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Haverford College
Quaker and Special Collections

Jones-Cadbury Family Papers, ca. 1770-1994

Ms. Coll. 1172

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Box 1

Bartram family
John Bartram and Bartram's Garden, Philadelphia; Bartram genealogy and family reunions:

  1. Bartram's Garden.
    includes:
    • photographs
    • invitations to events related to Cadbury family.
  2. Bartram family, misc. material.
    includes:
    • photograph
    • illustrations
    • portraits
    • letters
    • notes
    • poem
  3. Bartram family genealogy [notebook].
    • "Bartram. Genealogy. A. M. K." notebook of [member of Kaighn family?]
  4. Bartram family genealogy.
    includes:
    • clippings
    • photograph
    • notes
    • correspondence
  5. Bartram family reunions.
    includes:
    • scrapbook on John Bartram and Bartram family reunions
    • invitations
    • photograph (copy print of 1893 reunion)
  6. Bartram family reunion of June 25-27, 1993 (Mary Hoxie Jones's reunion packet).

Beer family
Winifred Cadbury Beer (1926-1996)

  1. Letters, 1940-1944, of Winifred Cadbury Beer.

Brown family
Caroline (Cadbury) Brown (1851-1914)

Box 2

Cadbury family (American branch)
Anna B. D. Cadbury (1883-1968)

  1. Letters, 1943-1963, of Anna B. D. Cadbury (1883-1968) [letters are to her sister-in-law, Emma Cadbury Jr.].

Anna K. Cadbury (1846-1923)
Correspondence of Anna K. Cadbury, n. d. and 1855-1910, also misc. papers and letters to her.

  1. Misc. papers [3 items].
  2. Letters, n. d. and 1874-1910, to Anna K. Cadbury.
  3. Letters, n. d. and 1855, 1864-1865, by Anna K. Cadbury.
  4. Letters, 1866-1868, by Anna K. Cadbury.
  5. Letters, 1869, by Anna K. Cadbury.

Box 3

Anna K. Cadbury (1846-1923)
Letters by Anna K. Cadbury, 1870-1894.

  1. Letters, 1870.
  2. Letters, 1872.
  3. Letters, 1873-1878.
  4. Letters, 1882-1889.
  5. Letters, 1890-1893.
  6. Letters, January - April 1894.
  7. Letters, May - December 1894.

Box 4

Anna K. Cadbury (1846-1923)
Letters by Anna K. Cadbury, 1895-1899.

  1. Letters, January - June 1895.
  2. Letters, July - December 1895.
  3. Letters, January - August 1896.
  4. Letters, September - December 1896.
  5. Letters, January - April 1897.
  6. Letters, May - December 1897.
  7. Letters, 1898-1899.

Box 5

Anna K. Cadbury (1846-1923)
Letters by Anna K. Cadbury, 1900-1921.

  1. Letters, 1900-1905.
  2. Letters, 1908 [includes letter from Anna M. (Moore) Cadbury].
  3. Letters, 1909-1912.
  4. Letters, 1913-1914.
  5. Letters, 1915 [to son HJC at Earlham, husband JC Jr. at New York].
  6. Letters, 1916-1917 [includes letters to JC Jr. in hospital].
  7. Letters, 1918, 1921.

Box 6

Anna K. Cadbury (1846-1923)
Diaries, memorandum books, sketch books, autograph album, address books, account book, birthday book and other notebooks of Anna K. Cadbury.

  1. Diaries, 1886-1888, 1899, 1905, 1910, 1912-1919 [14 volumes].
  2. Memorandum books, ca. 1864-1920 [3 volumes].
  3. Autograph album, ca. 1861-1865.
  4. Spelling and vocabulary notebook, 1861.
  5. Sketch books, n. d. and ca. 1866 [3 volumes].
  6. Account book, 1869 [setting up housekeeping after marriage].
  7. Poetry notebook, 1862.
  8. "History of the buying of a lot and building of a house in Moorestown, New Jersey, 1891 and 1892" [notebook].
  9. Birthday book [The Jean Ingelow Birthday Book], with family and friends' birth and death dates.
  10. Book register, 1912-1917, listing books read with comments on same.
  11. Address books.

Anna M. (Moore) Cadbury (1873-1932)

  1. Letters, 1909-1929, of Anna Moore Cadbury (1873-1932).

Box 7

Benjamin Cadbury (1873-1955)
Letters, n. d. and 1880-1954, written by Benjamin Cadbury (chiefly to family), also diary, valentines, wedding invitation, clipping.

  1. Miscellaneous items
    includes:
    • diary (1891 while at Haverford College)
    • valentines
    • 1909 wedding invitation (m. Anna Mary Moore, daughter of Joseph Moore)
    • clipping on Joseph Moore and Earlham College
    • note on dates in life of father Joel Cadbury
    • cash book, 1824-1929
  2. Letters, n. d. and 1880-1898 [includes letter of Anna K. Cadbury].
  3. Letters, 1908-1915 [includes letters to his brother, Henry J. Cadbury while HJC was at Earlham].
  4. Letters, 1924-1935 [includes letter of sister Emma Cadbury Jr.]
  5. Letters, 1937-1950 [almost all letters are to sister Emma; includes letter of Caroline C. Warren to BC]
  6. Letters, 1951-1954 [all letters are to his sister, Emma; some letters include Anna B. D. Cadbury]

Benjamin Bartram Cadbury (1913-)

  1. Class notes for History 1, History of England--Haverford College, 1931-2. Professor William E. Lunt.
  2. Class notes and theses for Philosophy 6, History of Christian Thought--Haverford College, spring 1933. Prof. Rufus M. Jones.
  3. Class notes and theses for Philosophy 4a, History of Philosophy--Haverford College, fall 1933. Prof. Rufus M. Jones.

Box 8

Caroline Warder Cadbury (1801-1868)
Letters, notebook, pattern books, misc. papers.

  1. Letters, undated and 1833-1867.
  2. Correspondence, 1853, while in England.
    also includes:
    • letters of daughter Elizabeth Cadbury (1829-1915)
    • Joel Cadbury Sr.
    • Joel Cadbury Jr.
    • William Warder Cadbury
    • John Warder Cadbury
    • "welcome home" letter from all of their children
  3. Notebook of copied poetry, 1820, with her silhouette in front, given to Joel Cadbury.
  4. Pattern books, 1815 and 1818 (2 vols.) [for embroidery?].
  5. Misc. items, includes poems, "An Enigmatical Dinner" (1821) [riddle].
    [for "white cut-outs (silhouettes) in 1853 of Caroline Warder Cadbury Sr. and her daughter Elizabeth" see Ms. Coll. 990]

Box 9

Catharine Cadbury (1884-1970)

  1. Letters, 1944-1963, of Catharine Cadbury (1884-1970) [letters are to her sister-in-law, Emma Cadbury Jr.]; also letter telling of death of CC in 1970.

Christopher J. Cadbury (1921-)

  1. Letters, 1933-1944, of Christopher J. Cadbury (1921-).

Eleanor Anne Cadbury (1875-1952)
Letters of Eleanor Anne Cadbury [daughter of John Warder Cadbury and Rebecca Warner Cadbury], to her cousin, Emma Cadbury Jr.

  1. Letters, 1885-1889.
  2. Letters, 1890-1899.
  3. Letters, 1902-1949.

Box 10

Elizabeth Cadbury (1829-1915)
Letters, book, copybook, pattern books, poetry notebooks, memorandum book, travel diary, account book.

  1. Letters, undated and 1846-1905 (includes letter of Joel Cadbury Sr.)
  2. Letters, 1906-1915, primarily to Elizabeth B. Jones.
  3. "John and his kite or, the value of perseverance" child's book, belonged to EC.
  4. Copy book of [Elizabeth Cadbury], not dated.
  5. Notebook of knitting pattern, poetry, ca. 1836-1864.
  6. Notebook of crochet patterns, ca. 1852-1855.
  7. Notebook of knitting patterns, ca. 1883-1909.
  8. Memorandum book of dolls knit by EC, ca. 1851-1908.
  9. Poetry notebook, ca. 1845-1846.
  10. Poetry notebook, ca. 1855 of original family poems.
  11. "Gems by the wayside 1860" poetry notebook inscribed "to Emma" from "E."
  12. Travel diary, 1853.
  13. Notebook of visits, etc. as Overseer, ca. 1883-1900.
  14. Daybook (cashbook), ca. 1887-1915.

