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Hartshorne Family Papers, 1797-1957


Ms. Coll. 1030
ca. 2,298 items (12 boxes)

Box 5 | Table of contents | Summary | Box 1 | Box 1a | Box 2 | Box 3 | Box 4 | Box 5 | Box 6 | Box 7 | Box 8 | Box 9 | Box 10 | Box 11 | Box 12 | Photographs and genealogical information

  1. Letters from Japan, 1893-1894. 23 items. Mostly printed, clipped from Friends Review.
    1. 2 carbon copies of typed transcript (One with pictures, fastened together as a book)
    2. 3 notices of lectures by H.H.
  2. Reviews of Books. 9 items.
  3. Prose pieces by Henry Hartshorne, ms. 13 items.
    (Include Journal of trip to Niagara Falls and Catskill Mts., July, 1840)
  4. Poems, ms. 45 items. (See also Box 7, N-II)  
  5. Legal and financial papers, including bank book, while in Japan. 14 items.  
  6. Printed items, poetry and prose, by H. H. 21 items.  
  7. Poem, "The Evening Star," by Joseph John Gurney. Holograph ms.  
  8. Petition for establishment of Haverford School (later College), 1830
    [ms., addressed to Dr. Joseph Hartshorne, father of Henry]
  9. Sermon by Thomas Colley, presented May 8, 1787. (ms.)

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  1. Glass slides from H. H.'s lectures. 13 items. (in 2 packages)
  2. Memorabilia. 40 items. (See list in folder)
  3. Pictures. 19 items.

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N. Biographical and Religious Papers:

  1. Obituary notice of Henry Hartshorne, A.M., M.D., LL.D., by J. Cheston Morris, M. D.(Pamphlet, 12 p., read before the American Philosophical Society, Oct. 19, 1900)
  2. Early papers and verses.
    1. Dated, 10 items, 1840-1869.
    2. Undated, 10 items.
    3. Biographical and autobiographical material:
      • Folder 1, 18 items, including papers relating to H.H.'s service as a surgeon during the Civil War, chiefly at Gettysburg, 1863.
      • Folder 2, 118 items, chronologically arranged, including material on Howland School, 1875-78, Friends Review, etc. [ca. l843] - 1894.
  3. Added biographical material supplied by Richard Hartshorne, Jan. 1975

Box 8 | Table of contents | Summary | Box 1 | Box 1a | Box 2 | Box 3 | Box 4 | Box 5 | Box 6 | Box 7 | Box 8 | Box 9 | Box 10 | Box 11 | Box 12 | Photographs and genealogical information

N. Biographical and Religious Papers, cont.:

  1. Society of Friends, articles and clippings concerning it. 11 items.
  2. Notes, Bible lessons, sermons, etc., mostly by H. H. (largely while in Japan, some in Japanese) 37 items.

O. Papers concerning Medical, and Public Interests:

  1. Philadelphia College of Medicine 13 items, 1854-1859.
  2. Pennsylvania College of Medicine. 25 items, 1859-1867.
  3. Women's Medical College, and Medical Education for Women, 36 items, ca. 1857-1893.
  4. Public Questions: Civil War, Municipal Reform, etc., 36 items, 1861-91.

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O. Medical and Public Interests, cont.:

  1. Public Health: Water, sanitation, quarantine, infant mortality, etc. 34 items, 1871-1893.
  2. Girls' High School (H. H. on faculty) 20 items, 1864-1867.

P. Medical Papers:

  1. Medical correspondence: Requests for lectures, books, reviews, etc., expressions of appreciation. 65 items, ca. 1847-1896.
  2. Papers re Medical Books by H. H.: Memoranda Medica, Essentials of Practice, Conspectus..., Household Manual, etc. 54 items, 1860-95.
  3. Medical Writings, correspondence, etc., re: Glycerine, Cholera, Pneumonia, Yellow fever, etc. 71 items, 1857-1895.

Box 10 | Table of contents | Summary | Box 1 | Box 1a | Box 2 | Box 3 | Box 4 | Box 5 | Box 6 | Box 7 | Box 8 | Box 9 | Box 10 | Box 11 | Box 12 | Photographs and genealogical information

