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Haverford College
Quaker and Special Collections

Jones-Cadbury Family Papers, ca. 1770-1994

Ms. Coll. 1172

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Index

Box 67 | Box 68 | Box 69 | Box 70 | Box 71 | Box 72 | Box 73 | Box 74 | Box 75 | Box 76 | Box 77 | Box 78 | Box 79 | Box 80 | Box 81 | Box 82 | Box 83 | Box 84 | Box 85 | Box 86 | Box 87 | Box 88 | Box 89 | Box 90 | Box 91 | Box 92 | Box 93 | Box 94 | Box 95 | Box 96 | Box 97 | Box 98 | Box 99 | Box 100 | Box 101 | Box 102

Box 67

Jones family
Jones family genealogy.

  1. Jones family genealogy charts and notebooks.
    includes:
    • 9 rolled-up charts with information on various branches of Jones family (note of MHJ "Original Jones charts")
    • 3 p. of notes on family of Thomas and Thankful Jones
    • 3 notebooks of Jones family genealogy labeled by MHJ "Original notebooks of Geneva Whitney Johnson"
  2. Thomas and Thankful Jones family genealogy, written by Mary Hoxie Jones (typed).
  3. "Historical and biographical sketch of the Jones family" (photocopy?).

Box 68

Jones family
Jones family deeds, ca. 1799-1864.

  1. Jones family deeds, ca. 1799-1864, China, Maine and vicinity, labeled on cover "Old deeds belonging to Rufus M. Jones."
    [For map of South China, Maine, made by Mary Hoxie Jones following Rufus Jones's directions c. 1945, see Ms. Coll. 990. Map shows South China as it was when Rufus was young, "about 1868 and on."]

Elizabeth B. (Cadbury) Jones (1871-1952)
Letters, n. d. and 1883-1949, written by Elizabeth B. (Cadbury) Jones (m. 1902 Rufus M. Jones).

  1. Letters, n. d. and 1883-1891.
  2. Letters, 1894.
  3. Letters, 1895.
  4. Letters, 1896-1899 [includes letter of Benjamin Cadbury].
  5. Letters, 1900-1918, and wedding invitation.
  6. Letters, 1931-1945.
  7. Letters, 1946-1949.
  8. Unused postcards found in with Elizabeth B. Jones's correspondence box. Chiefly of Richmond, Indiana, and Millville, Pennsylvania.

Box 69

Elizabeth B. (Cadbury) Jones (1871-1952)
Letters, 1950-1952, written by Elizabeth B. (Cadbury) Jones [m. 1902 Rufus M. Jones] and letters, 1908-1951, written to EBJ.

  1. Letters, 1950.
  2. Letters, 1951-1952.

Letters written to Elizabeth B. Jones.

  1. Letters, 1937-1939, from Fung Kei [see Mary Hoxie Jones, box 74 for additional Kei letters].
  2. Letters, 1938, from Susan [?}.
  3. Letters, 1946-1951, from Hanna Happich.
  4. Letters, 1935-1951, from Gertrude Happich, Ludwig Happich and Marie Happich.
  5. Letter from Olive Warner, 9/24/1948 (Durban, S. Africa).
  6. Letters, 1921, to EBJ on her 50th birthday.
  7. Letters, 1935, to EBJ regarding New Year's Day Cadbury family party.
  8. Letters, 1908-1949, to EBJ from various persons.
  9. Wedding invitations to EBJ.

Box 70

Elizabeth B. (Cadbury) Jones (1871-1952)
Diaries, notebooks, autograph book, memorandum book, address books, notes on travel.

  1. Diaries, 1887, 1900, 1926-1927, 1938, 1941, 1942 (6 volumes).
  2. Notebooks, n.d., n.d. [on religion, race relations, etc.], ca. 1904 [household], ca. 1929 [Chinese culture] (4 volumes).
  3. Memorandum book, ca. 1924-1949.
  4. Autograph book, ca. 1881-1884.
  5. Address books (4 volumes; includes European and Chinese addresses).
    Also loose pages with names, addresses and phone #s.
  6. Notes on trip to Japan [19??].

Box 71

Elizabeth B. Jones (1871-1952)
Papers, including school essays, drawing book, lectures, college related items, sympathy letters on death of, etc.

  1. Childhood mementos : Valentines, cards, juvenile tracts, drawing book (1878), membership in W.C.A.
  2. Bryn Mawr College material (chiefly printed).
  3. School and college essays, ca. 1885-1893. Notebooks of class notes, college courses, "Register of recitations" (Friends Select School for Girls), graduation invitation (1888).
  4. Drafts of essays and lectures given by EBJ, ca. 1898-1933.
  5. Clipping of obituary, 1952, and sympathy letters to Emma Cadbury Jr. on death of her sister, Elizabeth B. Jones.

Box 72

Mary Hoxie Jones
Biographical, silhouette, travel diary, misc. material of Mary Hoxie Jones.

  1. Autobiography of Mary Hoxie Jones and correspondence with John Crosfield related to his book on Cadbury family.
    includes:
    • Autobiographical sketches of Mary Hoxie Jones with copy of cover letter (Jan. 16, 1985) sent to John Crosfield for Cadbury family book [4 typed drafts].
    • Correspondence (1984-1985) with John Crosfield regarding work on his Cadbury Family book.
  2. Autobiographical material and clippings of articles on Mary Hoxie Jones.
    includes:
    • Autobiographical sketch of Mary Hoxie Jones prepared for Poetry Society of America, 1980 [typed]
    • 1939 newspaper clipping
    • photocopy of 1990 article on Mary Hoxie Jones
    • 1980 issue of Quaker Life with brief sketch of Mary Hoxie Jones [with related corresp.]
    • 1986 issue of Friends Journal (special issue on aging) with contribution from Mary Hoxie Jones to article [with related corresp.]
    • 1987 issue of Friends Journal with article on Mary Hoxie Jones
    • "Mary Hoxie Jones, Chronology" ca. 1992
  3. Silhouette of Mary Hoxie Jones, July 27, 1985 cut by Kaye Housel at St. Giles Church, Jefferson, Me. on MHJ's 81st birthday. [acc.#4782]
  4. Baldwin School material.
    includes:
    • "The Milestone" [a publication of students of Baldwin School] for Feb. 12, 1920 (vol. VI, no. 3) with poem "The dreamland ship" by Mary Hoxie Jones
    • "Class notes" for the class of '22 [Mary Hoxie Jones is class secretary] with information on various classmates with letter from Baldwin (1984) to Mary Hoxie Jones re: same
    • "Reminiscences of Baldwins 1916-1922 by Mary Hoxie Jones" with note "Not sure of date, about 1984" [typed carbon draft of essay; excerpts from this appear in issue of "The Baldwin Echoes" below]
    • clipping and issue of "The Baldwin Echoes, Summer 1984, Reunion" [for Mary Hoxie Jones's Baldwin School diploma, see Ms. Coll. 990.
  5. Haverford Friends School material.
    includes:
    • "Spider Web 1987 Alumni/ae" with poem "Ode to H.F.S. on the occasion of the fiftieth anniversary celebration (1885-1935)" by Mary Hoxie Jones
  6. Travel diary of trip to Canton, China in 1932 [only a few pages used]
  7. Passports (8) and related documents, 1933-1978.
  8. Miscellaneous material : American Museum in Britain.
    includes:
    • Printed material and clippings re: the American Museum in Britain; also TLS (1989) to Mary Hoxie Jones re: her gift of a coverlet appearing in a Museum publication.

