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Howard Haines Brinton and Anna Shipley Cox Brinton papers

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Howard Haines Brinton was born into a Quaker family in West Chester, PA on July 24, 1884 and was the son of Edward and Ruthanna Brown Brinton. He married Anna Shipley Cox in 1921 with whom he had 4 children, and Yukiko Takahashi in 1972. He received a B.A.in 1904 and a M.A. in 1905 from Haverford College. He also received a M.A. in 1909 from Harvard University and a Ph.D. from the University of California in 1924.

Brinton taught at Friends Boarding School in Barnesville, Ohio (1906-1908) and Pickering College (1909-1915). He was a professor of mathematics at Guilford College (1915-1919) where he also served as acting president and dean. Howard Haines Brinton was faculty advisor to the Guilfordian (student newspaper at Guilford College) at least for the period 1917-1918.

He was secretary and publicity director of the American Friends Service Committee (1919-1920), director of the child feeding program in the Plebiscite area of Upper Silesia (1920-1921). In 1927, Howard Haines Brinton was recorded a minister in the Society of Friends. He returned to teach physics at Earlham College (1922-1928), religion at Mills College (1928-1936). Brinton served as acting director and lecturer at Pendle Hill Graduate School of Religion & Social Study (1934-1935) and director (1936-1952). He continued to be active as the Swarthmore lecturer in London (1931), resident fellow and lecturer at Selly Oak in England (1931), lecturer at Haverford College (1932, 1945 & 1949), William Penn lecturer in Philadelphia (1932 & 1938), lecturer at Bryn Mawr College, (1934 & 1936), Dudleian lecturer at Harvard (1949). He was a representative of the American Friends Service Committee in Japan (1952-1954). Howard Haines Brinton was author of several books, including Friends for 300 Years (1952), The Mystic Will (1930), Creative Worship (1931), Divine Human Society (1938), editor & contributor to Children of Light (1938), Quaker Education (1940), editor and contributor to Byways in Quaker History (1944, Creative Worship and other Essays (1963). He was also the author of pamphlets published by Pendle Hill. Howard Brinton died in 1973.

Anna Shipley Cox Brinton, scholar, teacher, activist and organizer was born into a Quaker family in 1887, the daughter of Lydia Bean Cox and Charles Cox and granddaughter of Joel and Hannah Bean of College Park. Anna attended Westtown School and graduated from Stanford University, Phi Beta Kappa, and Ph.D. in 1917. She also studied at the American School of Archaeology and Classical Studies in Rome. In 1918, she became a member of Philadelphia Monthly Meeting for the Western District. In circa 1920, she was appointed to the child feeding program of the AFSC in Upper Silesia (northern Poland). In 1928, Anna Shipley Cox Brinton was recorded a minister in the Society of Friends. Later, at Mills College, she became professor of Archaeology and Convener of the School of Fine Arts, as well as Dean of the Faculty. From there, Anna and Howard Brinton went to Earlham College where both of them taught. In 1936, she and Howard Brinton were appointed as permanent directors of Pendle Hill. In 1948, Anna was appointed the AFSC Commissioner for Asia. Under that title she addressed the Women's Problems Group in Philadelphia and authored a Pendle Hill pamphlet. Both Anna and Howard worked toward the reunification of Philadelphia Yearly Meeting. In 1951, Anna Brinton wrote the pamphlet "Toward Undiscovered Ends" on Friends' religious concern for Russia. After the Friends World Conference of 1952, the Brintons gave two years' service in Japan, and Anna was in charge of post-war relief at one of the two Friends Centers in Tokyo. Anna served as a member of the AFSC Board of Directors (1938-1952) and then as vice chairman (1958-60; 1962-65). Anna Brinton's head was the model for Sylvia Judson Shaw's sculpture of Mary Dyer, the Quaker martyr. She herself was artistically inclined. Anna Shipley Cox Brinton was president of Friends Historical Association in the 1960s. In the 1960s, Anna edited the book to honor Henry J. Cadbury, Then and Now and the Pendle Hill pamphlet on "The Wit and Wisdom of William Bacon Evans" in 1966. Anna Shipley Cox Brinton died in 1969. 12

Alvin J. Cox was Director in the Bureau of Science in the Department of Agriculture. He traveled to the Philippines in 1917 with other Bureau chiefs of the Department of Agriculture and Natural Resources and Secretary Apacible. While there, he collected a series of photographs of indigenous Filippinos, apparently taken by a professional photographer. Some of the photographs portray a group living in the mountains of northern Luzon. Their languages belong to the Austronesian (Malayo-Polynesian) family. Of two large groupings among them, by far the larger, comprises the peoples of the higher country who cultivate wet rice, mostly in step like terraces on the mountainsides; the other comprises peoples of the lower rainforest areas, who grow dry rice in seasonally shifting gardens. Kinship is traced on both the paternal and the maternal sides, extending as far as third cousins. The Moros, or Bansamoro people, a Muslim community, are among the indigenous groups of the Southern Philippines. Their name originated from the Spanish word Moor, meaning Muslim, and they mostly live in a region dubbed as Bangsamoro in the southern Philippines. The Bangsamoro people have traditionally been led by either a sultan or by datu, whose function was similar to a duke's. In return for tribute and labor, the datu provides aid in emergencies and mediates disputes with other communities.

Joel Bean was one of many children born to John and Elis(z)abeth Hill. Hannah E. Bean married Joel Bean; both were missionaries and ministers in the Society of Friends. They had two daughters, both of whom married Coxes.

The Shipley family was a Philadelphia Quaker family with deep roots. The patriarch was Thomas Shipley, a well-known abolitionist. He was the second husband of Lydia Richards. Lydia Richards was first married to Daniel Elliott and they had 4 children: Margaretta Elliott, Annabella Elliott, John Elliott, and Daniel M. Elliott. Margaretta appears not to have married. Annabella married Thomas Winn, and was a Philadelphia Quaker minister.

Lydia Richards Elliott Shipley had three children with Thomas Shipley. These were Samuel R. Shipley, Hannah Elliott Bean, and Catharine Morris Shipley. Samuel R. Shipley married Anna Shinn Shipley. They had three children: Susan who never married, Anna who married Samuel Henry Troth, and Annabelle who died in infancy. Anna Troth had one son, John Theodore Troth, who was a great favorite with his grandfather Samuel R. Shipley. Anna Shipley the younger died a year after the birth of her son.

Catharine Morris Shipley married a distant cousin Murray Shipley. They lived in Cincinnati. He was a businessman and she gave lectures on art history. They both did philanthropic and charitable work. He had many children by a previous wife.

Sources:

Information from: Internal evidence, Directory of American Scholars, 3rd ed. and a number of published works (see footnotes); also Encyclopedia Brittanica for information on the Philippines.

1"Howard & Anna Brinton" by Dan Wilson. Chapter in Living in the Light: Some Quaker Pioneers of the 20th Century ed. by Leonard S. Kenworthy. 1984

2"Living the Peace Testimony: the Legacy of Howard and Anna Brinton" / by Anthony Manousos. Pendle Hill pamphlet 372, 2004.

The collection opens with genealogical, biographical and autobiographical materials relating to Anna Shipley Cox Brinton and Howard Haines Brinton. It continues with letters from Anna Brinton from her early youth, through her boarding school days at Westtown School, receipt of her Ph.D. from Stanford University and service in the feeding program in Germany and Poland under the A.F.S.C., family life, academic career, travel under Quaker concerns, especially to Japan and work as co-director of Pendle Hill. Anna Brinton's correspondents include: American Friends Service Committee personnel, Minnie Bowles, various Brinton family members, Henry Cadbury, various Cox family members, especially her sister Catharine Cox Miles, Hans Freund, Joan Mary Fry, Anna Hartshorne, Mary Hoxie Jones, Rufus M. Jones, Hertha Kraus, Margarethe Lachmund, Mills College.

There is an accumulation of information prepared by Anna Brinton on classical studies, specifically on Virgil and Horace and including some drawings by Anna Brinton, her trip to Europe and Asia, including China, in 1946, AB's notebooks from the period in Japan in 1953-54, as well as in Korea in 1954 and on travel home through Hawaii in 1954. This is separate from the diaries which she kept from 1936-1954, and then appointment book-style diaries, 1955- 1968. To round out Anna Brinton's part of the collection are glass slides of silhouettes of Quakers and photographs taken in Japan, as well as miscellaneous materials, including Christmas cards hand-drawn by Anna Shipley Cox Brinton.

The collection continues with the correspondence of Howard Brinton, from his early youth, then teaching at Guilford College in North Carolina, his work with the feeding program of the AFSC in Germany (1920-21), his marriage to Anna Shipley Cox Brinton and the birth of their children, teaching at Mills College in California, the trip to Japan and finally, settling in as co-director of Pendle Hill (1936). He maintained connections and interest in many Japanese friends and acquaintances. Brinton writes about his publications, his beliefs, lectures, and his marriage to Yuki Takahashi (1972).

Howard Haines Brinton's early letters are primarily to his parents, then also to Anna and Anna's parents. His correspondents include: Stephen Hobhouse, Yukio Irie, Rufus Jones, Walter Miles, Douglas Steere and many others.

In addition to Howard Haines Brinton correspondence are his book reviews and contracts, notes and research on topics of interest to him, manuscripts, typescripts and published articles, juvenilia, poems, lectures and diaries. Many of these deal with the theme of American Quakerism. As well are materials relating to his academic life at Haverford College, Harvard University, Pickering and Mills Colleges.

There are documents and pictures relating to the German and Spanish feeding program relating to both Howard Haines Brinton and Anna Shipley Cox Brinton. Included here are some unusual photographs from Almora Gaza accompanied by a note suggesting that AFSC had a project with refugees in Gaza.

In the papers of Alvin J. Cox, arranged with Cox family materials, are photographs of Philipinos, probably taken in 1917 when Cox was visiting on an inspection trip of the Department of Agriculture and Natural Resources as Director of the Bureau of Science. The photographs are of the Igorot people of the Philippines.

There is an extensive list of materials removed to other locations at the end of the finding aid. These are primarily published articles.

In all, the collection points to the extraordinary lives and output of Anna Shipley Cox Brinton and Howard Haines Brinton and, not least, the importance of their family life.

Abbreviation of Anna Shipley Cox Brinton or Anna Brinton for Anna Shipley Cox Brinton and Howard Haines Brinton or HB for Howard Haines Brinton may be used; "ASCB" signs as "Eldy" in some of her letters; LBF = Lydia Brinton Forbes; CM = Catharine Cox Miles; Pendle Hill = Pendle Hill; PYM = Philadelphia Yearly Meeting; AFSC = American Friends Service Committee

Though not all letters are listed individually, those that are highlighted are done so on the basis of content of the letter or historical importance of the letter writer.

A good deal of the descriptive information about materials in this collection was provided by the donors. In addition, topical materials as arranged by donors have been kept together and folder titles provided by the donors have generally been maintained. The result is that formatting of information varies, depending on the creator. Howard Brinton's Haverford College senior thesis written in 1904 entitled "The Element of Mysticism in Quakerism" is available in the Haverford College archives.

N.B. Papers of additional Brinton family members and Bean, Cox and Shipley families have been received as an addition to this acquisition, but have not yet been described in detail, though they have at least folder-level identification.

Gift of Catharine Cary, Lydia Forbes, Joan Erickson, Edward Brinton 1975, 1991, 2002, 2004, 2006 Accession #3304, 5536, 6644, 6676 & 6950

Gift of Catharine Cary, Lydia Forbes, Joan Erickson, Edward Brinton

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The creation of the electronic guide for this collection was made possible through generous funding from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, administered through the Council on Library and Information Resources' "Cataloging Hidden Special Collections and Archives" Project.

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The creation of the electronic guide for this collection was made possible through generous funding from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, administered through the Council on Library and Information Resources' "Cataloging Hidden Special Collections and Archives" Project. Finding aid entered into the Archivists' Toolkit by Garrett Boos.
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Collection Inventory

Anna Shipley Cox and Howard Haines Brinton biographical materials, 1921-1952, undated.
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Biographical notes Anna Shipley Cox and Howard Haines Brinton exchanged before their wedding, 1921; Taken from the Minutes of the Monthly Meeting of Friends of Philadelphia for the Western District held in joint session July 20, 1921 "all is in order for the marriage of Howard Haines Brinton and Anna Shipley Cox to take place in San Jose, California July 23, 1921," 1921; Minutes from Pacific Coast Association of Friends on the occasion of Howard and Anna Brinton's removal to Pendle Hill recommending them to the care of Friends, 1936; Copied from the minutes of the Executive Committee of Pendle Hill: invitation to Howard and Anna Brinton to make Pendle Hill their permanent home, 1951 November 1; History of Clear Creek Monthly Meeting, which first held meetings for worship in the home of Howard and Anna Brinton in 1923, 1951; Traveling minute from Philadelphia Y.M. recommending Howard and Anna Brinton to the care of Friends, signed by M. Albert Linton, clerk, 1952 April 24; Notes on Howard H. Brinton by Elizabeth Gray Vining, undated

Howard Haines Brinton autobiography, 1963, 1970s.
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"My Childhood", 1970s; "Autobiography of Howard Brinton", 1970s; Multipart item beginning: "Calcutta, 1946", 1963; "Extracts from the Mind of Howard Haines Brinton, a Typescript copy dedicated to Henry and Lydia Cadbury. This is a slight variation on "My Childhood", 1974

Howard Haines Brinton biographical materials, 1921-1973, undated.
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4 affidavits for Howard Haines Brinton from Polish consulate, 1921; From William B. Rhoads to Howard Haines Brinton. Would being recorded as a minister prove a help or hindrance in visiting Friends in Indiana?, 1927 February 2; Birmingham Monthly Meeting and Concord Quarterly Meeting record Howard Haines Brinton an acknowledged minister of the Society of Friends, 1927 June 2; Birmingham M.M. certifies that Howard Haines Brinton is a member and minister in good standing, signed by William I. Sharpless, 1927 November 3; Traveling minute for Howard Haines Brinton to Friends on the Pacific Coast from Birmingham Monthly Meeting, endorsed by direction of Concord Quarterly Meeting held at Media Pennsylvania together with returning minute of the Pacific Coast Association of Friends at Pacific Oaks, 1946 August 16-18; Howard Haines Brinton travels to Amsterdam and United Kingdom: Traveling minute from Birmingham Monthly Meeting to Friends in Great Britain and the Continent of Europe for Howard Haines Brinton to attend World Assembly of Churches as representative of Philadelphia Yearly Meeting, also signed by 4th and Arch Yearly Meeting, 1948 February 1; Howard Haines Brinton travels to Amsterdam and United Kingdom: "Fight For Peace," conference held by the International Voluntary Work Camp Organization carbon copy of conference program included, 1948 July 24; Woodbrooke Summer School program indicating Howard Haines Brinton lectures, 1948 August; Postcard from Howard Haines Brinton in Amsterdam showing plenary session of the World Assembly of Churches, 1948 August 27; Certificate for attendance of Howard Haines Brinton at First Assembly of World Council of Churches and some accompanying materials, 1948 August 22-September 4; Current Biography article about Howard Haines Brinton, 1949 July; Traveling minute from Philadelphia Monthly Meeting to make religious visit to Friends in Japan, signed by Helen M. Brooks, clerk, 1965 May 24; Announcement of marriage of Howard Haines Brinton and Yukiko Takahashi, 1972 May 21; Friends Journal reprint: "Howard H. Brinton, 1884-1973", undated; Remembering Howard Brinton", 1973; Record for interment of cremated remains of Howard Haines Brinton, 1973; Philadelphia Inquirer obituary (also other newspapers), 1973 April 12; Newsletter obituary for Howard Haines Brinton by Philadelphia Monthly Meeting, 1973 May; Obituary for Howard Haines Brinton in The Friend, 1973 May 11; From Honolulu Friends Meeting Newsletter obituary for Howard Haines Brinton, 1973; Obituary for Howard Haines Brinton in PYM News, 1973 June; "Howard Brinton: A Quaker Treasure," by Douglas Steere. Typescript, undated; Various lists of Howard Haines Brinton publications, undated; Several messages read at Howard Haines Brinton's memorial service, undated

Anna Shipley Cox Brinton biographical materials, including notes made by Anna Shipley Cox Brinton on certain events in her life, 1914-1969, undated.
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John Bean emigrated from Scotland in 1660 and settled in Exeter, N.H. He m. Margaret; their children were: Mary, John Henry, Daniel, Samuel, John James, Jeremy. Jeremy had 3 daughters: Margaret, Elizabeth and Catharine Dolloff. John Bean died 1718, Catharine Dolloff had 3 daughters who were "stolen" by indigenous Americans in 1710 when they were 4, 6 and 8 years old. Two of them were "rescued" in 1717 by which time the youngest had married an indigenous man. "Catharine m. Isaac Cox" written on brown paper by Anna Shipley Cox Brinton with chronology of WBE's life on the other side?, undated; Biographical note made by LBF on James Naismith who is featured in one of Anna Brinton's best anecdotes, 1914; On the recommendation of the Monthly Meeting of Friends of Philadelphia for the Western District, the Quarterly Meeting of Ministers and Elders held in Philadelphia record Anna Shipley Cox Brinton as a Minister, 1928 December 14; "April Among the Greek Mountains," Typescript, 22 pages in Anna Brinton's hand about Anna Brinton's early days with Howard Haines Brinton, undated; Further notes by Anna Shipley Cox Brinton on her life. One typewritten page on the back of a Queen's University bluebook, undated; TLS from Lyra Trueblood Wolkins offering genealogical information, 1956; Newspaper article about Mrs. Isaac Cox' 99th birthday, 1964; Traveling minute from Central Philadelphia Monthly Meeting commending Anna and Howard Brinton to the care of Friends during their visit to Japan, signed by Joyce R. Ennis, acting clerk, 1965 June 10; Published biographical sketch of Anna Shipley Cox Brinton in The Friend, 1969; Board of Directors of AFSC accept resignation of Anna Shipley Cox Brinton from the Board, 1966; Transcripts of 11 sessions with Eleanor Price Mather, Anna Shipley Cox Brinton's recollections and some of her best anecdotes, 1965 December 31

Anna Shipley Cox Brinton autobiography, undated.
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Howard Haines Brinton degree certificates and related materials, 1908-1961.
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Various tests toward M.A. at Harvard, 1908-1909; HH: Lewis, E.P., UC, Berkeley, to Howard Haines Brinton states that his work in physics is sufficient for his minor, 1922 May 11; UC, Berkeley, Program of the final public exam of Howard Haines Brinton for degree of Doctor of Philosophy, 1925 December 16; Howard Haines Brinton elected to fd?, signed by Legh Reid, 1932; Haverford College confers honorary Doctor of Letters on Howard Haines Brinton. Enclosed is text of presentation, 1950 June 10; Earlham College awards Howard Haines Brinton honorary Doctor of Laws. Enclosed is presentation by Allen D. Hole, 1961 June 19

Anna Shipley Cox Brinton degrees and certificates, 1909-1961.
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Stanford University confers B.A. in Greek and Latin on Anna Shipley Cox Brinton, 1909; Stanford University confers Doctor of Philosophy on Anna Shipley Cox Brinton, 1917; Mills College confers Doctor of Laws on Anna Shipley Cox Brinton, 1937; Swarthmore College confers honorary Doctor of Laws on Anna Shipley Cox Brinton. Enclosed are the presentations of Frederick Tolles and John W. Nason, 1950; Earlham College confers honorary Doctor of Laws on Anna Shipley Cox Brinton.

Writings about Howard Haines Brinton and Anna Shipley Cox Brinton, 1921-1979, 2005, undated.
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Poem by I.H. for Anna, 1921; Mills College publications dedicated to or acknowledging Anna Brinton, 1934, 1936, 1938; "To Pendle Hill, " poem by Mary Gould Ogilvie with reference to Howard and Anna Brinton, Pendle Hill Bulletin no. 58, 1944 November; The Evening Bulletin account of PYM with photo of Howard Haines Brinton and others, 1947 March 27; Log Night offering to Howard Haines Brinton, 1947 April 23; "Visiting Quaker Educator Plays Part In Peace Work Winning Nobel Prize Award," cutting from a Florida newspaper of article about Anna Brinton, 1947 November; Time magazine religion section photocopy of article on Pendle Hill, 1948 June 21; Current Biography entry for Howard Haines Brinton, pp. 10-12, 1949 July; Outlook, Publication of the National Council of Churches of Christ in the U. S. A., p. 17, photo. of Anna Brinton as representative of the Friends of Philadelphia and Vicinity. Laid in is a typed plea that the National Council of Churches dedicate itself to the development of "effectual reconciliation', 1951 January; "What You Don't Know About the Quakers," part I, by Milton MacKaye, Saturday Evening Post, 1951 March 24; Greensboro, North Carolina newspaper account of Founders Day at Guilford, 2 photographs which include Howard Haines Brinton and a photo of Howard Haines Brinton at Upmeads, 1951 November 9; Photographs of Howard Haines Brinton and Anna Brinton in the Alumni Journal, Guilford College Bulletin, 1952 January 2; "Pendle Hill News, Howard Brinton Retires as Pendle Hill Director," published in The American Friend, issue?, 1952 July 3; Article in the newspaper Mainichi, about Anna Brinton, trip to Korea and her speech at the International Seminar at Kobe College, 1953 September 4; Clipping from a Honolulu newspaper about Anna Shipley Cox Brinton on her way home from Japan, circa 1954; Clipping from Salem Standard and Jerseyman with photo of Anna Brinton at 200th anniversary of the Hancock's Bridge Friends Meeting House, 1956 July 5; "Guilford Forum Hears Plea for Divine Arts," by Jeanette Reid, on address given by Howard Haines Brinton at convocation honoring President Clyde A. Milner, with photo of Howard Haines Brinton autographing book. Newspaper clipping apparently from the Winston-Salem Journal, Winston-Salem, North Carolina, 1958 October 18; Photograph on the cover of Friends Journal of Anna Brinton and Howard Haines Brinton participating in the reenactment of a Quaker wedding at Twelfth Street Meeting House, Philadelphia on Nov. 26, 1962, vol. 9, no. 8. Also an article in the Bulletin "Philadelphia Scene" with brief account of the re-enacted wedding, 1963 March 15; Photograph "Anna and Howard Brinton autographing books," pub. Friends Journal, p 224, 1965 May; Autumn-Winter, "A Quaker Profile," by Eleanor Price Mather about ACB publication in The Westonian, 1965; Birthday Ode for Howard Haines Brinton by John R. Cary, 1966 July 24; "A Howard and Anna Brinton Teaching Fund," note in Friends Journal, p 1 18, 1967 March 1; Photograph on the cover of Friends Journal of Anna and Howard Brinton at PYM, Vol. 13, no. 9, 1967 May; Birthday poem for Anna Brinton's 80th unsigned, 1967 October; In "Friends and Their Friends" an anecdote told by Anna Brinton about the non-observance of Christmas, p 661. Together with the printed program of the convocation, 1967 December 15; Obituary notices for Anna Brinton published in the Philadelphia Inquirer, The Delaware county (Pennsylvania) Daily Times and one other unidentified, 1969 October 30; "In memory of Anna Cox Brinton (1887-1969)" published by Pendle Hill, 1969; "Anna Brinton: Enthusiasm for Life," obituary by Henry J. Cadbury, Published in Friends Journal, p. 708, 1969 December 15; "For Anna Brinton," a poem by Samuel S. Duryee, Jr., published in Friends Journal, p 261, 1970 May 1; Review of "Anna Brinton A Study in Quaker Character," by Eleanor Price Mather, Pendle Hill pamphlet #176, written by M.C. Morris, published in Friends Journal, p 373. And 2 copies of extracts from the book as used in "the Annna Cox Brinton exhibit", 1971 July 1-15, 1986; Friends Journal, reprint articles about Howard Haines Brinton by Elizabeth Gray Vining, Dan Wilson, Philip H. Wells, Elizabeth Brinton, Edwin B. Bronner and Douglas Steere, 1973; "Remembering Howard Brinton," by J. Theodore Peters, Pub. Quaker Life p. 30, 1973 December; Extract from letter from Anna Brinton Wilson to Yuki Brinton for Howard Haines Brinton's biography, 1973 or 1974 September 14; Mills Quarterly, articles with references to Anna Brinton, 1979; Anna Shipley Cox Brinton and the Bees / Jack Sutters, 2005; "To the Abbot and Abbess of a Quaker Monastery. Log Night Poem by Terisina Rowell and parody of Pinafore by Dorothy Gilbert, undated; "Toast to our new friends," by Anita Murray, undated; "Metamorphasis [sic] of a Cicada," by Sarah Bishop, undated; "Anna and the Snowdrop," by W.B. Jones, undated

Two genealogical charts of the Brinton and Cox families beginning in the 17th century, 17th century to present.
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Letters from Anna Shipley Cox Brinton, 1897-1902.
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These are childhood letters and documents, many illustrated by Anna, and including membership in the Eagles Nest Sporting Club and stories written by her for the serialized newsletter in 1900 "The Eagle's Nest." (4 issues)

Letters from Anna Shipley Cox Brinton, 1903.
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Here are included Anna's letters home (San Jose, California) from Westtown Boarding School (West Chester, Pa.). Topics include: curricular and extracurricular activities, school trips, boarding school life, clothing needs, teachers and students.