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

Elizabeth (Rowntree) Cadbury (1909-) "Tessa"

  1. Letters, 1943-1989, of Elizabeth (Rowntree) Cadbury (1909-) "Tessa" (some with "Jack" John Warder Cadbury III).

Box 11

Emma Cadbury Sr. (1843-1923)
Letters written by Emma Cadbury Sr., 1851-1923.

  1. Letters, 1851-1868.
  2. Letters, 1869-1870, to Rebecca B. Lowry.
  3. Letters, 1864-1866, to Hannah Sheppard and 1 letter of Hannah Sheppard to EC.
  4. Letters, 1867-1882, to Hannah Sheppard.
  5. Letters, 1882-1888, to Rachel E. Allinson.
  6. Letters, 1893-1908, to Rachel E. Allinson.
  7. Typed transcripts of selected letters of Emma Cadbury to Hannah Sheppard and Rachel E. Allinson.
  8. Letters, 1880-1889, to niece Emma Cadbury Jr.
  9. Letters, 1890-1923, primarily to niece Emma Cadbury Jr. [1923 letter begun by EC and finished by Sarah C. Borton]

Box 12

Emma Cadbury Sr. (1843-1923)
Letters written by Emma Cadbury Sr. [some written with other family members]. Also travel diary, photographs, maps, letters of English relatives and others to Emma Cadbury Sr..

  1. Letters, 1865, written by Emma Cadbury Sr. and her father, Joel Cadbury Sr., while visiting Cadbury family in England
    [includes some letters of English relatives; Emma also went to the continent with English relatives George and Henry Cadbury, Caroline and Sarah Cadbury. Also diary of trip, some photographs.]
  2. Letters, 1869-1916, to brother Joel Cadbury and wife Anna K. Cadbury.
  3. Letters, 1866, from Virginia to family in Philadelphia [also letters of brother Joel Cadbury Jr. and sister Sarah Cadbury].
  4. Letters, June-October, 1894, while traveling in Europe with sisters Elizabeth and Sarah. Also 2 diaries of trip and maps.
  5. Letters, not dated, during illness of John Warder Cadbury.
  6. Letters, to Emma Cadbury from friends and relatives.

Box 13

Emma Cadbury Sr. (1843-1923)
Account books, notebooks, diary, scrapbook, memorandum book, sampler, etc. of Emma Cadbury Sr.

  1. "Report cards" from Friends Select School, 1860-1861.
  2. 2 small account books, 1857 and 1862.
  3. Notebook of notes on watercolor painting, ca. 1856.
  4. Notebook of poetry, ca. 1858-1883.
  5. Diary, 1859-1860, of illness and death of brother William Warder Cadbury [from TB at age 27].
  6. Account book, ca. 1871-1881, kept by sisters Emma, Sarah and Elizabeth Cadbury.
  7. Scrapbook, ca. 1880-1902, of poetry, etc.
  8. Journal of Emma Cadbury's 50th birthday party, 1892 [in hand of Emma Cadbury Jr.?]
  9. Notebook of knitting patterns, ca. 1880-1905.
  10. Memorandum book, ca. 1881-1914.
  11. Check stub books, 1900-1906 [3 vol.]
  12. Notebooks, 1875-1905, of the life of Emma Cadbury Jr. as compiled by Emma Cadbury Sr.
    [2 volumes include letters, photographs, etc. pasted in]
  13. Sampler, ca. 7" x 7 1/2", of alphabet and two birds, not dated.
  14. Misc. papers (4 items).

Box 14

Elizabeth Cadbury (1829-1915)
Sarah Cadbury (1840-1918)
Emma Cadbury Sr. (1843-1923)
Estate related papers.
(Note: these three sisters were known as "the 3 Aunts Cadbury")

  1. Notes of Mary Hoxie Jones regarding the whereabouts of "cutout" wedding procession (a family item) and other items in estate of the three Aunts - Elizabeth, Sarah and Emma Cadbury.
  2. Papers regarding the distribution of household furniture, etc. in estate of Elizabeth, Sarah and Emma Cadbury, ca. 1923.
  3. Papers related to the estate of Elizabeth, Sarah and Emma Cadbury, 1923.
  4. Papers, 1923, related to estate of Emma Cadbury Sr.

Box 15

Emma Cadbury Jr. (1875-1965)
Letters, 1884-1898, written by Emma Cadbury Jr.

  1. Letters, 1884-1893.
  2. Letters, February - April 1894, at Bryn Mawr College.
  3. Letters, May - December 1884, at Bryn Mawr College.
  4. Letters, January - May 1895, at Bryn Mawr College.
  5. Letters, July, 1895, at Wernersville, Pa. and October - December 1895, at Bryn Mawr College.
  6. Letters, 1896, at Bryn Mawr College.
  7. Letters, 1897, at Bryn Mawr College.
  8. Letters, 1898, at Bryn Mawr College (January - February) and Nantucket, Mass.

Box 16

Emma Cadbury Jr. (1875-1965)
Letters, 1900-1923, written by Emma Cadbury Jr.

  1. Letters, 1900-1909.
  2. Letters, 1910-1914.
  3. Letters, 1911-1923, to her niece, Mary Hoxie Jones.
  4. Letters, 1915, to her brother, Henry J. Cadbury, while he was at Earlham.
  5. Letters, 1916, while traveling in western U.S.
  6. Letters, 1918-1921.
  7. Letters, March - May 1923, includes letters from trip to France, England
    (also printed [London] Yearly Meeting Guide 1923 and Passenger List for ship).
  8. Letters, June - July 1923, from Germany, Poland and England.
  9. Letters, August - September, 1923, from England.

Box 17

Emma Cadbury Jr. (1875-1965)
Letters, 1924-1934, written by Emma Cadbury Jr., primarily to her family.

  1. Letters, February - June 1924, arrival and beginning work in Vienna.
  2. Letters, July - December 1924, chiefly from Vienna.
  3. Letters, 1925, chiefly from Vienna, also Hungary.
  4. Letters, 1926, chiefly from Vienna, also Greece, Bulgaria.
  5. Letters, 1927, from Vienna, Holland, N.Y. City, Bulgaria
    Scanned Image Letter from Emma Cadbury to her family during the time she was working for AFSC in Vienna from 1924-38. Page 1 | Page 2 (each approximately 200K).
  6. Letters, 1928, from Vienna, Czechoslovakia, Moscow, Belgium
    [includes copy of address to F.O.R. - Austrian Branch "Impressions of Soviet Russia"]
  7. Letters, 1929, chiefly from Vienna, also Italy, Germany.
  8. Letters, 1930, chiefly from Vienna, also Andover, Mass.
  9. Letters, 1931, chiefly from Vienna.
  10. Letters, 1932, chiefly from Vienna, also Jerusalem and while traveling between destinations.
  11. Letters, 1933, chiefly from Vienna, also London, Poland.
  12. Letters, 1934, chiefly from Vienna.

Box 18

Emma Cadbury Jr. (1875-1965)
Letters, 1935-1961, written by Emma Cadbury Jr., primarily to her family.

  1. Letters, 1935, from Vienna.
  2. Letters, 1936, chiefly from Vienna, also England.
  3. Letters, 1937, chiefly from Vienna, also Switzerland, Salamanea (?).
  4. Letters, 1938, chiefly from Vienna, also Switzerland, London
    [includes copies of letters from Clarence Pickett, Florence M. Barrow discussing the deteriorating situation in Vienna]
  5. Letters, 1939-1941, from her home in Moorestown, N.J. to persons in Vienna.
  6. Letters, 1940, to brother Benjamin Cadbury.
  7. Letters, 1941.
  8. Letters, 1942.
  9. Letters, 1946, many written from Europe (with American Friends Service Committee).
  10. Letters, 1948-1949, many from Vienna [also clippings and photographic postcard]
  11. Letters, 1951, chiefly from Vienna, also Denmark, Italy.
  12. Letters, 1953, from England, France, Vienna, Berlin.
  13. Letters, 1956, 1958, 1961, from Vienna, England, France, Switzerland, N.J.

Box 19

Emma Cadbury Jr. (1875-1965)
Letters, 1882-1909, written to Emma Cadbury Jr., primarily from school and college friends (correspondents "A - B").
[Note: these folders are arranged alphabetically by last name of letter writer]

  1. Letters, from "Ruth" (1890), "Sally" (1882), "Teacher M" (1885), "Cos. Fanny" (1884-1885).
    Also postcards, 1905-1909, from various persons.
  2. Letters, 1897-1903, from Grace Albert.
  3. Letters, 1887-1899, from Lydia M. Albertson.
  4. Letters: 1901, from David G. Alsop; 1897, from Alice Atlee.
  5. Letters: 1901-1903, from Anne Baldwin; 1896-1897, from Elizabeth [Graeme] Barbour; 1905, from Mary Beate; n. d., from Bertha [Berneut?]; 1893-1899, from Helen R. Biddle.
  6. Letters; 1895-1903, from Sue Ann Blake; 1893, from Frances A. Brooks; 1898-1899, from Anne D. Brown.