Box 73

Mary Hoxie Jones
Letters from Mary Champney (d. 1950), not dated, 1948-1950, to Mary Hoxie Jones. Arranged chronologically.

  1. Misc. letters with incomplete dates or not dated, envelopes without letters, ALS [Jan. 1930s?] from George [?].
  2. Letters, January - May, 1948.
  3. Letters, June - August, 1948.
  4. Letters, September - December, 1948.
  5. Letters, January - April, 1949.
  6. Letters, May - August, 1949 (also photograph).
  7. Letters, September - December, 1949.
  8. Letters, January - April, 1950 (also photographs).
  9. Letters May - August, 1950.
  10. Letters, September - December, 1950.

Box 74

Mary Hoxie Jones
Letters to Mary Hoxie Jones from Fung Kei, Elizabeth Gray Vining, Jimmy Carter and others, also letters by Mary Hoxie Jones.

  1. Letters, 1928-1935, of Fung Kei (of the Yhet Wah Middle School, Macao) to Mary Hoxie Jones; also photographs and printed material related to the school.
  2. Correspondence, 1981-1992, related to possible project on John Wilhelm Rowntree. Includes letters of Horace Alexander, Tom Kennedy, Jean Rowntree, Jo Vellacott and Roger Wilson; also notes, clipping and articles, includes: "The Quaker Renaissance and the Origins of the Modern British Peace Movement, 1895-1920," and "History and Religious Revival : the vision of John Wilhelm Rowntree" both by Thomas C. Kennedy.
  3. Letters, 1984-1992, of Elizabeth Gray Vining to Mary Hoxie Jones.
  4. Correspondence, 1985-1986, of Mary Hoxie Jones with persons requesting copies of Rufus M. Jones' books includes letters of Jane R. Smiley, Carl L. Cooper and Don Smith (Cooper and Smith want copies of her father's books).
  5. Misc. letters to Mary Hoxie Jones (correspondents "A - M") includes list of correspondents.
  6. Misc. letters to Mary Hoxie Jones (correspondents "N - Z") includes list of correspondents.
  7. Letters by Mary Hoxie Jones, ca. 1910-1987.

Box 75

Mary Hoxie Jones
Fourth World Conference of Friends, held at Guilford College, July 24 - August 3, 1967 and Friends World Committee for Consultation, also held at Guilford, August 3 - 6, 1967.

  1. Papers
    includes:
    • photographs
    • printed newsletters
    • clippings
    • lists of attendees
    • minutes
    • brochures and other "handouts" from the Conference.
    • material related to Friends World Committee for Consultation, Tenth Triennial Meeting, Guilford College, August 3 - 6, 1967
  2. "Subcommittee on the Arts" material
    includes:
    • correspondence of Mary Hoxie Jones with various Friends related to subcommittee planning
    • follow-up letters after Conference
    • clippings
    • material on Quaker poets
    • Poetry Interest Group at Conference
    • reports
    • photograph, etc.
  3. Newspaper clippings on the Conference, mounted on looseleaf paper and placed in 3-ring binder (binder discarded).
  4. Clippings and published material: journals and other periodicals reporting on the Conference.
  5. Notebook kept by Mary Hoxie Jones during Conference, with notes on various sessions, etc.

Box 76

Mary Hoxie Jones
Speeches and talks, arranged chronologically under subject.

QUAKERS AND VARIOUS ASPECTS OF QUAKER EXPERIENCE:

  1. "A great time"
    speech on relationship between religion and modern life given at Young Friends Conference in Oskaloosa, Iowa, 1927 [typed draft].
  2. "Devotional talks given at Canada Y. M. June-July 1941" (label on original folder by Mary Hoxie Jones) includes:
    • "Difficulties in the way of worship" [typed and handwritten drafts]
    • "The background of Quaker worship" [typed draft]
    • [untitled] remarks on recent death of Thomas R. Kelly (as a preface to talk on Quaker worship) [2 typed drafts]
    • "Worship as a preparation for service" [typed draft]
  3. "A brief survey of American Quakerism"
    speech given at Essex and Suffolk Q. M. Colchester, June 14, 1952 [carbon draft with corrections].
  4. [untitled] speech on history of Quakerism
    speech given at Friends House [London], Sunday, July 13, 1952 and at New Vienna, Ohio, March 21, 1954 [typed and carbon drafts].
  5. "An evaluation of American Quakerism today"
    speech given at "Jordans [Meeting, [July 19, 1952 / Germantown, Feb. 14, 1954" [2 typed drafts (different), also a compilation of survey results to questions on state of American Quakerism from prominent Quakers including Henry J. Cadbury, Harold J. Chance, William W. Comfort, Douglas V. Steere, Barnard Walton and others used in preparation of her talk].
  6. [untitled] speech on "windows" [in the spiritual sense]
    speech given by Mary Hoxie Jones [April, ca. 1959?, typed draft].
  7. "Rufus M. Jones as a mystic"
    speech given to "First Methodist Church, Germantown, Oct. 30, 1960 [typed carbon draft with corrections].
  8. [untitled] discusses Quaker faith in difficult times
    speech with note of Mary Hoxie Jones "speech by MHJ at Australia General Meeting Friends School, Hobart, Tasmania" Jan. 2, 1962 [text indicates she is speaking to "Summer School of Friends in New Zealand"].
  9. [untitled] speech on "self-evaluation"
    speech intended for a Quaker audience [ca. 1964? typed and carbon drafts, also preliminary partial draft].
  10. "A family of Friends"
    speech discusses J. Barnard Walton, Mary Hoxie Jones's experiences visiting Yearly Meetings in Kenya, South Africa, Australia and other meetings elsewhere; given at Southeastern Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends (Barnard Walton Lecture, March 28, 1964) [typed carbon draft with corrections, also TLS (April 2, 1964) from Alfred Hartwig].
  11. [untitled] on history of Quakerism
    speech dated May 4, 1965 [typed draft; from context, probably given to an English audience].
  12. "Rufus Matthew Jones"
    talk given at Kendal (1980), Crosslands (1986), Pond Mtg (1986), Hockessin Mtg (1987) and Abington Mtg (1989) [2 photocopies of typed drafts of talks, with corrections].
  13. "Eli and Sybil Jones"
    speech given at China, Maine, [Commemoration] Day, 1983 [typed and photocopied drafts].
  14. [untitled] autobiographical
    speech given at Kendal, Nov. 23, 1983 as part of "Pre Kendal Memories" program [typed and carbon draft with note from S. Francis Nicholson inviting Mary Hoxie Jones to participate in above program].
  15. "Material re: Haverford Meeting - MHJ's Forum talk 1979 - and at Celebrations on Nov. 18, 1984 - V. Webber obituary" [Original folder labeled by Mary Hoxie Jones]
    includes:
    • "Virginia Jones Webber: 1884-1984" memorial essay [2 (different) typed and carbon drafts; also published version in The Haverford Meeting Messenger" Jan. 1985]
    • "Memorable members of Haverford Meeting" talk given Nov. 18, 1984 [2 typed drafts, also published version of talk which appeared in "The Haverford Meeting Messenger" Jan. 1985 (included)]
    • Mary Hoxie Jones's notes, photocopies, etc. [used to prepare 1984 talk on "Memorable Members" of Haverford Meeting?]
    • [untitled] Mary Hoxie Jones talk on Haverford Monthly Meeting and China Monthly Meeting [ca. June 1984, typed draft]
  16. "Friends in New England"
    talk given at the New Hampshire Gathering of Friends (under care of Monadnock Friends Meeting), July 14, 1984 at The Meeting School, Ridge, N.H. [2 (different) typed drafts with corrections and related correspondence].
  17. "Remembering ivy, remembering stone"
    talk given on memories of Haverford's campus, with note of Mary Hoxie Jones "Symposium on May 19, 1985 at Haverford College" [photocopy].
  18. Material to be read regarding Daisy Newman at her funeral.

