Friends Historical Library collection of meetinghouse photograph collections
Held at: Friends Historical Library of Swarthmore College [Contact Us]500 College Avenue, Swarthmore, Pennsylvania 19081
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Most Quakers use the term "meetinghouse" or "meeting house" to describe the building where they meet for worship. Most meetinghouses are plain, without steeples or adornment, and none are consecrated. Some 20th and 21st century Quakers, especially in the Evangelical Quaker tradition, prefer the term "church."
Here are listed, in approximate chronological order, collections of photographs of Quaker meetinghouses, stored at the Friends Historical Library of Swarthmore College. The collections were photographed or assembled by various individuals at various times. Most of the meeting houses are in the Eastern United States, but there are also some in the United Kingdom or other locations.
Individual collections have been preserved, and are identified by a PA number. They are listed in approximate chronological order.
- Philadelphia Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends
- Newton Monthly Meeting for Business (Society of Friends : Camden, N.J.)
- New York Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends
- Friends Historical Library of Swarthmore College
- Finding Aid Author
- Zoe Peyton Jones
- Finding Aid Date
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This collection contains primarily black and white slides of Quaker meeting houses in Illinois, Indiana, Minnesota, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Rhode Island.Physical Description
.27 cubic ft.1 box; stored with PA149.
Clear Creek; Lake Forest
Dunkard, Madison/Anderson; Fall Creek, Pendleton; First Friends Church, Richmond; Friends Meetinghouse, Richmond (now Wayne County Historical Museum); Sugar Grove, Plainfield; West Side, Richmond
Amawalk, Yorktown Heights; Arthursburg, Dutchess County; Bullhead, Dutchess County; Chappaqua, Chappaqua; Clintondale, Clintondale; Cornwall, Cornwall; Croton Valley, Mount Kisco; Crum Elbow, Dutchess County; Flushing, Flushing; Greenfield, Greenfield; Jericho, Jericho; Matinacock, Matinacock; Neversink, Neversink; New York Yearly Meetinghouse, New York; North Salem, North Salem; Nine Partners, Millbrook, Dutchess County; Oblong, Pawling, Dutchess County; Oswego, Moore's Mill; Plattekill, Plattekill; Poughkeepsie, Poughkeepsie; Scarsdale, Scarsdale; Westbury, Westbury; Wheatland, Mumford (now Genesee Country Museum)
Caesar Creek, Wayne; Dover, Wilmington; Red Brick (former home of Miami Monthly Meeting Orthodox, now used by Miami Monthly Meeting Hicksite), Waynesville; Springfield, Wilmington; White Brick (Home of Miami Monthly Meeting Hicksite), Waynesville; West Milton, West Milton; Wilmington, Wilmington
London Grove, Kennett Square
Moses Brown School, Providence; Newport, Newport; Providence, Providence; Sandwich, East Sandwich, MA
This collection consists of black and white photographs of Quaker meetinghouses, some in an album and some loose.Physical Description
.4 cubic ft.1 box
This album contains the following: Bull and Mouth Meeting, London; Fourth and Arch Street; 304 Arch Street; Orange Street; Twelfth Street; Sixth and Noble Street; Fourth and Green Street; Fairhill; West Philadelphia; Seventeenth [?] and Girard Ave; Germantown; 15th and Race Street; Frankford; Haverford; Abington; Plymouth; Horsham; Norristown; Gwynedd; Fallsington; Wrightstown; Byberry; Buckingham; Newtown; Langhorne; Attleboro; Bart [?], Lancaster PA; Longwood; Mill Creek; Wilmington; Newton; Easton; Burlington; Camden; Merchantville; Cropwell; Haddonfield; Moorstown; Mount Laurel; Westfield; Woodbury; Mickleton; Medford; Salem; Greenwich; Atlantic City; Mullica Hill; Mansfield; Rancocas; Mt. Holly; Copenny; Upper Greenwich; Woodstown; Hancock's Bridge, Alloway's Creek; Woodstown; Crosswicks; Arney's Mount; Old Springfield; Bordentown; Trenton; Medford; Warminster; Upper Dublin; ?; Pottstown; Exeter; Reading; Maiden Creek; Once Robeson [?]; New Garden; London Grove; Third Haven; Brick; Colora; Pennsbury / Penn's Manor; Yardley; Solesbury; Plumstead [?]; Stony Brook; Coatesville; West Caln; West Sadsbury; Christiana; Fallowfield; Romansville; Indian Burial Ground; Star Gazer's Stone; ?; West Marlborugh; Unionville; Doe Run; Penn's Grove; Homeville (Oxford); John Churchman's home; Oxford; Little Elk; London Britain [?]; Stanton; Springfield; unidentified.
Contains the following images: Salem Oak--2 photographs; Pennsbury, Bucks Co., PA; Bordenton, NJ--2 photographs; Cougérries, France--2 photographs; Tuckahoe Neck, MD; Unidentified interior; Greenwood School, Millville MM; Greenwood Meeting--2 photographs; Reading, PA--2 photographs; Radnor; Plainfield; Millville Meeting; Mansfield; Crosswicks, NJ; Plainfield--Hicksite; Plainfield--Orthodox; Upper Springfield, NJ; Old Springfield, NJ; Rahway--Orthodox; John Cox House, NJ; Rahway--Hicksite; Crosswicks--Orthodox--2 photographs; Crosswicks--Hicksite.
This collection contains photographs, about 7.5x9.5, mounted on stiff cardboard, envelopes containing unmounted pictures of the same size along with historical notes (some envelopes contain only notes) and glass plate negatives, size 8x10.Physical Description
1.5 cubic ft.5 boxes
The included pictures and notes concern the following meetings: Alloways Creek or Hancock Bridge; Burlington (Arch St); Cape May (Race St) or Seaville; Chesterfield (Race St) or Crosswicks; East Branch or Imlaystown; Easton; Evesham or Mount Laurel; Greenwich (Arch St); Haddonfield (Arch St); Kingwood or Quakertown; Little Egg Harbor or Tuckerton; Newton or Newtown; Old Springfield or Copenny; Rancocas; Salem (Race St); Shrewsbury (Hicksite); Stony Brook; Trenton (Race St); Upper Evesham or Medford; Upper Greenwich or Mickleton; Westfield (Race St) or Cinnaminson; Woodbury; Woodston.
Just historical notes on: Moorestown, Cropwell, Bass River, New Hopewell, Elsinboro, Allamuchy, Lower Alloway's Creek, Upper Alloway's Township Creek, May, Westhampton, Pedrickstown, Old Fairfield, Barnegat, Friends in General.
Includes the following meetings: Shrewsbury; Trenton; Evesham; Cape May; Upper Greenwich; Salem; Newton; Upper Evesham; Rancocas; Woodstown; Alloway's Creek; Salem; Stony Brook; Easton; Woodbury; Kingwood; Chesterfield; Old Springfield; Westfield; Greenwich; Haddonfield; Burlington; Little Egg Harbor.