Letters from Anna Shipley Cox Brinton, circa 1904.
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Letters continue from Westtown Boarding School during the school year and from "Windon" and elsewhere during the summer to family at home. Topics include: dire case of pneumonia of Albanus Cope, books read, food, teachers, amusements, friends, expense management and a description of her graduation and her love of Westtown.

Letters from Anna Shipley Cox Brinton, 1904 January-May.
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Topics include: trouble with roommate, art, lectures, including on Japan and by Isaac Sharpless, books to be read for classes, including French, classes and class work, friends; visit to Washington and shaking hands with the president.

Letters from Anna Shipley Cox Brinton, 1904 June-1905 September.
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Final letters home from Westtown. Topics include: work on Virgil and other courses, possible entry to Stanford University, attending Meeting, polishing of final essay; also a collection of cards printed with the names of her classmates, graduation invitation and program. In August and September 1905, she writes from California.

Letters from Anna Shipley Cox Brinton, 1911-1921.
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A number of letters are directed to "Francoise" who is Frances Ferris. Rome, Italy, Anna to parents [unlikely she will get fellowship for the following year as only 2 are awarded, and they are likely to go to men and there is no place for women in the new school, but she will continue trying; attending lectures on Greek art], 1914 March 9; Fresno, California, to Aunt Catharine [has received Ph.D.], 1917 May 31; To Françoise (Frances Ferris) [Mills College, California] [reports on her teaching at Mills College, which she likes very much; fundraising for Friends and Belgian relief], 1917?; To Françoise. Mills College, California [refers to her interest in Robert Louis Stevenson], 1917 November 8; To Françoise. Mills College, California [San Francisco Exposition grounds contain a fine arts building, the only one of the Panama Pacific buildings that remains; it is used for art exhibitions], 1917 November 15; To Françoise. Mills College, California [women not invited to the most important session at the University Club, and what she dislikes most is that they announce publicly that only men are invited], 1917 November 22; To Françoise. Stanford University, California [Dr. Fairclough went to Switzerland to help arrange for exchange and treatment of prisoners], 1917 June 30; To Françoise. Mills College [ceremony after the death of Queen Liliakalani of Hawaii], circa 1917 November 30; Dresden, Germany, to family [regarding child feeding], 1920 September 15; Kattowitz, Germany to "Mopsa." [mentions Plebiscite stamps for Charlie Morse; population in Kattowitz the densest in Europe; problem of need for coal; "Upper" in "Upper Silesia" refers to being on the upper reaches of the Oder], 1920 October 3; Munich, Germany to family [regarding feeding program and travels], 1920 October 19; To Howard [details of caring for 2 children en route to Holland or Belgium], 1920 December 20; Anna to Howard from boat from Europe [about gifts she has sent to him, ship life and reports on her charges] 2 parts, 1920 December 22; Anna to Howard from boat from Europe, 1920 December 25; Anna to Howard on New Year's, 1921 January 1; California, Anna to friend, 1921 April 19; California, Anna to friend [regarding Howard's photograph], 1921 April 28; California, Anna to friend [regarding Howard's return and photograph], 1921 April 30; San Jose, Anna to Mr. and Mrs. Edward Brinton [importance of Howard's getting his doctoral degree; marriage in August in College Park Meeting and getting approval for her from PMMWD and West Chester Meeting; hopes Howard is not in Upper Silesia, given the revolution taking place], circa 1921 May 21; San Jose, Anna to friend [meeting with friend, Frances Ferris], circa 1921 May 28; San Jose, Anna to friend, circa 1921 May 31; San Jose, Anna to friend [regarding Howard's trip home from Germany and the wedding], circa 1921 June 10; To Anne. San Jose [explains Howard Brinton's character and their upcoming marriage, invoking question of M. Carey Thomas as to whether a woman can do the work she has learned to do while married], 1921 June 13; San Jose, Anna to Ruthanna Brinton [regarding wedding], circa 1921 June 23; Anna to Ruthanna Brinton [Howard Haines Brinton's concern regarding division (of Germany) made by League of Nations; Howard Haines Brinton to give principal address at College Park Meeting], 1921 October 23; California, Anna to Ruthanna Brinton [regarding Howard's sleeping problems], 1921 November 6; Poems from Anna Shipley Cox Brinton to Howard Haines Brinton, mostly by other authors; also drawings of Greek vase paintings, entitled "Abecederium," these are all photocopies, circa 1921

Letters from Anna Shipley Cox Brinton, 1922-1923.
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California, Anna to Ruthanna Brinton [regarding Howard's health], 1922 February 14; California, Anna to Ruthanna Brinton, 1922 February 21; California, Anna to Ruthanna Brinton [regarding Howard's packed schedule; her own mother near death], 1922 April 9; California, Anna to Howard's father [Howard studying for doctoral exams; Anna expecting first child; discussion of their monetary situation], 1922 May 1; California, Anna to Ruthanna Brinton [Howard Haines Brinton's thesis; what they are reading], 1922 May 22; California, Anna to Ruthanna Brinton [attended Oakland Meeting picnic with guests of honor, Henry Hodgkin and his wife, en route from China to London, the former spoke on Sino-Japanese situation and opportunities of Friends in Asia], 1922 June 19; California, Anna to Ruthanna Brinton [planning move to Earlham], 1922 July 6; Richmond, Indiana, Anna to Ruthanna Brinton, 1922 August?; Richmond, Indiana, Anna to Ruthanna Brinton [new baby Lydia], 1922 September 8; Richmond, Indiana, Anna to Ruthanna Brinton [more on new baby Lydia and well wishers], 1922 September 12; Richmond, Indiana, Anna to Ruthanna Brinton [re Lydia], 1922 September 15; [Richmond, Indiana] Anna to Edward and Ruthanna Brinton [expecting child], 1923 August 1; Richmond, Indiana, Anna to Edward and Ruthanna Brinton, 1923 September 7; Richmond, Indiana, Anna to Edward Brinton, 1923 September 13; Richmond, Indiana, Anna to Ruthanna Brinton, 1923 September 30; Richmond, Indiana, Anna to Ruthanna Brinton [back to teaching; domestic news], 1923 May 31; [Richmond, Indiana] Anna to Edward and Ruthanna Brinton [expecting their next child], 1923 August 1; To Anne. Richmond, IN [describes her day with teaching and family information; Rufus Jones had dinner with them and has been giving lectures to YMCA; was pleased to find out that George Fox's seal was extant and owned by George Vaux, and has a lily on it, just as Jacob Boehme's seal, 1923 December 8; To Anne. but when Lydia Brinton is about 2 years old [much advice on having a baby], circa 1923

Letters from Anna Shipley Cox Brinton, 1924-1942.
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Anna to Periwinkle?, 1924 January 1; Richmond, Indiana, To C[harles?] Cox [waiting to give birth], 1924 January 2; Richmond, Indiana, to Ruthanna Brinton [Frederick Libby visited Earlham and came to speak with her], 1924 January 7; Richmond, Indiana, to Edward and Ruthanna Brinton [Edward has been born], 1924 April 10; Richmond, Indiana, to Ruthanna Brinton, 1925; Richmond, Indiana, Anna to Ruthanna Brinton, 1925 December 31; Wallingford, Pennsylvania, to [Catharine Miles], 1926 April; Anna to Catharine Miles, 1927 September 19; Anna to Catharine Miles, 1927 October 28; Anna to Catharine Miles?, 1928 February 17; Richmond, Indiana, Telegram from Anna to Catharine Miles [accepted position at Mills College], 1928 March 4; Anna to Catharine Miles. 2 letters, 1928 March 6 To Ruthanna Brinton, 1928 September 25; Anna to ? [birthday gifts and birth of Joan], 1929 January; Mills College, Pennsylvania. Anna to Ruthanna Brinton, 1929 April 26; Anna to Ruthanna Brinton, 1929 June 15; Anna to Catharine Miles, 1930 May 19; Tokyo, Japan, Anna Brinton to Howard Haines Brinton [visited the Bowleses, met with professor from Imperial University; Fellowship of Reconciliation meeting; lunch with Mrs. (Mary Elkinton) Nitobe, Anna Hartshorne and Esther Rhoads; studying halos], 1930 June 22, July 2; Anna to Catharine Miles [Pendle Hill has made offer to them for directorships], 1936 March 9; Anna to Walter/Catharine Miles [will attend Philadelphia Yearly Meeting and discuss with presidents of Bryn Mawr, Haverford and Swarthmore the problem of Pendle Hill as part of the educational program of the Society of Friends, including the T. Wistar Brown fund; gave annual address at the Monday Club], 1936 March 16; Anna to Mary Hume Maguire. Mills College, [informs of decision to take up directorship of Pendle Hill and not to return to Mills College], 1936 April 8; Anna to Walter and Catharine Miles [Anna and Howard Haines Brinton have accepted Pendle Hill position], 1936 April 19; Anna to Catharine Miles, 1937 May 17; [Wallingford, Pa.], to Paul R. Kelty [recommends Joseph Silver to help with the parole program], 1939 May 11; [Wallingford, Pa.], to W.O. Mendenhall [recommends Hans Buchinger for faculty of Whittier College] accompanied by letter and vita of Buchinger, 1939 August 17; Letters and invitations from Anna Brinton to proposed guests at Pendle Hill: Emlen Stokes, Kirby Page, 1939; Anna to unknown recipients [death of Thomas R. Kelly], 1941 January 19; Anna Brinton to Ruthanna Brinton, 1941 April 16; To "Mother", 1941 August 23; Postcards from Anna to C.M.C. Miles, 1942 March 18; Invitations from Anna Brinton to proposed guests at Pendle Hill: Dwight Rammage, 1942 April 15; Anna [wishes brother a happy birthday], 1942 May 19; Anna to C.M.C. Miles, 1942 May 20; Anna to unknown recipient, 1942 June 29 Anna to Dr. C.M.C. Miles, 1942 December 20

Letters from Anna Shipley Cox Brinton, 1943-1969.
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Wallingford, Pennsylvania, Anna to Dr. C.M.C. Miles [son Edward interested in reconstruction, which has not been authorized by McNutt, though Hershey had approved. President Roosevelt said that 70 C.O.s could go to China, 1943 February 20; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Anna to unknown recipient, 1943 March 8; Ocean City, Md., Anna to Mary [Bethel] [upset by government's decision to stop all education of C.O.s outside of camps; tells how important Bethel has been to Pendle Hill], 1943 July 5; Anna to James Butt [sends additional money to West Chester Meeting for son Edward to be able to remain C.O.], 1943 November 24; File containing 24 personal letters from Anna. These are brief letters clipped together and without further description, 1944-1963; Anna to Edward S. Brinton (nephew who is in the army). With response, 1944 May 23; Anna to C.P.S. Executive Committee [resigning from chairmanship of the race policy committee and from the C.P.S. Committee], 1945 January 30; Anna to Howard Haines Brinton. En route to Europe [met with Joan Mary Fry and others and attended Friends Ambulance Unit meeting], 1946 March 7-12; Chunking, China, Anna Brinton to Howard Haines Brinton, including postcard of Kechioji of Kamakura, 1946 April 10; Chunking, China, Anna Brinton to Howard Haines Brinton, 1946 May 3; Hankow, China, Anna Brinton to Howard Haines Brinton, 1946 May 7; Shanghai, China, Anna Brinton to Howard Haines Brinton [met with presidents of the Christian colleges], 1946 Jun 28; Hongkong, , Anna Brinton to Howard Haines Brinton [visited with William Warder and Catherine Cadbury in Canton, 1946 July 10; Anna Brinton to Joel and Catharine [Cox] [Grandparent's papers and letters], 1946 November 30; Anna to Dr. C.M.C. Miles, 1947 November 11; Anna to Lynn White (president of Mills College) [regarding death of Aurelia Reinhardt], 1949 January 29; Anna to Dr. Miles, 1950 April 18; Anna to Walter and Catharine Miles, 1951 September 12; Anna to Catharine, 1958 May 26; Mock-up of letter to PYM members regarding Society of Friends and National Council of Churches. With corrections, 1960 August; Anna to Catharine [Miles], 1960 December 2; Anna to Catharine Miles. With poem and beautiful cuttings, 1961 May 19; From Anna Brinton to "Beatrice" [covering letter for articles on early Quakerism sent], 1969 January 4; Brookside, NJ [describes Howard's illness and stay in hospital], 1969 September 30; to Mary Woods Bennett. Pendle Hill, Wallingford, PA [comments on a book of fiction], circa 1960s

Letters from Anna Shipley Cox Brinton, undated.
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There are quite a number of letters to her sister, Catharine Miles and to her mother on family issues – family members, illnesses, thank you notes – and some written while a child. Also, several letters announcing whether A.F.S.C. awards were or were not granted to recipients.

Letters to Anna Shipley Cox Brinton, A-N, undated.
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To Father. Mills College, [discussion about the Hoover drive for funds (for feeding program), that she had consulted with D. Robert Yarnall and Rufus Jones]

Letters to Anna Shipley Cox Brinton, A-Be, 1917-1964.
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Where available, ASCB's responses are included. Letter writers include: Elizabeth Abbott, Irwin Abram, Anne C.S. Allinson, Francis G. Allinson, Mrs. E. Page Allinson, American Association of University Women, American Friends Service Committee, American Nobel Anniversary Committee, M.B. Anderson, Yoshio Aoki, Charles S. Ball, George Barrus, Henry Bartlett, Albert and Edith Bean, F. Beck, Horace V. Beck, Margaret Beidler, Theodor Benfey, H.B. Bennett, Mary Woods Bennett, Ernest H. Bennis, Walter Bethel. Allinson, Francis G. Berkeley, California. 2 items [sends an elegy to her in Greek; personal news], 1917-1923; American Association of University Women (Mary Smith). Washington, D.C. [Anna Shipley Cox Brinton is life member], 1935 May 30; American Friends Service Committee (Wilbur K. Thomas). Philadelphia. 3 items [re fund-raising for the child feeding program in Germany], 1921; American Friends Service Committee (Rufus M. Jones). Haverford, Pennsylvania [have been unsuccessful in securing any money from Hoover drive for student feeding in Germany; hostility to German student feeding pronounced in the meeting of the European Council as well as by Hoover, 1921 March 1; American Friends Service Committee. Berlin [letter of thanks for her work with the Mission, signed by members, including Carolena Wood, Hertha Kraus, Gilbert MacMaster and many others], 1921 July 7; American Friends Service Committee (Clarence Pickett). 3 items [April 7, 1949, asks Anna Shipley Cox Brinton to serve on committee to determine long-range use of Davis House], 1941-1949; American Friends Service Committee (Ed and Jean Duckles). Mexico [report on the work of the Committee in Mexico for the year], 1964 October; American Friends Service Committee (Margaret E. Jones). Philadelphia, 2 items [recent repatriation of Japanese Americans from the Seagoville, Texas Internment Camp and Japanese Americans and Germans at Crystal City Internment Camp (Texas) who would want to hear Anna Shipley Cox Brinton speak], 1945; American Nobel Anniversary Committee [invitation to anniversary dinner], 1947; Ball, Charles S. Whittier, California [he did give prayer at Republican Convention, and offered "constructive" criticism of A.F.S.C.], 1960 August 15; Barrus, George. Rochester, New York [asks Brinton to lend her "vigor and understanding" to their Meeting where a new clerk is not more definite against war; also a farm house perhaps to turn over to Friends for multi-purpose uses; getting various societies interested in American Indians, 1949 February 13; Bennis, Ernest. Limerick, Ireland [remarks that Peter the Great, while in London, attended Friends Meeting at Deptford, later entrusting reclamation of the Shoosharry marshes to Quaker minister, Daniel Wheeler and continuing to respect Friends; later Russian emperors continued this tradition – Bennis gives multiple examples], 1952 February 4

Letters to Anna Shipley Cox Brinton, Bi-Bu, 1921-1944.
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Note: A few letters in German, which have not been translated. Some letters accompanied by Anna Shipley Cox Brinton reply. Letter writers include: Moncure Biddle .Hildegarde Binder-Johnson, Birrell and Garnet, Ltd, Waltraud Bodenstein, C. Walter Borton, Minnie Bowles, Rebecca Bradbeer, Sarah Bragg, Anthony Braun, Edwin Bridges, Alvin Brinton, Edward Brinton, Eleanor Brinton, Elizabeth Brinton, Joan Brinton, Morton Brown, Eleanor Kent Brown, Mary Felice Brun, Eve Buscombe. Biddle, Moncure. Philadelphia [difference of opinion with A. Edward Newton about who was first poet laureate: Ben Johnson or Skelton], 1940 February 1; Binder-Johnson, Hildegarde. 3 items [January 1, 1939: was in England during first weeks of the war, returning on the first boat to sail after the sinking of the Athenia; assisting German prof. Leyhausen] with suggestions from Anna Shipley Cox Brinton attached, 1939-1966; Borton, C. W. Philadelphia. 2 items [1939 6/2: responds to invitation to come to Pendle Hill, along with other guests], 1939-1943; Bowles, Minnie. Honolulu, Hawaii [recommends book by Japanese author and discusses idea of books all her Meeting's members should read], 1945 April 26; Bradbeer, Rebecca. Washington, D.C [Haitian doctor to visit Pendle Hill], 1944 July 22; Bridges, Edith. Piedmont, California [glad she will be able to teach in their school (Miss Ransom and Miss Bridges' School) the following year, one course in history of painting, another in history of art.], 1929 March 22; Brinton, Alvin to Mother and family [has left Russia where he was afforded courtesies as to members of congress; had freedom of travel; appearance of cities; quality of life; factories and equipment], 1935 August 27; Brinton, Edward. West Chester Pennsylvania [happy about ensuing wedding of his son and Anna Shipley Cox Brinton and related information], 1921 May 8, June 16; Brown, Morton. C.P.S. Camp, Lapine, Oregon [explains his faith; C.P.S. is Quaker conscription], 1944 February 22

Letters to Anna Shipley Cox Brinton, Ca-Co, 1935-1966.
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Note: Many letters are personal, many from family members, including those written to her as a small child, and speak of happy interactions with Anna Shipley Cox Brinton. Letter writers include: Henry Cadbury, Paul F. Cadman, Lucy Cahill, Blanche Carson, Mary Cary, Constance Caswell, E. St. John (Jack) Catchpool, Muriel Chamonland, May Chin, William Chislet Jr., Bill Cinderlake, Civilian Public Service, Elizabeth M. Clarke, Alvin Cox, Catharine Bean Cox, Catharine Cox, Charles Cox, Benjamin and Mary Morris Cox (grandparents), Joel Cox, Millicent Cox, Sarah Cox. Cadbury, Henry J. 4 items [1941: recommends Harper Brown read a paper at Pendle Hill; 1964: working on Woolman in England], 1941-1965; Cadman, Paul [discusses the high regard he had as a student of Anna Shipley Cox Brinton, and encloses a copy of his paper presented before the Sewanee alumni], 1943 January 29; Catchpool, E. St. John. Herts, England. 2 items [retiring from colleges in Egypt, India and other areas; wonders of Pendle Hill would like his photos taken at 1937 F.W.C.C.], 1966; Chamonland, Muriel. New York City [her work in the field of psychology which got started at Pendle Hill], 1943 November 21; Chin, May. Kowloon, Hong Kong [U.S. Congress and visa applications], 1957 May 5; Civilian Public Service (J.H. Ricks, Jr.), Stockley, Delaware [thanks for talk to their unit], 1945 July 17; Cox, Alvin to "Mother and family" [recounts his travels in Russia], 1935 August 27; Cox, Charles. 6 items [January 26, 1920: recounts A.F.S.C. personnel, new and old; situation created by the entrance of the World Student Christian Movement into the arena; October 25, 1928: religious, race, regional and women's issues have changed the complexion of presidential voting and made it harder to predict], 1891-1930; Cox, Joel. 2 items [1964: on the death of mother, Catharine Cox], 1964-1966

Letters to Anna Shipley Cox Brinton, Cr-Ev, 1919-1969.
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Letter writers include: S.M. Croonquist, Russ Curtis, Herman Dahl, Mary Darbyshire, Parnial (?) Das, Ruby Davis, Sue Davis, Henry Dearsley, Marie Denward (?), Marie Dun, Barbara Duncan, Earlham College Meeting, Gertrude Ellis, Geneva Ellernon, Gertrude Erikson, R. Eucken. Curtis, Russ. Levagram?, near Wardha, India. [They are in location of Gandhi's teacher training school contained within Gandhi's basic education plans, and the school reminds Curtis of Pendle Hill, and the co-directors know Horace Alexander and met Rufus Jones when he (co- director) was in America as Tagore's secretary.], 1949; Davis, Ruby. Richmond, Indiana [in writing a statement about quiet meeting at Earlham, given ASCB's leadership there, asks for help – where the meeting was held, terminology, etc.], 1969 October 3; Dearsley?, Henry. England [thanks for ASCB's drawings of wooden churches; has had letter from Frances Ferris], 1920 October 24; Earlham College Meeting. Richmond, Indiana [recent events at the Meeting], 1929 March 15; Euken, R. to President of Stanford University Jena [offering hospitality to Anna Shipley Cox Brinton], 1919 September 26

Letters to Anna Shipley Cox Brinton, F, 1912-1964, undated.
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Letter writers include: J.P.F., H.R. Fairclough, Martha Falcone, Francis Ferris, Catharine Forbes, Stella Farber, B.O. Foster, John Foster, Lucy Francis, Friends Council on Education, Friends Historical Association, Hans Freund, Joan Mary Fry, Leah Cadbury Furtmuller. Fairclough, H.R. Stanford University, California. 4 items [1912 July 23: asks Anna Shipley Cox Brinton if she could get leave to teach Latin and Greek at Stanford in the 1912/1913 academic year] Anna Shipley Cox Brinton accepts, 1912; Falcone, Martha [Chengchow, China] [describes events during Communist revolution in a Christmas letter], 1948 December 4; Ferris, Francis. 5 items [includes pieces sent from France during the war, explaining some of her duties, including care of old ladies], 1905-1917; Foster, B.O [ASCB's Ph.D. examination brings kudos], undated; Foster, John H. Allahabad, India [recommends someone who could teach Gandhian philosophy], 1964 October 4; Freund, Hans. Champaign, Illinois. 2 items [the animosity that may develop among the liberated people of the world against their former enemies; has written an article in response to Henry Cadbury's on pacifism; assessment of Germans], 1944; Friends Historical Association (Betty Macpherson). Haverford, Pennsylvania [lustreware that a member plans to leave the Association in his will] (Anna Shipley Cox Brinton was president of FHA at the time of this writing), 1964 November 16; Fry, Joan Mary. London. 2 items [1955 December? a letter of thanks to her friends some few days before her death], 1922-1955

Letters to Anna Shipley Cox Brinton, G, 1942-1945.
Box 2B
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Letter writers include: Martha Garrett, Germantown Friends School, Alfred Glauser, R.V. Gogate, Goodman, Isabel Mary Grace, Glenn Gray, M. Guindon. Gray, Glenn. 14 items [letters and book reviews from J. Glen Gray about Hegel and Greek thought; about Italy, Santayana and Horace; .end of war hostilities and repatriation with a good bit of detail], 1942-1945; Germantown Friends School. Philadelphia [would Anna Shipley Cox Brinton represent Pendle Hill at their 100th anniversary celebration], 1945 January 31

