1853.

Emma Cadbury Sr., 1858.

Maria and Ann Cadbury.

James and Lucretia Cadbury.

and 19. "Unidentified, probably Warders, possibly Sarah Cadbury Cash with 2 daughters but the photos may have been returned to England" [note refers to list of dags. - see folder in box]

folder with list of daguerreotypes [and notations by Elizabeth B. Jones?]

Material Specific Details

Primarily daguerreotypes.

Cadbury family photographs (American).
Box 116 A
Contents include:

Henry J. Cadbury alone, with another person and in groups. 50 items.

John W. Cadbury

Emma and Caroline Cadbury et al at Bryn Mawr College, class of 1897

Cadbury fmaily reunion on 80th birthday of Emma Cadbury, 1922

Richard T. Cadbury; also Elizabeth and Richard Cadbury [includes reproducation of painting of Richard Cadbury (1835-1899) [from a painting by Percy Bigland, 1925. This is oversized and is next to the Cadbury photo box]

Elizabeth and Joel Cadbury in group

Leah Cadbury

Richard T. and Caroline Cadbury as children (daguerreotype) and a second image of Sarah Cadbury

Joel Cadbury (daguerreotype)

Cadbury family gathering 1965 with Cadbury pedigree, 1924

Silhouettes of Joel and Caroline Warder Cadbury on blocks for printing

Richard and Helen Cadbury and children

Cadburys and others at a banquet. 10 items. [many identifications on back]

Helen Cadbury

Small photos of various Cadbury family members

Cadbury family members. Several copies, with identifications by Mary Hoxie Jones.

Richard Cadbury (1825-1897) and Lydia Comfort Cadbury (1828-1904) family: photograph album (members of Brown, Cadbury, Haines, Pike, Shinn, Shipley and Troth families). Cadbury family photograph album (Barrow, Cadbury, Cash, Garrett, Gibbins).
Box 117
Contents include:

Richard Cadbury (1825-1897) family photographs

Richard T. Cadbury (1853-1929) family photographs

John E. Carter (1838-1922) family photographs

John Warder Cadbury (1836-1925) family photographs

Richard Cadbury (1825-1897) m. Lydia Comfort Shinn (1828-1904) and family. includes: Elizabeth Allen, L. C. B. [Lydia Comfort Brown?], Caroline Cadbury, Emma Cadbury Jr., Lydia Shinn Cadbury, Richard Cadbury, Richard T. Cadbury, Sarah S. Cadbury, Edward Laurence Richie

"Richard and Lydia Cadbury day they passed Meeting 1850."

"Richard and Lydia Cadbury 1857."

Photo-album of [Richard and Lydia Cadbury].

[Sarah, Caroline and Richard Cadbury, 1858].

Richard T. Cadbury (1853-1929) m. Helen Virginia Nathans (1863-1907) and family. includes: A. Philips Bush, Arthur Philips Bush III, DeBlois Bush, Helen C. Bush, Helen (Cadbury) Bush, Earl Shinn Cadbury, Helen (Nathans) Cadbury, Olive C. Cadbury, Richard Cadbury (1885-1966), Richard Tapper Cadbury, Leah T. (Cadbury) Furtmuller, Emma Gibbins, Ann (Bush) Head, Martha Comfort (Bush) Longstreth, Patty Bush Longstreth, Nancy Bush Robbins

Caroline Warder Cadbury (1834-1867) m. John Elliot Carter (1838-1922) and family. includes: Alice Carter, Caroline "Carrie" Carter, Caroline Cadbury Carter, Elizabeth "Bessie" Carter, Frances Pim Carter, Hannah Carter, John E. Carter, John Pim Carter, Mary Pim Carter, Sarah "Sallie" Carter

John Warder Cadbury (1836-1925) and family. includes: John Warder Cadbury, John Warder Cadbury Jr., Joel Cadbury, Esther Cadbury, Carrie Cadbury, Nellie Cadbury, Hannah Warder Cadbury, Wm. Edward Cadbury, Eleanor Anne Cadbury, Caroline Warder Cadbury, R. W. Cadbury and daughter, Esther Head Cadbury

Extended Cadbury family photograph albums.
Box 118
Contents include:

See tree #4 in John Crosfield's A history of the Cadbury family

Photograph album of Richard Cadbury (1825-1897) and Lydia Comfort Cadbury (1828-1904) ["RLCC 1862." on title page]. includes: photos of members of Brown, Cadbury, Haines, Pike, Shinn, Shipley and Troth families.

Photograph album. [one photo has inscription "E.G. to Eliza. C. USA, 1841" (Emma Gibbins?)] includes: photos of members of Barrow, Cadbury, Cash, Garrett and Gibbins families.

Joel Cadbury Jr. (1838-1923) and Anna K. Cadbury (1846-1923) family.
Box 119
Contents include:

Photograph album of Joel and Anna K. Cadbury, beginning ca. 1869 [around time of their marriage]. includes: photos of members of Cadbury, Carter, Lowry, Warder, Warner, etc. families.