Box 20

Emma Cadbury Jr. (1875-1965)
Letters, 1887-1922, written to Emma Cadbury Jr., primarily from school and college friends (correspondents "C - L").
[Note: these folders are arranged alphabetically by last name of letter writer]

  1. Letters, 1895-1903, from Rebekah M. Chickering.
  2. Letters: 1903, from Hannah Collins; n. d., from Mrs. William H. Collins; 1899, from Mrs. James A. Cook; 1899, from Josephine J. Cooke; 1922, from Mary S. Cooper; 1903, from Frances E. Coxe.
  3. Letters: 1919, from Benjamin S. DeCou; 1887, from Harry Dellow; 1887-1895, from Anne Pim Dillingham; 1895, from Lydia Beede Dillingham. Letters: 1887, from Anna [Eastham?]; 1898, from Anna Cope Evans; 1916, from Anna S. W. Evans; 1894-1902, from Grace Evans.
  4. Letters: 1893, from Ella Gardner; 1897, from Mary Rhoads Garrett; 1898, from [Bessie K. Gaul?]; 1889, from Claudia Elizabeth Gause; 1895-1897, from Ida E. Gifford; 1897, from Vincent Gilpin.
  5. Letters: 1896, from Freddy H.; 1904, from Mary K. Harvey; 1897, from Elizabeth B. Higginson; 1895-1905, from Hannah K. Howell; n. d., from Abby Kirk; 1897, from Alice Kite; 1888, from Rebecca Kite; 1898, from Anna B. Lawther; 1897, from Edith Lawrence; 1903, from Grace Lawrence; 1899-1902, from Sarah B. Leeds; 1901, from Abby A. Longstreth; 1897, from Edward R. Longstreth.

Box 21

Emma Cadbury Jr. (1875-1965)
Letters, 1884-1923, written to Emma Cadbury Jr., primarily from school and college friends (correspondents "M - Z").
[Note: these folders are arranged alphabetically by last name of letter writer]

  1. Letters: 1898, from Annie Mickle; 1905, from Anna M. Moore; 1922, from Mary M. Newhall; 1890, from Hannah W. Ogden; 1893-1897, from Ullericke H. Oberg.
  2. Letters: 1893, from Clara Parigot; 1890, from Emma B. Passmore; 1897-1898, from Mollie Peckham; 1919, from Elizabeth S. R.; 1921, from Alice C. Rhoads; 1895, from Mrs. Joseph R. Rhoads; 1895, from Mrs. Joseph L. Richards.
  3. Letters: 1897 [includes photographs of Bryn Mawr College and students], from E. S.; 1923, from Rebecca W. Saur; 1894, from J. Henry Scattergood; 1905, from Maria Chase Scattergood; 1902, from Thomas Scattergood; 1902, from David Scull; 1895, from Mabel A. [Secule?]; 1884-1905, from Anna M. Shinn; 1903, from Susan G. Shipley; 1884, from Anna C. [Sisty?].
  4. Letters: 1888-1903, from Alice Kite Smedley; 1901, from Jonathan M. Steere; 1904, from Amy E. Sturge.
  5. Letters: 1902, from Agnes L. Tierney; 1890, from Nellie Trimble.
  6. Letters: 1897, from Anna Erwina West; 1897, from [N. Nelson] L. West; 1887, from Anna Woolman; 1887, from Jennie J. Wetherell; 1888, from R. B. Wistar; 1897, from Stanley Rhoads Yarnall; 1895, from Helen M. Zebley.

Box 22

Emma Cadbury Jr. (1875-1965)
Letters, n. d. and 1894-1934, written to Emma Cadbury Jr.
[Note: these letters are primarily written to ECjr, in some cases there may also be copies of her outgoing correspondence filed with related letters. Letters are arranged chronologically.]

  1. Letter, not dated [but ca. WWII?]
  2. Letters and invitations, 1894-1899.
  3. Letters, 1899, from Sister Mary Raphael [recommendation for teaching position]
  4. Letters, 1901.
  5. Letters, 1902 [includes letters related to July "Wyldemere Conference" in Mass.; includes letters by Emma Cadbury Jr.]
  6. Letters, 1903 [includes letters originally labeled "Typhoid 4-1903" letters, when Emma Cadbury Jr. was ill]
  7. Letters, 1910-1919, related to Emma Cadbury Jr. being recorded as a minister, action of the Select Meeting - Spring 1911 and other times.
  8. Letter, 1916.
  9. Letters, 1920-1922.
  10. Correspondence, 1923, with Wilbur K. Thomas related to Emma Cadbury Jr. leaving for Europe.
  11. Letters, 1924, related to Emma Cadbury Jr. going to Europe, includes letters from AFSC.
  12. Letters, 1927-1933.
  13. Letter, 1934, from Riki Teller.

Box 23

Emma Cadbury Jr. (1875-1965)
Letters, 1938-1950, written to Emma Cadbury Jr.
[Note: these are letters written to ECjr (some in German), there are also copies of her outgoing correspondence filed with related letters]

  1. Letters, 1938-1939 related to financial difficulties with her foreign assets on her return to U.S. from Vienna.
  2. Correspondence, 1938-1939, contains letters to ECjr from Vienna, also includes copies of ECjr's letters
    [original folder labeled "Vienna Friends"].
  3. Correspondence, 1938-1944, chiefly letters from English friends and relatives
    [original folder labeled "California" and Ready to File"].
  4. Correspondence, 1938-1950, [original folder marked "Special Letters - Mr. Bollman, Riki Appel, Frau von Haupt, Florence Firth, Rufus M. Jones," note: found no letters from RMJ in here]
  5. Letters, 1939-1941, includes letters from Vienna Office to ECjr [many letters discuss proposed book by Prof. Cizek (children's art)]
  6. Letters, 1939-1941, discuss attempts to publish a book by Prof. Cizek (children's art);
    also typed carbon "Conference with Miss Hurlbutt of the 9th October 1939. Children to America."
    (re: sending non-Aryan children from Germany to U.S.) [original folder marked "EC to Vienna 1939-41"]
  7. Correspondence, 1939-1943, related to her difficulties in sending money to Germany for charitable purposes;
    also corresp. with her friends in Vienna [original folder marked "Vienna Friends"]
  8. Letters, 1939-1944, to ECjr, chiefly from relatives.
  9. Correspondence, 1941-1942, related to attempts to get a birth certificate for ECjr from the state of Pa.

Box 24

Emma Cadbury Jr. (1875-1965)
Letters, 1931-1965, written to Emma Cadbury Jr.
[Note: these are letters written to ECjr (some in German), there are also copies of her outgoing correspondence filed with related letters]

  1. Letters, 1931-1942, from Grace E. Rhoads (Mrs. Wm. E. Rhoads).
  2. Letters, 1941-1965, from Muriel Lester to ECjr.
  3. Letters, 1944-1949, includes letters from Vienna [original folder marked "Letters 1948"].
  4. Correspondence, 1945-1946, includes corresp. with Eleanor Dulles [original folder marked "Requests about Vienna"].
  5. Correspondence, 1945-1946, mostly with Vienna friends.
  6. Letters, 1946, related to "Osterreichische Friedensgesellschaft" includes typed report in German.
  7. Letters, 1947, some from Vienna, also photographs (2).

Box 25

Emma Cadbury Jr. (1875-1965)
Letters, 1945-1952, written to Emma Cadbury Jr.
[from original folder marked "Letters 1947" and "E. Cadbury old mail"]
[Note: these are letters written to ECjr (some in German), there are also some copies of her outgoing correspondence filed with related letters; names of correspondents were added (by ECjr?) to top right corner of letters and letters were filed alphabetically (by ECjr?), this order has been retained below]
Many (most?) of the following letters are concerned with relief efforts in Austria.