Letters to Anna Shipley Cox Brinton, H-I, 1921-1949.
Box 2B
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Letter writers include: Anna Haines, Anna C. Hartshorne, Helen Harris, Robert Hazleton, Anna B. Hewitt, Burritt M. Hiatt, Eduard. Hinzer, Hobart College, John H. Hobart, Hoover Library, Mary E. Hope, Alice Hotchkiss, - Howarth, Frances Hubner, Merritt Y. Hughes, R.W. Innocent. Haines, Anna. Trenton, New Jersey [glad to hear Anna Shipley Cox Brinton will review Friends in Russia; would not have enough to offer at Pendle Hill on modern Russian philosophic issues, despite contacts 1917-27, though has memories to relate], 1949 March 23; Hartshorne, Anna C. Tokyo [Anna Shipley Cox Brinton and meeting with Mr. Tsuda during her visit in Japan], 1930 July 15; Harris, Helen. London [regarding candidate for T. Wistar Brown Fellowship at Haverford] Anna Shipley Cox Brinton responds that Robert Arthur of Oxford University was appointed, 1949 April 4; Hiatt, Burritt M. Wilmington, Ohio [Anna Shipley Cox Brinton name mentioned for honorary committee at inauguration of Samuel. Marble as pres. of Wilmington College], 1947 November 6; Hinzer, Eduard. Konigsberg, [German] [regarding Quaker feeding program] In German, 1921 January 31

Letters to Anna Shipley Cox Brinton, J-K, 1948, 1964-1966.
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Letter writers include: Laura Jacob, Mary G. James, Herbert C. Jones, Margaret E. Jones, Mary Hoxie Jones, Rufus M. Jones, James Joyce, Sylvia Judson, Kapenge, Calvin Keene, Rosalind Keep, Vivienne Kississoglu, Lucy H. Key, Walter Kotschnig, Hertha Kraus, Margarethe Lachmund. Jones, Mary Hoxie. 3 items [forwards to Anna Shipley Cox Brinton 3 letters written to her which also refer to Brintons], 1964-1965; Judson, Sylvia. Lake Forest, Illinois [what to do with papers of Sidney's first wife relating her experiences in Europe with AFSC], 1966 November 7; Lachmund, Margarethe. Berlin. 6 items [re recommending someone from the German Society of Friends to Pendle Hill], 1948

Letters to Anna Shipley Cox Brinton, L, 1905, 1966, undated.
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Letter writers include: G.A. Ladd, E.L. Landley, Robert J. Leach, Geraldine Le Champion, Sarah Lewis, Wilhelmine Liefrich?, Katherine Livingston, Elizabeth Lossing, Stephen Luce. Landley, E.L. Westtown, [Pennsylvania] [the girls' rooms have been cleaned and her letters likely discarded; Anna Shipley Cox Brinton will be missed], 1905 July 7; Leach, Robert J. Geneva, Switzerland [enjoyed ASCB's "Wit and Wisdom of W. Bacon Evans; wonders if the Tolkien book has arrived], circa 1966; Luce, Stephen. The University Museum, Philadelphia. 7 items [on ancient Greek vases and other matters], undated (before 1921)

Letters to Anna Shipley Cox Brinton, M, 1917-1961.
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Letter writers include: Ursilla Macdonnell, J.W. Macknil, William Morris Maier. Mary Hume Maguire, Helen Marbury, Ruth Maris, Allan Maynard, Marjorie McClelland, Elsie McCoy, Elizabeth Mendell, F. Meyer, Catharine Miles, Laura Miles, Walter Miles, Ward C. Miles, R.P. Miller, Edward Milligan, Mills College, Mary Montgomery, J. Floyd Moore, Moore - , Anna-Gray Morris, Anna Wharton Morris, Millicent Morris, Robert Morton, Halid ved? Musetti. Highlights include: Macdonnell, Ursilla. Winnipeg, Canada [as chair of a section in the Pan Pacific Women's Association, which she hopes Anna Shipley Cox Brinton will join, feels no better work than comparative study of arts in various countries], 1933 May 26; Miles, Catharine. Gales Ferry, Connecticut [Ellis and Anna Jones getting around in Iran and Iraq], 1964 November 16; Mills College (Aurelia Reinhardt, president). 13 items [June 1 1917, July 28 1934 and undated: terms under which Anna Brinton will teach at Mills] Most of the letters are written in Reinhardt's capacity as president, others personal. Some responses from Anna Shipley Cox Brinton attached, 1917-1945; Milligan, Edward H. London [references to some research and pleasure at future publication of passages From George Fox's epistles], 1968 March 25; Moore, J. Floyd. Guilford College, North Carolina [regarding new Charlotte, N. C. monthly meeting], 1961 May 2

Letters to Anna Shipley Cox Brinton, N, 1917-1964.
Box 2B
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Letter writers include: John W. Nason, National Bank of Chester County, H.S. Neale, Mary B. Newkirk, Emilia Fogelklou Norlind, Caroline Norment, Elizabeth M. Norris, Kimi? Nuva Kawa, Irene Nye. Highlights include: Nason, John W. (president) Swarthmore College [college wants to confer honorary degree of LL.D. at commencement on Anna Shipley Cox Brinton], 1950 March 10; National Bank of Chester County. West Chester, Pennsylvania [Brintons have inherited manuscripts from the estate of Martha Pick], 1955 January 24; Norlind, Emilia Fogelklou. Jakobsberg [on her favorable impression of Brinton's book on Boehme], 1932 July 13; Norment, Caroline [Germany] [events among the A.F.S.C. group in Upper Silesia], 1921 March 17; Nuvo Kawa, Kimi. Tokyo [Olympic games and hope Brintons will come to Japan], 1964 October 9; Nye, Irene. New London, Conneticut [offer of teaching position in Classics Department at Connecticut College], 1917 December 2

Letters to Anna Shipley Cox Brinton, O-P, 1907-1966.
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Letter writers include: Harriette Odell?, John Oliver, Agnes Durand-Gadselin, Elizabeth Owen, Concha Palacios, Helen A. Passmore, Pendle Hill, Hannah S. Pennell, Teresina Peregrina, Irene Pickard, Philadelphia Yearly Meeting, Louise Powelson, Carl Prausnitz, Margot Prausnitz, Otto Prausnitz, Anne Price, Provident Trust Co., Grace Putnam. Oliver, John. Gastonville, Algeria [on teaching in Ramallah and the implications of leaving his post in Algeria], 1966 March 31; Owen, Elizabeth. San Francisco [on a paper read at her Meeting that may be appropriate for Pendle Hill] with response from Anna Shipley Cox Brinton, 1944?; Pennell, Hannah. Wawa, Pennsylvania [on teaching at Westtown; remembering ASCB's devotion to French], 1907 September 8; Peregrina, Teresina. Nara, Japan [trying to carry on some of Brinton heritage at Woolman Hill], 1969 October 15; Philadelphia Yearly Meeting (William Eves.) to Mexican Reunion of Friends. Philadelphia [is glad Anna Shipley Cox Brinton will be with them when they meet in Mexico], 1961; Prousnitz, Carl. Breslau (Germany). 2 items [new law that every person who is not "in possession" of four "Aryan" grandparents may be deprived of his official position, which could affect him; this has already happened to his son, who must look for a job abroad], 1920-1933; Price, Anne. Philadelphia [Assistance from Friends during the visit of a Mexican educator], 1944 March 7

Letters to Anna Shipley Cox Brinton, R, 1921, undated.
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Letter writers include: Clara Eliot Raup, Jane Reid, Religiose Gesellschaft der Freunde (Quaker) (V. Tillard), T.S. Resarnaud?, Mildred Reynolds, Grace Rhoads, J. Robert, Rymond P. Roberts, Elizabeth Rogers. Highlights include: Religious Gesellschaft der Quaker (Violet Tillard). Berlin. 5 items [March 22, 1921: handing over their work to the World Student Christian Movement [business issues of the joint committee; work of the feeding program, 1921, undated

Letters to Anna Shipley Cox Brinton, S, 1918-1967.
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Letter writers include: Maria Scattergood, Alfred Scattergood, Rose Schneider, Karl Schwabach, Wally Scott, William Scranton, Elliot Sedgwick, Suzanne Sein, Harriet Sheldon, Dorothy Shipley, Mary Shipley, Mary F. Shoemaker, Florence Sidwell, Joseph Silver, Mary H. Smith, Mary Morgan Smith, Susan Gower Smith, Lin Snow, Social Order Committee, Margaret Soden, Elfriede Sollman, Friedrich Spiegelberg, St. Petersburg (Fl.) Friends Meeting, Percy Stanger, Stanford University, Anna Doan Stephene, Louise Allender Stinetorf, Lydia Stokes, Erika Strauss. Highlights include: Scattergood, Maria [pleased that Anna Shipley Cox Brinton has become a member of Philadelphia Monthly Meeting for the Western District, the same meeting where her parents belonged], 1918 November 19; Scattergood, Alfred [Germany?] [writes to all the members, presumably of the AFSC child feeding group in Germany, mentioning the departure of Howard Brinton and himself and the coming arrival of Francis Bacon, visit of Rufus Jones and Wilbur Thomas], 1921 July 6; Scott, Wally B. Westbury, Long Island, New York [asks Anna Shipley Cox Brinton if she would be their speaker during Quarterly Meeting], 1948 June 13; Scranton, William (Governor, Pennsylvania) [Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, New York] [invitation to the dedication of the William Penn Memorial Museum and Archives Building]; Sein, Suzanne. 2 items [March 4, 1967: several of the number of Friends in Mexico went to work with Victoria Friends on the plans for the 7th reunion of Friends in Mexico], 1961-1967; Spiegelberg, Friedrich. Here are a number of letters, including Spiegelberg's but also William Dennis of Earlham and Paul Tillich, at that time at Union Seminary in NY, related to finding a position for Spiegelberg, 1939; Stanford University. 2 items [appointment in 1918 as Acting Professor of Latin, and in 1928 as Acting Assistant Professor of Classical Literature], 1918-1928

Letters to Anna Shipley Cox Brinton, T-We, 1921-1964.
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Takahashi, Tane. M.S. Gripsholm [refugees on board, many of whom will get off in E. Africa, 1942 July 18; Underhill, Wanda. Freemont, California [would Anna Shipley Cox Brinton consider allowing Peacock Press to reissue her book on Vergil], 1964 October 11; United War Chest. Philadelphia [Anna Shipley Cox Brinton has contributed $25 to the United War Chest], 1943 December 21; Washburn, Jessica. San Jose, California [all the ways in which Anna Shipley Cox Brinton will be missed when she moves east for a year], 1903 August 3; Wedding of Anna Shipley Cox Brinton and Howard Haines Brinton. Notes, poems, and letters of congratulations on the wedding of Anna Shipley Cox Brinton and Howard Haines Brinton, 1921; Wells, Marguerite. 2 items. Encloses photographs of the Pacific Ackworth School in California, 1944-1945; Weske, John R., no place [thinking of the cemetery in Pyrmont, Germany, the condition of the Meeting House; the battle line about 20 miles from Bremen], circa 1940s; Westover, Huston. New York [writes to Anna as chair of the CPS Race Committee regarding the status of "race" in CPS guinea pig projects, 1945 April 13

Letters to Anna Shipley Cox Brinton, Wh-Z, 1915-1921.
Box 2C
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Letter writers include: Phebe White, Norman Whitney, Mary Wildman, Dorothy Willis, J. Somerville Willis, Wilmington College, Helene Wilson, Mary Ida Winder, Mary Woods, Richard Wood, Lida Yocum, Norman E. Young, Dorothea Zukiarelli. Willis, Dorothy. Toronto [Somerville has joined the fighting, though Brethren do not approve of fighting any more than Friends, though she understands; witness to some events in Paris while taking a course], 1915 May; Zukiarelli, Dorothea. Berlin. 2 items.[appreciation of Anna Shipley Cox Brinton and current news in the feeding program, 1921

Letters to Anna Shipley Cox Brinton, Unidentified (first name only), undated.
Box 2C
Letters to Anna Shipley Cox Brinton, Unidentified (first name only), undated.
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Letters to Anna Shipley Cox Brinton, Unidentified (first name only), undated.
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Letters to Anna Shipley Cox Brinton, Unidentified (initials only), undated.
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Letters to Anna Shipley Cox Brinton, Unidentified (no signature), undated.
Box 2C
Greek Vases, circa 1917-1925.
Box 3
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Contains notes, some tracings, and cuttings, as well as "ABECEDERIUM Ceramicum" by Anna Shipley Cox Brinton; printed articles (some annotated) or clippings, photographs not by Anna Shipley Cox Brinton

Greek Vases, circa 1917-1925.
Box 3
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Contains notes, some tracings, and cuttings, as well as "ABECEDERIUM Ceramicum" by Anna Shipley Cox Brinton; printed articles (some annotated) or clippings, photographs not by Anna Shipley Cox Brinton

Greek Vases, circa 1917-1925.
Box 3
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Contains notes, some tracings, and cuttings, as well as "ABECEDERIUM Ceramicum" by Anna Shipley Cox Brinton; printed articles (some annotated) or clippings, photographs not by Anna Shipley Cox Brinton

Aeneid, undated.
Box 3
Medallions, 1918.
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Notebook kept by Anna Shipley Cox Brinton at Stanford in 1918 on medallions

Lucretius, undated.
Box 3
Roman coins, circa 1914.
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Notes for a study on "Roman Coins"

Miscellaneous, undated.
Box 3
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Trip itinerary; "The First Trip," A poem written from Athens; "Ode to a Cnidian Urn." Copy; "Let us live, dear Lesbis..."

Virgil, undated.
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Music written for "Virgil." Original scores by Horace V. Beeks

Virgil, 1912, undated.
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"Virgilian allusions in the Divine Comedy," 1912 and note

Virgil, undated.
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Photographs of plates and texts including for The Book of Children

Virgil, undated.
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"Wm. Morris - Virgil:" typed and handwritten notes by Anna Shipley Cox Brinton. Printed catalog of an exhibit from Doheny Memorial Library including Classical material

Virgil, 1934.
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"William Morris Centenary:" printed materials relating to William Morris and exhibit at Mills College on the occasion of his centenary

Virgil, undated.
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Miscellaneous ephemeral materials relating to Virgil

Horace, undated.
Box 5
"Ruth Roettinger Tutorial Time Slips.", undated.
Box 5
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Includes: "Reverses of the Coins of Julien the Apostate," holograph essay; "The Elizabethan Horace," annotated Typescript; "The Lyric Works of Horace, tr. into English Verse...," Typescript with some annotations (2 states); "The Art of Cookery, in Imitation of Horace's Art of Poetry...," Typescript; Odes in Typescript; and miscellaneous items

Horace, circa 1924.
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Paper for Pacific Coast Philological Meeting. Includes data from typescripts, notes

Horace, undated.
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16 photographs of pages from various editions of Horace

Horace, undated.
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Notes, mostly on Horace, mostly including TSs, some annotated; some printed; 2 small photographs. Not all by Anna Shipley Cox Brinton

Horace, undated.
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Notes, mostly on Horace, mostly including TSs, some annotated; some printed; 2 small photographs. Not all by Anna Shipley Cox Brinton

Miscellaneous, undated.
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4 notebooks titled: The Genesis of Writing; Seneca; Anna S. Cox; Venetic

Published writings of Anna Shipley Cox Brinton, 1925-1966, undated.
Box 6
Scope and Contents

Reprint from Mills College Quarterly, address by Anna Shipley Cox Brinton, 1919; Vergilian Allusions in the New England Poets, published The Classical Journal. vol. XXI, No. 1, pp. 29- 39 and continued in vol. XXI, no. 2, pp. 85-99, 1925 October; "The Ships of Columbus in Brant's Vergil" / by Anna Shipley Cox Brinton. A review from the Proceedings of the American Philological Association, vol. LVII. Photocopy, 1926; The Ships of Columbus in Brant's Virgil, published in Art and Archaeology, vol. XXVI, no. 3, pp. 83-86. (on the cover is noted in hand the publication of an "article on Nicholas V restoration of the Papal City in vol. 7, 251-255,July 1918, by Anna Shipley Cox"), 1928 September; Higher Learning -the American Woman Student, address given at Mills College Degree Day, program only preserved, 1937 June 14; Proofs of essay for "Children of Light: in Honor of Rufus M. Jones." Ed. by Howard H. Brinton. Chap. VII "Latin Works of Friends" by Anna Shipley Cox Brinton. 3 copies, one incomplete, 1938; Uncharted Education, on the CPS, published in Friends Intelligencer. pp. 41-42, 1944 January 15; Toward Undiscovered Ends: Friends and Russia for 300 Years Pendle Hill Pamphlet no. 62, with Anna Brinton's corrections by hand. (see letter 1952 February 4), 1951 November; Love and Unity Among Friends published in The Christian Century, pp 652-653, celebrating the merging of the two Philadelphia Yearly Meetings after 128 years of separation, together with early draft (not present), 1955 June 1; Obituary for Edith F. Sharpless, published in "Bridges of Peace", Third Quarter by the Japan Committee of Philadelphia Youth Ministers, 1956; Ecumenical Impressions, a report on the meeting of the General Board of the National Council of Churches held in Los Angeles, December 4 and 5, 1956, published in Friends Journal, pp. 22-23, 1957 January 12; Most Winning Spokesman of the Moral Life," published on the 150th anniversary of the birth of John Greenleaf Whittier in the Friends Journal, pp. 794-796, 1957 December 7; Balancing Life in Unsettled Times, address given at the Cape May Conference and published Friends Journal pp. 480-481, 1958 August 23; The Time of Old Age., published You Are Called. Blueprints, United Society of Friends Women,1959-1960, pp. 42-48, 1960 March; Catharine E. B. Cox, obituary, Friends Journal, p. 42, 1965 January 15; The Wit and Wisdom of William Bacon Evans, Pendle Hill pamphlet, 1966 May

Unpublished Miscellaneous Writings of Anna Shipley Cox Brinton, 1931-1969, undated.
Box 6
Scope and Contents

Account of Friends Meetings, travels and historical anecdotes from the visit to England, 20 handwritten pages, circa 1931; Miscellaneous notes scribbled on a yellow legal pad pertaining to the AFSC, 1948-1958; Annotated Typescript on the reunification of Friends in Philadelphia.., circa 1956; Mary Dyer, account of the dedication of the statue on Boston Common., circa 1959 July; Draft copies and correspondence concerning an article on Rebecca Jones written for Biographical Dictionary of Notable American Women, 1607-1950., 1962 September; Correspondence concerning and draft copies of the article on Rebecca Jones written for Biographical Dictionary of Notable American Women, 1607-1950., 1962 September; Manuscript and typescript of an article about Stephen Crisp, "A Short History of a Long Travel from Babylon to Bethel." Also correspondence regarding, 1969; "Sebastian Brant's Virgil, Strassburg, 1502." Typescript draft of manuscript, undated; Notes on William Bacon Evans for Wit and Wisdom pamphlet. Notes are recorded in a 1939 diary, undated; The International Peace conference met last July in London. . . 6 Manuscript pages, undated; Notes on Sevagram, "work centered education," and Gandhi's wife teaching him the force of non-cooperation as a political policy, undated; Notes made by Anna Brinton considering a new appointment, undated; Several single sheets of notes, undated; 4 pages of notes concerning the history of marriage as recorded in the 0ld Testament and in the Society of Friends, undated; Play, "The Enchanted Horse." 1 Manuscript page, undated; Story, "Prince Couledad..." 1 Manuscript page, undated Story, "A Dream." 1 Manuscript page, undated; Story, "The Poor Girl." 1 Manuscript page, undated; Group of materials related to The Eagles, including stories and drawings, undated

Poems, 1958, undated.
Box 6
Scope and Contents

Includes: "Mover's Moan," written by AB for Catharine Miles, 1958 May; Beginning "Before the beginning is God..." to Catharine M. Cox. 6 MS. pages, undated; Beginning "Borne by resistless Fate..." 2 MS. pages, undated; "Under two little Sunbonnets." 1 MS. page, undated "For Mopsa." 1 MS. page, undated; "I Dream." 1 MS. page, undated

Musings, undated.
Box 6
Book Reviews and contracts, 1930-1965.
Box 6
Scope and Contents

Review of "Cross and Crown: Letter from the Past- 142," reference to Anna Brinton as latest editor of Penn's No Cross No Crown. published Reviews of some of Anna Shipley Cox Brinton's books: Friends Intelligencer, vol. 111, no. 6, p. 76 only preserved here., 1954 February 6; Review of AB's Quaker Profiles by F.W.B., published by Friends Journal, 1965 January 1; Contracts Mapheus Vegius and his Thirteenth Book of the Aeneid; Contracts for Byways in Quaker History (with Howard Haines Brinton)

Materials relating to Anna and Howard Brinton and Japan, 1944-1970, undated.
Box 6
Scope and Contents

Note: Some correspondence specifically on the period in Japan is included here. Quakerism in Japan, by Edith Sharpless and published by the Friends World Committee for Consultation, 1944 June 8; Differences Between Zen Buddhism and Quakerism, a talk given at a Quaker conference in Kyoto, Japan by Sohaku Ogata, Typescript, 9 p, 1945 July 4; Mizusawa, Japan, 12 TLS to Anna Brinton from Anton Braun having trouble with his vocation, 1953; The Impact of the East on the West, 1 mimeographed page heavily annotated, 1953 August 30; 2 letters from Jane Rittenhouse, Friends Center, Tokyo to Robert and Ruth Mans, J.R. describes coming to the Center, Howard Haines Brinton who was preparing to leave and her introduction to Anna Brinton, 1954 September and August; Tokyo International Student Seminar, The World and the East, "A Westerner Looks at the Problem " talk by Howard Haines Brinton, 1 mimeographed page heavily annotated, 1954 August 4; Pendle Hill Conference Program, "The Message of the Society of Friends for Today," Howard Haines Brinton also speaking. Sogen Asahina, Abbot of Enkakuji and Kathleen Lonsdale, 1954 August 21; From Tokyo Monthly Meeting to Philadelphia Youth Ministers expressing appreciation of Howard Haines Brinton's work during his time in Japan, 1954 August 15; A copy of the 3 page "Japan Report" from Lewis Hoskins to Frank and Julia describing discussions with Anna Brinton on work of the Center, 1954 November 5; List of attendees of Hayama Pendle Hill Institute, 1954 November 21-22; To a Person Who Worked For Peace and Love by Kimiko Nunokawa, 1954; 2 letters to Anna Brinton from Bhikkhu Gyotsu Sato traveling to India and describing his visit to the Friends Center in New Delhi and plans to visit Gandhian ashrams throughout India, 1954 December 16, 31; Friends School, Tokyo, Japan, Report Prepared for Japan committee. Printed, 1955; Appreciation of the Brintons from Setagaya Neighborhood Center. In Japanese. With translation, 1955 January 19; From Japan Yearly Meeting to Philadelphia Yearly Meeting expressing appreciation of Anna Brinton's work during her time in Japan, 1955 January 23; A collection of loving thanks sent by many friends in Japan to Howard Haines Brinton, 1955 January 23; Religious and Educational Leaders Call for Repentance of Hiroshima Bombing Ten Years Ago put out by F.O.R, 1955 August 1; Letters, including of Fumiye Miho and Esther Rhoads and reports to do with the Setagaya Neighborhood Center and work of the Friends Mission in Japan preserved by Anna Brinton, 1955-1956; Card and booklet sent to the Japan Committee for Christmas by Seiji and Ume Hirakawa, 1956-1957; Letter to Sylvan Wallen from Jane Rittenhouse, cc Anna Brinton regarding Midori Hayashi, 1957 July 17; Extracts from 2 letters from the Standing Committee of Japan Yearly Meeting first to Thomas A. Jones and 2nd to Sarah C. Swan concerning the expansion of the old Friends Center and the creation of an International Friends Center, 1958, 1959; Seasons Greetings booklet from Seiju Hirakawa, 1962-1963; From Kimi Nunokawa to Howard and Anna Brinton regarding work at the Setagaya Neighborhood Center and joy at their projected visit to Japan, 1964 August 18; Recollection written down by Howard Haines Brinton of the World Peace Conference held in Japan in 1954 organized by the Nichiran Buddhist sect with help from the Friends Center. (see entry for 1954, April 2, in "Unpublished Lectures Howard Haines Brinton."), 1970; Minutes of the Japan Committee Meeting, 4 pages, 1974 February 23 New York Group letter to Howard and Anna Brinton from the participants of the 6th Pendle Hill Institute held at Hayama, Japan, March 26-27; New York Seventh Pendle Hill Institute in Japan, draft of program, March 26-27; Among those with whom we have had communication are the following: a 2 page list of names on AFSC Japan Unit letterhead by Howard Haines Brinton, undated; Annual report of the Japan Committee, pp 3 and 4 only, undated; Typed copy of 3 paragraphs from, "Re-thinking Missions by William Ernest Hocking, chairman, page 47, 48", undated; Fifty Years of Quakerism in Japan, Typescript, 6 pages found among Anna Brinton's papers no indication of date or authorship (Edith Sharpless?), undated; This Guide is Prepared for Overseas Workers of the Japan Committee of the Religious Society of Friends, 8 typed pages, copy, found among Anna Brinton's papers; date and authorship not noted, undated

Photographic reproductions of Daniel Wheeler manuscripts dating 1832-1843, undated.
Box 7
Scope and Contents

Note: There are no notes by Anna Shipley Cox Brinton.