Photograph album of Anna K. Cadbury, ca. 1875 (all children's photos). includes: photos of members of Atlee, Bacon, Baily, Bell, Corse, Emlen, Howell, Jones, Mason, Scattergood and Shoemaker families.

Photograph album of Anna K. Cadbury. includes: photos of members of various relatives and friends, also famous persons.

Joel Cadbury Jr. (1838-1923) and Anna K. Cadbury (1846-1923) family.
Box 120
Related Materials

For additional oversized photograph of home of Joel Cadbury Jr. and Anna K. Cadbury, see 988E, Miscellaneous.

Contents include:

Joel Cadbury Jr., 1856.

Joel Cadbury Jr., to sister Emma, 1857.

Joel Cadbury Jr., to sister Emma, 1865.

Joel Cadbury Jr., to A.K. Lowry, 1869.

Joel Cadbury Jr.

Anna K. Cadbury.

Joel Cadbury Jr. and Anna K. Cadbury together.

Group photographs of children of Joel and Anna K. Cadbury.

Photographs of 254 E. Main Street (home of Joel and Anna K. Cadbury).

Family group photographs, not dated.

Family group photographs, 1887.

Family group photographs, 1893.

Family group photographs, ca. 1893.

Joel Cadbury Jr. (1838-1923) and Anna K. Cadbury (1846-1923) family.
Box 121
Contents include:

Family reunions and family group photographs.

1897, 1900, Dec. 1901, 1907, 1908, 1909, 1910, 1911, 1912, 1914, 1915, 1916, 1917, 1919, 1921, 1922, 1927.

Joel Cadbury Jr. (1838-1923) and Anna K. Cadbury (1846-1923) family.
Box 122
Contents include:

Family reunions and family group photographs.

1933, 1934, 1936, 1937.

1947.

1950, 1956.

1961, 1967.

1965. [mostly correspondence, lists, etc. related to set-up of party]

1986. [mostly correspondence, lists, etc. related to set-up of party]

Benjamin Cadbury (1873-1953) family.
Box 123
Contents include:

Benjamin Cadbury (1873-1955) m.1 Anna Mary Moore (1873-1932), m.2 Anna Benajah Dudley (1883-1968) and family. includes: Anna B. D. Cadbury, Anna (Moore) Cadbury, Benjamin Cadbury, Benjamin Bartram Cadbury, Elizabeth Ann Cadbury, Emma Cadbury Jr., Henry Joel Cadbury, Joel Cadbury Jr., Joel Benjamin Cadbury, John Warder Cadbury, Joseph Moore Cadbury, Lucille (Smith) Cadbury, group photo of wedding of Joseph Moore Cadbury and Lucille (Smith) Cadbury, Margaret Shippen Cadbury, William Warder Cadbury, Lucille M. [Graves?], Fritz Jahmel, Judith Jahmel.

Related Materials

See tree #4 in John Crosfield's A history of the Cadbury family.

John Warder Cadbury (1880-1948) family.
Contents include:

John Warder Cadbury (1880-1948) m. Rachel Comfort Reeve (1880-1969) and family. includes: Alison Harvey Cadbury, "Tessa" Elizabeth H. (Rowntree) Cadbury, Emma Cadbury Jr., Henry J. Cadbury, John Warder Cadbury, John Warder Cadbury II, "Jack" John Warder Cadbury III, Rachel R. Cadbury, Thomas Lloyd Cadbury, Comfort Cary Richardson, Mary K. (Harvey) Rowntree, Grace Turner, also: photos of houses

Emma Cadbury Jr. (1875-1965), John Warder Cadbury (1880-1948), William Warder Cadbury (1877-1959) and cousin Eleanor Anne Cadbury (1875-1952): photograph albums of 1901 trip to Europe.
Box 124
Contents include:

"The summer of 1901. Volume I. ECJ."

"The summer of 1901. Volume II. ECJ."

"The summer of 1901. Volume II. ECJ."

Photograph album pages, from 1901 trip. [paper matches that of volume 3]

Emma Cadbury Jr. (1875-1965): photograph album of Vienna Center workers, items laid in, 1935, 1923-1934.
Contents include:

Also filed here are loose items found laid in front of album, as follows:

Pen and ink drawing of Singerstrasse 16 in Vienna, inscribed on reverse "E. Cadbury from Youth Club, Christmas 1934, Singerstrasse 16, Vienna. AFSC headquarters"

Group photograph, some persons identified (by ECJr.), with inscription on reverse "With many good wishes to Maria Kiesler and her husband, from their friend. Eleanor Evans Garrett. Logan, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, March 1923"

Photograph of Singerstrasse 16.

Photographs of relief workers (1934) found in back pocket of album, with typed lists of names and addresses (1934, Vienna).

