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A Quaker Promise Kept: Philadelphia Friends' Work with the Allegany Senecas 1795-1960
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A Quaker Promise Kept: Philadelphia Friends' Work with the Allegany Senecas 1795-1960

By Barton, Lois

Eugene, OR: Spencer Butte Press. 111 pages, about 10 7/8" tall. Covers edge lightly worn with two small tears and some wrinkling, two corners creased and badly bumped, "I voted" sticker on front cover. First few pages lightly wrinkled, page corners bumped, else clean and very good. History of 150 years of Quaker work with the Allegany Senecas of western New York, particularly Tunesassa, the Quaker School. . Very Good. Paperback. First edition. 1990.

$57.40

A Century of Westtown History 1799-1899

By Dewees, Watson W. and Sarah B.

Philadelphia: Westtown Alumni Association. Lightly scuffed and spotted maroon cloth covers with gold title on cover and spine, meeting library stamp, pocket, light foxing to end papers and page edges, else binding tight and pages very good. Multiple photographic plates. . Very Good-. Hardcover. 1899.

$82.00

Jericho Friends Meeting and Its Community, Supplement, 1958-1983

By --

Randolph County, Indiana: Jericho Friends Meeting. Covers lightly smudged, sticker remnants on back cover, owner name and stamp, some highlighting. Continues the history of Jericho Friends Meeting 1818-1958 with meeting history, mini biographies of members, membership lists, and maps.76 pages. . Near Fine. Paperback. 1983.

$13.00

Jericho Friends Meeting and Its Community, 1818-1958

By --

Randolph County, Indiana: Jericho Friends Meeting. Slightly worn covers, price sticker remnants on back cover, owner name stamps, four pages have highlighting, else pages very good. Meeting history, mini biographies of members, membership lists, and maps. 162 pages. . Near Fine. Paperback. 1958.

$24.00

Friends Face Their Fourth Century: The Third World Conference of Friends held at Oxford, England, 28th July-6th August, 1952, on the Completion of 300 Years of Life of the Quaker Movement

By --

London: Friends World Committee for Consultation. Blue paper covers lightly browned, sun faded on spine and edges, creased, small stain on front cover. Pages tanned, pencil marks on a few pages, approx. last 20 pages strongly corner bumped and torn along edges of bump. . Good. Paperback. 1952.

$38.00

Quaker Records in Maryland

By Jacobsen, Phebe R.

Annapolis, MD: Hall of Records Commission, State of Maryland. Cover very good, pages lightly wrinkled, scattered pencil marks, inscription, else very good. Dust jacket is plain, light blue paper with title in black on front - very badly edge worn, chipped, and torn (one half-way up cover), browned. Publication Number 14, 153 pages. . Very Good. Hardcover. 1966.

$20.00

The Autobiography of George Fox, From His Journal.

By Newman, Henry Stanley

London: S.W. Partridge and Co.. Embossed grey cloth covers soiled with library numbers on spine, spine label and cover corners frayed. Bookplate inside front cover, embossed library stamp on ffe and frontis. Pencil markings on a few pages of the preface, binding tight, pages edged in red, very good. No date given but preface dated 1886. . Very Good. Hardcover. 1886.

$34.00

The Papers of General Nathanael Greene: 11 May 1779-31 October 1779

By Greene, Nathanael; Showman, Richard K.; Conrad, Dennis Michael; Rhode Island Historical Society

Chapel Hill, North Carolina, U.S.A.: University of North Carolina Press. Cover and pages near fine, minimal dark smudge on bottom corner of pages. . Near Fine. Hardcover. 1986.

$33.45

A Century of Westtown History 1799-1899

By Dewees, Watson W. and Sarah B.

Philadelphia: Westtown Alumni Association. Lightly scuffed and worn green cloth covers with gold title on cover and spine. Peeling and cracking of inside cover, pages very good, several detached. Multiple photographic plates. . Good. Hardcover. 1899.

$75.00

Quakerism and the Future of the Church (Swarthmore Lecture 1920)

By Wood, Herbert G.