This is a single album with post card sized pictures, mostly of meeting houses, but also some of important Quaker figures. Almost all are black and white. The meeting houses (and people) pictured are:
Pg 2-3: Germantown, PA;
Pg 4-5: Blacksburg, VA; Moorestown, NJ; Merion, PA;
Pg 6-7: Mansfield, NJ; Chichester, PA; Upper Springfield, NJ;
Pg 8-9: Doe Run, PA; Darby; Old Kennett; Westmoreland [?];
Pg 10-11: Rancoeas, NJ; Girard Avenue, PA; Abington;
Pg 12-13: Colleord, PA; Third Haven, MD; Old Concord [?], PA; New Garden, PA;
Pg 14-15 Newtown, PA; Radnor, PA; Manhasset, Long Island; Troy, NY;
Pg 16-17: Orange Street, PA; Stanwood, NY; Newtown Square, PA;
Pg 18-19: Catawissa, PA; Valley, PA; Penn Hill, PA; Silver Springs, PA;
Pg 20-21: Mt. Holly, NJ; Abington, PA; New York NY; Cresswicks, NJ;
Pg 22-23: Fourth and Arab Sts, PA; Moorestown, NJ; West Chester, PA; Bordentown, NJ;
Pg 24-25: Providence, RI; Merion, PA; Old Brick, MD; Chattagua, NY; Yorktown Heights, NY;
Pg 26-27: Birmingham; Gwynedd; Old Haverford; Swarthmore Hall (Home of George and Margaret Fox);
Pg 28-29: Odessa; Birmingham; Mattapoisett, MA; Washington, DC;
Pg 30-31: William Penn; George Fox;
Pg 32-33: Jericho, NY; Hannah Callowhill; Isaac T Hopper; Jordan; Benjamin Hallowell; Lucretia Mott;
Pg 34-35: Woodbury, NJ; Westerly, RI; Westtown, PA; 4th and Chestnut, PA;
Pg 36-37: Upper Dublin, PA; Sandy Spring, MD; Richmond, VA; Flushing, LI;
Pg 38-39: ?; Chabhagua [?], NY; Orange Grove, CA; North Easton, NY; South Easton, NY;
Pg 40-41: Fallsington (Orthodox); Bradford, Marshallton; Fallsington (Hicksite); First Friends Church, IN;
Pg 42-43: Deer Creek; Mansfield, NJ; Oxford, PA; Byberry?;
Pg 44-45: Mill Creek, DE; Paeston, MD; Valley, PA; London Grove, PA;
Pg 46-47: West Grove, PA; Plymouth, PA; Abington, PA; First Friends Meeting House, NJ; Marlboro, PA; Wrightstown, PA;
Pg 48-49: Flushing, MD; Bank Meeting, PA; ?, NY; Fourth and Arch Street, Phila, PA;
Pg 50-51: Second and High Street, Phila, PA; Pikeland, PA; Wilmington, DE; Plymouth, PA; Fallowfield, PA;
Pg 52-53: Abington; Burlington, NJ;
Pg 54-55: Washington Friends; Provience, Media, PA; 24th and CHestnut Streets, CHester, PA; Market Street, Chester, PA;
Pg 56-57: Salem, NJ; Concord; Colora; Appoquinimink; Schuylkill, PA; Gwynedd, PA; ?, NY; Providence, PA; Buckingham, PA;
Pg 58-59: Maiden Creek; Plymouth Orthodox; Farmington;
Pg 60-61: Alloways Creek, NJ; Byberry; Amesbury, MA;
Pg 62-63: Medford, NJ; Little Falls, MD; East Nottingham; Fawn Grove;
Pg 64-65: Easton, MD; Salem, NJ; Sandy Springs, MA; West Chester, PA;
Pg 66-67: Chappaqua, NY; Downingtown, PA; Kennett Square, PA; West Grove, PA;
Pg 68-69: Little Egg Harbor, NJ; Fair Hill; Springfield, Marple;
Pg 70-71: Greenfield; Plainfield, NJ; 15th and Race St, Phila, PA; Green Street, Germantown, PA;
Pg 72-73: Caln, PA; Fair Hill; Frankford, PA Plainfield, NJ;
Pg 74-75: Richland; Orange Street, Phila, PA; Wrightstown, PA; Roaring Creek, PA;
Pg 76-77: Parkersville; State St, PA; Christiana, PA; Washington, DC;
Pg 78-79: Wilmington, DE; Old Goose Creek, VA; Fairfax, VA;
Pg 80-81: Hockessin, DE; Pyrmont; Menallen, PA; Green St Phila, PA;
Pg 82-83: Mount, NJ; Woodstown, NJ; Romansville, PA; Mt. Holly, NJ;
Pg 84-85: Willistown, PA; Pittsburgh, PA; Homewood, MD: Moorestown (Hicksite);
Pg 86-87: Preston, England; ?; England; Staindrop, England; Colthouse, England;
Pg 88-89: Scotland; Yealand, England; Birkenhead, England; CLancaster, England; Westfield, NJ; Bart, PA; Elklands;
Pg 90-91: England; Grange, Ireland; Upper Springfield, OH; Millville, PA;
Pg 92-93: Maple Grove, IN; Darlington, MD; Buckingham, PA; Falls (Orthodox);
Pg 94-95: Brooklyn, Long Island; Woodbury, NJ; London Grove, PA; Shrewsbury, NJ;
Pg 96-97: Exeter, PA; Willistown, PA; Woodstown, NJ; Pleasant Valley, NY;
Pg 98-99: Radnor, PA; Valle, PA; Barnegat, NJ; Wilmington; Plymouth, PA;
Pg 100-101: Haddonfield, NJ; Fairhill, PA; Lancaster Ave, PA; Carpenters' Hall; Fall Creek, IN; Warrington; ?, NJ;
Pg 102-103: Lombard St, MD; Robeson, PA; Makefield, PA; White Creek, NY;
Pg 104-105: Somers Point; Forest Hill, MD; Ocorara; Horsham, PA;
Pg 106-107: Westbury Long Island; Granville, NY;
Pg 108-109: Rahway (Hicksite); Salebury, PA; Nine Partners; Deer Creek, MD;
Pg 110-111: Woodstown, NJ; Plumstead, PA; Buck Hill Falls, PA; Lionville, PA;
Pg 112-113: Nantucket, MA; Old Whitewater, IN; Middletown, PA; Ogcuego, NY; Front Street, Phila, PA;
Pg 114-115: 35th Street and Lancaster Avenue; Orange Grove, CA; CreekMeeting House, NY; Reading, PA;
Pg 116-117: Marshall St, PA; Frankford, PA; York; Pembrolie? MA;
Pg 118-119: Goshen, PA; Stony Brook, NJ; Mickleton, NJ; Radnor, PA;
Pg 120-121: Byberry; Haverford; Reading, PA; Flushing, NY;
Pg 122-123: Kingwood, NJ; Mansfield (Orthodox), NJ; Plymouth, PA; Buckingham;
Pg 124-125: Winchester, VA; ?; Evesham/Mt. Laurel; Haddonfield (Hicksite)
Pg 126-127: Old Sadsbury, PA; Upper Evesham/Medford (Orthodox); Old Brick; West Falmouth, MA;
Pg 128-129: Merchantville; York, PA; Doylestown; Sparta, Canada; Coaldstream, Canada; First Friends Meeting, Germantown;
Pg 130-131: Haddonfield; Old Squan; Chestnut Hill;
Pg 132-133: Burlington, NJ; High Street, West Chester, PA; Camden, DE; Stroudsburg, PA;
Pg 134-135: Friends Old Church, Mt. Pleasant; New York, NY; Elk Ridge;
Pg 136-137: Jordan, England; Darlington, MD; Cheltenham; New Bart (Orthodox);
Pg 138-139: Norristown, PA; Horsliam? PA; Ballance (Little Britain) (Orthodox), PA; Makefield, PA; Old West Philadelphia, PA; Mullica Hill;
Pg 140-141: Frankford, PA; Old Haverford; Hopewell, VA;
Pg 142-143: Old Third Haven; Little Falls of Gunpowder; Pittstown, NY; Easton, NJ;
Pg 144-145: Frankford, Phila (Orthodox), PA; Preston, MD; Broad Creek, MD; Warminster;
Pg 146-147: Tuckahoe Neck, MD; State College, PA; George School; Randolph, NJ;
Pg 148-149: Old Fallsington; Cape May; Sandwich, MA;
Pg 150-151: Center, DE; Chestnut Hill, PA; Little Egg Harbor/Tuckerton, NJ; Friends House, England;
Pg 152-153: Upper Greenwich, NJ; Montclair, NJ; Norristown, PA; Cape May, NJ;
Pg 154-155: West Grove, PA; Fifteenth and Race St, Phila, PA; Easton, MD; Orange Grove, CA;
Pg 156-157: Saratoga, NY; Second and High Street; Lynn, MA; Fairhill;
Pg 158-159: Pembroke, MA; Crosswicks, NJ; Moorestown (Orthodox); Haverford;
Pg 160-161: London Grove, PA; Longwood; Rook How, England; Saratoga, NY;
Pg 162-163: Cropwell; Concordville, PA; Elklands;
Pg 164-165: Old Blue River; Bordentown, NJ; Richmond, VA; Westbury;
Pg 166-167: Greenich, NJ; Abington, PA; Salem, NJ; East Branch.Physical Description
0.4 cubic ft.1 box
See also FHL book collection for mimeographed copies of T. Chalkley Matlack's manuscript, "Brief historical sketches concerning Friends' meetings of the past and present with special reference to Philadelphia Yearly meeting"
This collection contains photographs of meeting houses in Philadelphia Yearly Meeting. Most are black and white, some are colored. It is arranged in five volumes by quarterly meeting.Physical Description
.7 cubic ft.3 boxes
This volume contains pictures of meeting houses from Abington Quarter, Bucks Quarter, Burlington Quarter, and Caln Quarter. The included meeting houses (and some related schoolhouses or graveyards) are: Abington, Hicksite; Abington, Orthodox; Ambler; Arney's Mount; Barnegat; Bart; Beach Haven; Bordentown; Bristol; Buckingham; Burlington; Byberry; Cambridge; Cheltenham; Chesterfield; Christiana, Hicksite; Christiana, Orthodox; Coatesville; Columbia; Downingtown; Doylestown; East Branch; East Caln; East Sadsbury; Falls, Hicksite; Falls, Orthodox; Frankford, Orthodox; Germantown, Orthodox; Gwynedd; Morsham; Lambertville; Lampeter; Lancaster; Little Britain, Orthodox; Little Egg Harbor, Hicksite; Little Egg Harbor, Orthodox; Lower Mansfield; Makefield; Mansfield; Marshallton; Middletown; Mount Holly; Nantmeal; New Hope; Newtown; Newtown; Norristown; Old Springfield; Pennsbury; Pikeland; Plainfield, Orthodox; Plymouth; Plumstead; Providence; Quakertown; Rahway, Orthodox; Rancocas, Hicksite; Rancocas, Orthodox; Richland; Richland; Robeson; Romansville; Sadsbury; Solebury; Springfield; Stony Brook; Stroudsburg; Trenton; Upper Dublin; Upper Freehold; Upper Springfield; Uwchlan; Vincentown; Warminster; West Caln; West Sadsbury; Whitemarsh; Wrightstown; Yardley; Friendsville.