Emma Cadbury Jr. (1875-1965): Vienna related photographs.
Box 125
Contents include:

Photographs belonging to Emma Cadbury Jr. [found loose in file cabinet drawer when processing collection]

Framed photograph of Singerstrasse 16, Vienna.

"Vienna Center - various dates"

"Pictures of Stefansdom and letter from Herr Paukowski" 1949.

"Pictures of Vienna connected with Singerstrasse 16 (also Post War)"

Emma Cadbury Jr. (1875-1965).
Box 126
Contents include:

Emma Cadbury Jr. (1875-1965). Includes negatives from check stub books, 1900-1906.

Emma Cadbury Jr. (1875-1965), various birthday parties.

Vienna area? "Grunau"? [1958]

"AFSC" on envelope [MHJ's hand]. Includes photographs of Bulgarian refugees, 1927-1927, mostly all identified; photographs, 1917, "Gruny" [France?] from a small envelope labeled "Gruny Pictures for Dr. Jones book"

[these few photographs found together]

"Passport photos of EC"

Tree #1 Gibbins and Hack families.
Box 127
Related Materials

See tree #1 in John Crosfield's A history of the Cadbury family.

Contents include:

Richard Tapper Cadbury (1768-1860) family. includes: James Cadbury, Ann Cadbury, Maria Cadbury, Lucretia Cadbury, Sarah Barrow, Emma Joel Gibbins, Elizabeth Head Cadbury, Richard Tapper Cadbury, John Cadbury, Benjamin Head Cadbury, Joel Cadbury

Emma Joel Cadbury (1811-1905) m. Thomas Gibbins family. includes: Emma Joel Gibbins, Emma Gibbins, Alice Clibborn, Maurice Gibbins, R.C. Gibbins, Elizabeth B. Cadbury, Thomas Gibbins, Benjamin Gibbins and many others in group photographs. Also: notebook of photographs of English relatives' houses, inscribed "Caroline W. Carter from her attached cousin, William Gibbins, 18th 8 mo. 1862"

"Gibbins-Hack". includes: Fanny Eliza Carter, Mary Emma Carter, Emma Gibbins, Thomas Gibbins, Daniel Hack, Martha Hack, Mary P. Hack, Priscilla Hack, Celia Scarr, also: "Fir Croft" [house]

"Benjamin Gibbins (1850-1904), Emma Gibbins (1852-1934), daughter of Emma Joel (Cadbury) and Thomas Gibbins". includes: Emma Gibbins, Benjamin Gibbins, unidentified group photos

"Richard Cadbury Gibbins (1846-1928), Caroline Lloyd, their children and grandchildren, Robert Lloyd, Hugh, G. Maurier, David, Roland, Rachel, Marjorie". includes: Caroline Cadbury, Emma Cadbury, Alice Clibborn, Caroline Gibbins, Caroline Lloyd Gibbins, David Gibbins, Dearman Mennell Gibbins, Emma Gibbins, George Maurier Gibbins, Hugh Gibbins, Julius Bernard Gibbins, Lloyd Gibbins, Marjorie Gibbins, Marjorie Ellis Gibbins, Rachel J. Gibbins, Richard Cadbury Gibbins, Richard Karl Gibbins, Robert Ellis Gibbins, Robert Lloyd Gibbins, Roland B. Gibbins, Wilfred David Gibbins, Leslie A. Smith, Rachel A. Smith

"Daniel and Martha Gibbins Hack (daughter of Thomas and Emma Joel (Cadbury) Gibbins)" includes: Daniel Hack, Martha Hack, and Daniel and Martha together

Tree #1 Gibbins and Hack families. Also Cash, Shewell and Clibborn families.
Box 128
Related Materials

See tree #1 in John Crosfield's A history of the Cadbury family.

Contents include:

"John Gibbins (1848-1931) m.1 Bertha Robinson, m.2 M. Louisa Welch. Ada, daughter of Bertha. Martha, John, children of Louisa. Francis, Roger." includes: Ada Gibbins, Bertha Gibbins, Francis Gibbins, John Gibbins, John Gibbins Jr., M. Louisa Gibbins, Martha Gibbins, Roger Gibbins, also: "Horns Boon" [house]

"Thomas Gibbins (1842-1908)"

"William Gibbins (1840-1933) m. Phoebe Waterhouse, Waterhouse Gibbins, Edith G. Cotterell, Lucy G. Sturge" includes: Edith Cotterell, Marian Bellows Gibbins, Phoebe Gibbins, William Gibbins, William Waterhouse Gibbins, Lucy Gibbins Sturge, Monica Dorothea Sturge, William Henry Sturge, Wilson Waterhouse Sturge, also: "Hewletts, near Cheltenham" [house]

"Daniel and Eliza Hack - parents of Daniel Hack, Priscilla Hack, Mary Pryor Hack" includes: D. Pryor Hack, Daniel Pryor Hack, Eliza Hack, M. P. Hack, Priscilla Hack