Photographic reproductions of Daniel Wheeler manuscripts dating 1832-1843, undated.
Box 7
Scope and Contents

Note: There are no notes by Anna Shipley Cox Brinton.

Photographic reproductions of Daniel Wheeler manuscripts dating 1832-1843, undated.
Box 7
Scope and Contents

Note: There are no notes by Anna Shipley Cox Brinton.

Photographic reproductions of Daniel Wheeler manuscripts dating 1832-1843, undated.
Box 7
Scope and Contents

Note: There are no notes by Anna Shipley Cox Brinton.

Photographic reproductions of Daniel Wheeler manuscripts dating 1832-1843, undated.
Box 7
Scope and Contents

Note: There are no notes by Anna Shipley Cox Brinton.

Photographic reproductions of Daniel Wheeler manuscripts dating 1832-1843, undated.
Box 7
Scope and Contents

Note: There are no notes by Anna Shipley Cox Brinton.

Notes on Quaker Women "Women's Ministry, October 2.", undated.
Box 7
Doukhobors, undated.
Box 7
Scope and Contents

Includes 3 notebooks of notes and a typescript of "A Message from A Doukhobor ...' with attribution of ownership.

Quakers in Russia, undated.
Box 7
Scope and Contents

Materials in Typescript form taken from a variety of sources and time periods; Manuscript transcription from George Fox's Rise of Friends relating to Russia, in the hand of Henry Cadbury; "The Famine in Russia," Manuscript in an unattributed hand, on Friends Feeding in Russia post World War I; Photograph (black and white), "Wm. M. Moogelsky ret'd from USSR early April, Krestova, circa 1959"

Photographic reproductions of No Cross, No Crown, 1669 ed, undated.
Box 8
Scope and Contents

Note: There are no notes by Anna Shipley Cox Brinton.

Catalog of numbered works of art and architecture., undated.
Box 8
Scope and Contents

Notes in Anna Brinton's hand

"Halos.", 1932, 1935, undated.
Box 8
Scope and Contents

Notebook and some pages of notes by Anna Shipley Cox Brinton; Letters from Daniel Dye in 1932 and Carl Schuster in 1935 [on topic of halos], 1932, 1935; Typescript from an account by Coomaraswany; Some illustrations

"The Orient.", 1937, 1953, undated.
Box 8
Scope and Contents

Some pages of notes by Anna Shipley Cox Brinton; Booklet of illustrations, Nara, Japan, with titles by Anna Shipley Cox Brinton and other illustrations; Booklet written and illustrated by Anna Shipley Cox Brinton(?) for New Year's in Japan, 1953; Printed materials, including article by Hu Shih, 1937; Booklet of photographs, some relating to West China Union University and some other photographs; 8 photo postcards on achieving Zen in Japan

Miscellaneous items preserved by Anna Shipley Cox, 1945, undated.
Box 8
Scope and Contents

A China Convoy Anthology Chungking, 1945; Albert Baily Jr.'s poem to W[illiam] B[acon] E[vans] Yearly Meeting at Bristol: Order of Procession; Anna Brinton's first visit to Greece, a saga in poetical form of her excursions with a group of friends written by a member of the group; Typescript copy, perhaps taken from Emerson's Heroism Several clippings on assorted topics; Section of Lewis Carroll's Lays of Sorrow copied by Anna Brinton

Romance of our Trust Fund, undated.
Box 8
Scope and Contents

One page about the Charleston Trust; Document from the Orphans Court of Chester County Pennsylvania regarding the Estate of Susan G. Shipley, Deceased

Baskerville, undated.
Box 8
Scope and Contents

List of English names; "A List of the Subscribers"

Materials for Quaker Profiles marked "Business box 9 Meeting, Social Testimonies, undated.
Box 9
Scope and Contents

Photographs and transparencies of silhouettes

Materials for Quaker Profiles marked "Business box 9 Meeting, Social Testimonies, undated.
Box 9
Scope and Contents

Notes on silhouette sitters

Materials for Quaker Profiles marked "Business box 9 Meeting, Social Testimonies, undated.
Box 9
Scope and Contents

Notes on note cards and in notebook by Anna Brinton

Materials for Quaker Profiles marked "Business box 9 Meeting, Social Testimonies, undated.
Box 9
Scope and Contents

Letters of response to this line of research

Materials for Quaker Profiles marked "Business box 9 Meeting, Social Testimonies, undated.
Box 9
Scope and Contents

Some printed material

Note cards, undated.
Box 10
Scope and Contents

Images; Silhouettes; Quaker journals and letters Eastern religions; Other

Mostly notes on the Emperor Julian, September, 1914.
Box 11
Guest Book, 1922-1927.
Box 11
Membership of Philadelphia Monthly Meeting for the Western District 1926 with Anna Brinton's annotations, 1926.
Box 11
Address Book for Pendle Hill, 1936.
Box 11
Howard and Anna Brinton's MiIls College address book containing many Xmas cards from friends in Japan, undated.
Box 11
Anna Shipley Cox Brinton's Notebooks Containing Travel Notes And Notes On Books Read, undated.
Box 11
Notes on George Fox and other early Friends, economic theory, medals, and Xmas cards. 2 notebooks, 1931-1932.
Box 11
Anna Brinton, Japan, June 23, New York, undated.
Box 11
Tokyo Note Book: Japanese theatre and fans, undated.
Box 11
Notes on The Chinese Eye by Chiang Yu, Gertrude Stein and Eric Gill, undated.
Box 11
Story about Dr. Halifax, undated.
Box 11
Mostly notes on reading about the Renaissance, undated.
Box 11
Anna Brinton's sketches, undated 2 Japanese sketchbooks, undated.
Box 11
Hawaii, Japan Korea: photograph album, undated.
Box 11
Glimpses of China: photograph album, undated.
Box 11
Quotations: mostly Anna Brinton's notes but contains some notes by Howard Haines Brinton on Jowett and Burton and on p. 68 pressed ivy leaves from Jacob Boehme's grave with quotation from a January 13, 1921 letter by Rufus Jones to Anna Brinton, thanking for the leaves she sent him, undated.
Box 12
"Scribble in Book," AB's notes, also containing notes by Howard Haines Brinton, undated.
Box 12
Japanese paper stitched with red thread containing notes on T. S. Eliot art criticism, undated.
Box 12
Japanese paper stitched with red thread also containing notes on art criticism, Chinese seals, halos and architecture and anecdote about S. Ambrose reading silently, undated.
Box 12
Notes on readings on the early history of Friends, also contains notes by Howard Haines Brinton, undated.
Box 12
Notes on the nature of religion, undated.
Box 12
Mostly notes on the Benedictine order, undated.
Box 12
Cash Book, small black ledger, travel notes to England, France, Italy, description of flying over Greece, landing in Athens, flying over Crete to Egypt, on to Karachi and time in India.(not present), 1946.
Box 12
Cash Book, small black ledger, travel notes to China (not present), 1946.
Box 12
Sample Sets of "Elephant Brand" stationary (China and India trip (not present)), 1946 May-June, 1946.
Box 12
Anna Brinton, Enchiridion: mostly notes on D. H. Lawrence, undated.
Box 12
Mostly notes about disarmament and ecumenism Memoranda of friends met and some anecdotes, undated.
Box 12
Notes on classics with one of the Mills bookplates, undated.
Box 12
Notes on Indian mystics, notes on ritual and symbol, Muste, Walter Lipman, social organization, notes in Howard Haines Brinton's hand, notes on halos and the sacred lotus, undated.
Box 12
Notes on reading Freya Stark, D.H. Lawrence, Mornings in Mexico, and a few other bits, undated.
Box 12
Notes from Colin Bell on South America, undated.
Box 12
Notes on the Cistercian order, jokes and other notes, undated.
Box 12
Notes on Christopher Wordsworth's Greece and a few addresses, undated.
Box 12
Scraps of poems and jingles, undated.
Box 12
Notes on reading V. Sackville West, All Passion Spent The Young Melborine, David Cecil, Kristin Lavransdottir and The Desert Fathers, June, 1957.
Box 13
Mostly Howard Haines Brinton's and Anna Brinton's notes on early Friends, the last few pages contain some notes from other reading in Anna Brinton's hand, undated.
Box 13
Notes on Quaker testimonies in the front; addresses in the back, undated.
Box 13
Fragmentary notes on Mexico, notes from My Life in Mexico by Frances Calderon de la Barca (1860 ? other dates noted 1913-1916), 1860, 1913-1916.
Box 13
Anna Brinton. Woodbrooke, Birmingham: mostly notes on halos, undated.
Box 13
Anna Brinton. Woodbrooke: notes on worship and comparative religion, undated.
Box 13
"Anna Shipley Cox:" first visit to Rome, undated.
Box 13
Notes on Wordsworth, Rufus Jones' lectures on mysticism in an unfamiliar hand and other notes in Anna Brinton's hand, undated.
Box 13
Visit to England, circa 1914 August- September 9, 1914.
Box 13
Notes on early printers in a copy of "A History of the Friends Reference Library", 1921.
Box 13
Anna Shipley Cox Brinton's Japan notebooks (3 notebooks), 1952 September-December, 1952.
Box 13
Japan notebooks (twelve notebooks), 1953 January–December; Note: There are many additional papers, articles and photos laid in and pasted in which help to understand the historical context for the notebooks. Additional materials laid in relating to trip to Korea in 1953, including clippings, 2 photos, other ephemera Taking the June 1953 notebook as an example for all the notebooks, the following information was recorded: Eleanor Roosevelt met by Gilbert and Minnie Bowles in Hawaii, then to Japan and Friends Center, discussing neighborhood centers, Meeting House with 70 present and discussion of human rights; Anna Shipley Cox Brinton teaching a class; attending Meeting; soldiers at Setagaya, bringing cake and candy and other goods; clothing distribution at Setagaya; EGV's book, Windows for the Crown Prince; Inazo Nitobe's Geneva lecture on the Society of Friends in Japan "delightful"; visit to kindergarten at Setagaya; restoration of Korea; world politics; many references to Esther B. Rhoads; Anna Shipley Cox Brinton speaks at Friends Girls School; many names given for people encountered; rebuilding of churches bombed during the war; quotations from Bible., 1953.
Box 14
Anna Shipley Cox Brinton notebooks for Japan, Korea and "home via Hawaii", 1954, 1955 January-February; Note: Notebook contents range from issues relating to American Friends Service Committee to individuals such as Esther B. Rhoads and Iwao Ayusawa to political reflections involving current events in Japan, Germany and elsewhere to religious musings and philosophy of peace and war and some photographs and more. There are a number of items laid into the notebooks, such as copies of scheduled events, biographical sketches, photos, etc. Twelve Japan notebooks, 1954 January-December One Korea notebook, 1954 Home via Hawaii: two notebooks, 1955 January- February, 1954-1955.
Box 15
1936.
Box 16
1942.
Box 16
1944.
Box 16
1945.
Box 16
Travels and addresses in China (3 notebooks, 1 diary),, 1946-1947.
Box 16
1950.
Box 16
1952.
Box 16
1953.
Box 16
Cover only, with photo of infant Margaret Cary, 1954.
Box 16
1955-1959.
Box 17
Scope and Contents

Small appointment book partially filled, 1955; Appointment book, 1955-1956; Appointment book and diary and addresses, 1956; November, December, January; Appointment book/diary, 1957; Appointment book/diary, including Dukhobor visit, 1958; Appointment book/diary, including Dukhobor visit, 1959

1960-1962.
Box 17
Scope and Contents

Appointment book/diary, 1960; Appointment book/diary, including trip to Mexico, 1961; Appointment book/diary; see August 11 scant notes about Coxes in Iowa, 1962; Identical to above, only used through March 10, including notes for "Quaker Profiles", 1962

1964-1968.
Box 17
Scope and Contents

Appointment book, 1964 Appointment book, 1965 Appointment book/diary, 1966 Appointment book, 1967 Appointment book, 1968

undated.
Box 18
Scope and Contents

These were probably used to accompany talks by Anna Shipley Cox Brinton. Slides are of silhouettes of Quakers and museum paintings

Individuals and groups, often including Anna Shipley Cox Brinton, Howard Haines Brinton, also Yuki Brinton. Many of these individuals are identified on the verso, including Iwao Ayusawa and Fumiye Miho, undated.
Box 19
Japan Yearly Meeting, 1955.
Box 19
Seminar; Pendle Hill Institute; Peace Ceremony; Shimotsuma Meeting; Tokyo Young Friends; Friends Center, Tokyo; Tokyo Agricultural College; Toyama Heights Neighborhood Centre and various buildings, undated.
Box 19
Tokyo Friends School, undated.
Box 19
World Peace Conference, 1954.
Box 19
Setagaya Friends Neighborhood Center, some relating to kindergarten children, undated.
Box 19
Scope and Contents

Many not identified, but assumed to be the Center. Quite a number include Anna Shipley Cox Brinton

Setagaya Friends Neighborhood Center, some relating to kindergarten children, undated.
Box 19
Scope and Contents

Many not identified, but assumed to be the Center. Quite a number include Anna Shipley Cox Brinton

Setagaya Friends Neighborhood Center, some relating to kindergarten children, undated.
Box 19
Scope and Contents

Many not identified, but assumed to be the Center. Quite a number include Anna Shipley Cox Brinton

Setagaya Friends Neighborhood Center slides relating to the Nursery School.
Box 19
Views of life in Japan in the 1950s, circa 1950s.
Box 19
Scope and Contents

Some duplicates. Some taken by H. Ogawa. Only a few are identified or annotated

Christmas Cards, undated.
Box 20
Scope and Contents

Anna Shipley Cox Brinton scrapbook (disbound), mostly of Christmas cards received

Christmas Cards sent, undated.
Box 20
Christmas Cards recieved, undated.
Box 20
Souvenirs of Anna Shipley Cox Brinton and Howard Haines Brinton, 1903-1952.
Box 20
Scope and Contents

Haverford Junior Play Program and Menu for First Annual Bacchanalian Revel on December 9th, 1903 May 15; Program for Class Day Exercises, Haverford, 1904 June 9; Anna Shipley Cox's Westtown School Yearbook, 1905; Olney class request for Howard Haines Brinton to come to their graduation, 1909 April 23; From the files of the Child Feeding Program in Kattowitz: typed copies of poems and parodies saved by Howard Haines Brinton, 1921; Class records kept by Anna Brinton at Mills, 1928; Mills College final examination in The Philosophy of Modern Science, 1933; Class Book kept by Howard Haines Brinton while teaching course at Bryn Mawr, 1934-1935; Program of service for the celebration of Easter at Mills College, 1936 April 12; Sonnet for a Friends' Wedding, for John Cary and Catharine Brinton by Kenneth Boulding, 1951 July 4; Painted card from Peter Walsh to Howard Haines Brinton, 1952 January 12; Congratulations on the completion of a great term paper; Sketch of the back of Howard Haines Brinton's head with note, "Drawn by Pendle Hiller during lecture", undated; Howard Haines Brinton birthday wishes, gifts, 1950s-1970s

The Brinton's House at Mills College, undated.
Box 21
Scope and Contents

Specs for Brinton house at Mills; Pictures of Brinton house in California Arts and Architecture; Various cost statements

Materials relating to Brintons at Mills College, 1933-1936.
Box 21
Scope and Contents

Students' handbook, 1933-1934; "Treasure: Four years of your youth in Mills College!..." Mills College calendar, 1933-1934, 1935-1936

Pictures of Anna Shipley Cox Brinton and Howard Haines Brinton, undated.
Box 21
Scope and Contents

Photograph (black and white) of Anna Shipley Cox Brinton at Pendle Hill, Wallingford, Pennsylvania; Pencil sketch of Howard Haines Brinton as young man drawn and signed by Takeo Arishima

Transcription of Gospels, undated.
Box 21
Scope and Contents

Holograph transcription of Lindisfarne Gospels in early script [by Anna Shipley Cox Brinton]

Anna Shipley Cox Brinton at Pendle Hill, 1947-1948. undated.
Box 21
Scope and Contents

"Thoughts from the Silence" verses by Margaret Crownfield and Carol Murphy presented to HB and Anna Brinton, Pendle Hill, 1948 June; Practice of Silent Meditation": folded Manuscript Brochure with illustrations; Notebook of meditations: Manuscript with hand-drawn illustrations. Presented to Anna Brinton in 1947; Memo on water heaters at Pendle Hill Issues regarding Pendle Hill (Manuscript) Map of Pendle Hill area

Miscellany, 1925, 1959, 1967, 2005, undated.
Box 21
Scope and Contents

August 10 2 postcard pictures of lona and a leaflet, "An American visits the lona Community," by Paul Hutchinson; August 19 visit to the Bruderhof community together with the proposed lecture Program from Woodbrooke Summer School, the final version and the "Autumn letter to our friends from The Wheathill Bruderhof"; Walter R. Miles entry in A History of Psychology in Autobiography, 1967. Reprint of article inscribed to Brintons; 'Lines for Howard and Anna Brinton; from their children and grandchildren. Typescript, 1959; Story about Anna Shipley Cox Brinton and bees, retold by Jack Sutters, 2005; "The Pacific Coast Association of Friends," undated Manuscript; Minutes of AFSC Training Comm. Meeting, (Anna Brinton a member), 1943 December 8; Minutes of AFSC Ed. Comm., (Anna Brinton a member), 1945 January 8; ALS by Amelia Thomas to Kathy Forbes. regarding Howard Brinton., 1970; Friends School, Ackworth engraving. Five Years Meeting photo, from Walter Miles. Fragile. To bindery for flattening; 2 postcards depicting Friends Girls School, Tokyo 2 sheets in Japanese, untranslated; Photocopies of part of the program of the final public examination for the degree of doctor of philosophy for Howard Haines Brinton, combined with thesis chapter information and brief biographical information to 1925, circa 1925

Passports, drivers' licences, etc, undated.
Box 21
Scope and Contents

10 passports; 3 AFSC certificates of Identity; German drivers license (Howard Haines Brinton) Japanese driver's license (Howard Haines Brinton) Carte d'identite, Kattowitz; 2 vaccination certificates; Residence permit (Anna Brinton)

Letters from Howard Haines Brinton, 1903-1919.
Box 22A
Scope and Contents

15 items: To family. Northfield Student Conference, YMCA, East Northfield Ma [Haverford and other schools represented; gives words to special Haverford "yell"; courses during the day] Attached is Haverford Junior Day play program, in which Howard Haines Brinton had a part, 1903 July 2; To family. London [account of voyage], 1911 July 18; To family. Oxford, England [continuing account; preparing for Rhine voyage, then German, Dutch, and Italian cities, followed by Switzerland and France, 1911? July 21; To family. London [continuing trip description; visited with Norman Penney at Friends Library], 1911? July 22; Marked "3". Grindelwald [continuing trip description], 1911? August 7, undated; 4 letters from Howard Haines Brinton to Friends of the Class of 1908 of Olney Friends School written from Pickering College. [requesting news and reporting about himself], 1912, 1913, undated; Pickering College [soldiers everywhere in Toronto, training to be sent to war], 1913?; To "Dud." Guilford College, North Carolina [Thomas Newlin as new president at Guilford and resulting upheaval], 1915 February 27; To family. Guilford College, North Carolina [being received on his arrival as a new professor], 1915 September 12; To family. Guilford College, North Carolina [teaching a class of 60], 1915 September 21, 22; To family. Guilford College, North Carolina [teaching a voluntary Bible class; is chair of the Quakerism class; bought a Maxfield Parrish for his wall; comment on the Guilford president], 1915 October 4; To family. Guilford College, North Carolina [leading a Quakerism class on the rise of the Society of Friends], 1915 October 17; To family. Guilford College, North Carolina [is chair of the minstrel show; financial campaign, but doesn't bring in the likes of Quaker farmers], 1915?; To Algernon Evans. Columbia, South Carolina [report of Howard Haines Brinton's visit at Dr. Hobbs' request to Camp Jackson in search of information concerning the C.O.s imprisoned there, with extensive information on COs and Camp Sevier], 1918 June 16

Letters from Howard Haines Brinton, 1920.
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15 items: Howard Haines Brinton to "Wilbur." [enjoyed visit to Penn College], 1920 February 14; To family. Omaha, Neb [speech at Penn College; presenting the work of A.F.S.C. and to get recruits – with no pay; went to Nebraska Central College with same program as at Penn and will continue on to California; mentions some Friends' work], 1920? February 18; To family. Whittier, Ca [more of trip events; Friends church in Whittier is the largest in the world], 1920? February 29; To family. Dresden, Germany [while in Berlin, visited some of the 800 AFSC feeding centers daily, some feeding few, others thousands; menus at the centers; no slums, as in America; Quaker Embassy, an organisation separate from theirs; socialists running the government, the king having fled; visit by Will Eves and Francis Bacon who are in charge of another district, while Bob Yarnall in charge of all the work], 1920 July 26; To family. Dresden [at conference, decided that English Friends are much in advance of American Friends in their thinking on economic problems, 1920? August?; To family. Berlin [attended conference in Dresden on feeding issues; some nervousness in Germany over Bolshevik advance into Poland, mostly because of unemployment, 1920? August 8; To Marg[uerite]. Dresden [his day in Dresden], 1920 September 4; To family. Dresden [Germans so hungry they must guard the supplies; wonderful maid service and comfortable living for Howard Haines Brinton], 1920 September 7; To family [much time in past week spent in Breslau and day's activities], 1920 September 24; To D. Robert Yarnall. Berlin [report of AFSC work in which Howard Haines Brinton is involved and situation in Germany], 1920 October 6; To family. Dresden [feelings between Germans and Poles bitter and French will not give the former protection, and provoking the Poles to terrorize the Germans; the British and; Americans associate with the Germans, not with the French and Poles; A.R.A. will be turning over all feeding to AFSC; French censoring the mails], 1920? October 13; To Ed. Dresden [brotherly advices], 1920 October 16; Kattowitz, Upper Silesia [just finishing first few weeks in Upper Silesia and trip from Dresden; on implementing new feeding systems; spent some time in Poland; mentions Anna Cox, who has charge of student feeding operations], 1920 October 27, November 3; Upper Silesia [more on feeding children] Also report by Howard Haines Brinton "A Short Method of Checking up Proper Use of Ration in Kitchens", 1920 December 13; To family. Kattowitz [vote will take place end of December on whether Upper Silesia will belong to Germany or Poland, both wanting it, but maybe the land will be divided, but feeling on both sides high] Encloses map of district with feeding centers marked, 1920 December 20; To family. Kattowitz, 1920 December 22; To family. London [(All) Friends' conference, with long sessions], 1920; To family. France [has arrived in Paris after visit to other parts of France; feeding work in France has dwindled], 1920?; To family. Berlin [has visited Paris and Frankfort, including child feeding; in addition to their Quaker feeding group, there is also the Quaker Embassy, where literature is distributed in German; went with E. Rhoads and Henry Cadbury to visit a feeding center with obviously-starved children; feeding 450,000 in 3,000 centers], 1920?