Box 77

Mary Hoxie Jones
Speeches and talks, arranged chronologically under subject (cont.)

POETRY RELATED:

  1. untitled drafts (2) on writing and poetry
    includes:
    • [untitled] with note of Mary Hoxie Jones "This was a speech to Ruth Dewees Book Club, about 1959" [or 1957?, typed draft with corrections: this is original of carbon submitted to Pendle Hill Pamphlets below in 1958]
    • draft of talk on poetry submitted to Pendle Hill Pamphlets, with TLS (5/12/1958) from same to Mary Hoxie Jones
  2. ["Quaker poets, past & present"]
    includes:
    • photocopies
    • clippings
    • notes
    • typed list of poets used by Mary Hoxie Jones in preparing her talk
    • [ca. 1973? original folder labeled by Mary Hoxie Jones "Ms. material Quaker Poets Past & Present"]
  3. ["Friends and Poetry"] material used in preparation and draft of talk
    includes:
    • photocopies
    • clippings
    • notes
    • correspondence
    • list of Quaker poets
    • preliminary handwritten drafts used in preparation of her speech for the British Friends Historical Society, August 19, 1974 [this speech was published as a pamphlet in 1975 by Pendle Hill; original folder labeled by Mary Hoxie Jones "Material (draft) for Quaker Poetry - Friends Historical Society - York, England - 1974"]
    • "Friends and poetry" speech for Friends Historical Society, York, England August 19, 1974 with correspondence of Pendle Hill related to publishing same
      Scanned Image Excerpt (page 13) from "Friends and Poetry," a speech given at Friends Historical Society, York, England, by Mary Hoxie Jones on August 19, 1974 (approximately 130K).
  4. [untitled] part of "Three writers on writing" weekend held at Pendle Hill, January 27-29, 1978. Mary Hoxie Jones, Daisy Newman and Elizabeth Gray Vining were the three writers
    includes:
    • 3 typed drafts of Mary Hoxie Jones's speech
    • list of those attending, notes, etc.
    • correspondence related to the event, including letters from Vining and Newman
  5. ["Christina Georgina Rosetti"]
    includes:
    • notes and handwritten draft of talk, with note of Mary Hoxie Jones that talk was intended for "Poets Walk In" on Jan. 19, 1982 but was canceled due to weather

Box 78

Mary Hoxie Jones
Articles, essays, book chapters by Mary Hoxie Jones (mss.), includes: biographical writings about Quakers (including Rufus M. Jones); American Friends Service Committee. Arranged alphabetically by subject.

BIOGRAPHICAL WRITINGS ABOUT QUAKERS:

  1. Dewees, Susan J.
    "Susan J. Dewees" memorial, 2 copies of typed carbon draft [June 1953; published The Friend, 7/23/1953]
    [for MHJ's writings on Henry Joel Cadbury, see box 79]
  2. Jones, Eli and Jones, Sybil
    "Eli and Sybil Jones" typed draft with numerous corrections [not dated]
  3. Jones, Sybil
    "material re: Sybil Jones by MHJ for Dictionary of Notable Women" 1962 corresp. re: to above entry for "Notable American Woman, 1607-1950: a biographical dictionary"
  4. Jones, Lowell Coutant and Jones, Rufus M.
    "Lowell Coutant Jones: January 23, 1892 - July 2, 1903" [typed carbon draft of chapter on RMJ and his son intended for a book edited by J. Edgar Williams on parents dealing with death of children, ca. 1953; includes corresp. with Williams]
  5. Jones, Rufus M.
    "Rufus Matthew Jones by Mary Hoxie Jones" typed carbon draft [preface dated 1953] with corrections and annotations, note of Mary Hoxie Jones on original envelope "RMJ Ms. put as a pamphlet by Friends Home Service London 1955" [note: this differs from draft in folder 6]
  6. Jones, Rufus M.
    "Rufus Matthew Jones by Mary Hoxie Jones" typed carbon draft [preface dated 1953] with corrections and annotations, note of Mary Hoxie Jones on original envelope "Ms. of RMJ pamphlet" [note: this differs from draft in folder 5]
    Also includes: "Rufus M. Jones" 3 published reviews of above, printed as a pamphlet by Friends Home Service Committee, 1955 [clippings and "Science of thought review" for Sept. 1955]
  7. Jones, Rufus M.
    "Rufus M. Jones (June 16, 1848 - June 16, 1958)" typed carbon draft with note of Mary Hoxie Jones "for Friends Journal" [published June 7, 1958]
  8. Swift, Arthur Henry
    "Arthur Henry Swift" typed draft [not dated] [Swift (1866-1909) missionary in Jamaica]
  9. Vining, Elizabeth Gray
    "Elizabeth Gray Vining: the measure of a life" draft of chapter for book edited by Leonard Kenworthy ["Living in the Light: Some Quaker Pioneers of the 20th century" (1984)]; includes corresp. (1982-1983) with Kenworthy and Elizabeth Gray Vining.
  10. Yarnall, Elizabeth Biddle
    "Elizabeth Biddle Yarnall: March 22, 1897 - March 25, 1975" typed carbon draft of memorial with note of Mary Hoxie Jones "Pendle Hill Board minute April 1975"
  11. Yarnall, Robert
    [untitled] typed carbon draft [incomplete? undated] re: Robert Yarnall and Pendle Hill

AMERICAN FRIENDS SERVICE COMMITTEE:

  1. "The American Friends Service Committee"
    3 typed and carbon drafts of a chapter for proposed volume by P. Henry Lotz; includes 2 letters (1939) from Lotz; Mary Hoxie Jones's research notes [this material labeled by Mary Hoxie Jones as "never used"]
  2. "Philadelphia Yearly Meeting and American Friends Service Committee"
    4 drafts (typed, carbon, handwritten and photocopied; all with annotations) of chapter on AFSC which appeared in "Friends in the Delaware Valley" (1981) with related correspondence (1980-1981).