Q. Letters to him, from persons other than members of his family
(Alphabetically arranged, by authors)

  1. [ ], Brooklyn, N.Y., 12mo. 14, 1886, + Haddonfield, N.J., 1876.
  2. Allinson, Francis G. Baltimore [n.d.] Re: Bertram the Prince.
  3. Allinson, Rebecca. Burlington, 2mo. 19 [n.d.] and 11mo. 5, 1878, [Wants to send her daughter Gertrude to H. H.'s school]
  4. Alsop, D G Haverford College, Pa. 11mo. 26, 1888, and 12mo. 14, 1889, [Asks him to give review of year, for Lyceum program] 2 items.
  5. Alsop, W S , M.D. Fredericksburg, Va., March 10, 1880, and Sept. 3, 1881. [Urges him to publish a 5th. edition of The Essentials of Practice of Medicine] 2 items.
  6. Ames, Azel, Jr., secy. American Public Health Assoc. Boston, Jan. 18, 1881. [Concerns agenda for next meeting of Assoc.]
  7. Applegarth, A[lbert] C. Johns Hopkins U., Baltimore, Md., Feb. 25, Nov. 17, 1888, and [n.d.] 3 items.
  8. Appleton, D. & Co. New York, Aug. 11-14, 1885. 2 items.
  9. Atkinson, J G , M.D. Oak Hill, St. James, Charlotte Cty., New Brunswick, Canada, Jan. 2-24, 1882. 2 items. [Asks and receives his help in settling argument about human brain]
  10. Auroux, Dr. (in French) Paris, June 10, 1871, [Concerns order from H. H. for materials on anatomy, to use at Haverford College]
  11. Austin, Samuel. Providence, 8mo. 18, 1882. [Tells of withdrawal of financial support of Friends Review by the Trustees of 0. Brown's Benevolent Fund; says several individual Friends also dropping subscriptions]
  12. Baily, Albert L. Phila., Mar. 27, 1895. [Thanks for poem]
  13. Baily, Joshua L. [Phila.] 12mo. 6, 1875. [Praises editorial in Friends Review; wants to pay to have enough copies printed for all Friends in Phila.]
  14. Bailey, William L. Thorndale, Pa., 12mo. 20, 1884 - 1mo. 19, 1885. 2 items. [Takes issue with doctrine in Friends Review]
  15. Baird, Charles W. [to Edward L. Scull. Phila.] Rye, N.Y., Nov. 11, 1880.
  16. Baker, W. C., Phila. College of Pharmacy. Phila., March 17, 1879.[Asks advice about healthfulness of using swamp earth to make top soil]
  17. Balderston, M Phila., 5mo. 14 [n.d.]
  18. Barton, George A. Boston, 8mo. 25, 1890, and 7mo. 11, 1896. [1896 letter gives lengthy analysis of ideas in H. H.'s lecture, "Christianity and Problems of Modern Thought."]
  19. Bean, Joel. 6 items, West Branch, Iowa, and elsewhere, 1874-1889. [Letter of 7mo. 25, 1874, praises editorials in Friends Review; letter of 6mo. 16, 1880, discusses points where their theological ideas differ (mainly on salvation)]
  20. Beck, Mary G. Brighton, Eng., 7mo. 25, 1887 -10mo. 12, 1889. 2 items.
  21. Bettle, Henry. Phila., 10mo. 29, 1883.
  22. Billings, J. G., pres. Amer. Public Health Assoc. Washington, Dec. 20, 1879 - March 4, 1880. 4 items. [Discusses sanitary legislation before U.S. Congress]
  23. Blakiston, P[resley] Phila., March 11, 1880.
  24. Bodley, Rachel L., Dean, Women's Medical College of Pa. Phila., Sept. 7, 1881.
  25. Bower, E R , Lincoln University, Chester Co., Pa., Sept. 23, 1872. [Notifies of appointment to faculty]
  26. Braithwaite, Anna. Kendal, 7mo. 10-25, 1859. 2 items.
  27. Braithwaite, J[oseph] B[evan] [London?] 1885-1895. 4 items.
  28. Brookes, John St. C. Washington, D.C., Oct. 5 - Nov. 14, 1882. 2 items [Asks and gets power of attorney to act for H. H. in French spoliation claim]
  29. Brown, T[homas] W[istar] Phila., 12mo. 28, 1885 - 7mo. 1, 1890. 5 items. [Discusses financial condition of Friends Review]
  30. Brown, Edward. [n.p.] 7mo. 25, 1847.
  31. Budge, Frances Anne. Truro, Cornwall, 3mo. 31 - 4mo. 11, 1875. 2 items.
  32. Budge, Jane. London, Exeter, and Plymouth, Jan. 26, 1884 - 6mo. 12, 1895 10 items. [Speaks of Wm. Edward Forster; thanks for poem and pamphlet sent her; discusses increase of ritualism in religious bodies]
  33. Burk, Jesse G., secy. U. of Penna. [Phila.] Oct. 8, 1884.
  34. Bullock, John. Phila., 5mo. 6, 1878. [Asks for educational news from Howland School, and articles for publication in a Quaker educational journal]
  35. Cadbury, Rebecca W. West Whiteland P.O., Chester Co., Pa. [n.d.] [Written to H. H. in Japan]
  36. Cadbury, Richard. Phila., 12mo. 11, 1881 - 9mo. 3, 1890. [Discusses future of Friends Review]
  37. Cadbury, Sarah. [n.p.] 1mo. 20, 1885.
  38. Carlisle, Irwin C., M.D. Glenville, Ohio, Dec. 25, 1886. [Asks about new edition of Medical Conspectus]
  39. Carson, Hampton L. Phila., Sept. 5, 1883.
  40. Cartland, Gertrude. Newburyport [Mass.] 2mo. 24, 1891. [Recommends article by Charles Brady, in Friends' Examiner, on the Pastoral question, for republication in Friends Review] Also, 2 items, 1886.
  41. Cartland, Joseph. Newburyport, Mass., 8mo. 24, 1882. [Explains reasons for not renewing subscription to Friends Review]
  42. Castle, Dr. F. A. (of Wm. Wood & Co., publishers) New York, Nov. 8, 1879 - March 13, 1880. 2 items. [Concern publication of book]
  43. The Century Magazine. New York, 7mo. 9, 1886. [Rejection slip]
  44. Chappell, D. Aoyama, Japan (Tokyo) April 2, 1896. [Discusses Pacifism]
  45. Chase, Pliny E. Haverford College, 9mo. 24, 1886.
  46. Chase, Thomas. Haverford College, Pa., 6mo. 25, 1881, + Providence, 12/26/89 [Praises article in Fr. Rev., on Early Church]