Letters from Howard Haines Brinton, 1921.
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January-May, 20 items: Note: The letters are almost all written from Germany, almost all from Kattowitz and Berlin, reporting on personal events, contacts, feelings about his work. Not all letters are detailed below. To family. Kattowice [love for America in Germany, and a belief in its good intentions; Kattowitz developed by Germany; French army of occupation], 1921 January 13; To family. Kattowitz [Germans nervous at rumor of 400 Poles crossing border], 1921 January 16; To family. Warsaw [visited American Relief Administration head office in Warsaw, Hoover's org. which is feeding 1,100,000 using same methods as AFSC], 1921 January 21; To family. Berlin [decision made to work with publicity in Berlin, rather than staying with administrative aspects of work in Kattowitz], 1921 February 26; To family. Berlin [organized a committee to raise funds for Russia, working with Mme Lomonosov whom he met at Hull House, and whose husband, Director General of Russian railways, is in Germany to buy locomotives, and supports current Russian government; were to meet Leonid Krasin (leading authority in foreign trade matters)], 1921 March 1; To family. Berlin [visited refugee camp where they told that 10,000 had been driven out of Alsace Loraine by French, but given relief by Quakers; another day, visited a Russian refugee camp close to Berlin, where 600 Bolshevists were interned after crossing to German soil, all Tatars; another camp of German refugees from Russia], 1921 March 13; To family. Berlin [Friends' methods in feeding centers], 1921 March 29; To Friends. Berlin [philosophy of giving aid], 1921 January 1; To family. Berlin [will take up study for doctorate in Germany, then possibly go to Harvard; engaged to Anna Cox], 1921 April 11; To family [insurgency at Offeln, north of Upper Silesia, and battle; child feeding affected, but supplies safe], 1921 May 19; To Charles and Lydia Cox. Berlin [expressing love for their daughter, Anna], 1921 May 22; To parents. Berlin [financial situation on the eve of his marriage], 1921 May 26

Letters from Howard Haines Brinton, 1921.
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June-December, 10 items: Note: Not all letters are detailed below. To "dear friends." [letter to "prominent and typical Germans" to solicit their responses to a group of psychological, social and political, relief and economic questions (attached)], 1921 June 1; To family [Germany] [explains that ensuing marriage will not change his close relations to his family; did not get job at Westtown, but will take up work at Earlham], 1921 June 6; To family. Berkeley, Ca [British Friend published a statement they attributed to Howard Haines Brinton that Germany was doing well and feeding unneeded, which he never said; will be speaking in the German American campaign to raise $300,000 for the child feeding], 1921 September 28; To family. Mills College, California [will be giving a speech on "The Aftermath of War in Europe;" the Upper Silesia decision of the League of Nations, giving 3 or 4 of the big cities which are almost entirely German to Poland], 1921 October 29; To family. Mills College, California [has received a T. Wistar Brown award of $500], 1921 December 19; To family [one of their wedding presents was from Herbert and Mrs. Hoover], 1921 December 31

Letters from Howard Haines Brinton, 1922.
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10 items, Note: Not all letters are detailed below, but those that are not are often related to general family information. To family [structure of day while working toward doctorate; visit to Cox family], 1922 January 22; To family [death of Anna's mother] obituary clipping enclosed, 1922 April 14; To family. Leaving Omaha [move to Earlham], 1922 July 31; To family [birth of first child; letter written while attending Five Years Meeting], 1922 September 6

Letters from Howard Haines Brinton, 1923.
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6 items, Not all letters are detailed below, but those that are not are often related to general family information. To family. Richmond, Indiana [setting up the Physics Department at Earlham], 1923 August 18; To Ruthanna Brinton. Richmond, Indiana [everyone goes to a different Meeting; Rufus Jones to lecture in December], 1923? September 30

Letters from Howard Haines Brinton, 1924-1925.
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6 items. Note: Not all letters are detailed below, but those that are not are often related to general family information, including move to new house in or near Richmond, Indiana, birth of Edward and health. To family. Richmond, Indiana [discusses family Cox and their relatives, the Morrises, Lindleys et al, 1924?; To family [writing a book and visiting with William James and Alfred Elkinton, 1925 October 29

Letters from Howard Haines Brinton, 1926-1928.
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10 items, Note: Not all letters are detailed below, but those that are not are often related to general family information; also, setting up physics lab at Earlham and move to Mills College in California; To mother. Richmond, Indiana. encloses piece by Howard Haines Brinton published in The Forerunner in August 1927, 1927 October 2; To family [Palo Alto, Cal.?] [Daniel Test, superintendent of Pennsylvania Hospital, visit; went to Meeting at home of Augustus Murray where Hoovers often attend; attended reception at Hoover home], 1928 August 13

Letters from Howard Haines Brinton, 1929-1930.
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5 items, Note: Not all letters are detailed below, but those that are not often relate to general family information; also, arrival of new child, Joan, noted. To family [Earlham continues to have troubles, and needs a new president quickly; notes that Clarence Pickett will be come Executive Secretary of AFSC], 1929 April 22; To family. Mills College, Cal [thinking of his road to learning, first with a list; then a poem to West Chester Friends School which "influenced

Letters from Howard Haines Brinton, circa 1920s.
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6 items To family. On board S.S. Noordan [Expects to reach Boulogne soon; people on board], 1920 July 5; To family [Richmond, IN] 3 items [teaching physics and will teach philosophy; saw Bill Tilden play tennis; in process of finishing thesis], 1920s; To family [traveled with Anna to Yosemite and to Herbert Hoover's house. Hoover did not give a speech, though Mrs. Hoover did], 1920s; To family [arrived in Palo Alto from Richmond and rented big house

Letters from Howard Haines Brinton, 1932, 1934-1936.
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20 items Note: Not all letters in the folder are highlighted below, but taken together give a picture of the breadth of Brinton's correspondence and correspondents. Letters (carbon copies) in this folder begin to reflect the work of Howard Brinton at Pendle Hill. To Walter [Miles]. Mills College, Cal [home-school for daughter Joan; went to Palo Alto to watch Hoover welcomed home, 1932 November 10; To Dr. Eubanks Carsner. written on the train [concerning the personality of a personal God], 1934 September 9; To Pendle Hill students. Wallingford, Pennsylvania [letter of welcome], 1934 September 19; To Rufus Jones [reply to R.M.J.'s request for reaction to "Outline for a Fellowship Council"] outline included, 1935 November 14; To family. On board steamer on route to Yokohama, 1936 June 12; To [Anna Shipley Cox Brinton]. Gamagori [Japan] [met with Gilbert Bowles and Japanese Friends, Dr. Inouye, leading authority on philosophy and religion], 1936 June 18; To [Anna Shipley Cox Brinton]. Kyoto, [Japan] [more about trip in company with Professor Kishimoto, with descriptions of places visited; a sect of Shinto is much like Christian Science and their library has best collection of books on early Christianity in Japan], 1936 June 22; To [Anna Shipley Cox Brinton]. Kogasan [Japan] [more description of the trip and customs], 1936 June 27; To [Anna Shipley Cox Brinton] [Beijing, China?] [is at the College of Chinese Studies, coming from S. Korea; visits Japanese temples and stores; stories of Japanese oppression being told and some noted], 1936 July 6; To Clarence Pickett [would be glad to meet, but is scheduled to lecture at Bryn Mawr on that day; hopes for financial aid from AFSC for a Japanese Friend who would attend Friends World Conference and Pendle Hill], 1936 November 12; [(Pendle Hill) is planning to publish a bulletin describing their methods and objectives, i.e. to have at Pendle Hill 15-20 post-bac students working on certain problems and research], 1936 November 19-?; To Sarah Leeds [did not realize that the Emergency Peace Campaign only opposes offensive war, a serious modification of the Quaker position], 1936 November 27; To A. Ruth Fry [teaching course on philosophy of Pacifism (at Pendle Hill)], 1936 December 12

Letters from Howard Haines Brinton, 1937, 1939.
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35 items; Note: Letters are almost all carbon copies relating to Brinton's work at Pendle Hill. Not all letters in the folder are highlighted below, but taken together give a picture of the breadth of Brinton's correspondence and correspondents. To Edward Evans [believes in an absolute moral principles; the four tests of pacifism include primarily mysticism], 1937 January 6; To Richard Gregg [thanks for suggestions of books by Bertrand Russell and John Macmurray, which he plans to order], 1937 January 6; To dear friend [asking whether s/he would like to contribute to a volume of studies to commemorate Rufus Jones' 75th birthday], 1937 February 1; To Gerald Heard [re visit (to Pendle Hill) by Heard and (Aldous) Huxley, Brinton states that depending on their missionary zeal they could help Quakerism save the world "by making explicit what is now implicit"], 1937 April 22; To Clarence Pickett [invitation to dine and discuss pacifism with Gerald Heard and Aldous Huxley and explanation of their contributions], 1937 April 22; To C. Marshall Taylor [re Quaker approach to handling sit-down strikes], 1937 May 13; To James F. Walker [re his (Howard Haines Brinton) teaching a course at Westtown], 1937 July 27; To Harold Chance [on the idea of having Chance teach at Pendle Hill], 1937 July 28; To Walter and Peri (Catharine) [Miles] [will have a big conference of the work camp attendees' reunion of previous summer, 1939 December 27

Letters from Howard Haines Brinton, 1946-1948.
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15 items. Note: Some letters are copies relating to Brinton's work at Pendle Hill. To Gilbert White [re plan for the Education Conference to take place at Richmond], 1946 November 18; To the Members of the Executive Committee of the Fellowship Council. Wallingford, Pennsylvania [proposal to create a new yearly meeting on the Pacific coast], 1947 February 7; To [Anna Shipley Cox Brinton]. Stockholm [Sweden] [description of high school near Sigtuna reminiscent of Pendle Hill and trip from England through Denmark], 1948 July 13 To [Anna Shipley Cox Brinton]. 9 items written from Finland, Holland and England with continued trip description, including World Assembly] letter of Anna Shipley Cox Brinton attached, 1948 July 24–August 8; To Myron Tripp [refers Tripp to an article containing his views entitled "The Society of Friends in the World Council of Churches], 1949 November 14

Letters from Howard Haines Brinton, 1957, 1960-1962.
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20 items. To Melvin Arnold. Wallingford, Pennsylvania [re book by Van Etten on George Fox and the Quakers] including 2 letters by Arnold, 1957 August 2; To Hoseki Hisamatsu. Wallingford, Pennsylvania [way in which Quakers and Zen Buddhists can share in a religion] with response from Hisamatsu, 1961 January 9; To James Forsythe [tells of having had a heart attack], 1961 February 10; To Sogen Asahina. 3 items [re keeping Asahina's son at Pendle Hill for another year], 1961 October 18–1962 February 6; To Edward Milligan. 7 items [re book given to Friends House (London) library] 2 of the letters are by Richenda Scott, 1962; To George Brinton. "Dear George we meet again to celebrate" [written for brother George's 75th birthday], 1962 May ?; To Richard Sutton [answers the question of his interest in science as similar to other Quakers, closer to truth and reality than other subjects, but that religion more effective in putting the world right], 1962 May 31; To Hugh Borton [concerning the appointment of a successor to Douglas Steere] with response from Borton that appointment has been made and position of Curator of Quaker Collection increased to 2/3 time, 1962 June 25

Letters from Howard Haines Brinton, 1963, 1968-1970.
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30 items. Note: Not all letters in the folder are highlighted below, but many relate to the Korean translation of Brinton's Friends for 300 Years underwritten in part by the Chace Fund; some refer to his increasing years and infirmities. To George Allen and Unwin Co [re securing permission for republication of his work], 1963 October 30. To Ann Blair. Wallingford, Pennsylvania 19086 [re translation of his book Friends for 300 Years into Korean to be done by Sok-hon Ham], 1968 January 15. To Mrs. Lantero and Elsa. Wallingford, Pennsylvania [reasons behind Orthodox/Hicksite division], 1969 January 30, February 19. To Edmund Hillpern [on membership v. attendees at Friends Meetings as issues of contributing both financially and toward the work of the Meeting], 1969 February 26. To Alfred Stefferud [re speech delivered in Tokyo some years before on bringing world's religions into peace movement; and article on the varieties within Quakerism; article entitled "It Might have Been" is enclosed] Stefferud, editor of Friends Journal, responds, 1969 March 6, 1970 December 18, undated. To Eleanor Brinton. Wallingford, Pennsylvania [ancestry of the Brinton family], 1969?

Letters from Howard Haines Brinton, 1971.
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30 items. Note: Not all letters in the folder are highlighted below, but many references are made to his infirmities, especially blindness.To Walter and Catharine Miles [on the Pendle Hill pamphlet containing story by Anna Shipley Cox Brinton; Howard Haines Brinton manuscript being typed for publication], 1971 March 27. To John and Lydia Forbes [understands why Nixon does not attend Meeting; criticism of Washington (D.C.) Quakers; Anglicans and Quakers], 1971 April 30. To Dr. Sharan [appreciates the system of education laid out in Sharan's essay], 1971 May 7. To Hans Freund [would like confirmation of date he gave lecture at Penn State], 1971 June 7. To Alfred Stefferud [enclosing review (by Howard Haines Brinton) of book by John Forbes, The Springfield Mitre], 1971 June 15. To Edwin Sanders [on "liberal" Friends vs. "conservative Fundamentalist" Friends, and the differences in their beliefs which Howard Haines Brinton might assist with by giving a lecture at Pacific Yearly Meeting], 1971 July 19-August 23. To Frida Illsley [Pendle Hill pamphlet by Howard Haines Brinton, "Life and Light in the Fourth Gospel" being printed], 1971 September 14. To Yasaka Takagi [hopes Takagi's book will continue the road to peace for Japan by fostering international understanding], 1971 September 24. To editor of Temple U. Press [has written a book about Jacob Boehme in 1930, and has examined Dr. Kim's book on Boehme, which he considers excellent], 1971 November 5. To Fred Turner [on the need for spiritual underpinnings to Quakerism], 1971 November 23. To Eleanor [Mather?] [would like to publish a book called Meeting House and Farm House based on 2 publications of his, to be about country Friends, as Frederick Tolles' book was about city Friends], 1971 December 13

Letters from Howard Haines Brinton, 1972-1973.
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40 items. Note: Not all letters in the folder are highlighted below, but Brinton continues to have a large circle of correspondents. Many letters refer to his marriage to Yuki Takahashi and the good care she gives him. To John G. Barrow [interview between Elton Trueblood and Bill Moyers in Moyers' book; on criticism of Friends in Washington, 1972 January 11. To Ed [Brinton]. Wallingford, Pennsylvania [in the hospital where Yuki helps him eat and reads to him, while he thinks of new Pendle Hill pamphlets; still hopes to go to Pacific Yearly Meeting, 1972 February 19. To his children and their families and others [announces that he will marry Yuki Takahashi, since he cannot reward her in any other way for all her services, on which he relies and would not want to have her return to Japan], 1972 April 18. To Sarah Yarnall. Wallingford, Pennsylvania [his marriage will take place at his Meeting at Fourth and Arch Sts. in Philadelphia], 1972 April 25. To Alfred Stefferud. Wallingford, Pennsylvania [on a pamphlet in which Japanese students make observations on Quaker Meeting for Worship at Friends School, Tokyo], 1972 April 25. To William Morris Maier [in marrying Yuki, she will be safer in terms of immigration policies, and she will inherit 1/5 of his estate], 1972 May 4. To Ed Sanders [has been dictating his autobiography], 1972 May 4. To Henry Justice Williams [re placement of Mary Dyer statue in Philadelphia], 1972 May 15. To Mildred Young [hopes to put out a book on the religion of Fox, Barclay and Penn based on four Pendle Hill pamphlets], 1972 July 12. To Musahiro Tomimura [refers to his new book Quaker Journals], 1972 September 21

Letters from Howard Haines Brinton, undated.
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6 items. Some letters on Howard Haines Brinton publications, undated. To Anna Shipley Cox Brinton [on trip to Midwest, attends Ohio Y.M., sees Elise and Kenneth Boulding, CPS mentioned], undated

Letters to Howard Haines Brinton, A-B, 1934-1971.
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35 items. Note: Letters often request Howard Haines Brinton to visit, discuss their own writings, ask for advice, give thanks for Howard Haines Brinton's books. Letter writers include: Masao Abe, Abington Friends Meeting, Thomas Abler, Agnes Allinson, American Friends Service Committee (Japan), Anna H. and Elizabeth M. Chace Fund Committee, Violette Ansermez, John H. Arnett, Louise Arnold, Associated Hospital Service, Australia Yearly Meeting, Iwao Ayusawa, Nicholas Bailey, Marion E. Balsley, Evangeline Barrett, Joe Baur, Robert Beach, Margaret G. Beidle, Flora Belle, Philip S. Benjamin, Lewis Benson, B.F. Blair (Mrs.), Jean Bolen, Margaret Brick, William S. Bricker, Hal Bridges, Eleanor Brinton, Anna Broomall, Edwin B. Bronner, Carroll T. Brown, Bryn Mawr College, Samuel Bunting, William E. Beyerly, Wilbur P. Byhouwer. Highlights include: Abe, Masao. Kyoto, Japan [sending Howard Haines Brinton his thesis on Buddhism and Christianity], 1964 July 4. Abington Friends Meeting. Jenkintown, Pennsylvania [glad Howard Haines Brinton will lead Adult First Day School on the subject of the peace testimony], 1964 September 13. America's Town Meeting of the Air (Marian Carter). New York [thanks for speaking], 1938 December 30. Allinson, Agnes. Town's End [asks recommendations for reading the most worthy parts of the Bible] Howard Haines Brinton responds, 1937 June 9. AFSC. 7 items [1962 June 13: looking forward to Howard Haines Brinton and Anna Shipley Cox Brinton talk on "who are the Quakers"; 1964 February 1: death of Professor Hideo Kishimoto], 1946-1964. Anna H. and Elizabeth M. Chace Fund Committee. 2 items [money for Howard Haines Brinton publications], 1969-1971. Ansermez, Violette. Bucks, England [has written what appears to be the first biographical review of the life of John Woolman with excerpts from his Journal], 1971 April 10. Benjamin, Philip S. 2 items [writing a social history of Friends, using PYM records], 1965. Brick, Margaret. Lutherville, Maryland [interested in the use of the Meetinghouse to implement Friends' testimonies and outreach], 1965 May 15. Bronner, Edwin [regarding funds to enlarge the Quaker Collection at Haverford], 1964 October 26. Bryn Mawr College (Marion Edwards Park, president) [invitation to teach History Of Religions course at Bryn Mawr College 1934-1935], 1934 April 25

Letters to Howard Haines Brinton, C, 1921-1963, undated.
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25 items. Note: Letters speak of help received through HHB books, Pendle Hill. Letter writers include: Henry Cadbury, Rachel Cadbury, David Campbell, Bernard Canter, Lucile Capelle, Florence Carpenter, Eubanks Carener, John H. Carter, Catharine Cary, Clear Water Ranch Children's House, Arthur M. Charles, Children's Relief Commission, May Chin, Maria Comberti, Emily M. Cooper, Ellen Cope, C.M. Cox, Charles E. Cox, Joel B. Cox, Lydia Cox, Elwood Cronk, Beatrice Crouse. Highlights include: Cadbury, Henry. Haverford, Pennsylvania, [on Greek text], undated. Canter, Bernard. London, England [asks Howard Haines Brinton to write tribute to Henry Cadbury for The Friend for his 80th birthday], 1963 October 17. Carter, John H. Warren, Pennsylvania, 1944 December 18 [information on a C.P.S. Special Service Unit]. Children's Relief Commission and the Magistrate. 2 items [thanks and farewell to Howard Haines Brinton on leaving Kattowitz], 1921. Cox, Charles E [welcomes Howard Haines Brinton to their family], circa 1921. Cox, Lydia B [welcomes Howard Haines Brinton to their family], 1921

Letters to Howard Haines Brinton, D-E, 1937-1964.
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20 items. Note: Letters often ask for advice and give thanks. Letter writers include: Robert H. Dann, Benjamin Darling, Gerard Desroches, Irma Duncan, Earlham School of Religion, Fritz Eichenberg, Marie Emlen, Morton Enslin, William Bacon Evans, JBE. Highlights include: Dann, Robert H. Corvallis, Oregoen [on delegates to the Friends World Conference, in particular Pacific Coast Assn. of Friends], 1937 April 6; Eichenberg, Fritz and Clarence Pickett. New York [art can allow communication among nations, and propose and world-wide gathering of the arts], 1964 March 20; Evans, William Bacon. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 2 items [urging Howard Haines Brinton to stress the "deity of Christ"; asks Howard Haines Brinton opinion on the worthiness of a proposed publication], 1950-1962

Letters to Howard Haines Brinton, F-G, 1937-1971.
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25 items. Note: Letters often ask for advice and give thanks. Letter writers include: Cathy and Lenny Field, John Forbes, Ruth L. Fraser, Dean Freiday, E. Hans Freund, The Friend, Friends Bulletin, Friends Council on Education, Friends General Conference, Friends Historical Association, Friends Journal, Friends Meeting of Washington, Joan M. Fry, Daniel Frysinger, Edward G. Garner, George Allen and Unwin Ltd., Edward A. Gloeggler. Highlights include: Forbes, John. Waterloo, Ontario. 2 items.[sends copy of his book , The Springfield Mitre and request that Howard Haines Brinton review it, and congratulates Howard Haines Brinton on his book], 1971; Freiday, Dean. Elberon, New Jersey [some editorial changes Freiday has made to Howard Haines Brinton's Shrewsbury Lecture], 1962 July 4; The Friend (H.W. Peet, editor). London [asks if Howard Haines Brinton would write a review of "Systems of Meditation in Religion"] Howard Haines Brinton agrees, 1937 April 23; Friends Bulletin (Virginia Harris, editor). San Francisco, California. 2 items [appreciates historical material about Pacific Yearly Meeting which Howard Haines Brinton has sent for FB's new "History Column"], 1963-1964; Friends Council on Education (Frances Blanchard). Philadelphia, Pennsylvania [for a conference on education, asks if Howard Haines Brinton will serve on program committee] Howard Haines Brinton accepts, 1944 October 27; Friends General Conference. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 3 items [re reprints of Howard Haines Brinton articles; Howard Haines Brinton representing FGC at Pacific Y.M.; participation at Religious Life Committee conference], 1961-1965; Friends Historical Association. Haverford, Pennsylvania. 3 items [re Howard Haines Brinton reviewing books and Pendle Hill pamphlets for Quaker History], 1964-1968; Friends Journal. 11 items [re Howard Haines Brinton writing articles and reviewing books for FJ], 1964-1971; Friends Meeting of Washington (Anne Forsythe). Washington, D.C [hopes Brintons will attend their meeting while they are living in Washington], 1963 November 12; Garner, Edward G. Dallas Texas [asks about the Quaker position on the relationship between church and state] Howard Haines Brinton responds, 1937

Letters to Howard Haines Brinton, H-Hi, 1968-1972.
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10 items. Note: Letters of appreciation for Howard Haines Brinton's work at Pendle Hill and writings. Letter writers include: C. Robert Haines, J.D. Hallahan, Harper and Bros., Elizabeth Harrison Hartshorne, Hideo Hashimoto, Sylvia Haskins, Clement Heaton, Robert Heckert, Arthur Heeb. Highlights include: Hashimoto, Hideo [thanks for the loan of the Ox- Herding Pictures which he reproduced], 1972 February 10; Heckert, Robert. Philadelphia [Quakers and vegetarianism], 1968 January 13

Letters to Howard Haines Brinton from Stephen Hobhouse, 1935-1943, undated.
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25 items. Hobhouse, Stephen. Herts, England [interested in publishing a book on William Law and Jacob Boehme and suggests Howard Haines Brinton undertake some aspect; Hobhouse's writings and soliciting advice; notes, especially on William Law]