"Cash, Shewell, Clibborn" includes envelope of Clibborn family: Bessie Carter (of Phila.), Alice Clibborn, Edward Clibborn, Josephine Clibborn, Mary Clibborn, Mary C. Clibborn, Mary S. Clibborn, Emma Gibbins, Miss Sinton (companion), envelope of Cash family: Elizabeth N. Cash, Sarah Moon Cash, also: Bessis Clibborn (1899 w/ bike) and Edward Clibborn Bewley

Tree #3 Benjamin Head Cadbury (1798-1880) family. Photo-album and scrapbook of [Hannah Cadbury (1830-1904)?].
Box 129
Contents include:

Photos of Benjamin Head Cadbury and other English Cadbury family members reproduced on a large sheet, with identifications on a separate sheet by Mary Hoxie Jones. See tree #3 in John Crosfield's A history of the Cadbury family.

"Benjamin Head Cadbury (1788-1880) and Candia Wadkin Cadbury (1803-1887)", envelope of photos - "B.H. Cadbury and family," envelope of photos - "Candia Cadbury"

"Pendlehurst sisters" [daughters of BHC and CWC]. includes: Caroline Cadbury Brown, Caroline Cadbury, Elizabeth Head Cadbury, Emma Cadbury, Hannah Cadbury, Mary Cadbury, Sarah Cadbury, Susan Shipley

"Pendlehurst Cadburys" photos of house and grounds

"J. Hotham and Marjorie Cadbury 1878-1946" includes: Anthony Cadbury, Emma Cadbury, M. Christabel Cadbury, Marjorie Hotham, Michael Cadbury

"Joel and Maria Hotham Cadbury 1838 - Hotham and Christabel" includes: Joel Cadbury, J. Hotham Cadbury, M. Christabel Cadbury, Maria Hotham Cadbury, also: house photos, group photos

"Leila C. Wilson, adopted daughter of Joel and Maria Hotham Cadbury - Frieda C. Stubbs, ditto" includes:, Frieda Cadbury, J. Wilson, Leila Cadbury Wilson, S. G. Wilson

Photo-album and scrapbook, ca. 1860-1882 [possibly of Hannah Cadbury (1830-1904)] Album contains photos of N.Y.C., Philadelphia, St. Louis, Washington, D.C., Toronto, Niagara Falls, Haverford College, etc. Also clippings, advertisements, facsimiles, watercolor paintings of local area, etc.

Tree #5 John Cadbury (1801-1889) family.
Box 130
Related Materials

See tree #5 in John Crosfield's A history of the Cadbury family.

Contents include:

John Cadbury (1801-1889) and family. includes: Candia B. Cadbury, Edward Cadbury, Henry Cadbury, John Cadbury, John Cadbury Jr., Joseph Fairfax, Maria Cadbury Fairfax, also: "Hemyock" [house]

Richard Cadbury (1835-1899) m.1 Elizabeth Adlington (1838-1868) and family. includes: Charles Alexander, Helen Alexander, Beatrice (Cadbury) Boeke, Kees Boeke, "Daisy" (Cadbury) Bradley, Arnold Butler, Edith (Cadbury) Butler, William Cadbury Butler, Barrow Cadbury, Caroline Agnes (Sr.) Cadbury, Edward or George Jr.? Cadbury, Elizabeth Adlington Cadbury, Emma Jane Wilson Cadbury, George Cadbury, Geraldine (Southall) Cadbury, John Cadbury, Mary Tyler Cadbury, Richard Cadbury, William A. Cadbury, Jessie (Cadbury) Clarke, Thomas G. Clarke, Joseph Fairfax, Maria C. Fairfax, Emmeline Wilson Cadbury (w/ children), also: "Uffculme" [house]

Barrow Cadbury (1862-1958) and family. includes: Barrow Cadbury, Dorothy Cadbury, "Cherry" Geraldine Mary Cadbury, Geraldine Southall Cadbury, Paul Cadbury, Mary Hoxie Jones

Jessie (Cadbury) Clarke (1865-1956) and family. includes: Jessie Cadbury Clarke, Mary Clarke, Richard Thomas Victor Clarke, Thomas George Clarke, group photo of wedding of JC and TC

Richard Cadbury Jr. (1868-1935) and family. includes: Arthur Richard Cadbury, Eveline A. Cadbury, Richard Cadbury Jr., Beth Clarke, Iona (Cadbury) Humphries, Jonathan Humphries, Mary Hoxie Jones, also: "Lark Hill" [house]

William A. Cadbury (1867-1957) and family. includes: Brandon Cadbury, Constance Cadbury, Emmeline A. Cadbury, Hannah Cadbury, John Cadbury, Richard Cadbury, Richard Tapper Cadbury, William A. Cadbury, John Penny, Mary Penny, Richard Penny, Thomas Penny, Arthur Taylor, Christopher Taylor, Clare Taylor, Elizabeth Taylor, Hannah "Joy" (Cadbury) Taylor James Taylor, Mary Taylor, Matthew [Taylor?], also: "Wast Hills" [house]