  47. Clark, D[ugan] Cleveland, 9mo. 10, 1883. [Defends his own position and views on Quaker doctrines - paid ministry, etc.]
  48. [Clark?] Thomas. Grafton, Ontario, 3mo. 12, 1885. [Concerns David B. Updegraff; quotes from him, repudiating doctrine of inner light]
  49. Clendinen, A. [M.D.?] Fort Lee, N.J., Feb. 26 - March 30, 1879. [Asks information on control of yellow fever, to include in Report for annual meeting of N.J. State Medical Society] 2 items.
  50. Coates, Harper H. Tokyo, Dec. 16, 1893. [Asks what subject he will speak on at Tabernacle service, Dec. 24]
  51. Coates, Isaac T., M.D. Pueblo, Calif., Oct. 8, 1879. [Asks H.H. to put lots of prescriptions in his new edition of Reynold's System of Medicine, and to bring out a new edition of his own Essentials of Medicine]
  52. Cohn, C. L., Pennsylvania Germicide Co. Phila., May 6, 1886. [Invites him to speak at Sanitary Convention, on chemical purifying of house drains] Also, New York, May 21, 1886. 2 items.
  53. Comfort, Howard. Phila., 2mo. 18, 1887 - 5mo. 22. 1890. 5 items.
  54. Comstock, Elizabeth. Union Springs, N.Y., 7mo. 15 - 28, 1889. 2 items. [Discusses his book, The Household Physician, and her asthma]
  55. Cope, Alexis T. Haverford College, June 8, 1868 - Overbrook, July 14 1868. [Requests, and thanks for, farewell address to Class of 1868] 2 items.
  56. Cope, Edward D. Haddonfield, 12mo. 22, 1873. [Concerns Creation and Evolution]
  57. Cope, Francis R. Phila., ca. 1864-1887. 15 items. [Letter of 12mo. 13, 1869, discusses religious life at Haverford; letter in 1882 discusses alcoholism of Thomas [Brown]; file here includes one penciled draft of a reply from H.H., dated 11mo. 14, 1869]
  58. Cope, Thomas P[im], Jr. Germantown, 10mo. 1 - 12mo. 15, 1888. 3 items.
  59. Cowger, E. F., M.D. Riverton, Iowa, Jan. 26 - Feb. 18, 1884. [Discusses scarlet fever]
  60. Da Costa, I. M., M.D. [Phila.] Nov. 13. [Concerns appointment of successor to deceased physiology professor at U. of Penna. Med. School]
  61. Dillingham, John H. Phila., 4mo. 24, 1886 - 1mo. 28, 1893. 4 items.
  62. Doane, William Croswell. Burlington, Feb. 7, 1862. [Discusses evolution]
  63. Dodd, William. New York, Dec. 23, 1889 (with enclosure) [Rejection slip for Bertram the Prince]
  64. Dorland, John T., Jr. Brooklyn, 3mo. 8, 1885. [Speaks of D. B. Updegraff; urges Friends Review to take moderate position, to help unify, rather than divide Eastern and Western Meetings]
  65. Douglas, J. H., gen. supt. Iowa Yearly Meeting. Des Moines, Iowa, 2mo.10, 1887 - 11mo. 12, 1888. 3 items. [Defends Iowa Y.M. pastoral system against remarks of Friends Review]
  66. Douglas, J. H. Wilmington, Ohio, 5mo. 5, 1884. [Defends himself, and his work as a Friends' minister, also David [Dougan?] Clark and D. B.Updegraff]
  67. Du Bois, Patterson, ed. The Sunday School Times. Phila., June 20, 1895 - March 7, 1896. 3 items. [Requests and accepts articles on Japan for the paper]
  68. Dulles, Charles W. [Phila] March 31, 1884. [Inquires about his advocacy of use of chloroform in treating hydrophobia]
  69. Dymond, Charles William. Bath. Eng., 6mo. 27, 1890.
  70. Dymond, J. I. Ilkley [Eng.] 3mo. 31 - 5mo. 11, 1885. 2 items. [Discusses pamphlet, "A Reasonable Faith," (written by D.B. U., et al?) and the Society's reaction to it]
  71. Eddy, George H. Glens Falls, N.Y., 9mo. 21, 1891 - 1mo. 30, 1893. 3 items, including copy of answer from H.H., 8mo. 12, 1892. [Disagreement over article submitted to Friends Review by Eddy, and other matters]
  72. Emlen, Samuel. Germantown, 5mo. 7, 1876 - 4mo. 23, [1886] 6 items, 1 encl. [Discuss theological matters, state of Phila. Y.M., etc.]
  73. Elkinton, Joseph S. Phila., 2mo. 28 - 7mo. 3, 1895. 2 items.
  74. Emmott, Elizabeth B[raithwaite] Nantucket, Mass., July 8-12, 1895. 2 items.
  75. Fenn, C. M., M.D. San Diego, Jan. 24, 1880.
  76. Forbes, Sam. Harrisburg, Mar. 5, 1867. [Concern Anatomy Bill they hope to pass in Legislature]
  77. Forsythe, D. H. Germantown, 11mo. 21 - 26, 1887. 2 items.
  78. Foulke, W. P[arker] Haddonfiled, Nov. 7, 1858.
  79. Fox, Samuel T. Phila., March 28, 1884.
  80. Fraley F , pres. Amer. Philosophical Soc. Phila., Jan. 5, 1895.
  81. French, Anna. Cleveland, Ohio, 12mo. 13, 1892. [Asks advice on choosing an edition of the Bible]
  82. Garrett, Isaac P., member Penna. House of Representatives. Harrisburg, Pa., 2mo. 12, 1889.
  83. Garrett, John B. Phila, and Rosemont, Pa., 1876-1890. 12 items.[Letter of 7mo. 24, 1883, comments on H.H.'s Richmond address,"The Question of Today...;" discusses doctrinal differences between Friends and other religious bodies; urges tolerance of other people's beliefs]
  84. Garrett, Martha H. [Germantown] 8mo. 11, 1882 - 8mo. 28, 1885. 3 items.
  85. Garrett, Philip C. Germantown, Phila., and Riverside, Cal., 1880 -1893. 8 items. [Letter of 11mo. 16, 1880, dodges H.H.'s question about a place on the Bryn Mawr faculty or as its president]
  86. Garrigues, John H. Phila., 9mo. 25, 1882 - 4mo. 11, 1883. 2 items.
  87. Garrison, W[illiam] L[loyd] New York, Aug. 19, 1889.
  88. Garst, Laura de Lany, et al. [n.p., n.d.] [Invitation to speak at Sunday School]
  89. Gates, Merrill E. New Brunswick, N.J., and Amherst, Mass., Mar. 24, 1889 - Jan. 23, 1893. [Expresses appreciation of his poetry; regrets that his resolutions could not be made use of, in platform of (Mohonk?) Conference]