Letters to Howard Haines Brinton, Ho-L, 1932-1972.
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25 items. Letters often ask for advice and give thanks for Howard Haines Brinton's contributions. Letter writers include: L.L. Hobbs, John V. Hollingsworth, Harriet Howard, Patricia Humienik?, Yukio Irie, Toshi Ishida, Caroline N. Jacob, Josephine Johns, Guy Johnson, Barclay Jones, Mary Hoxie Jones, Rufus M. Jones, Miyeko Kamiya, Calvin Keane, Elizabeth Kirk, Roger C. Kiser, Gertrude H. Korner, E. Kotschnig, Louise Leary, Judson Laird, La Jolla Monthly Meeting, Sceva Laughlin, Polly Lee, Lloyd Lewis, Library of Congress. Highlights include: Hobbs, L.L [responding to Howard Haines Brinton's question concerning names of COs in their Y.M. and organization of their Y.M. with regard to reconstruction work; highly regrets Howard Haines Brinton's leaving Guilford and details what Howard Haines Brinton brought to his job, 1919 August 1; Hollingsworth, John V. Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania [what he proposes to bring out in his talk on Brick Meeting], 1965 May 10; Irie, Yukio. Atsugi, Japan [his writing; Zen-Christian Colloquium for which he shares responsibility], 1971 July 7; Jacob, Caroline. 3 items [about Brintons speaking at their Meeting; Howard Haines Brinton pamphlet rejected for Wider Quaker Fellowship printing], 1964-1970; Johns, Josephine. Media, Pennsylvania [dealing with Meeting members whose spoken views are at odds with others], 1964 April 27; Johnson, Guy. Shropshire, England [is glad Howard Haines Brinton will speak at Woodbrooke], 1948 August 9; Jones, Barclay L [thanks for speaking at Friends' Central School], 1938 November 1; Jones, Rufus M. Kobe, Japan [about Mr. Iwahashi translating Howard Haines Brinton's Swarthmore lecture into Japanese], 1932 May 7; Jones, Rufus M. Haverford, Pennsylvania [thanks for the Festschrift], 1938 January 29; Keene, Calvin. Canton, New York [thanks for review of his book, The Western Heritage], 1964 February 2; Kamiya, Miyeko. Ashiya, Japan. 3 items [sends benzaline pills to help him; her book on psychiatric work in a leprosarium and about religion will be published, 1971-1972; Kirk, Elizabeth. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania [in his pamphlet "From Islam," Howard Haines Brinton inserts a quote about which a reader working on an article about Islam is interested] Howard Haines Brinton writes his source is the Quran, 1972 June 23; Library of Congress (Herbert Putnam). Washington, D.C [thanks for book donation], 1935 June 26

Letters to Howard Haines Brinton, M, 1938-1971.
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25 items. Note: Letters often thank, request more information or congratulate Howard Haines Brinton for his work. Letter writers include: Julius Mackie, Edward W. Marshall, Carol Addams McCabe, Maurice McPhedran, Peter McPhedran, Walter Miles, Richmond K. Miller, Mills College, James Milord, Minneapolis Friends Meeting, Lyndell Moore, Jane Morrel, Alberta Morris, Orville Morrison, Joseph W. Myers. Highlights include: Marshall, Edward. Philadelphia [comments on Howard Haines Brinton's "excellent" questionnaire regarding Friends' business meetings], 1938 February 15; McPhedran, Maurice and Peter. 11 items [send prescriptions for pills, including TB, for Howard Haines Brinton, but also personal concern for Howard Haines Brinton's well-being], 1967-1971; Miles, Walter. Gales Ferry, Connecticut [wishes they could discuss the topic of aging, on which he will be speaking], 1963 July 24; Mills College (Aurelia H. Reinhardt). Mills College, California [regrets Howard Haines Brinton and Anna Brinton are leaving Mills for Pendle Hill], 1936 April 9; Minneapolis Friends Meeting (Rusk Anderson). Minneapolis Minnesota [glad Howard Haines Brinton will be at their Meeting and hopes he will participate], 1963 June 13; Morris, Alberta. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania [asks Howard Haines Brinton to be present to discuss adding a Quaker instructor in the school of religion at Howard University, an idea that Clarence Pickett, Rufus Jones and Henry Cadbury feel is an important concern], 1941 June 13

Letters to Howard Haines Brinton, N-O, 1935-1968.
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20 items. Note: Letters often thank, request more information or congratulate Howard Haines Brinton for his work and that at Pendle Hill. Letter writers include: Betty Wright Neilson, George P. Nelson, Marilyn Neuhauser, Ethan A. Nevin, Algie I Newlin, New York Yearly Meeting, Caroline Nicholson, John Nickalls, Eskin Nishimura, Caroline L. Nicholson, Mary Ogilvie, Daniel O'Hagen, Orlando Monthly Meeting. Highlights include: New York Yearly Meeting (Morris Mitchell). New York. 4 items [much appreciation for Howard Haines Brinton's writings and for books being collected] Note: begun as a Committee on a Friends College by NYYM, by 1968, Friends World College was officially established, 1965-1968; Nicholson, Caroline L [on behalf of the Pendle Hill Board, thanks to Howard and Anna Brinton for work over the past year], 1935 August 14; Nickalls, John. London [re an edition of George Fox's Journal that he, Brinton and Henry Cadbury all have a part in], 1948 May 10; Orlando Monthly Meeting. Orlando, Florida. 6 items [planning for visit by Howard Haines Brinton and Anna Brinton and their participation in Meeting events], 1963-1965

Letters to Howard Haines Brinton, P, 1915-1972.
Box 22
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25 items. Note: Letters often thank, request more information or congratulate Howard Haines Brinton for his work and that at Pendle Hill. Letter writers include: Pacific Oaks College, Pacific Yearly Meeting, Howard W. Parsons, George B. Pegram, Pendle Hill, Henry H. Perry, Philadelphia Yearly Meeting, Arthur Philips, PHP Institute, Margaret Pitt, Irene Pickard, David Platt, C.R. Porter (Mrs.). Highlights include: Pacific Yearly Meeting. 2 items [hopes Howard Haines Brinton will participate in a special session of their Y.M.; appreciation of Howard Haines Brinton's report on the session written for Friends Journal] report attached, 1965-1972; Pegram, George B. New York [praise for Howard Haines Brinton's paper on the theory of relativity (see original in Box 31)], 1915 February 15; Pendle Hill. 9 items [Howard Haines Brinton participation in Pendle Hill programs and deliberations; Pendle Hill to provide room, board and medical plan for Howard Haines Brinton and Yuki Brinton], 1962-1973; Philips, Arthur. Philadelphia [requests Howard Haines Brinton and Anna Shipley Cox Brinton to speak on topics at Twelfth St. Meeting], 1936

Letters to Howard Haines Brinton, R, 1915-1968.
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15 items. Letters often thank, request more information or congratulate Howard Haines Brinton for his work and that at Pendle Hill. Letter writers include: James M. Read, Aurelia H. Reinhardt, Rendell Rhoades, Rocky MT. Press, Laura Robinson, Albert Rogers, George Roth, T.W. Russell. Highlights include: Reinhardt, Aurelia H. Mills College, California [thanks for Pendle Hill pamphlet], 1937 January 12; Rhoades, Rendell. Ashland, Ohio. 2 items [questions concerning Quaker Disciplines and thanks for sending 23 of them], 1968; Robinson, Laura. Winter Park, Florida. 3 items [hopes Howard Haines Brinton and Anna Shipley Cox Brinton will visit and speak to their Meeting and thanks for same], 1963-1964; Rocky Mt. Press (I.E. Rindahl) [asks permission to use quote from Howard Haines Brinton's Mystic Will], 1972; Rogers, Albert. Toronto, Canada [thoughts on Pickering College and Howard Haines Brinton's contributions], 1915 July 17; Roth, George. Los Angeles, California [Friends at the World Conference of 1937 have a chance to lead movements of peace, liberalism and education, circa 1936

Letters to Howard Haines Brinton, S, 1915-1964.
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35 items. Note: Letters often are positive reactions/ recollections of Howard Haines Brinton's work. Letters writers include: Sandy Spring Monthly Meeting, Peter Scott, Paul Sekiya, Elizabeth Sellon, Henry C. Semmler, Seoul Meeting, Frederic C. Sharpless, Henry Shaw, Carla Shepherd, W.A. Stromyer (Mrs.), Neva Simons, Ruth Smith, Christopher Starr, Elma Starr, Douglas Steere, Doris Steinberger, Charlotte Stevenson, Lydia, Stokes, James M. Stokes, -- Sutton, Marshall Sutton, Swarthmore College. Highlights include: Sandy Spring Monthly Meeting Patty Stabler. Sandy Spring, Maryland [glad Howard Haines Brinton will be their speaker at Quarterly Meeting], 1961 April 17; Scott, Peter. Bryn Mawr, S. Wales [thanks for copy of Howard Haines Brinton's address to German Yearly Meeting; refers back to All-Friends meeting at Jordan, and the work of his group as a result], 1932 November 8; Sekiya, Paul. Nagamachi, Japan [recollections of the Brintons' work in Japan], 1970 May 19; Seoul Monthly Meeting (Young Sang Chin). Seoul, Korea. 3 items [thanks for tape on Quaker history and doctrine; Korean translation of Howard Haines Brinton's Friends for 300 Years], 1968-1970; Sharpless, Frederic C. Haverford, Pennsylvania [pleasure that diaries of the "Quaker saint" Henry Simmons; who introduced the Iroquois to Quakerism are at Haverford College], 1964 February 28; Shaw, Henry. Quakertown, Pennsylvania [asks about history of Woolman School] Yuki Brinton responds, noting it was the forebear of Pendle Hill, 1973 May 19; Steere, Douglas V. Iowa City, Iowa [expects to write study section for Friends World Conference on relations of Quakers to Vatican Council II, and asks Howard Haines Brinton for any information on Quaker Catholic relations], 1965 March 6; Stevenson, Charlotte S. Wilmington, Delaware [asks Howard Haines Brinton to be a speaker at their adult conference], 1964 August 14; Sutton, --. Pickering [Canada] [Howard Haines Brinton very much missed, with references to (Thomas R.) Kelly], 1915 October 3; Sutton, Marshall. Wilmington, Ohio [good to hear Howard Haines Brinton speak on mysticism, and that talk was taped], 1964 January 13

Letters to Howard Haines Brinton, T-V, 1949-1972.
Box 22
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10 items. Letter writers include: Howard Taylor, Rex Teele, Swarthmore College, Myron Tripp, Rob Tucker, Gretchen Tuthill, Mansir Tydings, Kiyoshi Ukaji, Masa Uraguchi, U.S. Department of Commerce, Elizabeth Gray Vining. Highlights include: Tripp, Myron. Chicago [Friends Bible College and Friends University and related history], 1949 November 5; Tucker, Rob. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania [on the death of Richenda Scott's husband, Peter] attached is copy of Howard Haines Brinton's letter to Scott, 1972 March 15; Ukayi, Kiyoshi. Tokyo [translation (of Howard Haines Brinton's book) is ready; changes in Japan, including economy and employment], 1961 October 5; Vining, Elizabeth Gray [positive response to Howard Haines Brinton's George Fox manuscript], 1968 July 27

Letters to Howard Haines Brinton, W-Z, 1936-1971.
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25 items. Letter writers include: Claire Walsh, Yoshio Watanabe, S.A. Watson, WCAU, Barclay Webster, Frank M. Weiskel, Isabel Wesley, David White, Wider Quaker Fellowship, Helen W. Williams, H. Justice Williams, Wilmington Monthly Meeting, Nan Wilson, Katharine M. Wilson, Richard R. Wood, Woodbrooke Extension Committee, Susan Working, A. Gilbert Wright, Stanley R. Yarnall, Sarah L. Yarnall, Herman Yeager, Don Yoder, Mildred Young. Highlights include: Watanabe, Yoshio [sends some (lengthy) impressions of Howard Haines Brinton's latest work on "evolution and the Inner Light"], 1971 March 17; Watson, S.A. Wilmington, Ohio [hopes with effort peacetime military conscription can be avoided, with strong Congressional sentiment against it as well], 1945 August 7; WCAU (Anne Campbell). Philadelphia, Pennsylvania [thanks for Howard Haines Brinton's contribution to their program "The Light Within"], 1965 June 16; Webster, Barclay. Orlando, Florida [concern in Meeting about pressure to change method of worship], 1963 July 5; White, David. C.P.S. #30, Glendora, California [in agreement with Howard Haines Brinton's position that secondary and college education should be a fresh start, not a transformation of existing institutions] attached are minutes of the study group of higher education for 1944, 1944 November 30; Wilmington Monthly meeting (John Hoopes). Wilmington, Delaware [thanks for Howard Haines Brinton's participation and essay], 1964 November 9; Wilson, Katharine M. London [would like to publish Howard Haines Brinton's "The World Council and the Creedless Church" in The Seekers, if he could adapt it, and comments on other works], 1963 March 8; Woodbrooke Extension Committee (Robert Davis). Birmingham, England [brisk sales of Howard Haines Brinton's lecture], 1936 June 4; Yarnall, Stanley R. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania [calling a meeting for teachers at Germantown Friends School to talk about topics and questions of their own choice, and relating to religious life in schools], 1938 December 2; Yoder, Don. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania [writing an article on mush and interested in its use among rural Quakers; also an article on Quaker cookery], 1962 June 9; Young, Mildred. Philadelphia [on whether Howard Haines Brinton's manuscript will be published], 1972 August 28

Letters to Howard Haines Brinton, fragments, anonymous, or first name only, 1961, undated.
Box 22
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10 items. Includes (fragment). Tokyo [they have been reading Howard Haines Brinton's Quaker Education, the philosophy upon which Friends Girls School is founded; would like to have it translated into Japanese, and hope to get Howard Haines Brinton's permission], 1961 August 7

Letters from Yuki Takahashi Brinton, 1966-1974.
Box 22
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Note: many letters on health of Howard Haines Brinton and her own health, some addressed to Brinton family members. To Mildred [thanks to Arch Street Meeting for sympathy and assistance in carrying out Howard Haines Brinton's wishes], 1973 June 26; To Colin and Elaine [Bell] [she is staying on as a student at Pendle Hill, but then will go to Woodbrooke with them], 1973 December 20; To Jane [Howard Haines Brinton may have been reluctant to give his papers to Haverford because it had Gurneyite origins, while he felt more closely aligned to Wilburites and because Haverford was Rufus Jones' school and Howard Haines Brinton wanted to be independent], 1974 June 20

Yuki Takahashi Brinton correspondence, 1972-1974.
Box 22
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75 items. Note: including on her marriage to HHB. Note: many letters on health of HHB and her own health, some addressed to Brinton family members Highlights include: To Mildred [thanks to Arch Street Meeting for sympathy and assistance in carrying out HHB's wishes], 1973 June 26; To Colin and Elaine [Bell] [she is staying on as a student at Pendle Hill, but then will go to Woodbrooke with them], 1973 December 20; To Jane [HHB may have been reluctant to give his papers to Haverford because it had Gurneyite origins, while he felt more closely aligned to Wilburites and because Haverford was Rufus Jones' schoo

Letters to Yuki Brinton, A-Z, 1973-1974.
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Note: Many notes of appreciation of Howard Brinton. Letters only signed with first names at the end. Letter writers include: Erma Duncan, Marguerite Ferguson, Eugenia Friedman, Friends Historical Association, Friends United Meeting, Mary, Gilbert, Honolulu Friends Meeting, Cynthia Johnson, National Cyclopedia of American Biography, Nobuyoshi Okamura, J. Theodore Peters, Philadelphia Yearly Meeting, Eleanor Roberts, J. Sample, Sally Smith, Sarah Swan, Fred Wood. Highlights include: Honolulu Friends Meeting (Elaine and Colin). Honolulu [on Yuki's prospective sojourn to Woodbrooke and the differences from Pendle Hill; personal information, including their jobs as Resident Couple of the Meeting], 1975/15; Roberts, Eleanor [information about the Cox family and College Park Association, 1973 June 26

"Epistles of Fox", undated.
Box 23
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Typewritten "Epistles of Fox" collated under the following categories: Answering, Blood of Christ, Carnal Weapons, The Church, Deceit, Eternal Life, Fellowship, Form and Power, Getting Over (Above) It, Growth, Guidance, Habitation, Humility, Inner Peace, Inward Light, The Light is Christ, Light Shows Sin Measure, Meeting, Ministry, No Extremes, Obedience, Old and New Covenant, Peace Without Perfection, Preexistence of the Light Prisoners, Pure, Salvation, The Scriptures, Seed of God, Shadow and Substance, Unity Through the Light, Universalism, Watching Over and Knowing One Another Women, Words Without Power, Miscellaneous

Handwritten: "Fox Cards written by Howard Haines Brinton during reading of epistles", undated.
Box 23
Friends for 300 Years, 1952.
Box 24
The Mystic Will, 1930.
Box 24
Divine-Human Society, A Guide to True Peace, Quaker Education in Theory and Practice and others, undated.
Box 24
Quaker Journals: Varieties of Religious Experience Among Friends, 1972.
Box 24
Juvenilia, 1892-1910, undated.
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2 folders. Included is an untitled, undated manuscript poem with drawings (copy); the Constitution and Minutes of the Boys Sporting League, org. February 20, 1897; Log of the Sunday Walking Club, 1903 (with transcription); "Extracts from the Mind of Howard Haines Brinton," written at a young age; as wellas other pieces in typescript, many of them later published (see also: published articles).

Miscellaneous published and unpublished writings, 1908-1931.
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Annotated copy of "1828 Rules of Disciplines of PYM"; The Conception of the Beautiful, Essay before the Literary Society, Olney Friends School, 8 handwritten pages, circa 1908; Trials and Triumphs of Childhood, Essay for the Literary Society, Olney, 8 handwritten pages, circa 1908; Sleep, Essay before the Literary Society, Olney, 8 handwritten pages, circa 1908; Camping, Essay for Literary Society, Olney, 8 handwritten pages, circa 1908; Small bundle of notes on child feeding program and spiritual matters in Howard Haines Brinton's hand found in file entitled "Student Feeding", circa 1921; Notes on reading Geo. Fox (in Home Lesson Note Book), circa 1931

Miscellaneous published and unpublished writings, 1934-1962.
Box 25
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"A Religious Solution to the Social Problem" written and annotated by Howard Haines Brinton, 1934; Invitation to a P. H. conference on the problems faced by independent meetings, 1935 March 9; "Our Garrett Ancestors." Typescript Read at Garrett Reunion at Willistown. Published in Friends Intelligencer, 1935; Reply of the Religious Society of Friends of Philadelphia and Vicinity to the Report of the Second World Conference on Faith and Order, five chapters in 8 pages of typescript with hand written note, "written by Howard Brinton 1942," no indication of publication, 1942; The Pendle Hill Retreats, 2 typewritten pages, no indication of publication, 1943 June; "Evolution of the Queries." Typescipt, published in The Friend, v. 117, p. 293, 1944; The Potters and Potteries of Chester County. Book review. Typescript, published in Friends Historical Journal, 1945; "Without Pre-arrangement." Typescript, published in Friends Intelligencer, January 17, 1948, 1948 January; "Philadelphia Yearly Meeting (Arch St). Typescript, Published by FWCC, 1949 December; "Letter to the class of '04." Typescript, 1949; "The Supreme Identity." Book review. Typescript, annotated, 1950; The Administration of Pendle Hill, An Historical Sketch, For the Committee in Search of a Director,7 hand written pages, circa 1951; Answers to 5 questions concerning religion sent by Stewart G. Cole with a copy of Howard Haines Brinton's covering letter to Cole, 1955 April; Answer to question of the relation between agape and social structures and political action. Typescript, 1955 May; "The Quaker Contribution to Higher Education in Colonial America." Address at celebration of Moravian College. Published in Pennsylvania History. Typescript, 1958 March; On Emerson and Quakerism, forward to a thesis written by Dr. Yukio Irie, 7 handwritten pages with note, "written at La Jolla 1962 to his thesis not yet published", 1962; Materials for a possible article refuting Maurice Creasey: "first draft, much in need of contraction and revision and completion." Includes letter from Henry J. Cadbury, 1962 Note: See Friends World News, December 1962, no 68; "Inward" and "Outward:" a study in early Quaker language. Friends Historical Society publication, 1962; and "Quaker and the Sacraments," Quaker Religious Thought, vol. 5, no. 1, 1963, all by Maurice Creasey in QC to which this article by Howard Haines Brinton relates.

Miscellaneous published and unpublished writings, undated.
Box 25
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Old Religions for New, 6 hand written pages uncompleted on the Oxford Group Movement probably written around 1932, no indication of date or publication, undated; A collection of some dreams taken from Quaker journals original typed Ms and some additions, undated; A collection of jottings concerning evolution, physical and spiritual, Jesus as Messiah, atonement, the 3 areas of the soul, the area of central calm, postulates of faith, grace and force, immortality, absolute will and relative thought, "The Chinese Wall", "Toward a New Faith", "The Three Views of the Universe", undated; The Irreligion of the Religious, 4 typewritten and signed pages, no indication of date or publication, undated; 3 pages of an undeveloped argument concerning similarities and differences between Japanese and Western religion seeking "a complete anatomy of the human heart" hand written on stationary from the Nikko Kanaya Hotel in Japan, undated; 3 pages written in pencil beginning "Having passed half way through life ..." describing a mystical experience, otherwise undated, undated; 3 handwritten draft pages describing Howard Haines Brinton's experiences studying Buddhism in Japan and China both intro, and conclusion missing, undated; 1 typewritten page fragment of "Quaker Educational Policies", undated

Miscellaneous published and unpublished writings, undated.
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"The Fundamental Principles of Pacifism in Buddhism, Christianity and other Living Religions." Typescript, undated; "The Third Stage of Quaker Missions." Typescript, Fragment, undated; "What Price Security." Typescript, annotated, undated; Jacob Boehme and the Inward Light, Typescript, undated; "Quakerism and Progress," abstract of the William Penn Lecture delivered at PYM. Typescript, Fragment, undated; Preface (by Howard Haines Brinton) and afterword (by Yuki Takahashi) to Japanese edition of Friends for 300 Years. Typescript, undated; [Verse from I John 1:7] Typescript, undated [Edward Hicks]. Manuscript, undated; "The Theology of the Journalist." Manuscript In 4 states, undated; "William Penn and Pennsylvania. A Chronology. Manuscript, Prepared for Book Committee Card, undated; Several fragments. Manuscript, undated

"The Supernatural", undated.
Box 25
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Holograph manuscript

"Einstein on Quakerism", 1938-1968.
Box 25
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Einstein preparing his commencement address for Swarthmore College wrote a tribute to the Society of Friends and at Dr. Mitrany's request signed it. Photocopy, 1938 May 1; D. Mitrany sends the autographed paragraph to H and Anna Brinton, 1938 May 3; Draft of Howard Haines Brinton's article, "Einstein on Quakerism," written for the Friends Journal and corrected by Anna Brinton, incomplete. published Friends Journal, November 1, 1967; Note from Ruth Miner , Friends Journal returning the autograph to Howard Haines Brinton, November 2; Letter to Howard Haines Brinton from Jean Johnson after she read the Journal article enclosing two anecdotes from David Mitrany about Einstein, a photocopy of a clipping from the Sunday Times Advertiser, Trenton giving an account of Mitrany's story and a copy of a correction of the newspaper account, 1968 March 5; Copy of a letter from David Mitrany to Howard Haines Brinton requesting a copy of the Swarthmore address for Miss Dukas who was putting Einstein's papers in order, 1968 May 14; Letter of thanks to Howard and Anna Brinton for the gift to Swarthmore College Historical library of the Einstein autograph, 1968 July 22

"Corollary to George Fox Pamphlet", undated.
Box 25
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Two states of manuscript, typescript of final version which became the corollary to Howard Haines Brinton's Pendle Hill pamphlet #161 entitled: The Religion of George Fox.