This volume contains pictures of meeting houses from Concord Quarter, Fishing Creek Half-Year, Haddonfield Quarter, and Philadelphia Quarter. The included meeting houses (and some related schoolhouses or graveyards) are: Arch Street; Atlantic City; Bakersville; Bank Meeting; Bear Gap; Berwick; Birmingham, Hicksite; Birmingham, Orthodox; Camden; Catawissa; Centre Square; Cherry Street; Chester, Hicksite; Chester, Orthodox; Chichester, Hicksite; Chichester, Orthodox; Concord; Cropwell Darby; Early Meetings; Easton; Elklands; Evesham; Evesham, School; Exeter; Fair Hill; Fourth Street; Frankford, Hicksite; Galloway; Germantown, Hicksite; Girard Avenue; Goshen, Hicksite; Goshen, Orthodox; Great Egg Harbour; Green Street; Greenwood; Greenwood Seminary; Haddonfield; Haverford, Hicksite; Haverford, Orthodox; Hopewell; Jeanes Hospital; Lansdowne, Hicksite; Lansdowne, Orthodox; Leeds Point; Loyalsock; Maiden Creek; Malvern; Medford, Hicksite; Medford, Orthodox; Media; Merion; Middletown, Hicksite; Middletown, Orthodox; Millville; Moorestown; Mount Laurel; Muncy; Newton, Hicksite; Newton, Orthodox; Newtown Square; North Meeting; Old Market Street; Old Newton; Orange Grove; Orange Street; Pine Street; Pottstown; Pottsville; Powelton Avenue; Providence; Race Street; Radnor; Reading; Roaring Creek; Schuylkill; Somers Point; Springfield; Spruce Street; Stanton; Swarthmore; Twelfth Street; Valley; West Chester, Hicksite; West Chester, Orthodox; Westfield; West Philadelphia; Westtown; Whiteland; Willistown; Wilmington, Hicksite; Wilmington, Orthodox.
This volume contains pictures of meeting houses from Salem Quarter, Shrewsbury Quarter, Southern Quarter, and Western Quarter. The included meeting houses (and some related schoolhouses or graveyards) are: Alloawys Creek; Allowaystown; Amboy; Appoquinimink; Ashvillie; Back Creek; Bayside; Betty's Cove; Bush Creek; Camden; Cape May; Cape May Point; Cecil; Center, Del; Center, Md; Chester Neck; Chestnut Ridge; Choptank; Colora; Cool Spring; Crooked Run; Deer Creek; Doe Run; Duck Creek; Eastland; East Nottingham; Fairfax; Fallowfield, Hicksite; Fallowfield, Orthodox; Goose Creek; Greensboro; Greenwich, Hicksite; Greenwich, Orthodox; Hardwick; Head of Chester; Hockessin; Homeville; Hopewell; Huntingdon; Kennett Square; Kingwood; Little Britain; Little Creek; London Britain; London Grove; Marlborough; Marshy Creek; Maurice River; Menallen; Middle Creek; Middletown, NJ; Milford; Mill Creek; Murderkill; Newark; Newberry; New Castle; New Garden, Hicksite; New Garden, Orthodox; Oak Grove; Old Kennett; Oxford; Parkersville; Pennsgrove; Pilesgrove, Hicksite; Pilesgrove, Orthodox; Pine Grove; Pipe Creek; Plainfield; Preston; Rahway; Randolph; Redstone; Ridge; Salem, Hicksite; Salem, Orthodox; Sassafras; Shrewsbury; Smith's Creek; Spencer's; Squan; Squankum; Third Haven; Topanemus; Tuckahoe; Tuckahoe Neck; Tuscarora; Unionville; Upper Greenwich; Upper Penn's Neck; Warrington; West Grove, Hicksite; West Grove, Orthodox; Westland; West Nottingham; Winchester; Woodbridge; Woodbury; Woodbury Schools; Woolwich; York.
This volume contains pictures of meeting-related places in the following categories:
Unofficial Meetings/meeting related places: Ashbury Park, Hicksite; Buck Hill Falls, Hicksite; Leigh Valley, Hicksite; New Brunswick, Hicksite; Eaglesmere, Orthodox; Pocono, Orthodox; Pocono Lake Preserve, Orthodox; Chestnut Hill; Free Quakers; Harrisburg; Longwood; Merchantville; Newark; Montclair; Pittsburgh; State College.
Omissions from regular arrangement: Fawn; Manoquesy; South Fork; Oxford, Fox Chase; The Gap; Cheyney, "The Shelter"; Christiansburg; Pendle Hill.
Miscellaneous: Little Elk; Leonia; Washington, DC; Sandy Spring; Alexandria; Woodlawn; Ihromore [?]; Elk Ridge; Octorara; Broad Creek; Forest; Little Falls; Whitewater; Earlham College; Salem; Upper Springfield; Fallowfield; Goose Creek; Goose Creek, Orthodox; New York, 15th Street; New York, 20th Street; Old Gunpowder; Gunpowder; Flushing; Newtown; Westbury; Matinecock; Manhasset; Jericho; Bethpage; Jerusalem; Baltimore; Brooklyn.
This volume contains pictures of the (primarily) interior views in various meeting houses. The included meeting houses are: Abbington; Alloways Creek; Appoquinnimink; Arch Street; Atlantic City; Ballance; Bradford (Marshallton); Byberry; Camden, Del; Camden, NJ; Cape May; Catawissa; Cheltenham; Chestnut Hill; Chichester; Colore [?]; Cropwell; Darby; Drumore; East Branch; East Nottingham; Easton, NJ; Elklands; Evesham (Mt. Laurel); Fair Hill; Falls; Frankford; Germantown; Girard Avenue; Green Street; Greenwick; Greenwood; Gwynedd; Haddonfield; Harrisburg; Haverford, Old; Horsham; Kennett Square; Lahaska (Buckingham); Lansdowne; London Britain; Marshallton; Media; Mickleton; Middletown, Del. Co; Millsville; Moorestown; Mount Holly; Mullica Hill (Woolwich); Mount Laurel; Muncy; Newberry; Newtown, Bucks Co; Newtown Square; Pendle Hill; Pilesgrove (Woodstown); Pittsburgh; Plainfield; Plumstead; Plymouth; Preston; Race Street; Radnor; Rancocas; Randolph; Reading; Richmond, Ind.; Roaring Creek; Salem; Sandy Spring; Solebury; Squan; Swarthmore; Third Haven; Tuckaboe Neck; Upper Greenwich (Mickleton); Valley; West Caln; West Chester; West Philadelphia; Woodbury; Woodstown; Woolwich; York; Penn Hill (Little Britain); 1 Street, Washington; Stony Brook; London Grove.