Beatrice (Cadbury) Boeke (1884-1976) and family. includes: Beatrice Cadbury Boeke, Cornelis Boeke, Helen Boeke, group photo of wedding party

Edith (Cadbury) Butler (1872-1951) and family. includes: Arnold Butler, Edith Cadbury Butler, Richard Butler

Helen (Cadbury) Alexander Dixon (1877-1969) and family. includes: Charles M. Alexander, also: "Tennessee" [house]

Margaret ("Daisy") (Cadbury) Bradley (1878-1972) and family. includes: Helen C. Alexander, Daisy Bradley, Frederic Bradley, Helen Marguerite Bradley, James Wilson Bradley, John Bradley, Malcolm Bradley, Marguerite Bradley, Neville Bradley, Neville John Bradley, Emma J. Cadbury

Paul S. Cadbury (1895-1984) and family. includes: Catharine Rachel Cadbury, Charles Lloyd Cadbury, Edward Paul Cadbury, Henrietta Margaret Cadbury, Paul Cadbury, Rachel E. Cadbury, Catharine (Cadbury) Hickinbotham, Philippa Helen (Cadbury) Southall, also: group photo (1952)

Cadbury Family reunions in England. includes: 3 mo. 1860 funeral of RTC, 1865: Joel Cadbury with brothers Benjamin Head and James John, Sept. 11, 1931 at Bourneville. Several groupings, including grandchildren and great-grandchildren of Richard and George Cadbury, June 24, 1948: Dame Elizabeth Cadbury's 90th birthday, group photos, including Anna B.D., Rachel R., Lydia C., Emma, Norman, and Rachel Cadbury, as well as Mary Hoxie Jones, HJC, "Wilson Sturge?", Florence Barrow, Christopher B. and Hannah Taylor, October 14, 1982: DAC's 90th birthday for oversized photo of 1931 reunion and for photos of a 1956 reunion (oversized) see Ms. Coll. 988E, miscellaneous pictures

Trees #6 and 7 George Cadbury (1839-1922) family.
Box 131
Contents include:

George Cadbury (1839-1922) and Mary Tylor Cadbury and family (tree #6). includes: Edith Cadbury, Edward Cadbury, Eleanor Cadbury, George Cadbury, George Cadbury Jr., George Woodall Cadbury, John Christopher Cadbury, Mary Tylor Cadbury, also: "Barnes Close" [house], "Primrose Hill, Selly Oak" [house], "Woodbrooke" [house]

"Crosfield family" includes: Eleanor Cadbury Crosfield, grandchildren of Bertram and Eleanor Cadbury Crosfield, grandchildren of John and Edie Crosfield, also: "Westridge" [house]

George Cadbury (1839-1922) and Elizabeth (Mary Taylor) Cadbury (1858-1951) and family (tree #7). includes: Mary Cadbury Breeze, Adrian Cadbury, Bartram Cadbury, Christopher Cadbury, Dorothy (Howitt) Cadbury, Edith (Woodall) Cadbury, Edward Cadbury, Egbert [Cadbury?], Elizabeth ("Elsie") Cadbury, George Cadbury, George Cadbury Jr., Henry T. Cadbury, Jamie Cadbury, Jill Cadbury, Jocelyn Cadbury, Laurence John Cadbury, Roger Cadbury, Ursula Cadbury, Veronica Cadbury, Eleanor C. Crosfield, Marian (Molly) C. Greeves, Norman [Greeves], Dorothea C. Hoyland, Mary Hoxie Jones, Isabel Cadbury Wilson, also: "The Davids" [house], "The Manor" [house]

Laurence John Cadbury (1889-1982), son of George and Elizabeth Mary (Taylor) Cadbury. includes: photo of room with portrait [of above?]

Tree #11 Jeremiah Head (d. 1899) family.
Box 132
Related Materials

See tree #11 in John Crosfield's A history of the Cadbury family

Tree #12 John Barrow (1797-1866) family.
Contents include:

John Barrow (1797-1866) m. 1823 Sarah Cadbury (1797-1878) and family. includes: Caroline (Cash) Barrow, Elizabeth Barrow (1826-1905), George Barrow (1824-1899), John Barrow (1797-1866), John Barrow (b. 1831), Sarah (Cadbury) Barrow

Richard Cadbury Barrow (1827-1894) m. Jane Harrison (b. 1831) and family. includes: Candia Barrow, Florence M. Barrow, Harrison Barrow, John Barrow, Louis Barrow (1865-1948), Margaret Barrow Kelman, Mary (Barrow) Dalston, Richard Barrow, Richard Cadbury Barrow, Richard Martin Barrow, Walter Barrow, Emma Cadbury Jr.