  1. Letters, 1946-1948, correspondents "A - B" [chiefly from Vienna friends, also photograph and child's drawing].
  2. Letters, 1946-1952, correspondents "C - L" [chiefly from Vienna friends and AFSC].
  3. Letters, 1947-1948, correspondents "M - R" [chiefly from Vienna friends and AFSC].
  4. Letters, 1945-1948, correspondents "S - Z" [chiefly from Vienna friends and AFSC;

also correspondence with "World Mothers League" and Yale University Press re: book by Prof. Cizek on child art]

Box 26

Emma Cadbury Jr. (1875-1965)
Letters, 1948-1965, written to Emma Cadbury Jr.
[Note: these are letters written to ECjr, chiefly from her family and friends in Vienna (some letters in German), there are also some copies of ECjr's letters filed in. Letters are arranged chronologically.]
Many of the following letters are concerned with conditions in Austria and ECjr's trip to Vienna in April 1948.

  1. Letters, January - April 1948, from Vienna friends, also from family of ECjr wishing her well on her trip to Vienna in April, includes itinerary
  2. Letters, May - June 1948, from Vienna friends, also many letters from ECjr's family [death of Rufus M. Jones in June]
  3. Letters, July - August 1948, from Vienna friends, also letters from her family [death of Rufus M. Jones in June]
  4. Letters, September 1948, from Vienna friends and family [death of brother John W. Cadbury]
  5. Letters, October - December 1948, chiefly from family.
  6. Letters, 1949, from family and Vienna friends.
  7. Letters, 1950-1959, from friends in Vienna [with names added to top of letters by ECjr?], also some from family.
  8. Letters, 1960-1963.
  9. Letters, 1964-1965.

Box 27

Emma Cadbury Jr. (1875-1965)
Papers, chiefly related to Vienna: includes reports from Vienna Centre, correspondence, clippings, notes, memorandums, newspapers, lists of names, essay on Rufus M. Jones, medals, itineraries, autograph book, etc. (some items in German)

  1. Papers, 1924-1947, includes : reports, correspondence, clippings - includes material on deteriorating conditions in Europe and how to proceed [from folder originally marked "Reports from Vienna Centre"].
  2. Papers, ca. 1939-1948, includes : 3 p. typed list re: Hitler Youth in Austria (in German); English and German versions of a broadcast message to Austria; memorandums, includes Austrian Labor Committee in New York recommendations and "The European Question and America" by Richard Coudenhove-Kalergi (1944); ECjr's notes on Austria; correspondence (1939-1947); printed items and clippings, also a newspaper [from folder originally marked "Austria"]
  3. Papers, ca. 1947-1948, chiefly concerned with post-war conditions in Europe, includes material on Czechoslovakia, World Peace, memorandum "Mothers in the U. N. O. by Mathilde Hanzel-Hubner, Vienna" (1947) and "Should Austria have an army of her own?" (1949).
  4. Vienna newspapers, Sept. 2 and 7, 1946.
  5. Lists of names and addresses, ca. 1937-1956, of various organizations connected with Vienna and ECjr, includes : "Joint Club," "Quaker Club," "Vienna Group," "Forum," "Wider Quaker Fellowship in Vienna," "Vienna Soroptimist Club."
  6. "Rufus M. Jones" 1951 essay by ECjr (in German).
  7. Medals (3) given to ECjr.
  8. Trip itineraries, 1929 and 1963.
  9. "Unserer Miss Cadbury" 1934 autograph book ("the red book" referred to in correspondence between Mary Hoxie Jones and Leah Furtmulller, Vienna [filed in Box 34, estate papers, folder 2]

Box 28

Emma Cadbury Jr. (1875-1965)
Diaries, 1893-1919, incomplete (25 volumes: 20 diaries and 5 appointment diaries). Also folder of loose items found with diaries.

Box 29

Emma Cadbury Jr. (1875-1965)
Diaries, 1920-1948 (29 volumes: 18 diaries and 11 appointment diaries)

Box 30

Emma Cadbury Jr. (1875-1965)
Diaries, 1949-1965 (23 volumes: 16 diaries and 7 appointment diaries)

Box 31

Emma Cadbury Jr. (1875-1965)
Address books, AFSC Certificate of Identity, passports, account book, memorandum books, notebook, birthday book and separate index to same.

  1. 15 address books (includes American and European addresses, Christmas card lists, New York City addresses).
  2. Index card file of names and addresses (worldwide).
  3. Index cards with names and addresses and notations of aid sent by ECjr (Austria, Germany).
  4. American Friends Service Committee Certificate of Identity, 1948.
  5. Passports (2), 1956-1961.
  6. Memorandum books (2), 1900-1901 and 1951.
  7. Notebook (notes on 1946 Congress of Women's' International League for Peace and Freedom in Luxembourg).
  8. 1886 Birthday Book (also separate index).
    [on shelf with Box 31: ECjr's card file of U.S. names and addresses]

Box 32

Emma Cadbury Jr. (1875-1965)
Composition notebooks, report cards, Bryn Mawr College entrance exam results, honorary degree from Wilmington College (Ohio).

  1. School composition notebooks (3), 1885-1888.
  2. Report cards, 1884-1893, from Friends Select School for Girls, Friends Select School and "1527 Pine Street."
  3. Bryn Mawr College entrance exam results, 1893.
  4. Honorary degree from Wilmington College, Ohio, 1962 [includes : degree, clippings, correspondence, speech, program, etc.]

Box 33

Emma Cadbury Jr. (1875-1965)
Childhood mementos; poetry notebook; Notebook of life of niece Mary Hoxie Jones, kept by Emma Cadbury Jr.; clippings of articles written by Emma Cadbury Jr.; clippings of articles about Emma Cadbury Jr.; her 80th birthday party (letters and cards to her, lists of guests, clippings re: her and her 80th birthday), misc. papers.

  1. Childhood mementos of Emma Cadbury Jr., includes : "messages from Father and Mother, etc."; invitations; card with bark and shell; booklet on calling card courtesy.
  2. Poetry notebook, 1888.
  3. Notebook of life of Mary Hoxie Jones, kept by Emma Cadbury Jr., 1906-1908
    [only a few pages used, includes drawings laid in, also paper weaving].
  4. Clippings of articles written by Emma Cadbury Jr., 1906, 1910, 1913.
  5. Clippings of articles about Emma Cadbury Jr., 1953-1964.
  6. 80th birthday party for Emma Cadbury Jr., held February 26, 1955
    (letters and cards sent to her, lists of guests, newspaper clippings on ECjr).
  7. Misc. papers.

Box 34

Emma Cadbury Jr. (1875-1965)
Estate related papers.

  1. Sympathy letters on death of Emma Cadbury Jr. (died March 6, 1965, age 90), also material re: memorial service.
  2. Correspondence related to estate of ECjr, with notes on distribution of possessions, also obituaries from papers, ca. 1965-1966 [includes correspondence re: "the red book" in box 81]
  3. Estate papers.
  4. Estate papers.

Box 35

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

  1. Letters, 1901, those numbered 1 - 17 and others, removed from scrapbook, volume 1. Includes letters written by : Emma Cadbury Jr. (1875-1965) ; John W. Cadbury (1880-1948) ; William W. Cadbury (1877-1959); also includes letters of Jane Barrow, Anna K. Cadbury, Benjamin Cadbury, Elizabeth B. Cadbury (later Jones), Henry J. Cadbury, Joel Cadbury Jr., Vincent Gilpin, Sarah B. Leeds, A. K. S. [Alice Kite Smedley]
  2. Letters, 1901, those numbered 18 - 25 and others, removed from scrapbook, volume 2. Includes letters written by : Emma Cadbury Jr. (1875-1965) ; John W. Cadbury (1880-1948) ; William W. Cadbury (1877-1959); also letters of A. D. Barrow, Isabel D. Barrow, Jane Barrow, J. Henry Bartlett, Hannah Cadbury, Mary E. Carter, Daniel Hack, "Sallie" [Sarah B. Leeds].

Emma Cadbury (1920-)

  1. Letters, 1937-1946, of Emma Cadbury (1920-).

with box 35
[wrapped separately on shelf]
Emma Cadbury Jr. (1875-1965)
John W. Cadbury (1880-1948)
William W. Cadbury (1877-1959)

Scrapbook (volume 1) of 1901 trip to England and Europe of Emma Cadbury Jr. (1875-1965), John W. Cadbury (1880-1948), William W. Cadbury (1877-1959) and 1st cousin, Eleanor A. Cadbury (1875-1952). [loose letters in scrapbook removed from pasted in envelopes and placed in folders in box 99]

Scrapbook contains letters (some removed as above, including numbered letters, 1 - 17, written home to family by Emma, John and William), clippings, some photographs, and other ephemera from their trip.

with box 35
[wrapped separately on shelf]
Emma Cadbury Jr. (1875-1965)
John W. Cadbury (1880-1948)
William W. Cadbury (1877-1959)

Scrapbook (volume 2) of 1901 trip to England and Europe of Emma Cadbury Jr. (1875-1965), John W. Cadbury (1880-1948), William W. Cadbury (1877-1959) and 1st cousin, Eleanor A. Cadbury (1875-1952). [loose letters in scrapbook removed from pasted in envelopes and placed in folders in box 99]

Scrapbook contains letters (some removed as above, including numbered letters, 18 - 25, written home to family by Emma, John and William), clippings, some photographs, and other ephemera from their trip.