Box 79

Mary Hoxie Jones
Articles, essays, book chapter and other material related to Henry Joel Cadbury (1883-1974).

  1. "Notes on Henry Cadbury lectures to Women's Fellowship, Haverford Meeting - 1964? (not very good notes)" [MHJ].
    includes:
    • loose notebook pages (1964?)
    • notebook (1967)
  2. Articles written by MHJ on Henry J. Cadbury.
    includes:
    • "Now and then or Henry J. Cadbury on his ninetieth birthday, December 1, 1973" [typed carbon draft, also printed clipping of same from "Friends Journal"]
    • "Henry J. Cadbury, December 1, 1883 - October 7, 1974" [typed carbon draft and printed minute, AFSC, Nov. 1, 1974]
  3. Festschrift honoring Henry J. Cadbury's 22 years as American Friends Service Committee chairman. "Then and now, Quaker essays : historical and contemporary, by friends of Henry Joel Cadbury on his completion of twenty-two years as chairman of the American Friends Service Committee. Edited by Anna Brinton."
    includes:
    • correspondence of Mary Hoxie Jones with Anna Brinton and others concerning above, 1959-1960
    • drafts of essays from various contributors to the above volume
  4. "Henry J. Cadbury : A biographical sketch" by Mary Hoxie Jones, Jan. 1960. Note: this was published in 1960 as a chapter in "Then and now, Quaker essays : historical and contemporary, by friends of Henry Joel Cadbury ...
    includes:
    • notes for above and 2 typed drafts with corrections

Box 80

Mary Hoxie Jones
Articles, essays, book chapters by Mary Hoxie Jones (mss.) topics include: Friends in China; Friends School, Haverford; South China, Maine. Also spiritual essays, book reviews and editorials, play "The King's missive," poetry, essays. Arranged by subject.

FRIENDS IN CHINA:

  1. "One hundred years of Anglo-American cooperation medical service in China"
    typed draft [not dated but ca. 1935]

FRIENDS SCHOOL, HAVERFORD:

  1. [untitled] for "The Friends School, Haverford"
    typed carbon draft of essay [1984] labeled by Mary Hoxie Jones "For Miriam Brown's book 'The Friends School, Haverford'" ["The Friends School, Haverford, 1885-1985" by Miriam Jones Brown, 1985]

SOUTH CHINA, MAINE:

  1. "Draft material for South China - Jones History"
    includes: Mary Hoxie Jones's notes, correspondence with Mrs. C. N. Webber, "Punch" Grow, photocopy of Mary Hoxie Jones's chapter titled "The descendants of Thomas and Thankful Jones who settled in the town of China, Maine between 1804 and 1814 and their families who lived in China, China Neck, South China, Dirigo and Branch Mills by Mary Hoxie Jones, 7th generation from Thomas and Thankful Jones" [ca. 38 pp.], handwritten and typed working drafts, etc. [this is material from above labeled 1st of 2 envelopes]
  2. "Draft material for South China - Jones History"
    includes: Mary Hoxie Jones's notes, correspondence (1971-1973) with Marion Thurlow, Mary Grow, Marguerite G. Jones re: writing town of China, Me.'s history, typed draft of chapter on Jones family titled "The descendants of Thomas and Thankful Jones who settled in the town of China, Maine between 1804 and 1814 and their families who lived in China, China Neck, South China, Dirigo and Branch Mills by Mary Hoxie Jones, 7th generation from Thomas and Thankful Jones" [ca. 47 pp.]; also material on China, Me. by others [this is material from above labeled 2nd of 2 envelopes]
  3. [untitled] on South China, Me.
    typed draft of essay on life in South China, Me. [undated but ca. 1945?]

SPIRITUAL IN NATURE:

  1. "Monotony"
    handwritten essay [not dated]
  2. "Mysticism in Dante"
    typed draft [not dated] (a college paper?)
  3. "O spring, I know thee"
    typed carbon draft [not dated]
  4. "Unexpected glories"
    typed carbon draft [not dated] of essay on finding the unexpected joys in life (intended for a Friends newsletter?)

BOOK REVIEWS:

  1. "Henry T. Hodgkin, a memoir" by H. G. Wood (1937)
    typed carbon of a book review [published Friends Intelligencer 11/20/1937]
  2. "Let this life speak, the legacy of Henry J. Cadbury by Margaret Hope Bacon"
    typed review of book [not dated but ca. 1987]
  3. "Mr. Whittier, a biography, by Elizabeth Gray Vining"
    typed carbon of book review [not dated but ca. 1974]
  4. "Six hundred ships by James David Andrews"
    typed carbon draft of review with note of Mary Hoxie Jones "March 1976 for Friends Journal (not yet published)"

EDITORIALS:

  1. "Editorial"
    typed carbon draft [not dated] of editorial on war (mentions conflicts in China and Spain) intended for a Friends newsletter ?
  2. "Editorial"
    typed carbon draft [not dated] intended audience Haverford Meeting?

PLAY:

  1. "The King's Missive" [1931]
    2 typed drafts of a play, with annotations; a published version appears in The American Friend, Sept. 24, 1931

POETRY RELATED ESSAYS:

  1. [untitled]
    typed essay [not dated] beginning "Freedom in poetry is dangerous as, indeed, is freedom in anything."
  2. "The myths of Plato" by J. A. Stewart, 1905
    typed essay [not dated] discusses book and effect of poetry and music on people's lives [a college essay?]
  3. "The contribution of poetry to religion"
    typed essay [not dated] with note by "RSW" [a college paper?]
  4. "Unpublished poems of Emily Dickinson" subtitled "Measuring the sun"
    2 typed drafts of essay, not dated, with comments by her teacher [was this when Mary Hoxie Jones was in N. Y. City at Columbia for an English course in spring 1935-36?]
  5. [untitled]
    handwritten draft [undated] tells of Mary Hoxie Jones's visit to home of Alice Meynell and meeting with Wilfrid Meynell
  6. "George Henry Boker"
    typed carbon draft [not dated but article discusses book "Sonnets, a sequence on profane love by George Henry Boker," edited by Edw. S. Bradley (1929)] (a college paper?)
  7. "Heaven lies about us"
    typed carbon draft [not dated] re: poetry

Box 81

Mary Hoxie Jones
Articles, essays, book chapters by Mary Hoxie Jones (mss.) topics include: travel; miscellaneous essays; notebook of essays; clippings of published essays. Arranged by subject.