London: The Swarthmore Press. Front cover darkened, scuffed and lightened as if water stained, remnant of sticker, badly chipped, detached. Back cover darkened and soiled, badly chipped and with several large holes. Library stamps, handwritten list of borrowers, numbers and pocket, otherwise pages lightly wrinkled but good. Reading copy. . Fair. Paperback. 1st Edition. 1920.

$13.50

Minutes of Friends United Meeting held at Earlham College, Richmond, Indiana, July 15-21, 1966.

By Friends United Meeting

Richmond, IN: Friends United Press. Book is in as new condition; seems never to have been opened. 123 pages. . As New. Paperback. 2002.

$12.50

Whom Shall I Send? Minutes of the Friends United Meeting 1999 Triennial Minutes, July 14-18, 1999 and 1999-2002 Directory.

By Friends United Meeting

Richmond, IN: Friends United Press. Book is in as new condition; seems never to have been opened. 99-pages. . As New. Paperback. 1999.

$9.00

Downstream: Records of Several Generations

By Howard, Elizabeth F.

London: Friends Home Service Committee. Lightly worn and curved paper covers, sun faded along spine, some small stains on front. Pages bright and very good. . Very Good. Paperback. 1955.

$44.00

Friends Face Their Fourth Century: The Third World Conference of Friends held at Oxford, England, 28th July-6th August, 1952, on the Completion of 300 Years of Life of the Quaker Movement

By --

London: Friends World Committee for Consultation. Blue paper covers lightly foxed, scuffed, scratched, edge worn, sun faded on spine and edges. Pages corner bumped, otherwise very good. Epistle ("A Message to all Friends from the Friends World Conference") laid in, red pencil underlining throughout. . Very Good. Paperback. 1952.

$45.00

Old Quaker Meeting-Houses

By Hayes, John Russell

Philadelphia: Biddle Press. Paper covers darkened, lightly worn, tape over two corners of both covers and center edge of front cover. Several inscriptions inside (1911 and 1965). Pages beginning to darken on edges, small corner bumps, handful of pages creased or torn at top edge from paperclips, otherwise pages very good. 166 photographic illustrations of meeting houses mostly in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, with a few from Britain, Canada, Ohio, Maryland, and Delaware. Additional information written next to two photos. . Good. Hardcover. 2nd enlarged. 1911.

$30.00

Church History, Vol. XXIX, No. 2, June, 1960

By Nichols, J. H. and Norwood, F. A.

The American Society of Church History. Covers worn, spine and cover edges faded. Pages lightly yellowed and corner bumped. . Good. Paperback. 1960.

$26.00

The Separation After a Century

By Russell, Elbert

Friends' Intelligencer. Paper covers worn, spine ends chipped. Pages yellowed. . Good. Paperback. 1928.

$18.00

The Valiant Sixty

By Taylor, Ernest E.

London: Revised Bannisdale Press. Cover very good, library sticker on spine. Library numbers, stamp and pocket, pages good. Dust jacket worn, torn, and chipped. . Good. Hardcover. 1951.

$21.00

A Quaker Experiment in Government: History of Quaker Government in Pennsylvania 1682-1783.

By Sharpless, Isaac

Philadelphia: Ferris & Leach. Covers worn and corner bumped. Top of spine fraying. Spine label badly worn, tape over bottom third of spine. Cover separating from spine. Library stamps, names, library pocket inside back cover. Presentation stamp, title page creased on corner, some notes in pencil, otherwise pages good. . Poor. Hardcover. 1902.

$10.00

When I Was Young in Indiana: A Country Life

By Hinshaw, Dorothy

Indianapolis, IN: Guild Press of Indiana. Hardover children's book in As New condition. Signed by both author and illustrator. "Dorothy Strattan Hinshaw grew up in a Quaker farm family in the Hoosier State. Her charming story of childhood in the country will strike a responsive chord with children of all ages." . As New. Hardcover. 1993.

$18.00

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