  90. Gerhard, George S., M.D. Ardmore, Aug. 8 [1881] [Replies to H.H.'s suggestions about treatment of Edward and Charles Hartshorne]
  91. Gifford, Seth K. Haverford College, Pa., 3mo. 15, 1889. [Thanks him for Alumni poem]
  92. Gill, Theodore, secy. Section B, Amer. Assoc. for the Advancement of Science. Troy, N.Y., Aug., 1870.
  93. Girard College. [Phila.] Feb. 7 - Mar. 10, 1871. 2 items. [Offers him chairmanship of Dept. of Natural History; confirms appointment]
  94. Goddard, Henry H. Damascus, Ohio, Oct. 9, 1890.
  95. Gray, Dr. E. W., ed. The Herald of Health. Bloomington, Ill., Dec. 1-10, 1880. 2 items. [Concern heating and ventilation. H.H. had idea of steam pipes in walls and floors]
  96. Greene, Charles W. New York, June 8, 1874. [Wants to arrange an LL.D. from Haverford for Dr. Krauth of Phila.]
  97. Greene, Dr. D.C. Ichigaya, Nakano Cho, Japan, Mar. 19, 1896.
  98. Grellet, Rachel (daughter of Stephen) Burlington, N.J., 11mo. 5-17, 1888. 2 items.
  99. Gummere, Francis B. Haverford College, 1889-1895. 5 items.
  100. Gummey, J. M. & Sons, real estate brokers. Phila., July 9, 1880 -June 29, 1882. 4 items. [Concern terms for renting house]
  101. Gurney, E[liza] P. West Hill, 9mo. 25, 1878.
  102. Haight, John B., M.D. Cincinnati, Ohio, April 17, 1883. [Concerns hydrophobia]
  103. Haines, M. W. Cheltenham, 6mo. 19, 1878. [Concerns Howland School; suggests merger with Bryn Mawr, when Bryn Mawr opens] Also, letter, Cheltenham, Pa., 1mo. 30, 1895.
  104. Haines, Reuben. Germantown, Oct. 10, 1889, and Phila., Oct. 18, 1889. 2 items. [Discusses filtering of Germantown water]
  105. Hamilton, George, M.D. [n.p.] June 26, 1875.
  106. Hamilton, W., of Franklin Institute. Phila., June 30, 1858. [Receipt for membership fee]
  107. Harlow, Lewis D. M.D. Chattanooga, Tenn., and Phila., 1863-1880. 4 items. [Tells of work as surgeon in Civil War; asks extension of payment on bill owed to H.H.; requests medical consultation]
  108. Harper Brothers, publishers. New York, Aug. 26, 1884 - Jan. 19, 1885. 3 items. [Re ms. of H.H.'s book on Anatomy, Physiology, and Hygiene]
  109. Harris, Helen B. Haverford, Pa., 1mo. 23 - 10mo. 23, 1888, Brumana, Syria. 4 items. [Describes situation in Syria, 10mo., 1888]
  110. Harris, J. Rendel. Farmington, N. Y., Mar. 14, 1882 - [n.p.] 8mo. 12, 1890. [1882 letter discusses baptism]
  111. Hayden, F. V. Julesburg, Colo., Oct. 10, 1867. [Describes life and conditions on Western frontier]
  112. Hays, J. Minis, ed. The Medical News (later The Amer. Journal of the Medical Sciences) Phila., 1881-1890. 10 items.
  113. Heath, D. C. & Co., publishers. Boston, 9mo. 21, 1885 - Dec. 27,1886. 12 items (including 1 enclosure) [Concern ms. of his book on Physiology and Hygiene, which they rejected]
  114. Henley, James. Glen Elder, Kansas, 1mo. 12 - 2mo. 19, 1893. 3 items including copy of an answer by H.H., Phila., 1mo. 20, 1893. [Discuss unhealthy state of Society of Friends, both in Phila. and the West, and what can be done about it]
  115. Hicks, J. L., M.D. Flushing, March 4, 1884. [Discusses treatment of hernia]
  116. Hilles, Samuel Eli. Cincinnati, 1888-1893. 3 items.
  117. Hobbs, B. C. Bloomingdale [Ind.] 1876-1888. 5 items. [Discusses doctrine of the Second Coming of Christ, paid pastorates for Quaker Meetings, etc.]
  118. Hobbs, Lewis Lyndon. New Garden and Guilford College, N.C., 1883-1892. 5 items. [1889 letters refer to H.H.'s commencement speech at Guilford]
  119. Hobbs, Mary Mendenhall. New Garden, N.C., 11mo. 20, 1886. [Thanks H.H. for copy of his Household Manual of Medicine]
  120. Hodgkin, J. B. Darlington, 1888-1895. 3 items. [Discusses theological matters, especially in relation to the "Richmond Declaration of a Reasonable Faith"]
  121. Hole, Israel C. Damascus, O., and Mt. Pleasant, O., 9mo. 27, 1886 -8mo. 31, 1887. 3 items. [Discusses need for conference of all Yearly Meetings; imminent rupture in Western Yearly Meeting]
  122. Holmes, Oliver Wendell. Boston, Feb. 10, 1886, and Beverly Farms, Mass., July 22, 1890. [Lukewarm comments on H.H.'s poetry]
  123. Hoover, Olive M. West Branch, Iowa, Feb., 1891. [Discusses resurrection of the body]
  124. Hopkins, R. H. Waynesville, 9mo. 30, 1884.
  125. Houghton Mifflin & Co. Boston, July 12, 1887 - June 16, 1890. 2 items. [Request information, 1887, on an article about Whittier poem which has appeared earlier in Friends Review; 1890, letter to [Merrill] Gates from H.O. Houghton, about H.H.'s resolution offered, but not used, at Lake Mohonk Conference]
  126. Houston, Edwin J. Phila., Mar. 5, 1879.
  127. Howland, Robert B. Union Springs, N.Y., and Paris, France, 3mo. 6, 1876, - ca. Jan., 1877. 9 items. [Concern the Howland School and H.H.'s connection with it]
  128. Hoxie, H[enry] N[ewell] Haverford College, Pa., 4mo. 25 - 5mo. 2, 1889. 2 items. [Concerns H.N. Hoxie's admission to the Contemporary Club of Phila.]
  129. Hull, Isaac H. Phila., May 10, 1884. [Scholarly discussion of Bible, meaning of words, dates of editions, etc.]
  130. Hunt, William. [Phila.] Feb. 19, 1883. [Invitation to respond to a toast at Pa. Hospital dinner; note at bottom, from Edward Hartshorne, urges him to accept]