Box 36

Henry Joel Cadbury (1883-1974)
Letters, 1888-1974, by Henry J. Cadbury (mostly to family), also letters, 1915-1971, to him and letters, 1974, to Mary Hoxie Jones on death of HJC.

  1. Letters, 1888-1905, of Henry J. Cadbury.
  2. Letters, April 1907 - June 1909, of Henry J. Cadbury.
  3. Letters, August 1909 - June 1911, of Henry J. Cadbury (includes photographs).
  4. Letters, 1913-1974, of Henry J. Cadbury (also letter of Lydia Cadbury).
  5. Letters, 1915-1971, to Henry J. Cadbury.
  6. Letters, 1974, to Mary Hoxie Jones, on the death of her uncle, Henry J. Cadbury.

Box 37

Henry Joel Cadbury (1883-1974)
Bible related research notes. Scrapbook of articles, "Letters from the past," (#1-#60)
[HJC used pseudonym "Then and Now"].

  1. "Notes on Luke's style and some inferences about sources" [handwritten mss., ca. 212 pp.]
  2. Scrapbook of his "Letters from the past," #1 - #60, (1941-1944), a few with notes and corrections in HJC's hand.

Box 38

Henry Joel Cadbury (1883-1974)
Scrapbooks : 2 volumes containing clippings of his "Letters from the past" (#61-#239) [HJC used pseudonym "Then and Now"] articles.

  1. "Letters from the past," #61 - #132, (1944-1952), some with notes and corrections in HJC's hand.
  2. "Letters from the past," #133 - #239 (1953-1969), some with notes and corrections in HJC's hand.

Box 39

Henry Joel Cadbury (1883-1974)

Audio tapes, photographs, articles, "Teacher's oath at Harvard," transcriptions of talks, Greg Kannerstein's biographical sketch of HJC, "Then and now" [book] re: papers, some research notes, Cadbury genealogy and misc. papers.

  1. 1. Audio tapes (2) of Henry J. Cadbury.
    1. Talk in the Quaker Collection, Haverford College Library, November 28, 1973.
    2. At Race Street Meeting, December 16, 1973.
  2. Glass negatives and new negatives of Henry J. Cadbury for Friends Journal, 1973.
  3. "The teachers oath at Harvard in 1935," with note at top "A dramatic fiction written by HJC at the time of his [diff]iculty with the teacher's oath" [typed and carbon copy]
  4. Drafts of articles by HJC.
    includes :
    • typed draft of 1972 talk given at Friends Meeting, St. Petersburg, Florida
    • pages 8 and 9 of handwritten article on Quaker history
    • typed draft with corrections, of article on Rufus M. Jones (MHJ notes that this was probably written for an AFSC publication).
  5. Transcription of talks given by HJC.
    includes :
    • at Philadelphia Monthly Meeting Forum series of autobiographical speeches, 1972
    • "Address of HJC at George School, September 29, 1974. His last public address. sent by Wendell Aldred to MHJ, March 28, 1975"
  6. Greg Kannerstein's biographical sketch of HJC, 1974.
    includes :
    • photocopy of typed draft with TLS and clippings of published version.
  7. Photographs of Hollis library collection at Harvard.
  8. "Then and now" - Papers related to publishing the articles as a book.
    includes :
    • letters, notes, etc.
  9. Cadbury family genealogy. Notes, lists and letters to HJC with updated family information, ca. 1970.
  10. Miscellaneous HJC material.
    includes :
    • notes, card file, 1904 teaching contract, 1899 Wm. Penn Charter School commencement program, photographs, etc.

Box 40

Joel Cadbury, Sr. (1799-1870)
Letters, 1807-1870, and other papers.

  1. Correspondence, n. d. and 1807-1819 (includes letter of Charles Brewin)
  2. Letters, 1820-1823.
  3. Letters, 1832-1839.
  4. Letters, 1844-1870.
  5. Business letters, 1841-1868, to and related papers of Joel Cadbury Sr.
  6. Correspondence, 1862-1870, with Charles E. Darby (of Brymbo near Wrexham) related to estate of Jane Enoch.
  7. Misc. papers (poems, bill, photograph, copies of family Bible records etc.) of Joel Cadbury Sr. and Caroline W. Cadbury and family.
  8. Receipts, bills, etc., 1822-1823, of Joel and Caroline W. Cadbury
    (setting up housekeeping after their marriage in 1822).
  9. Account of Mary Hodgson's visit to Joel Cadbury Sr.'s home in 1851, includes :
    original, handwritten transcript, letter to HJC re: above and Hodgson family.

Box 41

Joel Cadbury, Sr. (1799-1870)
Book of Psalms, diary, sketch books.

  1. Book of Psalms, copied by Joel Cadbury, ca. 1819.
  2. Diary, 1820, of Joel Cadbury.
  3. Sketch books of Joel Cadbury. [2 undated books, are these his or son, Joel Cadbury Jr.?]

Box 42

Joel Cadbury Jr. (1838-1923)
Correspondence and other papers, 1854-1865, of Joel Cadbury
[also some correspondence of brother John W. Cadbury filed with JCjr.'s; includes letters from English relatives].

  1. Letters, no dates and 1854-1859, written by Joel Cadbury Jr., also letter to him.
  2. Letters, June - July 1860, written by Joel Cadbury Jr. and brother John W. Cadbury while they were traveling in western U.S.
  3. Letters, 1860, written to Joel Cadbury Jr. and John W. Cadbury from family when they were traveling in western U.S.
  4. Letters, August - December 1860, written by Joel Cadbury Jr. while in England with sisters Sarah and Caroline and brother John W. Cadbury.
  5. Misc. papers related to trip to England, 1860.
  6. Letters, 1860-1861, written to Joel Cadbury Jr. from English relatives during and after his stay in England in 1860 [folder includes list of correspondents].
  7. Letters, 1860-1863, written to Joel Cadbury Jr. chiefly from Richard Esterbrook and Joel Cadbury Sr.; also Caroline W. Cadbury, Sarah Cadbury, Thomas Scattergood, John B. Wood [most of these relate to pen business of Richard Esterbrook & Co. - JC Jr. was a partner].
  8. Letters, 1861, written to Joel Cadbury Jr. and brother John W. Cadbury from English relatives after trip to England in 1860 [folder includes list of correspondents].
  9. Letters, 1861, written by Joel Cadbury Jr.
  10. Letters, 1862, written by Joel Cadbury Jr.
  11. Letter, 1865, written to Joel Cadbury Jr.

Box 43

Joel Cadbury Jr. (1838-1923)
Correspondence and other papers, 1866, of Joel Cadbury Jr. [includes letters from his family].

  1. Letters, April - July 1866, written by Joel Cadbury Jr., while in England.
  2. Letters, August - November 1866, written by Joel Cadbury Jr., while in England.
  3. Letters, May - July 1866, written to Joel Cadbury Jr. from his family while he was in England.
  4. Letters, August - November 1866, written to Joel Cadbury Jr. from his family while he was in England

Box 44

Joel Cadbury Jr. (1838-1923)
Correspondence and other papers, 1866-1869 [includes letters from English relatives]

  1. Letters, 1866, written to Joel Cadbury Jr. from English friends while he was in England. [folder includes list of correspondents]
  2. Letters, 1866, written to Joel Cadbury Jr. from English relatives [family of uncle Benjamin Head Cadbury - the "Pendlehurst cousins" (tree #3)] while he was in England.
  3. Letters, 1866, written to Joel Cadbury Jr. from English relatives (trees #1, 5, 12) while he was in England.
  4. Letters, October - December 1866, written to Joel Cadbury Jr. from English relatives after his return home. [folder includes list of correspondents]
  5. Letters, 1866, written to Joel Cadbury Jr. from his uncle Benjamin Head Cadbury in England re: Esterbrook pen business, etc. [and Freedmens' relief?][also letter to Joel Cadbury Sr.]
  6. Letters, August 5 - September 13, 1867, written by Joel Cadbury Jr. while traveling in western U.S. with his brother-in-law, John E. Carter.
  7. Letters, September 15 - October 10, 1867, written by Joel Cadbury Jr. while traveling in western U.S. with his brother-in-law, John E. Carter.
  8. Letters, 1868-1869, written by Joel Cadbury Jr. to Anna K. Lowry [also letters to sister Emma Cadbury Sr. and letters of Emma Cadbury Sr. to Anna].
  9. Letters, 1868-1869, written to Joel Cadbury Jr. chiefly re: his engagement to Anna K. Lowry. [folder includes list of correspondents]