Thomas Barrow (b. 1829) m. Isabel Doull (b. 1833) and family. includes: A. Leonora Barrow, Edith Barrow, Edward David Barrow, George Erskine Barrow, George William Barrow, Isabel Doull Barrow, Sarah Elizabeth Barrow, Thomas Barrow, Thomas Corbyn Barrow, group photo of Sarah Barrow's 80th birthday party

William Barrow (b. 1834) m. Ann Dinah Holmes (b. 1836) and family. includes: Ann (Holmes) Barrow, William Barrow, group photo of wedding of Helena Barrow and Harold Carr (1904), also: "Yewgarth" [house]

Photographs of Barrow family properties.

Contents include:

See tree #5 in John Crosfield's A history of the Cadbury family

Emmeline Cadbury.
Contents include:

See tree #3 in John Crosfield's A history of the Cadbury family

Photo-album and scrapbook, ca. 1860-1882 [possibly of Hannah Cadbury (1830-1904)].
Contents include:

[Hannah was a daughter of Benjamin Head Cadbury, and one of the "Pendlehurst cousins." Hannah and sister Caroline visited the U.S. and their American cousins ca. 1881-1882, the watercolor paintings added to the back of the album are dated 1881-1882, the handwriting throughout the album is very much like Hannah's, the album was given to MHJ by Michael Hotham Cadbury (b. 1915) who is the grandson of Joel Cadbury (1838-1916). Joel was the brother of Hannah and Caroline. DR 12/94]

Album contains photos of N.Y.C., Philadelphia, St. Louis, Washington, D.C., Toronto, Niagara Falls, Haverford College, etc. Also clippings, advertisements, facsimiles, watercolor paintings of local area, etc.

Cadbury family members.
Box 140 (ovs)
Scope and Contents
Contents include:

See trees #6 and #7 in John Crosfield's A history of the Cadbury family

Candia Cadbury (photo of painting from magazine.
Cadbury family portrait of grandchildren & great-grandchildren of Richard and George Cadbury. Bourneville, 1931.
Container Summary

with key

George Cadbury.
Related Materials

See tree #1 in John Crosfield's A history of the Cadbury family

Emma and Alice Gibbins and others.
Alice Carter?.
Dearman? Mennell Gibbins, 1910.
Mary Hoxie Jones.
Box 133
Contents include:

Mary Hoxie Jones, ca. 1947-1984. Found in envelope labeled from Ted Hetzel "MHJ photos Nov. 1984" - many are earlier.

Mary Hoxie Jones, 1985. Honorary degree from Haverford College and Haverford Friends School centennial. [these items removed from photo album during processing]

Misc. photos found with Mary Hoxie Jones's papers.

Mary Hoxie Jones, 1996. Photograph from her 92nd birthday party, with Martha Clancy and Martha's mother, Frances Rhoads.

Rufus M. Jones (1863-1948) family (Sarah Coutant Jones, Lowell Jones, and others).
Box 134
Contents include:

"Coutant family and friends" (folder 1) includes: Coutant family (group), Emma Coutant, James Coutant, Lydia Coutant, Peter Coutant, Sallie Coutant, Grandmother Heaton

"Coutant family and friends" (folder 2; many of these appear to be associated with "Oakwood [Seminary?] and were given to Sallie H. Coutant) includes: Anna Allen, Charles Battey, Mrs. Bendick, Anna Coaley (Mrs. Stevens), Lizzie Hazard, "Mary Powell" [ship], [Satie] Mekeel, Carrie Minard, Hattie O'Hara, Miss Pope, Minnie Prize, Stewart Lyle Purdie, Annie Rushmore, Gertie Shotwell, Smedley Stephens, Rose [Titus?], Mary D. Weaver, also envelopes of photographs: Cemetery where the Coutants are buried, Coutant family house in Ardonia, N.Y., Griggs family, Hart family, Williamson family

"Sallie" [Sarah Coutant Jones] includes: Sallie Coutant, Rufus Jones and Sallie Coutant with Thomas Chase

"Sallie and Lowell" [Sarah Coutant Jones and Lowell Jones] includes: Aunt Mary, Aunt Peace, Clarence Jones, Lowell Jones, Lowell Jones Library, Rufus Jones, Sarah Jones

"Jones family - RMJ's nieces, nephews, great and great-great nephews" includes: [Doris?], Bruce Vernon Kimball, Duncan Kimball, Miriam E. Jones, Herbert Owens, Rufus Jones

Rufus M. Jones (1863-1948) family (Elizabeth B. (Cadbury) Jones, Richard Mott Jones and others).
Box 135
Contents include:

"Oak Grove - students, teachers, 1889-1893" [Maine]. includes: Harry Allen, Grant D. Anthony, Leslie Baily, Lou (m. Charles Taber) Bickford, Greta (Bailey) Bigelow, Cora Burleigh, Nettie Burleigh, Albert Farr, group photo of girls, Harry Hallett, Jeanette Hallett?, Olive (Olive Robbins) Haviland, Guy Healy, Frank Higgins, Willard Marriner, Gertrude Page, Arthur Parkhurst, A. J. Potter, Robbins, Albert, Sawyer, Chester, Smiley, Martha ("no relation to Albert and Alfred"), Thwing, Penelope, Towle, Clifton