Poems, 1906-1959, undated.
Box 25
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Leaf from a diary, 1906; A Laboratory Lyric, for the Olney Mirror, 1906; Childhood, written for the Olney Log Book, 1907 On the Walk, for the Olney Log Book, 1908; It is a pleasant evening. . . nonsense poem written for the Olney Mirror, 1908; one page with 4 songs for Pickering set to 4 separate tunes, circa 1911Like a spectre of the sun wrapped in a shroud.. . on Department of Mathematics letterhead from Guilford, circa 1915; A call came out of a Western State... for Xmas card 1940 but not used, 1940; Our Mary when in Labrador... 2 page poem to Mary Bethel, circa 1942; Sonnet to the Drain, with letter on the back from Anna Brinton to JB at Westtown, 1944 December; On the Road to Pendle Hill (Written in Japan, with apologies to Kipling), 1954; For 1909 Class reunion. Barnesville, 1959 Canoe song only partially remembered, undated; What makes Bish Wilson look so pale? said the sympathizing Wade, undated; The Brinton clan did sit and plan.. . unfinished poem to Anna Brinton, undated; Day and Taylor (Sonnet to Edmund Clarence Stedman works of 213) 1 page unfinished, undated; Three fevers we have found in Maine to be, undated; Annabel, a poem about the eternal present, 1 page, undated; Poised on the crest of Time's advancing wave... ? Three Sonnets to Mankind: The Realm of Light," a sonnet and sketch possibly a plan for a Christmas card but not used, undated; A bunny's a pacifist little beast..., undated; Some Howard Haines Brinton limericks - remembered by him, undated; "John Brown's Body", undated

Manuscripts and typescripts, 1904, 1919, 1920s, 1930s.
Box 26
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"The Epistle of the Corinthians to Paul." Manuscript, Published in the American Friend. With note by Howard Haines Brinton "remainder not copied", 1904; The Symbols of Pacifism, typescript, published in The Friend, 1919; "An appeal to the youth of Germany." Typescript Published in The Friend, 1921; A New Intervention in Upper Silesia. Typescript, 1921; Commencement Address. Delivered at Friends Boarding School, Barnesville, Ohio. Typescript, 1925 June 4; Regarding the Friends Meeting, mimeographed copy, annotated, titled "Asilomar," a part of the program of a Catholic and Quaker conference, 1929 December 28; Reply to the Lausanne Statements from Philadelphia, Typescript with hand written note "written by Howard Haines Brinton", 1931 June 19; "Quakerism and Social Progress." Manuscript, with the note, "It is expected that a more extended version will appear later in book form", 1932; "Quakerism and Progress." typescript, substance of the William Penn Lecture delivered at Race Street Meeting, 1932; Resurrection, Typescript Editorial, Published in Friends Intelligencer, vol. 90, no. 18, 1933; "Disarmament." Typescript, call to join The Pennsylvania Committee for Total Disarmament, circa 1933 July

Manuscripts and typescripts, 1940s, 1950s.
Box 26
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The Holy Spirit in Puritan Faith and Practice: Review of a book by Geoffrey F. Nuttall, Typescript, 1946; Pacific Coast Friends, Manuscript, with additions by Anna Brinton of travels among Pacific Friends prior to their formation of a Yearly Meeting, circa 1947; "Christendom Searches for Unity," a report in 2 parts of the World Assembly of Churches in Amsterdam, Typescript, 1948 November 4; Should Friends Remain in the World Council of Churches?. 1949, February 10, Typescript, with handwritten note, "Published in The Friend February 10 1949"; Untitled, but begins "Misunderstanding" about Germany, her neighbors in Europe and America; "A Cross Section of German Pacifism." Typescript, 1940s?; The Quaker Meeting for Business, Typescript, 1950 July; "American Friends and the World Council of Churches." written in anticipation of the Friends World conference in 1952, Typescript, November 25 1950; "The Trend of American Quakerism Today", From notes taken by an auditor at meeting of Central Committee of Friends General Conference, Abington Meeting. Mimeographed copy, 1951 February 17; "The basis of faith and unity." Highly annotated copy of article in The Friend, 1951 July 26; "The Confessions of Jacob Boehme." Typescript Published in The Journal of Religious Thought, pp 81-82, 1954?; A Concern for the Oppressor, Edward Stabler's concern for slaveholders. Published in Friends Journal, pp. 744-745, 1957 November 16; A series of talks given at the Meeting House, Mita, Tokyo entitled "The Origin of Christianity." Manuscript, 1953 December 6-1954 March 21; Fragments. 3 items

Manuscripts and typescripts, 1960s, 1970s.
Box 26
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"Christian Faith and Practice in the Experience of the Society of Friends. Typescript, Published in Friends Journal, 1960; The Society of Friends. Typescript, handwritten note, Revision of this Pamphlet 1962", 1962; Friend or Quaker. Typescript, Published in Friends Journal, April 15, 1962, 1962 April 15; The Religion of the Quaker Journalists, Shrewsbury Lecture. Typescript, 1962 June; "Friends of the Brandywine Valley": An address given at Concord Meeting house at a meeting of the Friends Historical Society and Friends Social Union; anecdotes concerning rural Friends 1683 – 1827. Typescript corrected by Howard Haines Brinton and Anna Brinton Published in Quaker History, autumn, 1962, pp 67-86, 1962 May 19; The Quaker Contribution: Review of a book by Harold Loukes, Typescript, 1965; Spiritual Autobiography in Early America: Review of a book by Daniel B. Shea Jr. Typescript, 1968; Speech on the history and doctrines of Friends. Possibly given on route to Japan and annotated "carbon copy of Manuscript to Korea." Typescript, 1969 February; It Might Have Been," (had the American Colonies remained part of the British Empire,) 1971 January 15 Typescipt, published Friends Journal, pp 40-41; "Christ and Arthur." Typescript; attached is article by William Hubben on Joseph of Arimathea from FJ, 1957, circa 1971; "The religious philosophy of Quakerism." Typescript, with information that this book was compiled from four; Pendle Hill pamphlets, circa 1972

Manuscripts and typescripts, undated.
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Religion and Social Action, undated Typescript, undated; "The world's great religions and peace." Manuscript, opening address at World Pacifist Conference in Japan, undated; The Church and War." Conference on the Church and War, Detroit, May 8-11, [New York], Typescript, undated; "The basis of the Quaker peace testimony." Typescript, undated; "To the Editor of the New York Times." undated Typescript, on the subject of peace-time conscription, written during the Eisenhower administration, undated; Quakerism, a Spiritual Movement: Six Essays, by Rufus M. Jones, undated, Typescript, together with announcement of the publication of the book, undated; "John Woolman." Written for a biographical dictionary. Typescript, undated; "Two modern Quaker Controversies." Typescript, undated; Toward a sequel to a Pendle Hill pamphlet entitled "The religion of George Fox as revealed by his epistles" to explain cosmic significance of Fox's philosophy. Annotated; Typescript, undated; "The Quaker First Day School." Typescript, undated; "First Day Morning meeting." Written for 4th and Arch St. Meeting Newsletter. Typescript, undated; The Wisdom of John Woolman: Review of a book by Reginald Reynolds. Typescript, undated; Elias Hicks, a Quaker Liberal: Review of a book by Bliss Forbush. Typescript, undated; The Small Sects of America: Review of a book by Elmer T. Clark. Typescript, undated; Jacob Boehme's Way to Christ: Review of a book by John Joseph Stoudt. Typescript, undated; The Significant Life: Introduction to a book by Calvin Keene. Typescript, undated; "Minute of Exercise," the basis of unity in diversity of concern during the sessions of this Yearly Meeting. Typescript, with the hand written note, "written by H. H. Brinton with some additions by David Richie, Anna Hartshorne Brown and May Whitson", undated; Quakerism and Words, on the subject of Plain Speech. Typescript with note "Published in The Intelligencer", undated; Some Reflections on Conservative Quakerism, undated. Typescript, with note, "Published in The Friend", undated; 'The Function of a Yearly Meeting," undated Typescript, with note, "Published in Friends Bulletin, undated; The Quaker Doctrine of the Holy Spirit' undated Typed copy, with note, "Published in first issue of Quaker Theology, undated; Spoken at Aunt Sidney Yarnall's funeral, Published undated Typescript, with note "For The Friend", undated; The Discipline of Philadelphia Yearly Meeting: the history of the Discipline. Typescript, with note "written for the new Discipline but not used", undated

The Quaker Journals, circa 1971.
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Note: Following the example set by William James' The Varieties of Religious Experience, Howard Haines Brinton's book on Quaker journal keepers points out "the various stages of spiritual progress which each journalist believed that he passed through. Typescript.

Unpublished lectures, 1932-1959, undated.
Box 26
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Note: includes some programs of the events. Physics teaching notes, entitled, "Relativity 2", undated; Pendle Hill and Quakerism, Typescript with Manuscript footnote "Substance of an address by Howard Brinton, delivered at the closing exercises at Pendle Hill, June 2nd, 1932", 1932 June 2; "The Historical Background of the Brinton Family and the Contribution of William the Elder to the Settlement of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Program and what may be the text of this talk. Typescript, fragile, 1934 September 15; "Religion and Social Action." Printed program schedule for Programs over S1XAL, "The World-Wide Listener" Boston radio, 1939 June 18; The Basis of Quaker Pacifism, at the 5th Meeting of the American Society of Church History held in conjunction with the American Historical Association, program and Manuscript, 1940 December 27; Annual Vassar community Church Conference, Religion and Social Action lead by Howard Haines Brinton, 2 copies of the program, 1941 February 23-26; The Method of Mysticism, paper read at the 11th Conference on Methods in Philosophy and the Sciences, symposium on Method and Belief held at the New School for Social Research, Typescript and Ms., with program of the conference, 1942 May 3; Program from the dedication of Bowne House as a national shrine to religious freedom in Flushing, New York, Howard Haines Brinton gave address. Also a clipping from the Long Island Star- Journal 10-3-45, 1945 October 10; Institute on "The Quaker Faith," lead by Howard Haines Brinton, draft of the invitation by the Pittsburgh Friends Meeting only, 1948 February 29; Religion in an Age of Science, address given at Pennsylvania State College, program only, 1949 February 20-24; The Validity of Non-Episcopal Ordination, Subject, "Prophetic Ministry," Harvard Divinity School, Dudleian lecture, invitation and official letter of appointment and program only, 1949 April 26; For the Brinton Reunion, Manuscript, 1950 September 30; Roads to Agreement conference sponsored by the AFSC held at Springfield College, Springfield, Massachusetts, leaders Howard Haines Brinton and Stuart Chase, 1952 February 15-17; What is our faith? and Introduction to the session on Worship and the Life of Prayer, prepared for the All Friends Conference at Oxford. Typescript, 1952 August; Third World Conference on Faith and Order, in Lund, Morning Worship led by Howard Haines Brinton, Program containing introduction, 1952 August 21; Science, Loyalty and Love: Three bases of Morality, Nitobe Lecture, Japan Yearly Meeting. Typescript Also, printed Japanese version issued by Japan Society of Friends, 1953 November 15; The Fundamental Principles of Pacifism in Buddhism, Christianity and Other Living Religions, Opening Address, World Pacifist Conference in Japan, Typescript, fragile, 1954 April 2; "How Did They Become Friends," Typescript, with hand written note, "This was taken by a stenographer and contains some errors, especially of names. If made into a pamphlet it would need considerable revision. Howard Haines Brinton", 1956 November 16-18; The Brintons in Birmingham Meeting: An address delivered in the Meeting House at Westtown School on the occasion of the Brinton Family Reunion celebrating the 275 anniversary of the arrival of William Brinton in America in 1684 mimeographed copy, 1959 August; The Brintons in Birmingham Meeting: An address delivered in the Meeting House at Westtown School on the occasion of the Brinton Family Reunion celebrating the 275 anniversary of the arrival of William Brinton in America in 1684 mimeographed copy, 1959 August 8; A Quaker Theory of Education, outline for a series of 4 lectures on the doctrines of the Society of Friends given first to the faculty of Friends Central School, Philadelphia and later to the faculty and committee in charge of Germantown Friends School, Philadelphia, Manuscript, undated

"The Fours", undated.
Box 27
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[Manuscript on aspects of life based on four criteria]

PYM Book of Discipline, 1952.
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Work toward the PYM Book of Discipline. Includes manuscript and annotated printed material.

Joint Book of Discipline, circa 1951.
Box 27
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Manuscripts, Typescripts, printed material.

"A Collection of Some Dreams," taken from Quaker Journals, undated.
Box 27
Scope and Contents

These are accounts of dreams of various people copied from various Friends' journals. Typescripts and photocopy of Manuscripts.

World Council of Churches, 1948, circa 1950s.
Box 27
Scope and Contents

Includes printed material and letters, and contains the First Assembly of the World Council of Churches, Amsterdam, 1948 and PYM participation

World Council of Churches, 1948, circa 1950s.
Box 27
Scope and Contents

Includes printed material and letters, and contains the First Assembly of the World Council of Churches, Amsterdam, 1948 and PYM participation

World Council of Churches, 1948, circa 1950s.
Box 27
Scope and Contents

Includes printed material and letters, and contains the First Assembly of the World Council of Churches, Amsterdam, 1948 and PYM participation

Local history, undated.
Box 27
Scope and Contents

Manuscripts stemming from Howard Haines Brinton interest in local and family history

Quaker Education, undated.
Box 28
Scope and Contents

Source materials for preparing Quaker Education. Mostly duplicated information, but also some hand- written notes.

Travel letters from Japan, 1952-1954.
Box 28
Scope and Contents

Typed reproductions of Howard and Anna's letters from Japan, as well as articles in Friends Intelligencer derived from the letters.

Devotional Quotes, undated.
Box 28
Scope and Contents

Typescripts and reproduced copies of devotional materials from various sources.

Friends Meetings, 1938-1949, undated.
Box 28
Scope and Contents

Typescripts, reproduced copies and manuscript regarding Meeting for Worship, Quaker business practices, membership in Quaker Meeting, democratic process, and epistles of George Fox

Quakeriana, 1928-1959, undated.
Box 28
Scope and Contents

Note: This file was originally compiled by Howard Haines Brinton. Chamuland? "Books by the First Publishers of Truth, Called in Derision Quakers," 7 pages of typescript on very fragile paper, note at the end in Lydia Brinton Forbes' hand, "By a Friend at the Conservative Meeting in Pasadena"; Copied from Concord monthly Meeting Men's Minutes "concerning astrology and other sciences as Geomancy and Chiromancy and necromancy etc", 1695 September 11; One carbon page of an extract from the Journal of Thomas Story p.195-196, 1699; Copy of a letter concerning a visit of John Wilbur to Philadelphia Y. M. in 1852, 1852 June 13; Copy of a letter concerning the disagreement in Ohio (?) Yearly Meeting between "the greater part of our Yearly Meeting" and "our Gurney friends." 2 typewritten pages, 1854 September 17; Some Account of Philadelphia Yearly Meeting—1856" In handwriting of John J. Lytle, a stormy meeting due to the separation," 11 typewritten pages legal size with hand written note, "please return to Howard H. Brinton", 1856; Letter to Independent Meetings of Friends in various parts of America from the meeting at Earlham College 2 pages plus a list of subjects of interest to Independent Meetings, with hand written note by Anna Brinton. (2 Copies), 1928 May 1; An Open letter from Young Friends members of or soon to become members of the Socialist Party, 26 typewritten signatures and a bibliography, circa 193_; Some Mystical Elements in Quakerism, by Joseph W. Myers, presented to Chestnut Hill Friends Meeting, Philadelphia, 15 mimeographed pages plus a 1 page bibliography, 1939 January 18, 25; Recommendations of the Sub-committee of Joint Committee on Closer Cooperation of all Friends in New England. 3 mimeographed pages, 1942 November; Minutes of Sub-Committee of Committee on Closer Cooperation of All Friends in New England held at Cambridge, Massachusetts (3 mimeographed pages), 1942 November 20-22; Some Observations Among Friends, by W.O. Mendenhall, variety, unity, and growth, 4 mimeographed pages, 1944 July 28; A Message from Your Pastors, flyer inviting public to the revival meeting, published S. Salem Friends Church, 1943 January 14; Statistics concerning New York Yearly Meeting, 1946; Extract from The Friends Ambulance Unit By A. Tegla Davies, published Allen and Unwin pp. 294-296, their work in China found among Anna Brinton's papers, 1947; The Seasonal Cycle in Quaker Speaking, I carbon copied page quoting from the " Foundation for the Study of Cycles," with two line graphs showing chances in vocal ministry throughout the year at Orange Grove Meeting, with a noncommittal hand written note by Howard Haines Brinton, "Thanks This was very interesting", 1959 November; An Open letter from Palo Alto Meeting of the Society of Friends, 2 mimeographed pages inviting anyone interested to attend meeting and a printed copy of the same, undated; A Paper on Ministry and Eldership Presented to Chester Monthly Meeting, Penna. 3 mimeographed pages signed by, Edith S. Platt, Vincent 0. Nicholson and James G. Vail, undated; R. M. J. by Agnes Tierney, possibly a Log Night production, undated; Map of "The U.S seen by the Philadelphia Friends, "by Bob Leach, undated; Background material for use in cases of conscientious objectors on trial for violation of the Selective Service Act. 5 typewritten pages found among the papers of Anna Shipley Cox Brinton, no indication of date or compiler, undated; Extracts taken from the Journal of John Woolman, 7 typewritten pages added to by hand by Anna Brinton found among Anna Brinton's papers, undated; List of names and addresses of Latin American Friends or friends of Friends found in Anna Brinton's Mexican papers probable date 1961, date of Anna Brinton's visit to Mexico, undated; Chronological Outline of Quaker History 3 mimeographed sheets, compiler unknown, undated; L. V. Hodgkin: genealogical tree and coat of arms of the Billing family whose descendent Mary Fell was George Fox's step-daughter and a facsimile of a letter from Loveday Hambly to George Fox, undated

Diary, 1895-1911.
Box 29
1966.
Box 29
Scope and Contents

Diary dated 1895 but contains random notes and addresses until 1911, 1895-1911; Very full of notes and addresses of European trip, 1920 Mostly notes of daily expenses in Europe, 1921; In England, 1931; Stray thoughts, appointments and a few addresses, 1932 Missing, 1933; Stray thoughts and a few appointments, 1934 Scant, 1935; Pretty scant lots of addresses, 1936; Japanese Notes No. 1, 1936 June 13-June 22; Japanese Notes No. 2, 1936 June 23-July 13; Chinese Notes, including a letter to his mother written July 12, 1936 July 15-July 22; Cryptic comments, appointments and a few addresses, 1937; Scant, 1938; Appointments and addresses, 1939; Including drive west and back, 1940; Appointments and addresses, 1941; Appointments and addresses, 1942; Scant entries, 1943; November-1944 January; Appointments, 1944; Appointments, 1945; Devotional quotes and appointments, 1946; Devotional quotes, appointments and a few addresses, 1947; Appointments and addresses, sailed for Europe on July 1, returned September 16, 1948; Appointments scant, 1949; Appointments and addresses scant, trip to Canada, 1950 Appointments and addresses scant, 1951; Notes on Japanese conditions, 1952 December 2-1954; Devotional quotes, appointments, journeys to England, Lund, Paris, Geneva, Italy, Beirut, Israel, India, Hong Kong, Tokyo, 1952; Appointments and expenses in Japan, 1953; Appointments and expenses in Japan and returning to USA, 1954; Begins Stockholm, March 8. Possibly Howard Haines Brinton, 1954; Appointments and addresses, 1955; Appointments scant, 1956; Appointments and addresses scant, 1957; Appointments and a number of addresses, 1958 Appointments and a number of addresses, 1959 Appointments and a number of addresses, 1960; Appointments and a number of addresses, 1961; Devotional quotes, appointments and a number of addresses, 1962; Scant appointments and a number of addresses, 1963; Devotional quotes, appointments and a number of addresses, 1964; Scant, 1965; Very scant last diary in this collection, 1966 lists and reflections, undated

Chemistry Lab, undated.
Box 30
Scope and Contents

The first pages have been removed, the remaining 60+ pages contain unsystematic notes on the history and theology of Friends

Ethics, undated.
Box 30
Scope and Contents

J. and S. Contains lecture notes

Math V, undated.
Box 30
Scope and Contents

Contains some notes on psychology and ethics and more notes on the epistles of Paul

Greek Philosophy, undated.
Box 30
Scope and Contents

Philosophy 12. Class notes

Notes on the Ten Commandments from a course given by President Sharples, undated.
Box 30
Ethics, undated.
Box 30
Scope and Contents

Philosophy 4. Class notes

Notes on the History of Philosophy, undated.
Box 30
Scope and Contents

Professor R. M. Jones. Contains lecture notes

Notes on Mystics and Mysticism, undated.
Box 30
Scope and Contents

Contains references to Boehme among many others

Notes on the Interpretation of the New Testament and the Development of Christian Thought, undated.
Box 30
Scope and Contents

R.M. Jones. Contains lecture notes

Haverford MA Thesis, 1905.
Box 31
Scope and Contents

"The Minor Sects of the Commonwealth," Master's Thesis, Haverford. Manuscript, 132 pages, 1905

"Contents.".
Box 31
Scope and Contents

Numbers 4, 5, 6 and 9 see below are filed together and were "written for Professor Santayana with his comments." Also, numbers 10 and 11 appear to be the document titled, "Howison, Spencer and Green. Submitted for Philosophy 211 B." 23 typewritten pages with the note," written as a continuation of the Seminar discussions on Professor Howison's Limits of Evolution." 1. The Four Conceptions of Being (Harvard 1908, Phil 9, paper written for Professor Royce with his comment), 1908; 2. The Psychology of Symbolism (Harvard 1908, Phil. 14 containing a bibliography and a corrected essay) 1908; 3. The Philosophy of Worship. ( 49 loose leaf hand written pages in response to Royce's The. World and the Individual), 1908; 4. Plato on the Immortality of the Soul. (40 pages), 1908 5. Plato's Theaetetus. (32 pages); 6. Aristotle's Theology (43 pages); 7. Possibility, Probability and Necessity ("Their Metaphysical Place, Phil. 9. " 47 pages with comment from Royce); 8. Influences on Metaphysical Problem (this entry in the list of contents probably refers to "Primary Report in Phil. 9" taught by Royce); 9. The Protagoras (33 pages filed above); 10. Spencer's Data of Ethics; 11. Review Green's Prolegomena to Ethics; 12. The Theory of Relativity ? 1914 (36 hand written pages, appears incomplete and not clear where written.)

"Kantian Philosophy.".
Box 31
Scope and Contents

1. "Kant." Notes; 2. Abstract of Kant's Critique of Pure Reason; 3. "The Kantian Philosophy:" Final Paper for Philadelphia 105K Professor Loewenberg" (18 typewritten pages); 4. "Kant's Assumptions"

Pickering College, 1912-1915.
Box 32
Scope and Contents

Association, Howard Haines Brinton, pres. Printed, 1913-1914; Pickering College, a brief history / [by Howard Haines Brinton]. Typescript and Manuscript, 3 pages; Flyer to vote for Howard Haines Brinton as editor-in- chief, undated

Guilford College, 1915-1918.
Box 32
Scope and Contents

Guilford College Views, Guilford College Bulletin, Vol. X, No. 4. "Gotten up by Howard Haines Brinton", 1918 February; Collection of programs of various minstrel shows in which Howard Haines Brinton participated and one scientific banquet menu

Mills College Religion Course, 1934.
Box 32
Scope and Contents

"The Philosophy of Modern Science." Includes syllabus, notes, exam, some published material by others

Courses in Christianity and Religious Problems, 1930s-1950s.
Box 32
Scope and Contents

Note: Generally not noted where or when the courses were taught, but includes courses on Quakerism Howard Haines Brinton's course notes, including on a lecture of Henry Cadbury on the Gospel of John in 1957, but also courses at Haverford in the 1930s and 1940s, 1957, 1930s, 1940s

Friends Journal, 1955-1961.
Box 32
Scope and Contents

"Quaker Journalism and the New Weekly," by Howard Haines Brinton, circa 1955 on the occasion of the introduction of Friends Journal at the point of reunification of PYM. Typescript, 4 p; Occasional minutes, reports, by-laws of Friends Publishing Corp. organizational and other materials. Mostly copies of Typescripts, undated

Arch Street (PYM) Meeting, 1959-1967.
Box 32
Scope and Contents

Information relating to the business of the Meeting, including committee meeting minutes, some property issues and Howard Haines Brinton's notes as clerk for the day, 1964 15 October

Pendle Hill Courses, 1936-1969, undated.
Box 33
Scope and Contents

Includes syllabi, lectures and notes in Howard Haines Brinton's hand. With gaps.