This collection contains a number of small notebooks with pictures and notes on the meetings, and an index of the meetings and eminent Quakers included in these.
Meetings included in this collection are: Abington; Alexandria; Alloways Creek; Allowaystown; Ambler; Amboy and Middletown; Appoquinimink; Arch Street; Arney's Mount; Arneytown or Upper Freehold; Ashbury Park; Ashville, see Eastland; Atlantic City; Back Creek; Ballance or Little Britain; Baltimore; Barnegat; Bart, Old and New; Bayside; Beach Haven; Bear Garden; Berkeley or Bullskin; Bear Gap or Shamokin; Berwick; Bethlehem; Bethpage; Betty's Cove; Birmingham; Blockley or Merion; Bordentown; Bradford, Marshallton; Bridgeport, see Tuckerton; Bristol; Broad Creek; Brooklyn; Buck Hill Falls; Bush Creek; Buckingham; Bullskin or Berkeley; Burlington; Byberry; Cambridge; Camden, Delaware; Camden, NJ, or Newton; Cape May at Seaville; Cape May Point; Catawissa; Cecil; Center, Delaware; Center, Maryland; Center, Pennsylvania; Center, Va. see Winchester; Cheltenham; Chester; Chesterfield or Crosswicks; Chester Neck see Chester River; Chester River; Chestnut Hill; Chestnut Ridge; Cheyney, "The Shelter"; Chichester; Choptank; Christiana; Coatesville; Colora; Columbia; Concord; Cool Spring; Crooked Run; Cropwell; Crosswicks or Chesterfield; Darby; Darlington, see Deer Creek; Deer Creek; Doe Run; Downington; Doylestown; Drumore; Duck Creek; Dunnings Creek; Eaglesmere; Earlham College; East Branch; East Caln; Eastland; East Nottingham; Easton, see Third Haven; Easton, NJ; East Sadsbury; Elklands; Elk Ridge; Ercildoun or Fallowfield; Evesham or Mount Laurel; Exeter; Fairfax at Waterford; Fair Hill; Fallowfield; Fallowfield, see Redstone; Falls at Fallsington; Fawn or Fawn Grove; Fishing Creek or Millville; Flushing; Forest or Forest Hill; Frankford; Free Quakers; Galloway or Leeds Point; The Gap or Potts; Germantown; Girard Avenue; Goose Creek at Lincoln; Goshen; Great Egg Harbor; Greensborough; Green Street; Greenwich; Greenwood, see Millville; Gunpowder; Gwynedd; Haddonfield; Hardwick; Harrisburg; Haverford; Hempfield, see COlumbia; Hockessin; Homeville; Hopewell, NJ; Hopewell, Virginia; Horsham; Huntingdon; Jericho; Jerusalem; Keithian Quakers; Kennet Square; Kimberton, see Pikeland; Kingwood or Quakertown; Lambertville; Lampeter or Leacock; Lancaster; Landsdowne or Upper Darby; Lehigh Valley or Bethlehem; Leonia; Lincoln, see Goose Creek; Lionville, see ?; Little Britain; Little Creek; Little Egg Harbor or Tuckerton; Little Elk; Little Falls; London Britain; London Grove; Longwood; Lower Mansfield; Loyalsock or Pine Grove; Maiden Creek; Makefield; Malvern; Manhasset; Mansfield; Marlborough; Marshallton or Bradford; Marshy Creek; Matinecock; Maurice River, Port Elizabeth; Medford or Upper Evesham; Media; Menallen; Mendham or Randolph [?]; Merchantville; Merion or Old Merion; Merion, see Blockley; Mickleton or Upper Greenwich; Middletown or Langhorne; Middletown, Delaware Co; Middletown and Amboy; Milford or Mispillion; Mill Creek, Delaware; Mill Creek, see Tuscarora; Millville or Fishing Creek; Monoquesy; Montclair; Moorestown; Motherkill or Murderkill; Mout Holly; Mount Meeting, see Arney's Mt; Mullica Hill or Woolwich; Muncy at Pennsdale; Murderkill or Motherkill; Nantmeal; Newark, Delaware; Newark, NJ; Newberry; New Brunswick; New Castle; New Garden; New Hope; Newton or Camden; Newtown, Bucks Co; Newtown, Long Island; Newtown Square; New York; North East; Norristown; North Meeting; Northwest Fork or Pine Grove; Oak Grove, NJ; Octoraro; Odessa or Appoquinimink; Old Kennett; Old Newton; Old Springfield or Copany; Orange Grove, California; Orange St., Southern District; Oyster Bay see Matinecock; Oxford; Oxford Trinity Church and the Keithian Quakers; Parkersville; Pendle Hill; Penn Hill or Little Britain; Pennsbury; Pennsdale, see Muncy; Pennsgrove; Pikeland at Kimberton; Pilesgrove or Woodstown; Pine Grove or Loyalsock; Pine Grove or Northwest Fork; Pine Street, Southern District; Pipe Creek; Pittsburgh; Plainfield; Plumstead; Plymouth; Pocono; Potts or The Gap; Pottstown; Pottsville; Powelton Ave., see West Phila.; Preston or Northwest Fork; Providence, Delaware Co; Providence, Montgomery Co; Quakertown or Kingwood; Quakertown or Richland; Race Street; Radnor; Rahway; Rancocas; Randolph; Reading; Redstone and Westland; Richland at Quakertown; Ridge, Upper and Lower; Roaring Creek; Robeson; Romansville; Sadsbury; Salem, New Jersey; Salem, Ohio; Sandy Spring; Sassafras; Schuylkill; Shamokin or Bear Gap; Shrewsbury; Smith Creek; Snowhill, see Preston; Solebury, Hicksite; Solebury, Orthodox; Southern District; South Fork; Spencer's, Chester Co; Spencer's, see Horsham; Springfield, Bucks Co; Springfield, Delaware Co; Spruce Street, Southern District; Squan or Manasquan; Squankum; Stanton; State College; Stony Brook; Stroudsburg; Swarthmore; Third Haven at Easton; Topanemus; Trenton; Troy, New York; Tuckahoe; Tuckahoe Neck or Neck Meeting; Tuckerton or Little Egg Harbor; Tuscarora; Twelfth Street; Unionville, Chester Co; Unionville, see Center, Pa; Upper Dublin; Upper Evesham, see Medford; Upper Freehold; Upper Greenwich or Mickleton; Upper Penn's Neck, Podricktown [?]; Upper Springfield; Uwchlan; Valley; Vincentown; Warminster; Warrington; Washington, DC; Westbury; West Caln; West Chester; Westfield; West Grove; Westland and Redstone; West Nottingham; West Philadelphia; West Sadsbury; Westtown; Whiteland; Whitemarsh; Whitewater; Willistown; Wilmington; Winchester or Center; Woodbridge; Woodbury; Woodlawn; Woodstown or Pilesgrove; Woolwich or Mullica Hill; Wrightstown; Yardley; Yellow Breeches Creek, see Newberry; York.
Eminent Quakers included in this collection are: Levi K. Brown; William Burgess; John Comly; William U. Ditzler; George Fox; William Wade Griscom; Eliza Paul Gurney; Benjamin Hallowell; Jacob Hayes; Elias Hicks; Isaac H. Hillborn; Henry T. Hodgkin; Isaac T. Hopper; Sarah Hunt; John Jackson; Samuel M. Janney; Howard M. Jenkins; Jonathan Jenkins; William U. John; Samuel J. Levick; Mary S. Lippincott; Benjamin Lundy; Timothy Matlack; Lucretia Mott; William Penn; Aaron M. Powell; Louisa J. Roberts; Martha Schofield; J. Williams Thorne; Mary Emma Walter; Benjamin West; John M. Whitall; John G. Whittier; John Woolman.Physical Description
.3 cubic ft.1 box, stored with PA-002A
This collection consists of index cards of Friends meeting houses, burial grounds, non-Friends churches, family burial grounds, individual tombs, and individual homesteads. Each index card has a picture (sometimes a black and white photograph, sometimes a color drawing) accompanied by a short description.Physical Description
.1 cubic ft.1 box, stored with PA-002
This includes the following places: Arch Street; Arney's Mount; Bear Gap; Berkeley or Bullskin; Bird-in-Hand, Lancaster Co, PA; Burlington (Hicksite); Bush Creek; Byberry; Center; Cheltenham or Shoemaker; Chesterfield; Cropwell; Doylestown; East Branch; Elk Ridge; Elklands; Eveshan; Exeter; Fairfax; Fallsington; Fawcett's Gap; South Fifth St., Philadelphia (Free Quaker's Graveyard); Friendsville, Susquehanna Co; Gwynedd; Little Egg Harbor; Merion; Middletown; Moorestown; Mount Pleasant, Marlboro Va; New Hopewell; Oak Grove; Old Cohansey; Pikeland; Pilesgrove; Pipe Creek; Plumstead; Plymouth; Providence; 15th and Race Streets; Rancocas; Richland; Ridge; 19th Ave SE, St. Petersburg, FL; Salem; Salem (Hicksite); San Jose; Squan; Stony Brook; Seventh and Sarah Streets, Stroudsburg, PA; Third Haven; Trenton; Troy; Upper Dublin; Upper Springfield; Warrington; 1 [?] Street (Hicksite), Washington, DC; West Chester; Whitemarsh; Willistown; Woodstown (Orthodox); Woodstown (Orthodox); Wrightstown.