TRAVEL:

  1. "Travels with a spinster: in London by M.H.J., with apologies to E.M. Delafield"
    typed draft with corrections [undated but ca. 1933-1934?; 121 pp., written about her experiences living in London at that time; also published version in "The Watling Resident" vol. 7, Jan., Feb., March, May, Aug., Oct. 1935 issues]
  2. "Travels of a spinster: from London to Vienna, with apologies to E.M. Delafield"
    2 typed and carbon drafts with corrections [undated but ca. 1934-1935?; 27 pp. and 28 pp., written about her experiences in London at that time]
  3. ["In London"]
    typed carbon draft [Feb. 7, 1934; 4 pp.] describes Mary Hoxie Jones's life in London [published The Friend, 3/1/1934]
  4. "Chinese Quaker funeral"
    3 typed drafts [undated but 1935; 9 pp., written about her experiences in China at that time]
  5. "Summer in Cornwall"
    3 typed drafts [undated but describes same incidents as in "Travels of a spinster" 1934; 37 pp., 36 pp., 36 pp.]
  6. "Walking to and fro upon the earth"
    typed essay [not dated, but ca. 1953?] intended for publication in British journal? re: her experiences traveling, cultural and religious differences encountered
  7. "A pagan pilgrimage" [to Greece]
    typed carbon draft [not dated] (a school paper?)
  8. "A Quaker pilgrimage: September 11 - 14, 1929"
    typed carbon draft [undated, ca. 1929?] tells of trip with parents, Ernest Taylor and Christopher Rowntree to places significant to Quakerism.

MISCELLANEOUS ESSAYS:

  1. "Sidney Down: the biography of a cat by M.H.J. Born South China, Maine, June 1931; Died Haverford, Penna. November 26, 1934"
    2 typed drafts [undated]
  2. "More dealings with peddlers"
    typed and carbon drafts [with note of Mary Hoxie Jones "Sent to 'Atlantic Monthly' with some alterations - Jan. 11, 1939"]

OTHER:

  1. Notebook of handwritten drafts of essays by Mary Hoxie Jones.
  2. Clippings of published articles, 1928-1984.

Box 82

Mary Hoxie Jones
Published books (other than poetry). Arranged chronologically.

  1. Printed advertisement for At the Point of a Lancet (1935) written with William Warder Cadbury [uncle of Mary Hoxie Jones] containing excerpts from reviews.

Swords into plowshares (1937)

  1. Correspondence, 1937, with The Macmillan Company (publisher), arranged chronologically.
  2. Reviews of Swords into plowshares, 1937-1938 (clippings, typed draft of review by L. Hollingsworth Wood).
  3. Letters to Mary Hoxie Jones from readers of Swords into plowshares, 1937, includes list of correspondents, A - Z.

Box 83

Mary Hoxie Jones
Published books (other than poetry). Arranged chronologically.
The Standard of the Lord lifted up: a history of Friends in New England from 1656-1700, commemorating the first Yearly Meeting held in 1661 (1961) includes: correspondence, research notes, comments by Henry J. Cadbury, outline and drafts.
[note: earlier working title for book was The Society of Friends in New England]

  1. Correspondence, 1960-1961, of Mary Hoxie Jones with Beacon Hill Press (prospective publisher) of The Standard of the Lord ....
  2. Correspondence, 1959-1961, of Mary Hoxie Jones regarding The Standard of the Lord ....
    includes: plans for publishing mss. by New England Yearly Meeting of Friends after Beacon Hill turned it down; includes a list of correspondents
  3. Mary Hoxie Jones's research notes [handwritten and typed], clippings, preliminary drafts of sections of book, etc.
  4. Mary Hoxie Jones's research notes [handwritten and typed], clippings, review of book, etc.
  5. Outline for proposed history of New England Yearly Meeting (1661-1961) for its tricentennary.
  6. Comments, questions and suggestions by Henry J. Cadbury on The Standard of the Lord ...
  7. Pages 108-111 to a draft of The Standard of the Lord ...

Box 84

Mary Hoxie Jones
Published books (other than poetry). Arranged chronologically.
The Standard of the Lord lifted up: a history of Friends in New England from 1656-1700, commemorating the first Yearly Meeting held in 1661 (1961) includes: drafts.
[note: earlier working title for book was The Society of Friends in New England]

  1. First draft [typed] of The Standard of the Lord ..., chapters 1-5 with 3 pp. of notes made by [Henry J. Cadbury] after reading same.
  2. First draft [typed] of The Standard of the Lord ..., chapters 6-10.
  3. First draft [typed] of The Standard of the Lord ..., chapters 11-14.
  4. Revised draft [typed] of The Standard of the Lord ..., Section 1, with 2 pp. of notes made by [Henry J. Cadbury] on same.
  5. Revised draft [typed] of The Standard of the Lord ..., Section 2.

Box 85

Mary Hoxie Jones
Published books (other than poetry). Arranged chronologically.
The Standard of the Lord lifted up: a history of Friends in New England from 1656-1700, commemorating the first Yearly Meeting held in 1661 (1961) includes: drafts.
[note: earlier working title for book was The Society of Friends in New England]

  1. Draft [typed] of The Standard of the Lord ..., [which draft is this?]
  2. Third draft [typed] of The Standard of the Lord ..., with TLS and comments on draft by Frederick B. Tolles.
  3. Third draft [carbon] of The Standard of the Lord ..., with note of Mary Hoxie Jones that carbon was sent to Daisy Newman.
  4. Fourth draft [typed] of The Standard of the Lord ..., with note of Mary Hoxie Jones that parts 1 and 2 have been put together in this draft.

Box 86

Mary Hoxie Jones
Published books (other than poetry). Arranged chronologically.
The Standard of the Lord lifted up: a history of Friends in New England from 1656-1700, commemorating the first Yearly Meeting held in 1661 (1961) includes: drafts and proofsheets.
[note: earlier working title for book was The Society of Friends in New England]

  1. Draft [typed] of The Standard of the Lord ..., also notes, handwritten draft of forward by Henry J. Cadbury.
  2. Draft [carbon] of The Standard of the Lord ...

STORED W/ BOX 86, WRAPPED SEPARATELY ON SHELF:

Proofsheets for The Standard of the Lord ...

Box 87

Mary Hoxie Jones
Card files; fiction writing (mss.).

Card files:

  1. Card files of notes for article on Philadelphia Yearly Meeting and the American Friends Service Committee.
  2. Card file of bibliography and index of subjects for her book The Standard of the Lord lifted up: a history of Friends in New England from 1656-1700, commemorating the first Yearly Meeting held in 1661.