Box 11 | Table of contents | Summary | Box 1 | Box 1a | Box 2 | Box 3 | Box 4 | Box 5 | Box 6 | Box 7 | Box 8 | Box 9 | Box 10 | Box 11 | Box 12 | Photographs and genealogical information

  1. Ibuka, K. Shiba Ku [?] June 30, 1896.
  2. Ito, H. Sapporo, 1mo. 25, 1895.
  3. James, G. W. C., M.D. Orbisonia, Pa., 5mo. 10, 1881. [Asks advice about a T.B. patient]
  4. Janes, E. H., secy. Amer. Publ. Health Assoc. New York, Dec. 15, 1879.
  5. Janes, John E., M.D. Newark, N.J., Feb. 22, 1883. [Asks advice on treating a niece with exophthalmic goiter]
  6. Jay, Eli. Richmond, Ind., 2mo. 27, 1886.
  7. Jenkins, Howard M., ed. The American. Phila., 1882-1886. 6 items. [Concern his articles and reviews, published by the American]
  8. Jones, Augustine. Providence, R. I., 10mo. 13, 1886.
  9. Jones, Joseph. Chicago, 1mo. 4, 1885 - 3mo. 31, 1887. 3 items.
  10. Jones, Richard. Phila., 4mo. 9, 1888 - 6mo. 4, 1889. 3 items. [Concern William Penn Charter School]
  11. Keen, W. W., M.D. Phila., 1897-1881. 5 items. [Discuss ms., drainage, toilets, etc.]
  12. Kimber, Mary S., 1876-1890. 3 items. [From New York, Glen Falls, etc.]
  13. Kimber, Thomas. Mainly from Richmond Hill, L.I., N.Y., 1876-1890. 32 items. [Discusses religious matters]
  14. Kimber, Thomas, Jr. Burlington and Rochester, 1896-1898. 3 items.
  15. King, Francis T. Baltimore, New York, and Blue Ridge Summit, Pa., 1874-1890. 18 items. [Mainly concern founding of Friends' College in No. Carolina]
  16. King, Pen. [n.p., n.d.] [Asks H.H.'s views on what a liberally educated man should study]
  17. Ladd, Thomas. New York and Toronto, 6mo. 10-26, 1876. 2 items. [Complains of Review's editorial treatment of his Representative Meeting's action]
  18. Ladd, William H. Richmond, Ind., Brooklyn, N.Y., Cadiz, Ohio, 1847-1887. 7 items. [Discusses Friends' views on Trinity, proposed Friends' catechism, etc.]
  19. [Lang?] D. M. [n.p.] Oct. 2. [Note of appreciation for H.H.'s care after death of patient]
  20. Lawrence, Charles W. New York, 8mo. 26, 1895.
  21. Lawton, William Cranston. Rome, Mar. 13, 1882 - Bryn Mawr, Pa., Nov.13, 1892. (2)
  22. Lea, Henry C., publisher (later Henry C. Lea's Son & Co., Lea Brothers & Co.) Phila., 1873-1895. 36 items. [Concern publishing of his books, etc.]
  23. Leeds, Josiah W. Phila. and Seal P.O., Pa., 1875-1890. 5 items.
  24. Le Hardy, J.C., M.D. Savannah, Ga., March 9, 1880. [Concerns new law before Congress re Natl. Bd. of Health; attempting to organize nationwide movement to make Bd. more effective, but not political]
  25. Leidy, Joseph. Beach Haven, N.J., July 1, 1890.
  26. Leland, Charles G. New York, Aug. 1, 1860 - Boston, Dec. 23, 1861. 2 items.
  27. Lesley, J. P., American Philosophical Soc. Phila., Jan. 23, 1880. [Asks him to deliver address on Dr. Wood's death]
  28. Levick, James J. Phila., 3mo. 12, 1889. [Thanks him for Reunion poem, "Haverford, 1839-1889"]
  29. Lewis, Enoch Edward. Phila., June 10, 1879.
  30. Lindley, [Cyrus] Whittier, Cal., 5mo. 19, 1890. [Thanks him for financial help. Haverford alumnus, down on his luck]
  31. Lippincott's Magazine. Phila., April 4, 1884. [Rejection slip]
  32. Longstreth, Charles A. Phila., 7mo. 2, 1890.
  33. Longstreth, Edward R. Phila., 4mo. 11, 1895.
  34. Longstreth, Lucy B. (later Mrs. Charles Roberts) Phila., 12mo,. 18, 1888-11mo. 15, 1890. 4 items.
  35. Longstreth, William M. Phila., 2mo. 20, 1886 - 11mo. 17, 1887. 6 items. [Concern speaking engagement at Y.M.C.A., and visit of J. B. Braithwaite to Germantown Meeting]
  36. Lyster, Henry F., M.D., of Detroit, and H.O. Hitchcock, M.D , Kalamazoo. Detroit, Dec. 15, 1879. [Invitation to Sanitary Convention, sponsored by Michigan Bd. of Health]
  37. McKendrick, Prof. J. G., of U. of Glasgow. [n.p., n.d.] Calling card, with message of thanks and farewell.
  38. McKennan, Thomas. Washington, Pa., Sept. 8, 1884. [Praises article by H.H.]
  39. Manson, O. F., M.D. Richmond, Va., Sept. 20, 1884. [Discusses puerperal fever]
  40. Marvin, J. B. Louisville, Ky., Aug. 10, 1880. [Discusses plumbing and drainage]
  41. Mears, J. Ewing. Phila., Dec. 13, 1883.
  42. Meekly, T. W., M.D. Jersey Shore - Lycoming Co., Pa., Mar. 7, 1883. [Former Patient of H.H. wants affidavit about treatment while in Service]
  43. Mendenhall, George. Cincinnati, Nov. 12, 1864. [Concerns his article on Heart Disease in the Army; " further remarks on number and treatment of such cases in Military Hospitals in Washington]
  44. Mendenhall, Nereus. Haverford College, Pa., and Guilford, N.C., 1876-1890. 8 items. [Discusses theological matters, etc., illness of grandson, religious state of Soc. of Friends]
  45. Middleditch, A., M.D. Waterloo, Iowa, Sept. 14, 1880. [Asks questions about proper sewage disposal]
  46. Miles, Henry. Monkton, Vt., 10mo. 21, 1872. [Concerns Friends Review article, "Priesthood of all Christians"]
  47. Milhous, T. Concord, 3mo. 16 [n.d.]
  48. Miller, H. S. Hongo. Tokyo, Oct. 17 - Nov. 20, 1893. [Second one addressed to Miss Haines; both concern invitations for H.H. to speak]
  49. Milne, George A. Phila., 9mo. 25, 1887 - 10mo. 17, 1888. 6 items [Discuss theological and other matters]
  50. Mitchell, S. Weir, M.D. Phila., Jan. 21, 1890 - [n.d.] 6 items.
  51. Mizuno, T. Tokyo, June 6, 1894 - Oct. 29, 1896. [Invites to lecture to Japanese young people, interested in Friends] 2 items.
  52. Morgan, I. 0. [Pittsburgh, Pa.] June 24- 29, 1880. 2 items. [Concern renting of house]