Box 45

Joel Cadbury Jr. (1838-1923)
Correspondence and other papers, 1870-1889, of Joel Cadbury Jr. [includes letters of family and English relatives]

  1. Letters, 1870-1882, written by Joel Cadbury Jr.
  2. Correspondence, 1877, with cousin Belle Lynde and Samuel W. Lynde re: land transaction.
  3. Letters, 1882, written to Joel Cadbury Jr. from English relatives.
  4. Letters, 1882-1888, written by Joel Cadbury Jr.
  5. Letters, January 1889, written by Joel Cadbury Jr. while in England.
  6. Letters, February - March 1889, written by Joel Cadbury Jr. while in England.
  7. Letters, July - August 1889, written by Joel Cadbury Jr.
  8. Letters, 1889, written to Joel Cadbury Jr. from family while he was in England.
  9. Letters, 1889, written to Joel Cadbury Jr. from English relatives while he was in England and after his return home [folder includes list of correspondents].

Box 46

Joel Cadbury Jr. (1838-1923)
Correspondence and other papers, 1890-1905, of Joel Cadbury Jr.
[includes letters written by Anna K. Cadbury, William W. Cadbury, Charles Darraho]

  1. Correspondence, 1890-1899, written by Joel Cadbury Jr.
  2. Letters, 1899-1900, written to Joel Cadbury Jr. from Charles Darraho.
  3. Letters, 1900-1905, written by Joel Cadbury Jr. [except 1905 trip to England - see next folder]
  4. Letters, April - May 1905, written by Joel Cadbury Jr. and Anna K. Cadbury and son William W. Cadbury while in England.
  5. Letters, June - July 1905, written by Joel Cadbury Jr. and Anna K. Cadbury while in England
    [also letters from home which were sent on with Joel and Anna's letters to William W. Cadbury who had gone to Vienna]
  6. Papers related to 1905 trip to England.
  7. Letters, 1905, written to Joel Cadbury Jr. re: George Grubb fund.

Box 47

Joel Cadbury Jr. (1838-1923)
Correspondence and other papers, 1906-1923, of Joel Cadbury Jr.

  1. Letters, 1906, written to Joel Cadbury Jr. re: visit of John B. Garrett [includes letters from John B. Garrett, Josiah Wistar, Joseph H. Branson, John H. Dillingham]
  2. Letters, 1907, written to Joel Cadbury Jr. from Thomas Scattergood.
  3. Correspondence, 1908, of Joel Cadbury Jr. re: views of George A. Barton [includes letters from George A. Barton, Asa S. Wing, John H. Dillingham, Elizabeth Cadbury, L. C. Wood; also clippings]
  4. Letters, 1909-1923, written to Joel Cadbury Jr. [includes photograph; list of correspondents]
  5. Letters, 1908-1921, written by Joel Cadbury Jr. (includes letter with Anna K. Cadbury).
  6. Correspondence and other papers, related to Joel Cadbury Jr. visit to Lake Mohonk in 1915.
  7. Letters, 1916, written to Joel Cadbury Jr. when he was in the hospital. [folder includes list of correspondents]

Box 48

Joel Cadbury Jr. (1838-1923)

Papers, diary, account book, memorandum book, sketch book, ca. 1856-1918, of Joel Cadbury Jr.

  1. 1. Account book, n. d. [traveling expenses in England and U.S.].
    Memorandum book, ca. 1883-1888 [related to plumbing business].
  2. Drafts of essays, speeches, etc., ca. 1856-189? [5 items, printed letter for publication and handwritten mss.].
  3. Travel diary, 1860-1861 [1860 - western U.S., 1861 - Nassau].
  4. Passports, 1860, 1866, 1905 [3 items].
  5. Documents related to draft, 1862-1863 [3 items].
  6. Misc. printed and manuscript items, ca. 1863-1918 [ca. 26 items].
  7. Invitations, cards, etc., ca. 1866-1914 [ca. 15 items].
  8. "Scenes in the life of Joel Cadbury" 1885 [booklet with drawings, done by sister Emma or daughter Emma?].
  9. Sketch book, ca. 1856-1868.
  10. Misc. papers and mementos, etc.

Box 49

Joel Cadbury Jr. (1838-1923) and Anna K. Cadbury (1846-1923)
Diary, 1872-1888; linen picturebooks, ca. 1871-1872; guest book, 1898-1902; letters, 1919.

  1. Diary, 1872-1888, kept by both Anna K. Cadbury and Joel Cadbury Jr. of their family life and especially the growth and development of their children.
  2. Linen picturebook, ca. 1871-1872 made by both Joel and Anna K. Cadbury for their children [blue covers, ca. 9 1/2" x 10 1/2"; reference to construction of book in their jointly kept diary, above].
  3. Linen picturebook, ca. 1871-1872 made by both Joel and Ann K. Cadbury for their children [brown covers, ca. 10" x 13"; reference to construction of book in their jointly kept diary, above].
  4. Guest book, 1898-1902.
  5. Letters, 1919, to Joel and Anna K. Cadbury, on 50th wedding anniversary.
  6. Bills and receipts, 1869-1870, of Joel and Anna K. Cadbury [setting up housekeeping after their marriage].
  7. Misc. papers, ca. 1898-1908, of Joel and Anna K. Cadbury [menus of parties, pencil drawing of home, clipping, poem, etc.].

Box 50

Joel Cadbury Jr. (1838-1923) and Anna K. Cadbury (1846-1923)
Estate papers of Joel and Anna K. Cadbury and sympathy letters to their family, 1923-1926.

  1. Estate papers, 1923-1926, of Joel and Anna K. Cadbury [they died within 36 hours of each other].
  2. Printed material, 1923, on the death of Joel Cadbury Jr.
  3. Letter, 1923, by Helen Wood Bell, to her aunt Anna B. S. Richie, telling of funeral of Joel and Anna K. Cadbury.
  4. Sympathy letters, 1923, from various business firms on death of Joel Cadbury Jr.
  5. Sympathy letters, 1923, written to Emma Cadbury Jr. after the death of her parents.
  6. Sympathy letters, 1923, written to Benjamin Cadbury after the death of his parents.
  7. Scrapbook pages of sympathy letters, clippings, etc. on deaths of Joel and Anna K. Cadbury; also loose items removed from pages.

Box 51

John Warder Cadbury (1836-1925)

  1. Letters, 1851-1921, of John Warder Cadbury (1836-1925) [includes letter of Frederick Arthur, Jr.]

John Warder Cadbury (1880-1948)
Letters, 1886-1947 of John Warder Cadbury, also diaries.

  1. Letters, 1886-1923, of John Warder Cadbury (1880-1948) (includes letter of wife Rachel Cadbury).
  2. Letters, 1931-1947, of John Warder Cadbury (1880-1948); also letters (1945) to JWC from Elizabeth H. W. Coffin ["Elsie"]; diaries (2) 1904 and 1910.

John W. Cadbury III (1912-1989) "Jack"
Letters, 1933-1963, of John Warder Cadbury III, also photocopy of essays on lives of his parents, clippings.

  1. Photocopy of essays by John Warder Cadbury III on his parents John Warder Cadbury and Rachel R. Cadbury (edited versions appear in John Crosfield's "The Cadbury Family").
  2. Letters, 1933-1963, of John W. Cadbury III (1912-1989) "Jack" (some with wife "Tessa"); also letter of Tom Kelly; also clippings [see boxes 52 and 53 for transcript of diary].

Box 52

John W. Cadbury III (1912-1989)
Diary, 1941-1946.

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

THIS PACKAGE CONTAINS PAGES 1 - 1851 [DIARY PAGING]

Box 53

John W. Cadbury III (1912-1989)
Diary, 1941-1946.

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

THIS PACKAGE CONTAINS PAGES 1852 - 3287 [DIARY PAGING]

Box 54

Joseph Moore Cadbury (1910-1983)

  1. Biographical material on the life of Joseph Moore Cadbury (son of Benjamin and Anna Moore Cadbury).

Lucille Cadbury (1913-1984)

  1. Letters, 1940-1944, of Lucille Cadbury (1913-1984).

Lydia C. Cadbury (1889-1978)

  1. Letters, 1916-1964, of Lydia C. Cadbury (1889-1978) [some letters include Henry J. Cadbury]; also clippings of "A Quaker girlhood" from "Friends Journal" (Nov. - Dec. 1964).