Fiction:

  1. "Minds are easy"
    3 typed drafts of chapters (for a novel?) [undated]
  2. "The first step" and "Progression"
    2 typed drafts of chapters? (for a novel?) [undated; 2 pp., 2 pp.]
    Also in folder:
    • "Out of the night. Dedicated to Noel and Ada. Mary Hoxie Jones" typed draft of chapters (for a novel?) [undated; 31 pp.]
    • [untitled] typed draft of chapter (for a novel?) [undated; 6 pp.]
    • [untitled] typed drafts of 2 chapters (for a novel?) [undated; 8 pp., 7 pp.]
    • [untitled] typed draft of chapter (for a novel?) [undated; 22 pp.]
    • [note of Mary Hoxie Jones accompanying material in this folder: "1985 - I have no idea what these represent."]
  3. "Heresies"
    typed draft of a short story [undated; 4 pp.]

Box 88

Mary Hoxie Jones
Fiction writing (mss) includes: unpublished novel The Winged Life (1936).

  1. Letters, 1936, from The Macmillan Company and Harper & Brothers regarding the possible publication of "The Winged Life."
  2. Draft [typed carbon] of "The Winged Life" Part I (chapters 1-6, pp. 1-79).
  3. Draft [typed carbon] of "The Winged Life" Part II (chapters 7-15, pp. 80-196).
  4. Draft [typed carbon] of "The Winged Life" Part III (chapters 16-19, pp. 197-279).
  5. Draft [typed carbon] of "The Winged Life" Part IV (chapters 20-23, pp. 280-326).
  6. Unopened box containing draft of "The Winged Life" sent to Houghton Mifflin Company and returned by them to Mary Hoxie Jones, 1936 [Note: Mary Hoxie Jones never opened the box].

Box 89

Mary Hoxie Jones
Poetry : Poetry mss. (unbound papers - handwritten and typed drafts of poems).
Arrangement: chronological by year when date of poem is known, undated poems are alphabetically arranged by title in folder 1. [note: Mary Hoxie Jones often dates poems by month and day as well]

  1. Undated poems:
    • untitled poem re: "Afserco scholars"
    • untitled poem for Roger, Tuke and Francis
    • untitled poem re: Cadbury reunion at Moorestown
    • "Greeting to Mr. and Mrs. Newlin"
    • "Ode to a handkerchief (To R.O.M.)"

    [a group of typed poems about China, as follows:]

    • "Mulberry leaves"
    • "Snow"
    • "Hills"
    • "Rice fields"
    • "Apricot and cherry"
    • "East and West"
    • "Toys"
    • "Climbing"
  2. Poems from 1920-1929:
    • 1922
      • "Prayer"
    • 1923
      • "The wanderer"
      • "The immortal spirit"
    • 1923-1925 [these found together]
      • untitled handwritten drafts of poems [2 pp]
      • handwritten and typed poems, many with a teacher's comments [with note of Mary Hoxie Jones "Evidently written in 1923-1925 at Mt Holyoke College - for Miss Adams and Miss Snell. MHJ 1985"]
      • "An anthology of modern verse" [college class assignment, poems by various authors, selected by Mary Hoxie Jones]
    • 1929
      • "Poems written in 1929 by M. H. J." [4 typed pp.]
      • "Afternoon tea"
      • "Happiness (After listening to an atheist-humanist)"
  3. Poems from 1930-1939:
    • 1933-1936
      • "poems by Mary Hoxie Jones" typed and carbon copies of poems, many dated 1935-1936, some with annotations by Mary Hoxie Jones and numbered [possible candidates for a book?]
      • typed and carbon copies of poems, many undated but probably ca. 1933-1936?, also 1964 [some are numbered, for possible inclusion in a book?]
      • typed and handwritten poems (ca. 1935-1936?) [includes 25 sonnets], many of them with a teacher's comments on them, found in a folder inscribed "Mary Hoxie Jones, 419 W. 121st St." [New York City] and "I count you among my best and hope you will want to continue with me in the fall"

    also:

    • transcript from Columbia University with grade for English course taken there in spring term 1935-1936
    • TLS (1936) from Columbia University re: publishing poem "October"
    • 1934
      • "Headland and Meeting House" [typed]
  4. Poems from 1940-1949:
    • 1940-1941
      • "Sonnet"
      • "The blockade"
    • 1945?
      • "AFSERCO"
      • untitled Christmas poem
    • 1947
      • "Listen, the wind!" [typed and handwritten drafts]
  5. Poems from 1950-1959:
    • 1950-1959
      • handwritten (also a few typed) copies and drafts of poems, 1950-1959
    • 1952-1953
      • typed and carbon drafts of poems, many dated 1952-1953, submitted to Harper & Brother with TLS (1958) from H&B returning same
    • "Poems by Mary Hoxie Jones" typed carbon drafts of poems, some dated 1952-1953
      [see folder 9 for poem from 1951]
  6. Poems from 1960-1969:
    • 1960-1969
      • handwritten (also a few typed) copies and drafts of poems, 1960-1969
        [see folder 9 for other poems from 1960s]
  7. Poems from 1970-1979 and 1980-1989:
    • 1976-1982
      • 6 typed poems dated 1976-1982 with cover sheet "Mary Hoxie Jones" [photocopies]
        [see folder 9 for other poems from 1970s and 1980s]
  8. Poems from 1990-1993:
    • 1991-1993
      • typed, photocopied and handwritten drafts and copies of poems dated 1991-1993; (includes 1992 Christmas letter with poems, poem "Song of the Angels" set to music by Paul Klinkman and Rick Keller)
  9. Other:
    • handwritten and typed drafts of poems (dated 1951-1983), with 2 form letters from Golden Quill Press regarding contributions to their yearly anthologies for 1969 and 1970; many of the poems have a note on them indicating they were sent to Golden Quill or elsewhere to be published [note on original folder by Mary Hoxie Jones "Original ms."]
  10. Christmas cards (poems):
    • handwritten Christmas card, 1932
    • printed Christmas poems by Mary Hoxie Jones, 1936-1973 (incomplete)
    • photocopies of Christmas poems for 1977, 1978, 1991, 1993
    • Christmas poems sent to Haverford College Library staff, 1987-1989

Box 90

Mary Hoxie Jones
Poetry : Poetry notebooks (bound) and "Copies of poems by MHJ to 1930" [actual dates 1919-1931].

  • 6 bound notebooks of poems containing handwritten working drafts and copies of completed poems for the years: 1919-1921, 1922 [2 volumes for this year], 1929-1930, 1932, 1934.
  • "Copies of poems by MHJ to 1930" [actual dates 1919-1931] These consist of 4 sets of typed poems (Parts I, II, III, and IV). Poems are numbered 1-709 and are dated 1919-1931. Many have annotations by Mary Hoxie Jones as to their significance, etc.

Box 91

Mary Hoxie Jones
Poetry : Poetry notebook (looseleaf), 1916-1992.

These looseleaf notebooks compiled by Mary Hoxie Jones serve as the "final destination" for her poems, new poems were typed and added to the notebooks as they were created. Many poems have annotations as to where and when they were published. Poems are arranged in chronological order and Mary Hoxie Jones has added in relevant correspondence, clippings, photographs, etc., so that the notebooks are also a form of diary. They are not indexed.