"Elizabeth B. Jones" includes: envelopes of photos of Rufus Jones and Elizabeth B. C. Jones [together] and of Elizabeth Bartram Cadbury (Jones), also: group photos of Friends Select School and of Bryn Mawr College Class of 1896, as well as unidentified photographs found with letters to Elizabeth B. Jones

"Richard Mott Jones family" "James P. Jones" includes: Narcissa Jacobs Beale, James P. Jones, Lillian M. S. Jones, Susanna Dudley Jones, Virginia Jones, Virginia C. Jones, Virginia Jones Webber, family group

"Haverford" "Friends" includes: Harriet K. Chase, John B. Garrett, Aldan Simpson, Douglas and Dorothy Steere, Mary R. G. Williams, also: group photo of Haverford Friends School class, 7 College Lane, Haverford Graduate School, Haverford Meeting House, Magill Library, Haverford College after an ice storm

Madeline Jones Walenta (envelope of photos)

Oak Grove Seminary scrapbook, end of 19th century

Rufus M. Jones (1863-1948) family: [relatives of RMJ] Lowry family photographs.
Box 136
Contents include:

"South China, Maine - Pendle Hill - RMJ at Pendle Hill - Views from P.H. - Pine Rock - Old Home - Other South China Pictures"

"Aunt Lizzie & Hattie - Aunt Peace & Mary - Uncle Eli & Aunt Sybil - Cousin Richard, Family - Cousin Augustine, Family - Glass picture of Richard M. J. with his cousin Ed Dudley - Most of these now in genealogy" and "RMJ's Uncles, Aunts, Cousins"

Jones family reunion, 1978.

Photograph albums of 1908 European trip of Jones family [RMJ, ECJ, MHJ] and others

Photograph album of 1908 European trip of Jones family [RMJ, ECJ, MHJ], Henry J. Cadbury and others [note of MHJ says HJC probable photographer].

Photograph album of [1908?] European trip of [same as above?]. [note of MHJ says John Warder Cadbury probable photographer].

Lowry family photographs.

Photograph album of 1908 European trip of Jones family [RMJ, ECJ, MHJ], Henry J. Cadbury and others [note of MHJ says HJC probable photographer].
Photograph album of [1908?] European trip of [same as above?]. [note of MHJ says John Warder Cadbury probable photographer].
Lowry family photographs.
Rowntree family.
Box 137
Scope and Contents

[notes identifying photos in hand of MHJ]

"Constance Rowntree and family" includes: Jean Wilhelma Rowntree, Margaret Rowntree, "Laurie" Laurence Edmund Rowntree, Tony Rowntree, Constance Rowntree, Violet [Rowntree]

"Mrs. Joseph Rowntree - Seebohm Rowntree, his children - Winifred R. Naish and children" includes: Winifred Rowntree Naish, B. Seebohm Rowntree, Antoinette Seebohm Rowntree (Mrs. Joseph Rowntree), Agnes Rowntree MacDonald, Joseph Rowntree Naish, Richard Naish, Mary Rowntree, Peter Rowntree, [Miniver?] Rowntree

"Rowntree Homes - Low Hall, Scalby - Longdale End, Hackness - Brook House, Thorton le dale - The Huts"

"Margaret Crossley and family - Rowntree sister" includes: Anthea Crossley, Constance Crossley, George Crossley, Margaret Crossley, John Laurence Crossley, also group photos

"Tony Baldwin and family - Rowntree family sister" includes: Sarah Baldwin, "Robin" Robert Baldwin, Tony Baldwin, Maurice Baldwin, also wedding group photo

Shinn family.
Box 138
Scope and Contents

Shinn family. includes: Earl Shinn, Anna M. Shinn

Photo-album of [Earl Shinn?]

Unidentified children [Shinn family?]

Unidentified woman and child [Shinn family?]

Earl and [Sarah] Comfort Shinn [framed]

Sketch of [?] by "Uncle Earl Shinn" [framed]

Warder family.
Box 139
Contents include:

Photo-album of Ann Warder (1824-1866).

Ann Warder (1824-1866), not dated.

Ann Warder (1824-1866), not dated.

Ann Warder (1824-1866), "Summer of 1859."

Ann Warder (1824-1866), July 1859.

Ann Warder (1824-1866), [July 1859].

"Henrietta Warder?" not dated.

C. Chapin [Oct.?] 1858.

"Sarah Warder Morris (1753-1818) and daughter Ann Warder Morris (S.W.M. sister of John Warder)"

3 photographs with note "Unidentified - probably Warders, daughters of John Head W."

Found with Warder family material when processing collection, unidentified.