These include: Old Swedes Church; Pohick Church (attended by George Washington); St. Luke, Bustleton; St. Paul's Church, Fairview.
These include: Inskeep; Matlack.
These include: Blunston and Bethel memorials (Mt. Bethel); Kendal and Ann Coleb (St. Mary's Church, Colestown); Bayard Taylor (Longwood).
These include: Linthank homestead
This includes two very small albums concerning the Newton meeting house and graveyard in Camden, NJ. The photos are black and white and some have a short description.Physical Description
.14 cubic ft.1 box, stored with PA-005
This collection includes 14 interior and exterior snapshots of Quaker meetinghouses (and a couple of school buildings), mostly in the Philadelphia area, as well as other U.S. locations; indices, including lists of meetings with founding dates, lists of meetings having the name "Creek" in the name, and lists of meetings included in albums (likely those compiled by T. Chalkley Matlack); and several typed draft histories of meetinghouses, written by T. Chalkley Matlack for his albums. It also includes a few indices of photographs from other collections (Watson Dewees, Gilbert Cope).
This collection consists of a single album, mostly containing black and white postcards of meeting houses. Meeting houses depicted include: West Chester; Birmingham; Concordville; Wilmington; Upper Chichester; Darby; Goshen; Willistown; Swarthmore; Providence; Kennett Square; Kennett; New Garden; Prospect Avenue, West Grove; Harmony Road, West Grove; Friends Home; London Grove; Flatbush, Brooklyn; Old West Grove (Orthodox); Oxford; Concord; Exeter; Newtown; Marlboro; Chester; Lansdowne; Richland; Schuylkill; Green St, Philadelphia; Plymouth; Christiana; Fallowfield; Longwood; Old Philadelphia Friends Almshouse; King of Prussia; Caln; Doe Run; Main Street, Yerdley, PA; Mount Laurel; Old Manchester; Bradford; Moorestown; Solebury; Abington; Westbury (Hicksite); Malvern; Parkersville; Sixth and Noble St, Philadelphia; Orange St, Philadelphia; Frankford; Dolington; Prospect Avenue; Hallowell; New West Grove; Old Kennett; Buckingham; Uwchlan; Philadelphia; Norristown; Spruce St, Philadelphia; Race Street, Philadelphia; Valley; Gwynedd; Germantown; Merion; Radnor; Haverford; Wrightstown; Quakertown; Doylestown; Byberry; Horsham; Upper Dublin; Brick; Rutherford Place and Fifteenth St, NY; Fall Creek.Physical Description
.15 cubic ft.1 box; stored with PA-031 and PA-036
This collection includes photos of meeting houses mounted on card, along with a few negatives. These consist of the following:
Millbrook Orthodox meeting house; in pencil: about 1870; sticky note: Nine Partners M.M. (Orthodox);
Tillson Meeting house;
Neversink Meeting house;
Platekill [?] meeting house built in 1793, photo includes cemetery;
Smiths Clove (Woodbury) Meeting house;
Lafayette Place meeting house built in 1820. On back: Oblong 1764 (Quaker 1742);
Millbrook Nine Partner's Interior;
Nine Partner's Millbrook 1742. On back: Pok 1811, 1820, 1829, 1863, 1926;
Hudson School and Meeting house;
Clinton Corners Creek Meeting 1777;
Crum Elbow 1780; in pencil: Circa 1785-1810;
Pleasant Valley 1810;
Stanford 1800; in pencil: [1800 crossed out] 1829;
Clinton Corners Orthodox 1829;
Stanfordville; in pencil: 1800;
Arthorsberg; in pencil: 1809;
Oswego (Moors Mills) 1799; in pencil: about 1790;
Bulls Head; in pencil: 1955;
Clinton Dace 1740?Physical Description
.2 cubic ft.1 box
This collection is arranged in a single album of postcards. Most are black and white, but a few are in color. The included meeting houses are the following: Pennsdale; Bradford; Mount Holly; Old Manchester; London Grove; Old Kennett; Kennett Square; Germantown; Plainfield; Wrightstown; West Chester (Orthodox); Quakertown; Solebury; Race Street; Woodbury; Gwynedd; Radnor; Upper Chichester; Willistown; Swarthmore; Rutherford Place and Fifteenth Street; Medford; Fallsington (Hicksite); Bloomsburg; Dolington; Haverford; Catawissa; Buckingham; Christiana; Plainfield (Hicksite); Byberry; Orange Street; "The Quilting Party"; Jordans.Physical Description
.07 cubic ft.1 box, stored with PA-031 and PA-034
This collection is arranged in a single album, which consists of black and white photographs, mostly of the exteriors of meeting houses. These meeting houses include: Media; Providence; Newtown Square; Radnor; Haverford; Merion; Darby; Chester; Springfield; Middletown; Concord; Chichester; Willistown; Landsdowne; Swarthmore; Old Kennett; Old New Garden; Centre; London Grove; London Britain; New Garden; Birmingham; Marlborough; Malorne [?]; Whiteland; West Chester; West Grove; New West Grove; Old Birmingham; Bradford; Kennett Square; Romansville; East Caln; Unionville; Goshen; Birmingham; Fallowfield; East Sadsberry; Christiana; Old Sadsbury; Sadsbury; Oxford;' Uwchlan; Downingtown; various unidentified.Physical Description
.31 cubic ft.1 box, stored with PA-034 and PA-036
This collection contains colored Kodachrome slides of various meeting houses across the United States. There is a finding aid in the box indicating the slide number(s) for each meeting house. The meeting houses included are the following: Alloways Creek, NJ; Ashboro (NCF), NC; Back Creek, VA; Ballance, PA; Back Creek (NCF), NC; Bacliff, TX; Baltimore Yearly Meeting; Bart, PA; Bethel (NCF), NC; Bird-in-Hand, PA; Birmingham, PA; Octagon School (Birmingham, PA); Birmingham Meeting, PA; Blue River, IN; Bradford, PA; Bristol, PA; Broad Creek, MD; Buckingham, PA; Burlington, NJ; Byberry, Phila; East Cain, PA; Camden, DE; Cane Creek (NCF), NC; Carmel, OH; Cedar Grove (NCC), NC; Center, DE; Centre (NCF), NC; Centre, VA; Chesterfield, NJ; Chesterfield, OH; Chichester, PA; Clear Creek, IN; Cloverleaf, TX; Colora, MD; Concord, OH; Concord (NCF), NC; COncord, PA; Concord, PA, Arch St.; Coppock, NJ; Corinth, VA; Damascus, OH; Deep River (NCF), NC; Deer Creek, MD; "Derry" Doe Run, PA; Doylestown, PA; Drumore, PA; Dunning Creek, PA; Eastland, PA; East Nottingham, MD; Ellicott City, MD; Emerson, OH; Exeter, PA; Fall Creek, IN; Falls, PA (Hicksite); Falls, PA (Orthodox); Fallowfield, PA; Fairfax, VA; Fairhope, AL; Fawn Grove, MD; Fawn