Pendle Hill Course Outlines, undated.
Box 33
Scope and Contents

Includes note cards, chronologies of Quaker history, reading lists. Similarity with previous folder information.

Pendle Hill Course Notes, 1938, 1941.
Box 33
Scope and Contents

Outline for the Pendle Hill, 1938 course "The Religious Integration of Society and what appears to be a 1941 course "The Religious Integration of Society."

Pendle Hill Course, 1962.
Box 33
Scope and Contents

For the course entitled: "Religion of a Quaker Journalist." Includes syllabus and Howard Haines Brinton's notes

Course on Religion, undated.
Box 33
Untitled, undated.
Box 33
Scope and Contents

Howard Haines Brinton's course notes

AFSC Child Feeding, Upper Silesia (Howard Haines Brinton) folder 1/3, 1920-1921.
Box 34
Scope and Contents

Included are many documents about the child feeding program, and questions and answers about Germany and the German people at the conclusion of WWI. A report was produced by a committee, including Howard Haines Brinton, "Thirty-Three Questions about Germany," dated July 1, 1921. Also a "Report on Feeding Operations for the territories of East Saxony, Silesia, Upper Silesia" presented to Howard Brinton. There are some letters to Howard Haines Brinton, but also general documentation of the situation the Quakers dealt with in this operation.

AFSC Child Feeding, Upper Silesia (Howard Haines Brinton) folder 2/3, 1920-1921.
Box 34
AFSC Child Feeding, Upper Silesia (Howard Haines Brinton) folder 3/3, 1920-1921.
Box 34
AFSC Student Feeding in Germany, 1920-1921.
Box 34
Scope and Contents

Including issues and budgets relating to the feeding program; "A Day in HQ": lyrics for a song about the program, undated; program report, undated; Howard Haines Brinton business card and AFSC stationery.

AFSC Student Feeding in Germany (Anna Shipley Cox Brinton), 1920-1921.
Box 34
Scope and Contents

Including documentation of the student feeding program and letters to Anna Shipley Cox Brinton, indicating economic situation of the students; typed translations of German letters. Letter from the American Relief Administration: ARA (D.W. Weist) to Editor of the College Paper. New York [Mr. Hoover asks college constituencies to collect money for European relief, with the hope "that colleges will assume full responsibility for the needs of the suffering students over there."] enclosing information on the appeal, 1921 January 6; In German and English

Spanish child feeding: Spanish children's pictures, 1938-1939.
Box 34
Scope and Contents

Note: Supervised by Friends Service Council (Great Britain). Accompanied by: "Appendix: An illustration of technical details of the Spanish feeding program."

AFSC German child feeding Program, World War II, undated.
Box 34
Scope and Contents

Includes German children's pictures

German child feeding Program, World War II, undated.
Box 34
Scope and Contents

Includes German children's pictures and letters of thanks to Quakers and AFSC

Almora Gaza photographs, 1949.
Box 34
Scope and Contents

A note with these photos suggests that AFSC had a project with refugees in Gaza and Anna Brinton may have had them as a result.

Letters and magnetic tape "living letters." folder 1/3, 1969.
Box 35
Scope and Contents

The letters come from all over the world: Japan, Korea, Germany, New Zealand, Austria, U.S., Canada and elsewhere

Letters and magnetic tape "living letters." folder 2/3, 1969.
Box 35
Letters and magnetic tape "living letters." folder 3/3, 1969.
Box 35

A-Barrington; Letters to and from Shipley Beans, undated.
Box 36A
Scope and Contents

James and Roanna Bean. Includes Abbott, A. J.; Abbott, C.W.; Arnold, Frances; and Barrington, Elizabeth)

Bean Family Genealogy, undated.
Box 36A
Scope and Contents

Large genealogical charts, biographical information on Joel Bean, his parents, his siblings, and his upbringing, as well as Hannah Elliott Bean.

Bean, Elizabeth (1802-1899); Bean, James and Roanna, undated.
Box 36A
Scope and Contents

Elizabeth Bean, Mother of Joel Bean; Correspondence, Images and Photographs, Biography and Genealogy. James and Roanna Bean, Letters.

Wedding and Death announcements and Programs Collected by Joel and Hannah E. Bean, 1885-1906.
Box 37
Scope and Contents

Wedding announcements, Death Announcements, Programs, and Invitations received by Joel and Hannah E. Bean. Includes Invitation to the wedding of Rufus Jones and Elizabeth Bartram Cadbury. Alphabetized by sender of invitation/ Announcement (usually Bride's parents): Allen, Allis, Armstong, Bewley, Bishop, Bowman, Buzzell, Cadbury, Charles, Combs, Cory, Cox, Crosbie, Danson, Forman, Griffen, Hammond, Harris, Hincks, Huggins, Jones, Martin, Maxwell, Mc Kitrick, Miles, Mendenhall, Minthorn, Neal, Richardson, Smith, Tantau, Vore, Wait, Wetherell, Yarnall.

Bean, Hannah E. Biographical and Manuscript, circa 1909.
Box 38
Scope and Contents

Biographical: Prayer at Hannah E. Bean's Death, by Joel Bean; short biography from the; Annual Monitor "On Hannah Bean's Last Days," By Joel Bean; Manuscript: Matthew Arnold by Hannah E. Bean

Bean, Joel and Hannah E.; Correspondence Between. Some during his 1905 trip East, 1866-1905.
Box 38
Scope and Contents

1866, Joel Bean operation; 1875, 1904, many from 1905. April 23 1887: Passing of Harry Mendenhall; description of a Quaker memorial service. Descriptions and accounts relating to Yearly, Quarterly and Monthly Meetings; Article on Native Americans in Santa Fe; Lots of family and social news. April 121905, a birthday note from Joel to Hannah. May 18 1905; Mention of Westtown. June 14 1905, June 24 1905: Mention of Rufus Jones visit to the west coast, 1866, 1875, 1904, 1905, 1887 April 23, 1866, 1905 April 12, 1905 May 18, 1905 June 14, 1905 June 24

Bean, Joel and Hannah E. Letters, 1859-1865.
Box 38
Scope and Contents

Mostly to Anna and Samuel Shipley. Leaving Philadelphia, Joel Bean and Anna Shipley, (in- laws in the Shipley family) strike up a close correspondence. Hannah E. Bean also writes often to Anna Shipley, Letters from the Beans also to Catharine M. Shipley. Beans go to [Sandwich Islands] Hawai'i, missionary work.

Bean, Joel and Hannah E. Letters, 1866-1873.
Box 38
Bean, Joel and Hannah E. Letters, 1874-1889.
Box 39
Bean, Joel and Hannah E. Letters, 1881-1888.
Box 39
Bean, Joel and Hannah E. Letters, 1890-1913.
Box 39
Bean, Joel and Hannah E. Miscellany and Letters of unidentified authorship sent to the Beans, undated.
Box 39
Br-Cr: Brussot, Mary H.; Coffin, C. F.; Congdon, James; Cork, Harriet; Cowgill, E. Branson; Crosbie, Archibald, 1881-1862, 1883, undated.
Box 40
Scope and Contents

Includes Congdon on Joel Bean's status in the meeting

El-L: Elliott, Margaretta; Gurney, E. P.; Haddonfield, Thomas Hobson; Hardy, Victoria Abby; King, Rufus P.; The Laurinburg Noraml and Industrial Institute, 1862-1895, 1918.
Box 40
Scope and Contents

Includes telegram that Cathy is recovering crisis past; and Laurinburg Institute asks for money

Miles, Elizabeth Bean. Letters, 1861-1913, undated.
Box 40
Scope and Contents

Includes letters to J and H Bean during their missionary work in the Sandwich Islands [Hawai'i]; family news; Meeting news

Potts, Anna, 1862-1900.
Box 41
Potts, Anna, 1901-1904.
Box 41
Plum, Lydia J, 1910.
Box 41
Pr- Se: Pritchard, C. W.; Provident Life and Trust Co.; Rhoads, Lillie F.; Richards, Lydia E. S.; Richards, Thomas; Roberts, Carol Wells; Seull, David, 1860, 1886-1887, 1903-1904.
Box 41
Scope and Contents

Samuel Shipley's Provident Life and Trust Company managed financial matters for the entire Shipley-Bean family, esp. for Hannah E. Bean, Joel Bean, and Catharine M. Shipley. Where underlings handled the financial correspondence, it is filed under Provident Life and Trust Co. Where Samuel Shipley wrote to his sisters himself, the letters are filed under his name, since he almost always writes in a personal note, with familial information.

Shipley Family Genealogy, undated.
Box 42
Shipley, Agnes G. E. Letters, circa 1906.
Box 42
Scope and Contents

Including the death of Samuel Shipley.

Shipley, Anna and Samuel, 1859-1864, undated.
Box 42
Scope and Contents

To J+H on the frontier, to J+H in the Sandwich Islands [Hawai'i].

Shipley, Anna and Samuel, 1865-1871.
Box 42
Shipley, Anna and Samuel, 1873-1880.
Box 42
Shipley, Anna and Samuel, 1881-1883.
Box 43
Scope and Contents

Mention of Joel and Hannah's difficulties in their Meeting [They were dropped as members.] The dismantling of Lydia Shipley's house, and allocation of things, and moving in with Anna and Samuel R. Shipley. Meeting for worship, Anna's spiritual concerns for Samuel.

Shipley, Anna and Samuel, 1883-1903.
Box 43
Shipley, Catharine M. Manuscripts, Biographical, Letters, Miscellaneous, Financial, 1861-1922.
Box 43
Scope and Contents

Shipley, Catharine M. Manuscripts, Biographical, Letters, Miscellaneous, Financial. Academic papers on French Art History. Advertisements for her lectures on French Art, Writing about Norway, Poem for Husband after his death, On Greece. Includes undated and incomplete letters (1861-1922) and reference to the San Francisco Earthquake of 1906.

Shipley, E-Li: Elizabeth; Hannah; Lincoln, 1885.
Box 44
Shipley, Lydia. Biographical, Images, Letters; Lydia Shipley's Will, Death of Lydia Shipley. Shipley, Martha, 1859-1885, undated.
Box 44
Scope and Contents

Includes obituary from the Philadelphia Bulletin, and letters)

Shipley, Murray; Images, Letters; Biographical; Manuscripts, 1865-1898, undated.
Box 44
Scope and Contents

Image and small landscape water color possibly by Murray Shipley. Letters to Catharine M. Shipley and her family predating his marriage to her, on his marriage, and after their marriage; Testimonial by C. F. Coffin, Biography by wife Catharine M. Shipley. Bound theological notes of Murray Shipley

Shipley, Samuel; Images, Biographical; Letters; Manuscripts and Poetry, 1852-1899.
Box 44
Scope and Contents

Large Photo of Samuel Shipley, Map of surroundings of Windon, the Shipley's summer home, an article about scandal involving Provident Life and Trust and the State legislature. Samuel Shipley is quoted. Samuel Sellers reminisces in The Friend about the Youth of Samuel Shipley, Document presented to Samuel Shipley in recognition of his service on his retirement from the Provident Life and Trust Co; Financial document, Samuel Shipley's will; Letters: Death of Thomas Shipley

Shipley, Susan; Letters, 1880-1921.
Box 45
Scope and Contents

William Shipley

Smiley, S.F.; Smiths, Ellen L.; Tebbetts, Charles Albert and Mary Hill. Biographical, Images, Letters; Tebbetts, Imelda; Letters, 1861-1910.
Box 45
T-Wh, 1861,1886, 1909.
Box 45
Scope and Contents

Townsend, J. R.; Troth, Anna: Manuscript, Death of; Vaux, George; Weane, E. H.; The White House; Taft Administration (Alice Blech)

Winn, 1860-1909.
Box 45
Scope and Contents

Winn, Annabella E. Letters and Biographical; Winn, Elizabeth C. Letters

Wood, 1860-1885.
Box 45
Scope and Contents

Wood, Greenberry and Hannah; Letters. Wood, Richard

Letters: Brinton, A. - Brinton, E., 1855, 1882, 1894, 1925, 1930.
Box 46
Scope and Contents

includes letters to and from members of the family of Edward Brinton, the father of Howard Haines Brinton

Letters: Brinton, G. - Brinton, W., 1880, 1889, 1892, 1906, 1920.
Box 46
Letters: Brown - Garrett, 1864, 1866, 1880, 1883, 1890, 1920.
Box 46
Letters: Haines - Williams, 1878, 1882, 1884, 1886, 1892, 1923.
Box 46
Letters: Unattributed, 1909, undated.
Box 46
Poetry of Anna G. Brinton, undated.
Box 47
Scope and Contents

Handwritten poetry of Anna G. Brinton, the sister of Edward Brinton

Manuscripts of Deborah G. Brinton, undated.
Box 47
Scope and Contents

Includes poetry and manuscript fragments of Deborah G. Brinton, wife of Edward Brinton

Emmor Brinton: Accounts and Expenses, 1865-1867, 1875.
Box 47
Scope and Contents

Includes 2 notebooks containing information on the accounts and expenses of Emmor Brinton

Papers of Emmor and Jesse Brinton, 1846-1865.
Box 47
Scope and Contents

Notebook including the accounts of Emmor Brinton and Last Will and Testament of Jesse Brinton

Brinton Family Biographical Materials, 1880, 1893, 1979, undated.
Box 47
Scope and Contents

Includes biographical sketches and memoirs of Brinton Family members.

Jeremiah Brown Papers, 1965, undated.
Box 47
Scope and Contents

Manuscripts and maps relating to Jeremiah Brown, father of Ruthanna Brown Brinton (wife of Edward Brinton)

Journal of Mary M. Smith of Barnesville, Ohio, 1891.
Box 47
Brinton Family Miscellaneous Papers, 1880, undated.
Box 47
Edward Brinton Correspondence, 1894-1895.
Box 48
Scope and Contents

To Wife and Children while in New Mexico; Letters written by Edward Brinton (father of Howard Haines Brinton) to Ruthanna Brown Brinton (wife) and children while taking a trip to New Mexico. Letters span from November 18, 1894 to April 20, 1895.

Edward Brinton Correspondence, 1895.
Box 48
Scope and Contents

To Wife and Children while in New Mexico

Edward Brinton Correspondence, 1895.
Box 48
Scope and Contents

To Wife and Children while in New Mexico

Edward Brinton Correspondence, 1895.
Box 48
Scope and Contents

To Wife and Children while in New Mexico

Edward Brinton Correspondence, 1886-1895.
Box 48
Scope and Contents

Letters written from Edward Brinton to Deborah G. Brinton (mother) and others, including his sons, and wife

Edward Brinton Manuscripts, 1891-1905.
Box 48
Scope and Contents

Constitution and bylaws of SAK Society

Edward Brinton Manuscripts, undated.
Box 48
Scope and Contents

Essays and speeches relating to West Chester, Pennsylvania

Edward Brinton Manuscripts, undated.
Box 48
Scope and Contents

Manuscript on the death of Ralph Lee Brinton

Edward Brinton Manuscripts, 1879-1880, undated.
Box 48
Scope and Contents

"The Star of Hope," "The Home Cluster," "The Fortnightly Review," and related materials

Edward Brinton Legal Papers., 1931.
Box 48
Scope and Contents

Including Edward Brinton's last will and testament

Cox, Lydia Bean. Letters, 1878-1880.
Box 49
Cox, Lydia Bean. Letters, 1881-1884.
Box 49
Cox, Lydia Bean. Letters, 1884-1899.
Box 49
Cox, Catharine E. Bean. Letters to parents, 1886-1890.
Box 49
Cox, Catharine E. Bean. Letters., 1905-1910.
Box 49
Cox, Catharine E. Bean. Letters., 1911-1938, undated.
Box 49
Lydia Bean Cox Correspondence, undated.
Box 50
Scope and Contents

To her parents, aunt, and others

Lydia Bean Cox Correspondence, 1900.
Box 50
Lydia Bean Cox Correspondence, undated.
Box 50
Scope and Contents

To her sister

Lydia Bean Cox Correspondence, 1901-1902.
Box 50
Journal, possibly written by Lydia Bean Cox, 1874.
Box 50
Letters with Sender Unidentified, 1905.
Box 50
Cox Family Correspondence, 1894-1959.
Box 50
Scope and Contents

Correspondence to and from members of the Cox family, excluding Lydia Bean Cox, and Catharine Bean Cox

Photographs of Filipinos taken during Alvin J. Cox's visit to the Philippines, 1917.
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85 photographs. The chapter dealing with Cox's visit to the Philippines in 1917 from a volume of Travel Letters by Alvin J. Cox accompanies the photographs of the Fillipinos. The photos are of the people of the northern Cordillera region, as well as from the Muslim southern region of Lanao in Mindanao. According to anthropologist Patricia Afable, Charles Martin, a prominent government photographer of the period, probably took the photographs, though she notes that articles in the National Geographic from 1911 to 1913 employed these photographs and postcards during the St. Louis Fair of 1904 also showed similar photographs, which would predate Alvin Cox's visit. Further, although some of the photographs identify "Igorat" peoples (meaning "mountain people"), the term has long been associated with connotations of primitiveness, paganism and savagery, and would be found offensive by the southern Philippine peoples. 1 – A Bogobo woman (Mindanao); 2 – The town of Bontre from the Lagudin Trail; 3 – The famous zigzag of the Benguet road; 4 – Seagoing vintas of the Bangsamoro people; 5 – Disinfecting a house in which there has been Asiatic cholera; 6 – Panorama of the Iwohig Penal Colony, a brand of Biblical Prison; 7 – A typical Kalinga house at Lubuagan.; 8 – A constabulary company of Bontoc Igorats.; 9 – A colonist's house at Iwahig – penal colony. (see above); 10 – No notation (boy and man); 11 – 8 Mandayas of Mindanao; 12 – A. Bangsamoro datu with his wife and retinue; 13 – A general view of the Culion Leper Colony; 14 – A party of Mangyans at Bulalacao – Mindoro; 15 – Three Bangsamoros; 16 – An Ifugao village; 17 – A Young Kalinga Girl; 18 – Ilongot man; 19 – A Bogobo – Mindanao; 20 – A Bukidnon man; 21 – A Bontoc Igorot. Peddler of Tapuy?; 22 – Bontoc Igorot. Gongs with human jaw bones as handles. See also photo # 38; 23 – A Kalinga Chief; 24 – A young Manobo couple, Mindanao; 25 – A Kalinga Chief and his wife. Compare to photo #23 of another Kalinga chief. (see also photo #47); 26 – Igorot cargadores packing small baskets of salt, their most important importation; 27 – A Manobo house, Mindanao. Is that the same couple from photo # 24?; 28 – A Mangyan shelter, Mindoro; 29 – A small Igorot boy laughing name Pee-tee-pit; 30 – The Banaue Valley Ifugao rise terraces 31 – Igorots transplanting rice; 32 – Prisoners in Bilibid making hemp rope 33 – The historic Bridge of Spain; 34 – Madalem, a famous chief of the Kalingas with some of his followers; 35 – House of a wealthy Bangut Igorot; 36 – Ilongot tribal dance; 37 – An Ifugao house; 38 – Ifugao warrior and his head trophies. (see also photo # 22); 39 – Igorot house of the better class; 40 – A Tinguian? with spear; 41 – A Monobo tree house, Mindanao; 42 – Tinguinans of Northern Luzon. A Tinguian house 43 – (no notation) Seated man, playing nose flute; 44 – (no notation)Young woman with kerchief; 45 – The Episcopalian mission at Sagada. Bontoc Igorots; 46 - A Bontoc Peddler of Tapung; 47 - The Town of Bontoc from the Lagudin Trail; 48 - Weaving in Ifugao subprovince; 49 - Ilongot family group; 50 - Bontoc Igorots – Man and wife carrying camotes (yams); 51 - Olag – residence of young unmarried women and girls of the district. Bontoc Igorots; 52 - A Tinguian water carrier; 53 - A Tinguian girl. Northern Luzon 54 - An Ifugao chief with his family 55 - A Kalinga man and wife; 56 - Ifugao marriage dress; 57 - Benguet Igorot cargadores; 58 - A Dance at Magoc in the Ifuago country; 59 - Three girls with loads of camotes or yams; 60 - A Tinguian tribal dance; 61 - "Semicivilized" Fillipinos; 62 - Ifugao woman with her child on her back; 63 - An Ifugao man and his wife and child; 64 - A typical Bontoc Igorat couple; 65 - A hut; 66 - A resting bench – a sign of wealth and asserted superiority; 67 - An Iwahig? colonist, carrying his farm produce to market; 68 - Panorama of Biblical prison; 69 - Igorots – women's skirts made of banana leaves; 70 - A man with drawn bow; 71 - Bontoc Igorot women. Winners in a foot race; 72 - Bontoc's climbing a greased pole; 73 - A Bangsamoro datu with his wife and retinue; 74 - The Luneta – Manila; 75 - Rice terraces of Bontoc Igorots; 76 - A group of Moroc at Camp Vicars – Mindanao; 77 - The Banaue Valley – Ifugao rice terraces; 78 – An Ifugao making a speech; 79 – A Kalinga chief from the capital town of Lubuagan; 80 – A Kalinga man and woman from Lubuagan; 81 – An Olog, the house reserved for the use of women only. Bontoc Igorots; 82 – A young Ifugao dandy; 83 – An Igorot family of the better class. From Lepanto 84 – Wonderful ferns along the Tagudin Tail to Bontoc 85 – Two Ifugao women making their toilet

Cox Family Genealogical Papers, undated.
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Genealogical information on members of the Cox family including memoirs, obituaries, and family trees

Cox Family Legal Papers, 2001.
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Legal information including funerary plot information

Cox Family Biographical Papers, 1945.
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Cox family obituaries

Cox Family Biographical Papers, 1885, 1917, 1919, 1952, 1964, undated.
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Memoirs, newspaper articles, birth announcements

Alexander, Samuel and Wife [Friends of the Beans], Photographs of 1963 Reenactment of 1860 Quaker Wedding; Catharine M. Shipley's Cartes de visite, 1963, undated.
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Reenactment photos include: Small envelope: Ann Haworth; Ann Haworth, unknown, unknown; Unknown in 1860 Wedding Gown; Unknown in Brown Taffeta. Large Envelope: The Wedding. Bride, Jennifer Cutter; Groom, John Tatum; 3rd from Upper left, Anna Shipley Cox Brinton; 2nd from upper right, Howard Haines Brinton; left of bride, Ann Haworth; right of groom, Molly Vaux. Photograph by George Vaux; Catharine Morris Shipley's Cartes de Visite: Briggs, Moses; Briggs, Lavinia; Brown Jeremiah; Congdon, Gilbert (2); Cope, Marmaduke; Cope, Sarah W.; Douglass, John Henry; Ellis, John; Estes, John; Gurney, Eliza Paul; Hacker, Beulah M.; Harris, Elizabeth and Mary; Howell, Harriet K.; Green, Forster and Wife and Alexander, Samuel and wife and Martin Deborah; Hambleton, Neal; Huntley, Joseph; Kimber, Anthony M.; King, Elizabeth; King Joseph; King, Mary T.; Kirkbride, Julia C.; Potts, Anna; Sherman, Lizzie; Sherman, Anna; Robinson, William T.; Shober, H. Regina; Taylor, Abram M.; Taylor, James; Taylor, Joseph W.; Yarnall, Eleanor T.; Woman Standing by chair, woman wearing a hat, unknown, two girls

Botanical Specimens included in Correspondence between family members, 1885-1906.
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Leaves from James Bean to Joel Bean, 1900 April 21; Seeds from James Bean to Joel Bean, 1906 October 12; Small Bouquet from Lydia Shipley to Catharine M. Shipley, 1883 April; Leaves from Lydia Shipley to Catharine M. Shipley, 1885 January 13; Leaves from Lydia Shipley to Catharine M. Shipley, 1885 August 31

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