T. Atkinson Jenkins Research for Friends World Conference (London, 1920)
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T. Atkinson Jenkins (Thomas Atkinson) was born May 24, 1868, the son of Howard Malcolm and Mary Anna (Atkinson) Jenkins. He graduated from Swarthmore College in 1887, received a degree from the University of Pennsylvania in 188, and a Ph.D. from Johns Hopkins in 1894. He married Marian Magill in 1894. He was a professor emeritus at the University of Chicago and died March 24, 1935, at Berkeley, California.
This collection contains chiefly correspondence, questionnaires, notes, clippings, and other papers, relating to Jenkins's collection of information on Friends' attitudes to the Mexican and Civil wars, information which was designed to be part of the reassessment of the Quaker peace testimony in preparation for the first Friends World Conference (London, 1920). Also includes bibliography of Jenkins' writings on French language and literature.
Donor: Unknown, before 1940
Stored in Record Group 5.
- Congresses and conventions -- Great Britain
- French language -- Bibliography
- French literature -- Bibliography
- Peace -- Religious aspects -- Society of Friends
- Quakers -- United States
- Congresses and conventions -- England -- London
- Mexican War, 1846-1848 -- Religious aspects
- Society of Friends -- United States
- Society of Friends -- History
- Society of Friends -- Congresses
- Friends Historical Library of Swarthmore College
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- FHL staff
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- Access Restrictions
Collection is open for research.
- Use Restrictions
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