1916-1992

1 small 3-ring looseleaf notebook of poems for 1916-1992 (bulk 1919-1948) additional material includes copy of music for her poem "The refugee" signed (1939) by composer Karl Weigl

Box 92

Mary Hoxie Jones
Poetry : Poetry notebooks (looseleaf), 1944-1979.

These looseleaf notebooks compiled by Mary Hoxie Jones serve as the "final destination" for her poems, new poems were typed and added to the notebooks as they were created. Many poems have annotations as to where and when they were published. Poems are arranged in chronological order and Mary Hoxie Jones has added in relevant correspondence, clippings, photographs, etc., so that the notebooks are also a form of diary. They are not indexed.

1944-1969
3-ring looseleaf notebook of poems for 1944-1969 with related papers (letters to Mary Hoxie Jones, clippings, etc.) added.

1950-1969
3-ring looseleaf notebook of poems for 1950-1969 with related papers (letters to Mary Hoxie Jones, clippings, etc.) added.
Scanned Image Poem, "Flight", by Mary Hoxie Jones (approximately 65K). November 26, 1956.

1970-1979
3-ring looseleaf notebook of poems for 1970-1979 with related papers (letters to Mary Hoxie Jones, clippings, photographs, etc.) added.

Box 93

Mary Hoxie Jones
Poetry : Poetry notebooks (looseleaf), 1980-1989; clippings of published poems; issues of "As You Like It".

  1. Poetry notebooks (looseleaf) : These looseleaf notebooks compiled by Mary Hoxie Jones serve as the "final destination" for her poems, new poems were typed and added to the notebooks as they were created. Many poems have annotations as to where and when they were published. Poems are arranged in chronological order and Mary Hoxie Jones has added in relevant correspondence, clippings, photographs, etc., so that the notebooks are also a form of diary. They are not indexed.
    1980-1989
    2 small 3-ring looseleaf notebooks of poems for 1980-1989 with related papers (letters to Mary Hoxie Jones, clippings, etc.) added.
  2. Clippings of published poems:
    clippings of poems by Mary Hoxie Jones, also Friends Journal for Dec. 1989 containing poem and photocopy of 1992 published poem.
  3. "As you like it" Kendal at Longwood residents publication.
    6 issues of "As you like it" (Vol. 5, nos. 3,4; Vol. 6, nos. 2, 4; Vol. 7, nos. 1, 2) containing Mary Hoxie Jones contributions of poetry and prose pieces.
  4. Mostly Mary Hoxie Jones's poetry from the 1990's. Contents of 2 notebooks. Some poems by Elizabeth Gray Vining as well.

Box 94

Mary Hoxie Jones
Poetry : Papers related to her published books of poetry (Arrows of desire, 1931).

Arrows of desire (1931)

  1. Correspondence, 1931-1958, with The Macmillan Company (publisher), arranged chronologically.
  2. Reviews of Arrows of desire, 1931-1932 (clippings).
  3. Letters to Mary Hoxie Jones from readers of Arrows of desire, 1931-1936, includes list of correspondents A - K.
  4. Letters to Mary Hoxie Jones from readers of Arrows of desire, 1930-1933, includes list of correspondents L - Z.

Box 95

Mary Hoxie Jones

Poetry : Papers related to her published books of poetry (Beyond this stone, 1965 and Mosaic of the sun, 1975); also other correspondence with Golden Quill Press and other publishers of Mary Hoxie Jones's poetry:

Beyond this stone (1965)

  1. Correspondence, 1964-1966, with Golden Quill Press (publisher), arranged chronologically [includes catalogs listing book and order forms].
  2. Reviews and notices of Beyond this stone, 1965-1967 (clippings and journals).
  3. Letters to Mary Hoxie Jones from readers of Beyond this stone, 1964-1967, includes list of correspondents.

Mosaic of the sun (1975)

  1. Correspondence, 1975-1978, with Golden Quill Press (publisher), arranged chronologically [includes contract, order forms].
  2. Reviews of Mosaic of the sun, 1976 (clippings and journal).
  3. Draft (typed carbon copy) of Mosaic of the sun (with a few annotations).
  4. Letters to Mary Hoxie Jones from readers of Mosaic of the sun, 1975-1977, includes list of correspondents.
    Golden Quill Press and other publishers of Mary Hoxie Jones's poetry.
  5. Misc. correspondence, 1964-1986, etc. with Golden Quill Press (including Book Club for Poetry).
  6. Correspondence with various other publishers, 1931-1979.

Box 96

Kaighn family

  • Ann Kaighn [aunt of Benjamin Lowry]
  • Anna Mary Kaighn
  • Grace E. Kaighn [aunt of Benjamin Lowry]
  • John Kaighn (d. 1834) [father of Elizabeth B. Lowry]
  • Sally Ann Kaighn [cousin of Emma Cadbury Jr.]
  1. Letter, 1869, of Ann Kaighn to nephew Benjamin Lowry; letter, 1911, of Anna Mary Kaighn, to EBJ.
  2. Estate related papers, 1873, of Grace E. Kaighn, also information on sisters Charity Kaighn and Ann Kaighn.
  3. Account books, ca. 1841-1872, related to the estate settlement of John Kaighn (d. 1834), kept by Benjamin Lowry.
  4. Misc. Kaighn family genealogy material [includes 1855 letter of Benjamin Lowry to Samuel Nicholson requesting Kaighn family dates, also notebook of genealogy in hand of Anna K. Cadbury?]
  5. Letters, 1891-1908, of Sally Ann Kaighn, to her cousin Emma Cadbury Jr.
  6. Papers, 1831-1840, of Ann Lowry.(d. 1840) [3 items]
  7. Estate related papers, ca. 1874-1876, of Anna M. Lowry.
  8. Letters, 1841-1873, of Benjamin Lowry.
  9. Estate related papers, 1867-1873, of Benjamin Lowry [Joel Cadbury Jr. was administrator]
  10. Misc. Lowry family. [2 items]
  11. Correspondence, 1936-1937, related to Lowry family genealogy.