  53. Morris, Samuel. Olney, Phila., 1885-1895. 2 items. [1885, says Preparative Meeting own school blg. and would have to give consent for its use for First Day School and Bible classes; says not all members would approve. 1895, discusses his own testimony at First Meeting, which H.H. has sent him a criticism of]
  54. Morris, T. G., M.D. Liverpool, Pa., Feb. 10, 1882. [Medical question re treatment of dyspepsia]
  55. Morton, Thomas G., M.D. Phila., Feb. 19. [Asks him to respond to toast at dinner, in place of brother, Edward H.]
  56. Mote, Marcus. Richmond, Ind., 1885-1889. 9 items. [Letter 1mo. 21, 1885, concerns Friend, "C.F.C." [Charles Fisher Coffin], whose bank, the Richmond Natl., has folded under questionable circumstances; describes stormy sessions in Indiana Y.M. , etc.]
  57. Murray, Augustus T. Earlham, 9mo. 10, 1889.
  58. Murray, R[obert] L[indley] (Both Sr. and Jr.) New York, 1846, [discusses ideas for reunion of Haverford class of 1842 . 1886, son sends tribute to father's memory, for publication in Review] (3)
  59. Nebinger, A. Phila., Nov. 12, 1880. [Asks if he would like to become candidate for presidency of [Central] High School]
  60. Newman, H[enry] 1816-1908. Leominster, 7mo. 28, 1859.
  61. Newman, H[enry] S[tanley] Leominster [Eng.], Richmond, Ind., and Toronto, Can., 3mo. 13, 1876 - 9mo. 19, 1888. 5 items. [Discuss publication of his works; state of affairs in Indiana Y.M., etc.]
  62. Nicholson, Timothy. Richmond, Ind., 1883 - 1888. 11 items. [Discusses Friends' controversies over various points of doctrine]
  63. Nicholson, William. Lawrence, Kan., 9mo. 10, 1887. [Urges H.H. and Dr. J. E. Rhoads to accept invitation to attend Conference of Western Yearly Meetings at Richmond, Ind., in spite of possible opposition when they get there]
  64. Nitobe, Inazo. Sapporo, 7mo. 3, 1884. [Note of welcome to Hokkaido and Sapporo]
  65. Norris, Isaac, M.D., secy. Franklin Inst. Phila., 7mo. 13, 1880. [Asks him to give a course of four lectures on sanitary science at the Institute]
  66. Osler, William, M.D. Phila., 1mo. 21 - 4mo. 14, 1888. 2 items.
  67. Owen, Oliver. Clinton, N.Y., 1885 - 1889. 5 items. [Letters about Friends' controversies over the ordinances (sacraments, etc.) from one who is no longer a Friend]
  68. Palmer, T. Chalkley, pres. Delaware County Inst. of Science. Media, Pa., 2mo. 1-6, 1895. 2 items. [Asks him to lecture on Japan]
  69. Patterson, John Kinnier, M.D. Phila., 5mo. 28, 1882. [Discusses dipsomania of [Thomas] Brown; describes his treatment]
  70. Pearson, W. L. Raysville, Ind., Columbus, O., Minneapolis, Minn., etc. 1886-1889. 7 items. [Discusses articles W.L.P. was writing for Friends Review; controversies in Western Yearly Meetings about ordinances; sympathy on death of Mary B. Hartshorne; other]
  71. Peirce, C. N. , secy. of Corporation, Woman's Medical College. Phila. April 29, 1872. [Appoints H.H. to an additional chair on faculty]
  72. Pepper, Dr. Wm. Phila., March 6, 1886 - April 17, 1888. 2 items. Also, 1882 - 1887. 7 items. [Concern publication of H.H.'s works and conferring of LL.D. degree on him by U. of Penna.]
  73. Petrie, Hon. Secy. Victoria Institute, of Philosophical Soc. of Great Britain. London, March , 1897. 3 items. [Concerns his joining the Society]
  74. Pinkham, William P. Spiceland, Ind. - Lynn, Mass., 1887 - 1890. 5 items [Discusses editorials in Friends Review; Friends controversies; defends self as pastor, supported by Lynn, Mass., Meeting]
  75. Physicians College of Phila., James H. Hutchinson, Hon. Librarian. Phila., Nov. 29, 1886. [Thanks for gift to College of Japanese translation of one of his books]
  76. Potts, Joseph. Maryville, Tenn., June 19, 1887. [Discusses Friends Review article on "supported ministry"]
  77. Prohibitionists. Phila., Mar. 17, 1886. [Invitation to meeting]
  78. Pumphrey, C. M. Leominster - Charlbury, Oxon., 2mo. 4, 1888 -11mo. 25, 1889. 4 items.
  79. Randolph, Richard. Atlantic City - Phila., 1886-1890. 6 items. [Discusses doctrinal matters, etc.]
  80. Reed, William. Paris, April 14, 1859.
  81. Reese, John J., M.D. [Phila.] 1868-1886. 8 items. [Concern various appointments to places on U. of Penna. Faculty of Medicine; finally says Faculty has voted to offer H.H. the chair of Hygiene; later canceled by Bd. of Trustees]
  82. Rhoads, Charles. Fragment, [5mo., 1876] plus Haddonfield, N.J. and Phila., 7mo. 14-26, 1886. 3 items. [Takes issue with Friends Review's attitude on controversy between Phila. Y.M. and No. Carolina Y.M. over possession of the Charleston Fund; also, with Friends Review's recognition of a group in Ohio, led by Hoyle, as Ohio Y.M., instead of the one Phila. Y.M. recognized]
  83. Rhoads, Edward G. Phila., 3mo. 7, 1887. [Discusses treatment of pneumonia at Pennsylvania Hospital]
  84. Rhoads, James E., Co-ed. of Friends Review with H.H., then Pres. of Bryn Mawr College. Germantown, Bryn Mawr, etc., 1868-1894. ca. 53 items. [Letter from Aiken, S.C., 4mo. 7, 1871, discusses students and teaching problems at Haverford and H.H.'s lack of success there; Letters of 1884 and 1892 concern state of affairs in Soc. of Friends, what Friends Review's attitude should be, etc. Letter of 2mo. 20, 1885, explains procedure adopted by Trustees of Bryn Mawr in choosing its faculty, says Haverford "seriously below the standard of the better New England colleges; letter from Bryn Mawr, 4mo. 16, 1888, discusses treatment of pneumonia]
  85. Rhoads, Joseph. Marple, Del. Co., Pa., 11mo. 15, 1885. [Praises Friends Review's stand on the Ordinances, etc.]
  86. Richardson, Jane M., of Gilford, Ireland. London, 5mo. 17 [n.d.] [Praises Friends Review's reaction to A Reasonable Faith, book giving viewpoint of D. B. Updegraff et al]