Grove, PA; Flushing, OH; Forest, MD; Friendsville, TN; Friendswood, KS; Goshen, PA; Goods Creek, VA; Green Plains, OH; Greenwich, NJ; Gunpowder, MD; Haverford, PA; High Falls, NC (NCF); Hockessin, DE; Holly Springs, NC (NCC); Holly Springs, NC (NCF); Homerville, PA; Hopewell, OH; Hopewell, VA; Houston, TX; Huntingdon, PA; Kennet, PA (H) Kennet, PA (O); Kennet, PA (new); Lancaster, PA; League City, TX; Liberty, NC; Little Britain, PA; Little Elk, PA; Little Falls, MD; Little Creek, DE; Little Creek, DE; London, Britten, PA; London Grove, PA Longwood, PA; Maiden Creek, PA; Malvern, PA (O); Mansfield, NJ; Marlboro, NC; Media, PA (H and O); Menallen, PA; Merion, PA; Miami, OH; Mickletown, NJ; Middlwtown, PA; Middleton, OH; Middletown, PA; Mill Creek, DE; Mt. Pleasant, OH; Mt. Holly, NJ; Mullica Hill, NJ; Newberry, PA; New Garden (NCF), NC; New Garden, OH; New Garden, PA (O); Newark, DE; New Orleans, LA; Newtown, PA; Odessa, DE; Old Gunpowder, MD; Old Haverford, PA; Old Kennet, PA (O); Old Kennett, PA; Oxford, PA; Penn's Grove, PA; Pensle Hill, PA; Pennsville (O); Pine Mountain, NC; Piney Woods, NC; Pipe Creek, MD; Plainfield, IN (C); Pleasantview, NC; Plumstead, PA; Plymouth, PA; Providence, NC; Quaker City, OH; Radnor, PA; Reading, PA; Richmond, OH; Robeson, PA; Romansville, PA; Old Sadsbury, PA; Salem, OH (H); Salem, OH (C); Salem, NJ; Sandy Springs, MD; Searville, NJ; Schuylkill, PA; Shortcreek, OH; Somerset, OH (C); Somerton, VA; Springfield, NC; Stanton, DE; Stillwater, OH; Stoney Brook, NJ; St. Petersburg, FL; Sugar Grove, IN; Yarmouth, MA; Texas City, TX; Third Haven, MD; Upper Providence, PA; Turtle Creek, OH; Uwchlan, PA; Virginia Beach, VA; Valley, PA; Warrington, PA; West Branch, Iowa; West Chester, PA (O); West Chester, PA (H); West Nottingham, MD; West Grove, OH; West Grove, NC; West Grove, PA (O); West Grove, PA (H); Westtown, PA; Whitewater, IN; Willistown, NJ; West Union, IN; Woodbury, NJ; Woodland, NC; Woodstown, NJ (H); Woodstown, NJ (O); Yardley, PA.Physical Description
0.2 cubic ft.2 folders, 1 box
This album contains black and white photographs and drawings of churches in Philadelphia and the surrounding areas. Many, though not all, of the images are accompanied by a typed page or two of notes on the history of the church. The volume includes Quaker meetinghouses as well as churches of other denominations.Physical Description
0.13 cubic ft.1 box, stored with PA-043
This collection consists of three albums, which primarily include photographs of meeting houses in New York Yearly Meeting and information about the meeting houses. There are also some meeting houses outside of New York Yearly Meeting, and some non-meetinghouses (such as the American Friends Service Committee, Pendle Hill, and Brooklyn Friends School). There is one album dedicated to New York Quarterly Meeting and Westbury Quarterly Meeting, one album dedicated to the rest of New York Yearly Meeting, and one album of other Quaker photos.Physical Description
.4 cubic ft.
This collection contains a number of Kodachrome color slides of meeting houses in Baltimore, New York, Philadelphia, Illinois, and Ohio Yearly Meetings. These include: Homerville; Kennett Square; London Grove; Christiana; Harmony Road, West Grove; Old Kennett; Sadsbury; Third Haven; Buckingham; Newtown, Bucks Co; Wrightstown; Gwynedd; Doylestown; Romansville; Marlboro; Birmingham; Bart; Plymouth; ?; Middletown; Westtown; Pennsgrove; Harmony Road, West Grove; Downingtown [?]; High Street, West Chester; Lehigh Valley; Lancaster; Longwood; Ballances Primitive; Fishertown; West Branch; ? Creek; Center, Winchester; State College; Half Moon (now Grange Hall); Gunpowder; Sandy Spring; Stony Run; Pipe Creek; York; Huntington; Warrington [?]; Florida Ave, Washington; Goose Creek; Woodlawn [?]; Hopewell; ?; Brick; West Nottingham; Drumore [?]; Oxford; ? Creek; Little Falls; Penn Hill; Little Elk; Eastland; Homewood, Baltimore; Bethel; Cornith, Va; Black Creek; Richmond, Va; Waterford; Summerton; Sedley, Va; ? (NYYM); Pasedena; Dawasens [Damascus?] OH; Barnesville; Western Conservative Plainfield (Sugar Grove); Short Creek; Plainfield Conservative; Bridgefort; Wilmington, Ohio; Selma, Ohio;; Clear Creek; Waynesville; Mt. Pleasant; Fall Creek; Watseka; First Friends Church; Western Yearly Meeting House; Earlham College; Quaker Hill.Physical Description
.062 cubic ft.1 box, stored with PA-007, PA-008, PA-009, and PA-009A
Part of the Edgar Zavitz Palmer Meeting House Research Papers, RG5/113. This collection consists of color slides of meeting houses in North America, Great Britain, and other foreign meeting houses.Physical Description
.11 cubic ft.1 box, stored with PA-040
These meeting houses consist of the following: Achilles, VA; Ackworth, IA; Albany, NY; Albia, IA; Alexandria, IN; Alum Creek, OH; Ararat, NC; Archdale, NC; Arch St., Phila, PA; Asboro, NC; Atlantic City, NJ; Austin, TX; Azusa, CA; Barberton, OH; Barclay, KS; Bear Creek, IA; Beaver Valley; Bell, CA; Beech Grove, OH; Benjaminville, IL; Berkeley, CA; Berlinville, OH; Bethany, NC; Bethel, KS; Bethel, NC; Bethel, IN; Birmingham, PA; Blue River, IN; Boise, ID; Brannon, NC; Bulls Head, NY; Burlington, VT; Brewster, OH; Broadview Hts, OH; Canby, IA; Carmel, IN; Cedar, IN; Cedar Creek, IA; Cedar Square, NC; Center, CO; Center, OH; Central City, NE; Centre, NC; Chappaqua, NY; Chatham, NC; Chester, PA; Chesterfield, OH; Chesterhill, OH; Chivington, OH; Cincinanati, OH; Cleveland, OH; Cold Springs, OK; Colorado Springs, CO; Columbus, OH; Columbia, OK; Community, OK; Concord, PA; Conscience Bay, NY; Convoy, OH; Cottonwood, KS; Cropwell, NJ; Cuba, OH; Deep Creek, NC; Deep River, NC; Deerfield, Ohio; Deer Trail, CO; Des Moines, IA; Detroit, MI; De Witt, AR; Dublin, OH; Economy, IN; East Bend, NC; East Hoosac, MA; East Lansing, MI; East RIchland, OH; Edward Hill, NC; Emporia, KS; Enid, OK; Eugene, OR; Fairborn, OH; Fall Creek, OH; Farmersburg, IN; Farrs Chapel, TN; Fort Wayne, IN; FOrbush, NC; FOwler, KS; Free Quaker, Phila, PA; Fresno, CA; Fulton Creek, OH; Galax, VA; Gardner, KS; Genoa Fords, NE; Georgetown, OH; Germantown, PA; Gilead, OH; Glen