Box 97

Benjamin Lowry (1810-1873)
Journals and account books, 1827-1873, of Benjamin Lowry [1839 journal includes Elizabeth B. Lowry]

  1. Journals (3 vols.), 1833, 1839, 1852-1854, of Benjamin Lowry.
    includes:
    • Journal, 1833 "Visit to the shores of the Atlantic Ocean ... with Howard Yarnall, teacher Westtown"
    • Journal, 1839 "An account ... journey performed across the northern part of the state of New Jersey ... by Elizabeth B., Benjn. and Anna M. Lowry" [first section is account of trip in hand of Elizabeth B. Lowry which is followed by husband Benjamin Lowry's account of same trip]
    • Journal, 1852-1854 - autobiographical essay followed by diary entries, 1852-1854
  2. Typed transcript [carbon] of 1833 journal above.
  3. Journal, 1854-1860, of Benjamin Lowry [many entries related to events at Orange Street Meeting]
    [note: first part of book is copybook, 1841, of stepbrother Isaac M. Lowry (b. 1827)]
  4. Memorandum book of visits to the poor, 1855, by Benjamin Lowry
    [note : book also used by Emma Cadbury Jr. and includes notes on 1906 "Conference on fellowship"]
  5. Journal, 1857-1872, of Benjamin Lowry [in his hand] followed by handwritten transcript of his journal, 1852-1866, in hand of his daughter, Rebecca B. Lowry.
  6. Transcript of journal, 1866-1873, of Benjamin Lowry, in hand of his daughter, Rebecca B. Lowry.
  7. Journal, 1861-1873, of Benjamin Lowry [in his hand].
  8. Cash book, 1827-1848, of Benjamin Lowry.
  9. Commonplace book, 1831, and account book, 1873, of Benjamin Lowry
    [note : also Emma Cadbury Jr. in account with Committee on Quaker Round Table, 1907-1915.

(with box 97)
[stored separately on shelf with folder of loose papers from same]

Benjamin Lowry (1810-1873)
Account book (daybook: 8.22.1853-7.10.1866 and ledger 1866-1874) of Benjamin Lowry (1810-1873).
[Also folder of loose papers found in the above]

Box 98

Elizabeth B. Lowry (1810-1870)
Correspondence, commonplace books, estate papers, autograph album, etc., 1824-1871.

  1. Letters, 1838-1866, by Elizabeth B. Lowry [1865-1866 letters are to her daughter Anna and include some written with husband Benjamin Lowry]
  2. Letters, 1838-1844, written to Elizabeth B. Lowry.
  3. Typed transcript of 1839 travel account of trip to New Jersey by Elizabeth B. Lowry, Benjamin Lowry and Anna M. Lowry [note: original journal includes account of trip by Benjamin Lowry and is filed with Benjamin Lowry material]
  4. Letters and other papers, 1870-1871, related to last illness and death of Elizabeth B. Lowry, includes sympathy letters to family.
  5. Estate related papers, 1870-1871, of Elizabeth B. Lowry.
  6. Commonplace book, ca. 1824-1830, of Elizabeth B. Lowry.
  7. Commonplace book, ca. 1830, of Elizabeth B. Lowry.
  8. Commonplace book, ca. 1831, of Elizabeth B. Lowry, with list of visiting ministers in back.
  9. Autograph book, ca. 1831-1837, of Elizabeth B. Lowry.

Box 99

Grace S. (Bacon) Lowry (1891-1964)
Isaac Lowry (1774-1846)
Rebecca B. Lowry (1842-1917)

Memorial of Grace S. Lowry; Deeds and indenture of Isaac Lowry; Letters, commonplace books, autograph album of Rebecca B. Lowry.

Grace S. (Bacon) Lowry (1891-1964)

  1. Memorial tributes to Grace Scattergood Lowry (1891-1964).

Isaac Lowry (1774-1846) [father of BL]

  1. Deeds and other land and estate related papers, 1800-1846, of Isaac Lowry.
  2. Indenture, 1827 [for manumitted slave], "Eunice alias Louisa" to Isaac Lowry.

Rebecca B. Lowry (1842-1917) [daughter of BL]

  1. Letters, 1865-1871 [to sister Anna] and 1870 [to mother], of Rebecca B. Lowry.
  2. Letters, 1884-1903 [to niece Emma Cadbury Jr.] and 1915 [to nephew Henry J. Cadbury], of Rebecca B. Lowry.
  3. Commonplace books, n. d. and ca. 1863, and Book Register, 1895-1923, of Rebecca B. Lowry
    [note : Book Register also used by Anna K. Cadbury and Emma Cadbury Jr.] [3 volumes]
  4. Autograph album, 1860-1863, of Rebecca B. Lowry
    [note : later used by Emma Cadbury Jr. as an autograph album, 1943-1962]

Box 100

Mennell family (of England)

  • Francis J.S. Mennell
  • Lilias Mennell
  • Robert O. Mennell (1882-1960)
  1. Letters (ca. 1939-1960) to Mary Hoxie Jones [and Frances C. Ferris] from Lilias Mennell, Robert O. Mennell (1882-1960), Francis J.S. Mennell; also published memorial of Robert O. Mennell.
  2. Letters (ca. 1941-1945) to "Jack" (John W.) Cadbury from Robert O. Mennell and Lilias Mennell [note of Mary Hoxie Jones "Letters from Robert and Lilias Mennell to Jack Cadbury during his time in England with FRS 1941-46"].
  3. Mennell family.
    includes:
    • family photographs
    • clipping on family business, R.O. Mennell & Co. (tea shippers)
    • booklet on R.O. Mennell & Co.

Musgrave family
Elizabeth Cadbury Musgrave (1917-)

  1. Letters, ca. 1926-1942, by Elizabeth Cadbury Musgrave (1917-).

Box 101

Pearsall family

  • Eleanor H. (Warder) Pearsall (1819-1885)
  • Henrietta Warder Pearsall

Letters, poetry notebooks, account books, of Eleanor H. (Warder) Pearsall. Also letters of Henrietta Warder Pearsall.

  1. Poetry notebooks, 1830-1831 and 1834 of Eleanor H. Pearsall [2 volumes].
  2. Account books, ca. 1855-1858 and 1855-1861 of Eleanor H. Pearsall [2 volumes taped together]. Accounts are of clothing expenses for her children (fabric, trim, etc.), her clothing expenses, lists of Christmas presents bought [interesting and detailed]

Folders 3 - 12 contain letters written by Eleanor H. Pearsall to her sister, Henrietta (Warder) Chrisman, from 1877-1884.

  1. Letters, 1877.
  2. Letters, 1878 (January - June).
  3. Letters, 1878 (July - December).
  4. Letters, 1879.
  5. Letters, 1880 (January - August).
  6. Letters, 1880 (November - December).
  7. Letters, 1881-1882.
  8. Letters, 1883.
  9. Letters, 1884 (February - August).
  10. Letters, 1884 (September - December).
  11. Letters, 1836-1919, found with EHP letters.
    Copies of her outgoing correspondence filed with related letters; names of correspondents were added (by ECjr?) to top right corner
  12. Letters, n. d. and 1864, of Henrietta Warder Pearsall to her aunt, Ann Warder.
  13. Letter, 1844, from J. G., to Eleanor H. Warder and Henrietta Warder.

Box 102

Shipley family

  • Caroline Warder (Cadbury) Shipley (1873-1962)

Letters, 1883-1949, of Caroline Warder (Cadbury) Shipley [daughter of John Warder Cadbury and Rebecca Warner Cadbury], to her cousin, Emma Cadbury Jr.

  1. Letters, 1883-1889.
  2. Letters, 1890-1891.
  3. Letters, 1892-1893.
  4. Letters, 1894-1897.
  5. Letters, 1898-1900.

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