Box 12 | Table of contents | Summary | Box 1 | Box 1a | Box 2 | Box 3 | Box 4 | Box 5 | Box 6 | Box 7 | Box 8 | Box 9 | Box 10 | Box 11 | Box 12 | Photographs and genealogical information

  1. Sabatier, Paul. Paris, May 5 - June 8, 1884. 2 items.
  2. Sanford, Myron R. Haverford College, Pa., 1mo. 27, 1887.
  3. Scattergood, George J. Phila., 2mo. 10 - 3mo. 30, 1886. 3 items. [Asks H.H. either to adopt plain dress or resign from Committee in charge of Friends' Select Schools]
  4. Scattergood, J. Henry. Haverford, Pa., 5mo. 21, 1895.
  5. Scull, David. Phila., Overbrook, Pa., Lake Mohonk, N.Y., 1886-1890. 18 items. [Mainly concern fund raising for Friends Review]
  6. Scull, Edward S. Phila., 10mo. 30, 1880 - 12mo. 12, 1881. 3 items. [Concern Bible reading]
  7. Seebohm, Benjamin. Bradford [Eng.] 6mo. 25, 1859.
  8. Sewell, J. S. Belgrave, W. Leicester, [Eng.] 1mo. 18, 1887 - 11mo. 15, 1888. 3 items.
  9. Sharpless, Isaac. Haverford College, Pa., Moscow. 1880-1895. 11 items. [Concern H.H.'s possible connection with Haverford, his criticism of it in Friends Review, etc.]
  10. Sheppard, Margaret. [Phila.] 12mo. 12, 1892. [Concerns state of Society of Friends, especially in relation to Indiana Conference and its results]
  11. Shipley, Murray. Cincinnati, 2mo. 2, 1869 - 11mo. 1892. 2 items, plus one enclosure. [Discusses need for religious education in Friend's schools and colleges, and increase of organized worship in Western Meetings]
  12. Shipley, Samuel R. Phila., 2mo. 27, 1879.
  13. Shipley, Walter Penn. Phila. , May 10, 1895.
  14. Shoemaker, Benjamin H. Phila., 7mo. 2, 1879. [Commends him on school]
  15. Shoemaker, Jos. M. & Co., brokers. Phila., 1883-1886. [Notices of stock purchases]
  16. Smiley, Albert Keith. Mohonk Lake, N.Y, .July 18, 1887 - Sept. 23, 1890.4 items. [Invitations to Conferences and thanks for Bertram the Prince]
  17. Smith, Daniel B. [Phila.] 1848-1890. 3 items. [1890 letter discusses paid pastorates]
  18. Smith, Hannah W. Germantown, 1mo. 16, 1885.
  19. Smith, Lloyd P. Phila., 1837 - 1867. 3 items. [1859 letter discusses use of the ballot in American elections, and compares suffrage, etc. in America and Great Britain; 1867 letter requests articles to be published in Lippincott's Magazine]
  20. Spencer, Adam. Springford, 8mo. 11 - 2mo. 3, 1887. 6 items. [Discusses Meeting conflicts]
  21. Stedman, Edmund C. New York, Jan. 28, 1893.
  22. Stille, Dr. [Phila.] April 15, 1888.
  23. Stuart, J. H. Minneapolis, Minn., 4mo. 8, 1888. [Praises attitude of Friends Review on Friends' teachings]
  24. T , J . Phila., 3mo. 17, [n.d.] [Describes efforts on H.H.'s behalf, to get him an academic appointment]
  25. Taber, Augustus. New York, West Chester, Glens Falls, 1887-1892. 8 items. [Letters of July 4, 1892, and n.d. discuss Friends' work on behalf of Negroes and Indians]
  26. Taber, Charles. New Bedford, 1840-1851. 15 items. [Letter of 7mo., 1841, reminisces and comments on his years at Haverford]
  27. Taber, David S. New York, 2mo. 9, 1895.
  28. Tatham, Benjamin. New York, 3mo. 18, 1884 - 1mo. 13, 1885. 6 items. [First four letters addressed to James E. Rhoads, fifth one to H.H., as editors of Friends Review; concern controversy within Society of' Friends; letter of 1mo. 13, 1885, speaks of difficulty of recognizing ministers traveling with Minutes from Ohio, who may preach water baptism, if allowed to speak]
  29. Tatlock, William. London, 2mo. 8 - 4mo. 10, 1889. 3 items. [Letter of 4mo. 10, 1889, contains observations and criticisms of American institutions]
  30. Taylor, George W. Kaolin, Pa., 1876-1889. 5 items. [Criticizes the role of the Friend in past Quaker conflicts; discusses the Friends Review, ambitions of the Roman Catholic Church, etc.]
  31. Taylor, [J?] Madison. Point Pleasant, [N.J.] Sept. 6 [n.d.]
  32. Thomas, Allen C. Haverford College, Pa., Woonsocket, R.I., 1887-1890. 8 items. [Discusses David B. Updegraff's views, editorial and publishing problems of Friends Review, etc.]
  33. Thomas, Anna B. Baltimore, 1mo. 8, 1886 - 12mo. 3, 1888. 4 items.
  34. Thomas, J. Phila., Dec. 27, 1889.
  35. Thomas, James Carey. Baltimore, 9mo. 8, 1882.
  36. Thomas, J. J. Union Springs, N.Y., 1876-1880. 3 items. [Discusses controversies in Soc. of Friends]
  37. Thomas, M. Carey, pres. Bryn Mawr College. Bryn Mawr, Pa., Mar. 29 - April 19, 1895, 4 items.
  38. Thomas, Mary Snowden, (and Anna B. Thomas) Baltimore, 1mo. 17 - 7mo. 24, 1885. 2 items.
  39. Thomas, Mary W. Baltimore, 9mo. 28, 1882.
  40. Thomas, Richard Henry, M.D. Fall River, Mass., Baltimore, Md., Newport, R.I., Brighton, Md., 1884-1893. 27 items. [Discusses articles written for Fiends Review; possibility of moving Fr. Rev. to Baltimore and having him take it over; action (1890) of New York Y.M. regarding pastors; George Braithwaite's thoughts (1893) about H.H.'s going to Japan and the state of Christianity there, etc.]
  41. Thomas, R. P., M.D. [Phila.] July 2, 1862. [Notifies H.H. of meeting of Board of Attending Surgeons of Military Dept. of Episcopal Hospital]
  42. Thompson, Charles. London, 5mo. 25, 1887.
  43. Thompson, Slason, ed. Chicago Daily News. May 8, 1886.
  44. Thorne, Chauncey B. Skaneateles, N.Y., 9mo. 19, 1878. [Offers H.H. position of elder of Scipio M.M., even though he is no longer in New York State; H.H.'s reply and acceptance, also filed here, Germantown, Phila., 9mo. 22, 1878]