Falls, NY; Glenview, KS; Gray, IN; Greenwood, IA; Grenada Heights, Whittier, CA; Grinnell, IA; Gwynedd, PA; Haddonfield, NJ; Hadley, IN; Hancocks Bridge; Hardin's Creek, OH; Harmony Grove, NC; Hartland, IA; Hasty, CO; Haviland, KS; Hazel Dell, IN; Hemlock, IN; Hickory Creek, NC; Hickory Grove, IA; Hickory Hill; High Falls, NC; Highland, IN; Highland, OH; High Point, NC; High Point AFSC Headquarters, NC; Hinkle Creek, IN; Holly Springs, NC; Honey Creek, IA; Hopewell, IN; Hopewell IA; Hopewell, VA; Horsham, PA; Housatonic Meeting, New Bedford, CT; Houston, TX; Hudson, NY; Humrick, IL; Hunting Creek, NC; Hutchingson, KS; Illinois Grove, IA; Indianapolis, IN; Indianold, IA; Inglewood, CA; Iowa CIty, IA; Kansas City, MO; Kennett Square, PA; Kenton, OH; Kernersville, NC; Knightstown, IN; La Junta, CO; Lamong, IN; Langley Hill, VA; Las Animas, CO; Laura, OH; League City, TX; Liberal, KS; Liberty Chapel, OH; Lick Creek, IN; Lincoln, NE; Lincoln, VA (Goose Creek); Lindsay, CA; Lindsay Chapel, IN; Little Blue River, IN; Londonderry, OH; Lone Star, KS; Los Angeles, CA; Lost Creek, TN; Ludlow Falls, OH; Lynn, IN; Lynnville, IA; Marlboro, NC; Maryfield, OH; Madison, WI; Maple, KS; Maple Run, IN; Marion, IN; Maryville, Tenn; Marysville, OH; Mcauthor, AR; Medford, NJ; Mickleton, NJ; Middleton, OH; Midway City, CA; Milton, NY; Monkton Ridge, VT; Monroe, IN; Montobello, CA; Mount Ayr, KS; Mount Carmel, NC; Mount Carmel, OH; Mt. Pleasant, OH; Mt. Pleasant, VA; Mullica Hill, NJ; Nahunta, NC; Newberry, IN: New Hope, NC; New Point, VA; New Salem, IN; New Westville [?], OH; Norfolk, VA; North Lewisburg, OH; Northbranch, KS; Norwalk, CA; Oak Grove, IA; Oak Grove, TN; Oakland, NC; Oak Ridge, IN; Oklahoma City, OK; Omaha, NE; O? Blue River, IN; Orange Grove, Pasadena, CA; Ordway, CO; Oxford, PA; Parkersville, PA; Paoli, IN; Paullina, IA; Pennville, IN; Pecria, OH; Pasadena, CA (AFSC); Pilot Mountain NC; Back Benches Coffee House, Phila, PA; Pine Hill, NC; Pine Mountain, NC; Piney Woods, NC; Plainfield, IN; Plainfield, NC; Pleasant Valley, NE; Pleasant View, NC; Pomona, NC; Portland, OR; Oregon Yearly Meeting Headquarters, Portland, OR; Poughkeepsie, NY; Pratt, KS; Pringle, OR; Prosperity, NC; Providence, IN; Providence, NC; Putnam, NC; Randleman, NC; Randolph, IN; Raysville, IN; Reavis Town, VA; Reserve, IN: Rich Square, NC; Richland, IA; Richland, OH; Rockland Meeting, Blanvelt, NY; Rocky Hill, NC; Rocky River, NC; Rose Hill, KS; Rural, IN; Russianville, IN; Rye, NY; Sacremento, CA; Saint Mary's, OH; Salem, IN; Salem, IA; Salem, NJ; Salem, OH; Samantha, OH; San Antonio, TX; San Diego, CA; San Francisco, CA; Santa Fe, NM; Saratoga, NY; Saxapahaw, NC; Shannon, KS; Sheridan, IN; Shiloh, IN; Short Creek, OH; Smyrna, NY; Smyrna, IA; Smithfield, OH; Somerset, OH; Spring, NC; Springdale, OH; Springdale, IA; Springfield, OH; Springfield, PA; Staranger, IA; Stillwater, OH (Barnesville); Tangier, IN; Texas City, TX; Tillson, NY; Topeka, KN; Toronto, Ontario, Tucson, AZ; Twin Mound, KS; Unadilla, NY; Union Center, MD; Union Cross, NC; Union Hill, NC; Up River, NC; Urbana, IL; Vancover, BC; Vermillion, IN; VIenna, VA; Vilas, CO; Virginia Beach, VA; Waterford, VA; West Branch, IA; West Glendale, KS; West Grove, PA (New); West Grove, NC; West Grove, PA; West Liberty, IA; West Middleton, IN; Westfield, NJ; Westtown, PA; Wichita, KN; Wilmington, OH; Winchester, VA; Winona, OH; Winthrop, NC; Woodbury, NJ; Woodland, NC; Woodstown, NJ; Woolson, IA.
This file consists of the following: Bingley; Birmingham (George St); Birmingham (Moseley Rd); Bournville; Bridlington; Bromley; Chipping Norton; Cotteridge, Birmingham; Croydon; Doncaster; Ettington; Friends House, London; Friends International Centre, London; Harrogate; High Bentham; Jordans; Kirby Moorside; Low Bentham; Low Leighton; Malvern; Mount St. Manchester; Northfield, Birmingham; Oxford; Pontofract; Purley; Rawdon; Roundhay, Leeds; Scarborough; Scholes; Selly Oak, Birmingham; Settle; Skipton; Streatham, London; Sutton Coldfield; UHoxeter [?]; Wakefield Wallingford; York, Acon; York, Clifford St.
This file consists of the following: Beirut, Lebanon; Canberra; Chango [?]; El Modena; Johannesburg, South Africa; Kampala; Kitale; Lugari; Lugolo; Nairobi; Ndulu; New Wahroonga; Paris, France; Ramalla; Stockholm; Sydney; Vehiga; Vienna, Austria; Wahroonga.
This collection is part of RG5/006. It contains slides--some black and white, some colored--of meeting houses and other important Quaker sites in the United States and in England.Physical Description
0.2 cubic ft.2 folders, 1 box
The slides in this box include the following: Alloway's Creek MH, NJ; Tyler House on Alloway's Creek, NJ; Denn House on Alloway's Creek, NJ; Hancock's Bridge, NJ; Appoquinimink MH, Odessa, DE; Arch Street MH, Philadelphia; Barnesville O Yearly Meeting (Stillwater) Bird-in-Hand MH, PA; Birmingham MH, PA; Birmingham orthodox MH, PA; Birmingham school house; Bradford MH, Marshallton, PA; Caesar's Creek MH, OH; Caln MH, PA; Cambridge MH, MA; Chester MH, PA, Arch St.; Copany MH, NJ; Crosswicks MH, NJ; Cumberland MH, NJ; Darby MH, PA; Dover MH, OH; Percy Green Garden, near Dovr MH; Durham MH, NC; Elklands MH, PA; Exeter MH, PA; Florida Ave MH, Washington DC; GOshen MH, PA; Greenwich, NJ: Sheppard-Holmes house; Greenwich, NJ: George B. Wood residence; Haddonfield MH, NJ, Arch St.; Haddenfield MH, NJ, Race St; Haddonfield Friends School, NJ, Arch St; Old Kennet MH; Lansdowne MH, PA, Arch St.; Lansdowne MH, with school; London Grove mH, Race St; Lynn MH, MA; Merion MH, PA, Race St; Middletown MH, PA, Arch St; Middleton MH, OH; Lake Mohouk, NY; Lake Mohouk MH, NY; Lake Mohouk conference 1958; Moorestown MH, NJ, Race St; Mt. Holly MH, NJ, Race St; Mullica Hill MH, NJ; Orlando MH, FL; Pennsbury Manor; Radnor MH, PA; Richland MH, PA; Sadsbury MH, PA, Race St; St. Petersburg MH, FL; Salem MH, NJ, Race St; Sandy Spring MH, MD (Hicksite); Seattle MH, WA; Seaville MH, NJ; Somerton MH, VA; Springfield MH, PA; Stoneybrook MH, NJ; Sturbridge MH, New England; Third Haven MH, MD; Turtle Creek MH, OH; Twelfth Street MH, PA; Waynesville MH, OH; Westtown MH, PA; Woodstown MH, NJ.