Warder family photographs. includes: William G. Warder, Mary Ann Bacon, Mary P. Warder, John Bacon, Mary Ann Warder Bacon, "Aunt Mary Ann Bacon", Sarah Ann Bacon, George Vaux Bacon, George Aston Warder, Benjamin Head Warder, William H. Bacon, Jeremiah Warder, John Warder, Ann Aston Warder, Nancy Head, Photographs related to Warder family? Found together with notation of MHJ.

"Pearsalls" on original envelope. includes: Henrietta Warder Pearsall, Mary Pearsall, Ann Pearsall, Henrietta Pearsall, Ann Warder Pearsall, Nellie W. Pearsall, The old Warder chair.

"The Pemberton Graveyard near Pennsbury Manor, Bucks County, Pa." , 1907.
Map Case Q-4 Drawer 4
Scope and Contents

Taken by Henry Pemberton Jr. Presented to Friends Historical Society of Philadelphia by Henry Pemberton Sr. in 1947. A further description on verso (separated from photo itself)

"Edmund Webster, former president of Friends Historical Society. Born Jan. 31, 1829; died April 4, 1919".
Map Case Q-4 Drawer 4
"John Bartram's House. Bartram's Garden, Philadelphia, east front. Built 1731".
Map Case Q-4 Drawer 4
"Friends' Alms House, front view; Walnut Street between 3rd & 4th, South side, Philadelphia. Erected 1713; torn down 1841".
Map Case Q-4 Drawer 4
Scope and Contents

Photograph of a sketch by J. Skirving.

"Friends' Alms House, back view; Walnut Street between 3rd & 4th, South side, Philadelphia. Erected 1713; torn down 1841".
Scope and Contents

Photograph of a sketch by J. Skirving.

"Mrs. Alfred Smith. Taken December 14, 1887", 1887.
Map Case Q-4 Drawer 4
Scope and Contents

Taken by F. Gutekunst, Philadelphia, Pa.

"E.D. Cope [?], Haverford College.".
Map Case Q-4 Drawer 4
Scope and Contents

Taken by the F. Gutekunst Co. Philadelphia, Pa.

A group of ca. late 19th-century young men; on the verso.
Map Case Q-4 Drawer 4
Scope and Contents

Taken by H. C. Phillips, Philadelphia, Pa. Only Samuel Broadbent (not H.C.) is identified.

Unidentified ca. 19th-century man seated, with book.
Map Case Q-4 Drawer 4
Scope and Contents

Taken by Worth and Co.

"Slate Roof House, 1700".
Map Case Q-4 Drawer 4
Scope and Contents

Photograph of a drawing by F.H. Evans.

"First dwelling house of Sharpless family in America. Built by Joseph Sharpless, about A.D. 1700".
Map Case Q-4 Drawer 4
Scope and Contents

Taken by F. Gutekunst. Two copies.

"Sharpless Rock, against which John Sharpless built his first cabin, A.D. 1682".
Map Case Q-4 Drawer 4
Scope and Contents

Taken by F. Gutekunst.

"The Friends Almshouse, Walnut bet. 34d & 4th Sts. From a contemporary original painting. Built 1729; taken down 1840. Copyright 1900", 1900.
Map Case Q-4 Drawer 4
Scope and Contents

Taken by F.H. Babbit.

"Sharpless bicentennial reunion, at Sharpless Rock, near Chester, Pa., 8th mo 24, 1882".
Map Case Q-4 Drawer 4
Scope and Contents

Taken by F. Gutekunst.

Miscellaneous photographs. 8 items.
Box 139
Contents include:

a catch of fish; portrait of Elizabeth Dunn; class of 1898 reunion at Westtown School; Twelfth Street Meetinghouse anniversary; "Pennillwood Crowd," 1905; Quaker Meeting signs; group of athletes (football), some with letter "W" on their vests (Westtown?); Faculty and students at Earlham College, 1931 (rolled) [11/2023 see tube 1172-5 for Earlham photograph]

Physical Description

8 items

Hand drawn map of non-military areas bombed in the city of Canton, 2 scrolls with Chinese characters.
Tube 1172-1
Pedigree chart of Head family.
Tube 1172-2
2 genealogical charts.
Tube 1172-3
Areas destroyed by fires, Canton; "Portrait of a man;" Certificate; Reprints of article.
Tube 1172-4
Faculty and students at Earlham College, 1931; Cadbury family members silhouettes poster, 2 copies, also includes key; Warder family, Cadbury tree .
Tube 1172-5
English Cadbury tree, Warder family, certificate.
Tube 1172-6
"Evangeline's Cottage".
Map Case Q-4 Drawer 4
Scope and Contents

Unattributed. Remains of the old Quaker Almshouse. Erected 1713; torn down 1876; Philadelphia. Watercolor drawing on board.

"Kaighn's Point as it was in 1844, a close view as it was at that time. Kaighn's Point on the Del. N.J., 1844".
Map Case Q-4 Drawer 4
Scope and Contents

Painted by G.R. Bonfields. Signed and with initials. Oil painting on canvas.

Print, Suggest