  45. Turner, Eliza S. Phila., Oct. 24, 1880. [Concerns cooking school; asks his help; note on back from Edward Hartshorne, urging his cooperation]
  46. Updegraff, D[avid] B. Mt. Pleasant, Ohio, 9mo. 21, 1882 - [n.p.] 10mo. 26, 1886. [Hostile letters; 1882 letter addressed to J. E. Rhoads and indirectly to H.H.]
  47. Van Antwerp, Bragg & Co., publishers. Cincinnati, June 6 - July 7, 1885. [Decline to publish his High School Physiology; already have a book in this field] 2 items.
  48. Walker, James B., M.D. Phila., Nov. 12, 1881. [Thanks for copy of Essentials of Practical Medicine]
  49. Walton, Joseph. Moorestown, N.J., 1874-1886. 2 items. [Concern Quaker controversies]
  50. Warner, Redwood F. [Germantown] 1885 - 1893. 2 items.
  51. Watanabe, M. [Phila.] April 6, 1896.
  52. Wells, J. Hunt, M.D. Seoul, Korea, Aug. 21, 1896. [Tells of treating cholera epidemic; describes method]
  53. Welsh, Herbert, secy. Indian Rights Assoc. Phila., Seal Harbor, Me., etc., 1888-1895. 10 items.
  54. Welsh, John. [Phila.] March 18, 1884. [Concerns making an overhead railroad crossing at Wingohocking Station (Germantown)]
  55. Western Yearly Meeting. note signed, T. W. L., 1875, with clipping, mentioning H.H.'s attendance. [Note urged him to speak, concerning Mexico]
  56. Westlake, W. C. [English Friend] Southampton, Eng., 1mo. 28 - 4mo. 24, 1868. [Accepts H.H.'s article for the Friends' Examiner; discusses progress of the paper]
  57. Whitall, James. Phila., 1878-1889. 3 items.
  58. Whitall, Mary C. [n.p.] 4mo. 13, 1883 - [n.d.] 2 items. [Concern meeting of "W. F. M. A. of Friends of Philadelphia"]
  59. Whitney, John R. Phila., Nov. 9, 1880. (Addressed to Edward S. Scull)
  60. Whittier, John Greenleaf. Amesbury, Mass., Danvers, Mass., 1882-1886. 4 items (plus 3 typed transcripts) 2 letters of 1882 concern H.H.'s remarks about Whittier's religious soundness, his attitude toward creeds, etc.; letter of 1mo. 17, 1885, concerns subscription to Friends Review]
    Scanned Image Page 1 of letter from John Greenleaf Whittier to Henry Hartshorne. Amesbury, Mass., 9mo. 5, 1882. Letter concerns Hartshorne's remarks about Whittier's religious soundness, his attitude toward creeds, etc. Page 2 | Page 3 | Page 4 (each approximately 64K).
  61. Willits, Mary. [Germantown] 5mo. 31, 1886. [Discusses H.H.'s theories about pneumonia]
  62. Wing, Asa S. Phila., 7mo. 20, 1896. [Thanks H.H. for his paper, "Christianity and Problems of Modern Thought."]
  63. Wise, P. H., M.D., and others. Ogdensburg, N.Y., Aug., 1895. 10 items. [Copies of testimonials to H.H.'s book, Household Manual of Medicine]
  64. Wister, Owen T., M.D. Phila., Feb. 12, 1888. [Asks to see copy of his paper on pneumonia]
  65. Wood, Charles. Paris, 4mo. 24, 1895.
  66. Wood, James. [n.p.] 4mo. 18, 1886 - Mt. Kisco, N.Y., 3mo. 16, 1889. 2 items.
  67. Wood, Richard. Phila. 10mo. 12, 1880. [Concerns uncle, Dr. George B. Wood]
  68. Wood, William & Co., publishers. New York, 1873-1882. 4 items. [1873 letter invites him to do book on Hygiene]
  69. Woodward, J. J., M.D., Surgeon General U.S. Washington, Dec. 22-27, 1879. 2 items.
  70. Worden, A. L., M.D. Dunlap, Iowa, March 16, 1881. [Asks advice on buying an Atlas of Skin Diseases]
  71. Worthington, Jr. [J?] H. Asylum [Phila.] 6mo. 6, 1844.
  72. Wright, B. H. Colerain, 12mo. 8, 1844. {Reminisces about old days at Haverford; inquires for mutual friends and relations]
  73. Wright, B.H., and Ladd, W. H. Mt. Pleasant, Ohio, 10mo. 20, 1843. [Introduces Isaac R. Worrell and Jonathan T. Updegraff]
  74. Wurts, Charles Stewart. [Phila.] March 10, 1879.
  75. Yamada, F. Kanda, Oct. 17, 1893. [Letter of introduction for Rev.Mr. Ishikawa, addressed to Rev. Mr. Cosand, and asking him to introduce Mr. I. to H.H., whom he wants to invite to lecture]
  76. Yarnall, Charles [n.p.] and Phila., ca. 1874-75. [1875 letter discusses gradual metamorphosis of Western Friends' Meetings] 3 items.
  77. Yarnall, F. C. Overbrook, June 15, 1874. [Theological discussion]
  78. Yokoi, J. S. New London, N.H., Sept. 3, 1895. [Cannot get to Northfield; hopes to see him in Japan]
  79. Yokoi, [Tokudo?] Oji [Japan] Jan. 23, 1897. [Says, with Buddhism so strong in Japan, not yet time to try to introduce Christianity in schools]
  80. Yoshida, H. Tokio, [ca. 1894] Letter of farewell.
  81. Young, Charles. Germantown, Mar. 20, 1884.

Photographs and genealogical information | Table of contents | Summary | Box 1 | Box 1a | Box 2 | Box 3 | Box 4 | Box 5 | Box 6 | Box 7 | Box 8 | Box 9 | Box 10 | Box 11 | Box 12 | Photographs and genealogical information

REMOVED FROM COLLECTION, FOR STORAGE IN 975-B:
Hartshorne, Caroline Cope (Yarnall), wife of Charles Hartshorne:

  • Autograph album

REMOVED TO PAMPHLET COLLECTION: 45 items.

REMOVED TO 988E-R: Photos of Japan:

  • 8 photographs: 5 of Medical Society of Hokkaido, 1894, including Henry Hartshorne, and 3 including Anna Cope Hartshorne

Scanned Image Photograph of the Members of the Medical Society of Hokkaido, of which Henry Hartshorne M.D. was the honorary member. 1894. [Hartshorne was engaged in religious and missionary work in Japan, 1893-97] (64K).


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