The slides in this box include the following: Ackworth; Adderbury MH, Oxfordshire; Airton MH, Yorkshire; All Hallows Church, London; Almeley Wooten MH, Hereford; Armscote MH, Warwickshire; Bessbrook, N. Ireland; Bessbrook Mill, N. Ireland; Bewdley MH, Worcestershire; Birmingham MH; Blue Idol MH, Sussex; Brant Boughton MH, Lincolnshire; Brigflatts MH, Yorkshire; Burford MH, Oxfordshire; Burford, shop of Roger Warnder; Roger Clark pictures (with family); Bancroft Clark family; Roger Clark house, street, Somerset; Camsgill, Home of John Comm; Capel MH, Surrey; Cirencester MH; Colthouse MH, Lancastershire; Dublin MH, Ireland; Eltington MH, Warwickshire; Farfield MH, Yorkshire; Fenny Drayton; Firbank Fell; Fox memorials; Friends House, London; Fritchley Mtg; Henry and Lucy Gillett; Glastonbury Abbey, Abbot's Kitchen; Golder's Green MH; Grange MH, Ireland; Caroline Graveson; Height MH; Hertford MH; Muriel Hicks; Horsham MH, Sussex; Ifield MH, Sussex; Jordans MH, Bucks; Jordans Hostel Garden; Youth Hostel; Jordans, one act plays; Chalfont St. Giles, Milton's home; Kinmuck MH, Aberdeenshire; Lancaster MH; Lancaster Castle; Lancaster Cathedral; Leek MH; Hubert Lidbetter; Lincoln; Lisburn School, Ireland; Long Sutton MH, Somerset; Marazion MH, Cornwall; Mosedale MH, Cumberland; Moyallen MH, Ireland; Nailsworth MH, Gloucestershire; Newcastle MH; Norton MH, Durham; Painswick MH; Pales MH, Radnorshire; Pales quarry; Pendle Hill Lancashire; Penketh MH, Lancashire; Penn Club, London; Penrith MH, Cumberland; Portishead MH, Somerset; Rawdon MH, Somerset; Isabell Ross garden, Lancashire; St. Helens, Lancashire; Settle MH, Yorkshire; Skipton MH, Yorkshire; Spiceland MH, Devon; Steyning MH, Sussex; Residence near Steyming MH; Stourbridge MH, Staffordshire; Sunbrick Friends Burial Ground; Swarthmore Hall, England; Swarthmoor, England; Ulverston CHurch; Warwick MH; Warwick Castle; Margaret Wharton; Cuthbert Wigham; Woodbrook School; Cadbury Works, near Woodbrooke; Woolamn; Yealand Conyers, Lancashire.
This collection contains color Kodachrome transparency slides of the following meeting houses: Springfield; Landsdowne (Arch); Bart; Radnor; Middletown (Arch); Old Haverford; Chester; Gwynedd; Richland; Eason; Greene Street; Goshen; Old Sadsbury; Valley; unidentified; Old Kennett; Coulter Street; Uwchlan; Concordville.Physical Description
.062 cubic ft.1 box, stored with PA-007, PA-008A, PA-009, and PA-009A
Color slides of Quaker meeting houses: Atlantic City F. Meeting; Buckingham Friends Meeting; Buckingham Friends Meeting; Camden, Delaware; Friends Meeting; Camden, Delaware; Friends Meeting; Centerville, Delaware; Meeting House; Concordville, PA; Downingtown Meeting; Downingtown Meeting; Doylestown Friends Meeting; Doylestown Friends Meeting; East Nottingham Meeting Sign; Nottingham, PA; East Nottingham Meeting; Nottingham, PA; East Nottingham Meeting; Nottingham, PA; Exeter Friends Meeting Marker; Exeter Friends Meeting; Exeter Friends Meeting; Goshen, Goshenville, PA; Goshen, Goshenville, PA; Greenwich, N.J; Meeting House; Greenwich, N.J; Meeting House; Greenwich, N.J; Orth. Friends Meeting House; Greenwich, N.J; Orth. Friends Meeting House; Gwynedd, North Wales, PA; Gwynedd, North Wales, PA; Harrisburg Friends Meeting Dedication; Harrisburg Friends Meeting Dedication; Harrisburg Friends Meeting Dedication; Harrisburg Friends Meeting Dedication; "One square foot of sod"—Penna Meetings; Harrisburg Friends Meeting Dedication; Springfield Meeting Sod; Harrisburg Friends Meeting Dedication; Sod in place; Ithaca Friends Meeting; held in this building of Cornell University; Lancaster, PA Friends Meeting; Lancaster, PA Friends Meeting; Lansdowne, PA; London Grove Meeting; London Grove Meeting; Stuart and Penn Oak—London Grove; Penn Oak—London Grove; Penn Oak—London Grove; Makefield Friends Meeting; Makefield Friends Meeting; Marlborough Friends Meeting; Sign for Marlborough Friends Meeting; Media Meeting 3 rd Street; Media Meeting 3 rd Street; Middletown Meeting; Middletown Meeting; Middletown, Bucks Co., Lancaster. PA; Mullica Hill, N.J. Meeting House from 1808; Mullica Hill, N.J. Meeting House; New Garden Friends Meeting; New Garden Friends Meeting; Sign for New Garden Friends Meeting; Newtown Friends Meeting, Bucks County; Newtown Friends Meeting, Bucks County; Newtown Friends Meeting, Bucks County; Parkesburg Friends Meeting, PA; Parkesburg Friends Meeting, PA; Parkesburg Friends Meeting, PA; Parkesburg Friends Meeting, PA; Parkesburg Friends Meeting, PA; Pennsdale Meeting; Sign for Pennsdale Meeting Muncy Monthly; Pennsdale Meeting Fossile Park in Mtg Walls; 4 th and Arch Meeting; 4 th and Arch Meeting; Plymouth Meeting, PA; Plymouth Meeting, PA; Providence, Media, PA; Providence, Media, PA; Radnor, PA; Radnor, PA; Romansville Meeting; Romansville Meeting; Sign for Romansville Meeting; Sadsbury Friends Meeting—1903, Christiana, PA; Sadsbury Friends Meeting, Christiana, PA; Old Sadsbury Friends Meeting, Christiana, PA; Old Sadsbury Meeting, Christiana, PA; Misc. Springfield Box 17-86; No info [might be part of Misc. Springfield Box]; No info [might be part of Misc. Springfield Box]; No info [might be part of Misc. Springfield Box]; #17 S.M. New Building; No info [might be part of Misc. Springfield Box]; #12 S.M. New Building; No info [might be part of Misc. Springfield Box]; No info [might be part of Misc. Springfield Box]; No info [might be part of Misc. Springfield Box]; No info [might be part of Misc. Springfield Box]; Stony Brook Meeting; Sign for Stony Brook Meeting; Stony Brook Meeting; Sign for Cambridge, MD—Third Haven Friends Meeting; Cambridge, MD—Third Haven Friends Meeting; Cambridge, MD—School at Third Haven Friends Meeting; Cambridge, MD—Third Haven Friends Meeting; Cambridge, MD—Third Haven Friends Meeting; Valley Friends Meeting, Valley Forge, PA; Valley Friends Meeting, Valley Forge, PA; Warrington Friends Meeting—Built in 1769; York County, PA; Warrington Friends Meeting—Built in 1769; York County, PA; High Street, West Chester, PA; New West Grove Meetings; New West Grove Meetings; Sign for New West Grove Meetings—founded in 1831; Willistown Meeting; Willistown Meeting; Wilmington Friends Meeting, Delaware; Wilmington Friends Meeting, Delaware; Wrightstown Friends Meeting; Wrightstown Friends Meeting; Sign for Wrightstown Friends Meeting; Yardley Friends Meeting; Yardley Friends Meeting
Three black and white snapshots: Henry and Dorothy Forsythe, Couple standing together taken at Springfield Meeting; HWF [Henry W. Forsythe]--Groundbreaking for addition to Springfield Meeting—Note shovel against the wall. HWF next to post; Group photo of crowdPhysical Description
.3 cubic ft.1 box; housed with PA161, PA162, and PA165.
This collection of "Miscellaneous coloured prints of Friends meeting houses and other objects of interest" includes pen and ink drawings on onion skin paper and color prints. The meeting house drawings sometimes include inset drawings (e.g. architectural details, meeting benches, etc.), maps, and/or short historical/explanatory text notes.
Meeting houses include: Charles Street, Cardiff; Dolgun Dolgelly, North Wales; Dolgaradog, Machynlleth; Milfordhaven (Priority Street); Hereford (King Street); Leek, Straffordshire; Neath, Wales; Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire; Stafford; Tref-Yr-Hyg, Llantrisant, Morganwyg; Quaker's Yard, Glamorganshire; Swansea; Tyn-Y-Graig, Llanbradach; Uttoxeter, Straffordshire; Yr Hen Dy, Bryn Mawr, Dolgellan, MeirionPhysical Description
.02 cubic ft.1 album; stored in a box with PA-17 and PA-020