Lydia Shinn Cadbury (1828-1904)

  1. Letters, n. d. and 1886-1901, of Lydia Shinn Cadbury (1828-1904).

Mary Ann Cadbury (1823-1861)
Letters, 1831-1861, of Mary Ann Cadbury, also quilt, notebooks.

  1. Letters, undated and 1831-1861, of Mary Ann Cadbury (1823-1861).
  2. Small patchwork quilt, ca. 1829 (9 3/4" x 10 3/4") with note attached "Mary Ann Cadbury - First work she ever did + said I must send it to 'Grandmother' it was taken off her little doll's bed or else it would not be sent so dirty."
  3. Notebook, ca. 1833, of Mary Ann Cadbury (1823-1861).
  4. Poetry notebook, ca. 1839, of Mary Ann Cadbury (1823-1861).
  5. Poetry notebook, ca. 1841-1860, of Mary Ann Cadbury (1823-1861)
  6. Poetry notebook, ca. 1842, of Mary Ann Cadbury (1823-1861).

Box 55

Olive Cadbury (1887-1958)

Rachel R. Cadbury (1880-1969)

  1. Letters, 1910-1968, of Rachel Cadbury (1880-1969) [some letters include John W. Cadbury]
  2. Letters, 1921-1925, of Rachel Cadbury (1880-1969) to Mary Hoxie Jones.

Rebecca W. Cadbury (1849-1908)

  1. Letters, n. d. and 1876-1895, of Rebecca W. Cadbury (1849-1908).

Richard Cadbury (1825-1897)

  1. Letters, 1866-1876, of Richard Cadbury (1825-1897).

Richard Cadbury (1885-1966)

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

Box 56

Richard Tapper Cadbury (1853-1929)
Letters, photographs and other papers, 1870-1968.

  1. Letters, 1870-1918.
  2. Correspondence, photographs, glass negative, lists and other papers, 1917-1920, related to his Christmas letters to relatives accompanied by reproductions of family photographs, silhouettes. etc.
  3. Misc. material: includes "The King's Highway" by R. Matlack [typed draft of a talk - this was found with other RTC material]

Box 57

Sarah Cadbury (1840-1918)
Letters, autograph album, poetry notebooks, songbooks, travel diary and memorandum book, "A Reminiscent Record of Joel & Caroline Warder Cadbury ..." with annotation and photographs added, "Appendix to A Reminiscent Record ..." and other papers.

  1. Correspondence and related papers, n. d. and 1846-1918 (includes letters of "Sally Paul", Hannah Sheppard, John W. Cadbury).
  2. Photocopies of "Letters from Slabtown, Virginia, 3rd mo. 22nd to 5th mo. 11th, 1866 to her family in Germantown, Pennsylvania by Sarah Cadbury." Also: letter of Youra Qualls re: using excerpts from Sarah Cadbury's Slabtown letters, also typed transcripts.
  3. "Life of a pet pidgeon [sic] by Sarah Cadbury, Philadelphia, 1852" inscribed "To Emma Cadbury, this little volume is inscribed, by her affectionate sister, the authoress. 2nd Month, 29th"
  4. Autograph album, ca. 1857-1882.
  5. Poetry notebook, ca. 1857.
  6. Poetry notebook, ca. 1858-1871.
  7. Songbook, ca. 1855.
  8. Songbook, 1855-1857.
  9. Songbook, ca. 1857-1858.
  10. Songbook, ca. 1859-1875.
  11. Travel diary and memorandum book, ca. 1880.
  12. "Sea Mosses. 1888" booklet of verse and pressed seaweed.
  13. "A reminiscent record of Joel & Caroline Warder Cadbury of Philadelphia and their nine children. 1840-1871. By Sarah Cadbury, 1912." published book with original photographs and numerous annotations added by Sarah Cadbury. Inscribed on flyleaf "Rufus M. and Elizabeth Bartram Jones, 1913."
  14. "Appendix to A reminiscent record of Joel and Caroline Warder Cadbury of Philadelphia. 1840-1871. By Sarah Cadbury. 1913." and "Letters from Slabtown Virginia, 3rd mo. 22nd to 5th mo. 11th, 1866 to her family in Germantown, Philadelphia by Sarah Cadbury" [handwritten with clippings, photographs pasted in] Inscribed on flyleaf "For Elizabeth Bartram Jones, at whose instigation the Reminiscent record and its Appendix have been prepared by her Aunt"
  15. Printing block of "The author in 1905" for "A Reminiscent Record ..."
  16. Painting, ca. 1884-1885, by Sarah Cadbury. Oil on cardboard. 11 x 23.5 cm.

Box 58

Thomas Lloyd Cadbury (1920-) "Lloyd"

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

Warder H. Cadbury (1925-)

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

William Edward Cadbury (1881-1967)

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

William Warder Cadbury (1832-1859)

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

William Warder Cadbury (1877-1959)

  1. Invitation to his wedding reception, 1911. Announcements and brochures of speaking engagements;
  2. clippings, re: him and his wife; poem he wrote, 1942; memorials, 1959.
  3. Letters, 1886-1919.
  4. Letters, 1940-56.
  5. Penn Charter Award of Merit, 1952.

Box 59

Richard T. Cadbury and Elizabeth Head Cadbury family

This box includes the immediate family (parents, brothers and sisters) of Joel Cadbury, Sr. (1799-1870). See Tree 1 in The Cadbury Family by John Crosfield.

  • Richard T. Cadbury (1768-1860)
  • Elizabeth Head Cadbury (1768-1851)
  • Ann Cadbury (1803-1866)
  • Benjamin Head Cadbury (1798-1880)
  • Emma Joel (Cadbury) Gibbins (1811-1905)
  • James Cadbury (1802-1888)
  • Jesse Cadbury (1805-1818)
  • Maria Cadbury (1800-1887)
  • Sarah Cadbury (1797-1878)

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

  1. Letters, ca. 1811-1817, of Richard T. Cadbury (1768-1860).
  2. Correspondence, 1818-1851, of Richard T. Cadbury (1768-1860).
    includes:
    • letter of Thomas Pole
    • photographs
  3. Account book of trip, 1820; also card with signature of Richard T. Cadbury (1768-1860).
  4. Portraits of Richard T. Cadbury (1768-1860), Elizabeth Head Cadbury (1768-1851) and family.
    includes:
    • copies of silhouettes, photograph, photocopies, etc.
  5. Letters, 1792-1824, of Elizabeth Head Cadbury (1768-1851); also poem, 1790 [copy?]
  6. Autograph album, 1835-1865, of Ann Cadbury (1803-1866).
  7. Letters, 1836-1878, of Benjamin Head Cadbury (1798-1880).
    includes:
    • letters to nephew Joel Cadbury Jr. re: Richard Esterbrook pen business
    • death notice
  8. Autograph album, 1835-1845, of Emma Joel (Cadbury) Gibbins (1811-1905).
  9. Notebook on the life of Emma Joel (Cadbury) Gibbins (1811-1905), by her children Thomas and Emma Gibbins.
  10. Letters, 1862-1887, of James Cadbury (1802-1888).
    includes:
    • letters to brother Joel Cadbury Sr. re: Richard Esterbrook pen business
    • memorial and death notice
    • Sturge family miscellany [James married Lucretia Sturge]
  11. Letter, 1816, of Jesse Cadbury (1805-1818); also account of last illness and death at age 13.
  12. Letters, 1837-1872, of Maria Cadbury (1800-1887).
  13. Autograph album, ca. 1835-1860, of Maria Cadbury (1800-1887).
  14. Letters, 1820-1823 of Sarah Cadbury (1797-1878).

Box 60

Cadbury family (of England)
Cadburys from trees #1 and #3 in John Crosfield's A History of the Cadbury Family:

Tree #1: Descendants of James Cadbury of Culmdavey (for immediate family of Joel Cadbury Sr. - see box)

  • Sarah Moon Cadbury (1736-1811)
  • Henry Cadbury (1767-1813)
  • Joel Cadbury (1763-1811)
  1. Letters, 1800-1802, of Sarah Moon Cadbury (1736-1811) to her daughter, Sarah Moon (Cadbury) Cash (1778-1866).
  2. Photographs and slides of quilt made by Sarah Moon Cadbury (1736-1811); also copies of silhouettes of Sarah Moon Cadbury and Joel Cadbury (1732-1805) of Exeter.
  3. Letters, 1804-1805, of Henry Cadbury (1767-1813) and letters, 1794-1809, of Joel Cadbury (1763-1811).

Clibborn family
Gibbins family
Hack family

  1. Letters, etc. of members of Clibborn family.
  2. Letters, etc. of Gibbins family. Also related Hack family items.

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

  • Candia Wadkin Cadbury (1803-1887)
  • Caroline Cadbury (1842-1928)
  • Elizabeth Head Cadbury (1832-1909)
  • Emma Cadbury (1844-1928)
  • Hannah Cadbury (1830-1904)
  • Joel Cadbury (1838-1916)
  • Maria Hotham Cadbury (1841-1928)
  • Mary Cadbury (1839-1896)
  • Sarah Cadbury (1836-1908)
  1. Letter, 1855, of [Candia Wadkin Cadbury (1803-1887)].
  2. Letters, clippings, death notices and other papers of family of Benjamin Head Cadbury and Candia Wadkin Cadbury:
    Caroline Cadbury (1842-1928), Elizabeth Head Cadbury (1832-1909), Emma Cadbury (1844-1928), Hannah Cadbury (1830-1904), Joel Cadbury (1838-1916), Maria Hotham Cadbury (1841-1928), Mary Cadbury (1839-1896), Sarah Cadbury (1836-1908) [note: the above were known as the "Pendlehurst cousins" of family of Joel and Anna K. Cadbury]
  3. Letter, 1901, of J. Hotham Cadbury (1878-1946); letters, 1901-1902, memorial and published essay "The making of a woman guardian" (1937), of Margaret Christabel Cadbury (1881-1950); also obituary of Margery Patching Cadbury (1886-1960).
  4. Clippings, 1965-1969, from The Friend.

Box 61

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

  1. John Cadbury (1801-1889) : letters, clippings, photograph.
  2. John Cadbury (1834-1866) : extracts from Wm. Hopkins diary showing John Cadbury's presence in Brisbane in 1866.
    [also Sister Maria Cadbury Fairfax (1838-1908)]
  3. Richard Cadbury (1835-1899) m.1 Elizabeth Adlington (1838-1868), m.2 Emma Jane Wilson (1846-1907) : letters, clippings, portrait, drawing. [also son Richard Cadbury (1868-1935) and great-grandchild Richard Benjamin (b. 1950)]
  4. Barrow Cadbury (1862-1958) and family : letters, clippings, portrait, photograph.
  5. Paul S. Cadbury (1895-1984) and family : letters, clippings, portraits, etc.
  6. William Adlington Cadbury (1867-1957) and family : letters, clippings.

Box 62

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

  1. "Joy" Hannah H. Cadbury (b. 1903) m. Christopher Beech Taylor (1904-1984) and family : letters, ca. 1931-1987 (chiefly to Mary Hoxie Jones), clippings, portraits, etc.
  2. "Joy" Hannah H. Cadbury (b. 1903) : letters, 1988-1994, to Mary Hoxie Jones.
  3. Taylor family (children of Joy and Christopher Taylor) : chiefly letters to Mary Hoxie Jones.
  4. Children of Richard Cadbury (1835-1935) : Eveline A. Cadbury (b. 1903) : letters, 1969-1990 (chiefly to Mary Hoxie Jones); David Charles Cadbury (1904-1974) : clippings.
  5. Helen Cadbury (1877-1969) m. Charles McCallon Alexander (1867-1920) and family.
  6. Beatrice Cadbury (1884-1976) m. Cornelis Boeke (1884-1966) and family.

Box 63

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

  1. George Cadbury (1878-1954) m. Edith Caroline Woodall (1876-1935) and family. Includes list George and Mary's grandchildren (c. 1916).
  2. Edward Cadbury (1873-1948) and family. Henry Tylor Cadbury (1882-1952) and family. Mary Isabel Cadbury Wilson (1884-1975) and family. Eleanor Cadbury Crosfield (1885-1959) and family.

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

  1. George Cadbury (1839-1922) : letters, portrait, clippings.
    Scanned Image Letter from George Cadbury to Emma Cadbury, May 26, 1898 (approximately 98K).
  2. Elizabeth Mary (Taylor) Cadbury (1858-1951) : letters, clippings, etc.
  3. Laurence John Cadbury (1889-1982) and family : letters, clippings, portraits, etc.
  4. George Norman Cadbury (1890-1980) and family. Elsie Dorothea (Cadbury) Hoyland (1892-1971) and family.
    Sir Egbert Cadbury (1893-1967) and family. Also Marion Janet (Cadbury) Greeves (1894-1979) and Elizabeth Ursula (Cadbury) Lambert (b. 1906).

Tree #11: Head family [British]

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

Tree #12: Barrow family.

  1. Sarah Cadbury Barrow (1797-1878) and family : letters, clippings, genealogy, etc. Also misc. Barrows.
  2. Louis Barrow (1865-1948) and family : letters, clippings.
  3. Richard Cadbury Barrow (1827-1894) and family : letters, clippings, portraits.

Cadbury family (of England) group letters

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

Box 64

Miscellaneous Cadbury family papers
Genealogy, place names, HAJOCA, Isabella Robinson, "Company C" journal and photographs and other misc. papers.

  1. Cadbury genealogy from envelope marked "Genealogical material - diverse" includes notes, correspondence, charts, printed items, Cadbury Coat of Arms, etc. of Richard T. Cadbury, Henry Joel Cadbury, John W. Cadbury.
  2. Cadbury place names.
  3. HAJOCA Corporation (Haines, Jones and Cadbury).
  4. Isabella Robinson (nurse of Anna K. Cadbury).
    includes:
    • letters
    • trust fund related papers
  5. Miscellaneous Cadbury family papers.
    includes:
    • letters
    • envelopes
    • poem, etc.
  6. "Company C" journal of 1864 trip to Catskills of John W. Cadbury, Thomas Scattergood, Emma Cadbury [Sr.], Sarah S. Carter, Joel Cadbury Jr., Hannah F. Carter, Charles S. Carter and Sarah Cadbury with an account of the trip written by each member of the party. Also photographs, 1865, of above group. ["Ye Chronicles. 1864" on front cover]
  7. Cadbury Brothers [chocolate company] misc. items, includes : postcard, letters (TLS), photograph, clippings.

Box 65

Carter family

  • Alice H. Carter
  • Caroline Warder (Cadbury) Carter (1834-1867)
  • Caroline Carter (b. 1863)
  • Elizabeth Carter (1866-1931)
  • Hannah F. Carter
  • John E. Carter (1838-1922)
  • Sarah Carter (b. 1865)
  • Sarah S. Carter

Letters, and other papers, 1852-1968.

  1. Letters, 1899, of Alice H. Carter.
  2. Letters, n. d. and 1852-1855, of Caroline Warder (Cadbury) Carter (1834-1867).
  3. Letters, 1880-1897, of Caroline Carter (b. 1863) [dau. of John E. and Caroline Carter]
  4. Letters, 1899-1931, of Elizabeth Carter (1866-1931) [dau. of John E. and Caroline Carter]
  5. Letters, 1869-1918, of John E. Carter (1838-1922).
  6. Letter, 1890, of Sarah Carter (b. 1865) [dau. of John E. and Caroline Carter]; postcard of Sarah Carter and Hannah F. Carter, 1910.
  7. "Account of a visit to Richmond and elsewhere - 3rd. mo. 1866" by Sarah S. Carter [sister of John E. Carter] [typed transcript with intro. note of Elizabeth Rhoads; also 1968 ALS of V. [Mete?? Mrs. Robt. W. Claiborne??] to HJC re: same]

Box 66

Foulke family

  1. "Foulke papers" and "B.B. Long papers." [on original wrapper]
    These are legal papers, ca. 1845-1851, presumably sent to Joel Cadbury Sr. - excerpt from ALS (3/18/1850) of Burgess B. Long to Joel Cadbury, states "Sister Mary tells me that you have - or will become her trustee, I therefore send you the enclosed papers - sincerely hoping that there will be a speedy end to my anxieties and vexations, and thanking you for your friendly intervention ..."
  2. "Foulke papers" (Ledger, ca. 1893-1903, of Charles M. Foulke).
  3. Marriage settlement, Evan Griffith and Jane Jones, 1707.
    [copy, with notation "Jane Jones was daughter of John Cadwaleder. Note Edward Foulke one of parties to settlement"].

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