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Abstracts of the Records of the Society of Friends in Indiana Part Three

By Heiss, Willard (Editor)

Indianapolis, Indiana: Indiana Historical Society. Paper cover edges lightly worn and corner bumped, some soiling and browning along edges and whole spine. Pages lightly corner bumped, otherwise very good. Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy [Volume VII]. . Very Good. Paperback. 1970.

$125.00

Quakerism: A View From the Back Benches

By --

Pomona, NY: The Back Benchers. Some page edges darkly foxed or browned, three pages have extensive writing, front cover foxed with edge worn. 40pp . Fair+. Pamphlet. 1966.

$13.50

Each of Us Inevitable: Friends for Lesbian and Gay Concerns (Gay Quakers). Some Keynote Addresses given at FLGC Annual Mid-Winter (and Other) Gatherings, 1977-1989.

By Leuze, Robert (Editor)

Sumneytown, Pennsylvania: Friends for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer Concerns. Large trade paperback, light edgewear to covers, original price sticker on back, internally near fine. Contributors include Thomas Bodine, Elise Boulding, Ellen Hodge, Janet Hoffman, Arlene Kelly, Ahavia Lavana, Dwight Spann-Wilson, Elizabeth Watson, and David Wertheimer. . Very Good+. Paperback. 1989.

$28.00

Memories of Old Friends: Being Extracts From the Journals and Letters of Caroline Fox of Penjerrick, Cornwall, From 1835 to 1871

By Fox, Caroline; Edited by Horace N. Pym

Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott. 378 pages, edge worn, scuffed covers, spine ends and corners chipped with small hole in spine edge, cocked, browned paper label on spine, library bookplate and stamp, pages yellowed. . Fair. Hardcover. 1882.

$12.50

The Rise and Progress of the People Called Quakers

By Penn, William

Philadelphia: Friends' Book-Store. 86 plus 40 pages, 12mo. Soiled area on back cover, small scratches and dings to cover, chipped and darkened old label on spine. Historical Society bookplate inside front cover, inscription in old hand from 1870 on front free end paper, price sticker on free end paper, binding tight, pages very good. . Good. Hardcover. 1870.

$18.00

Friends and Neighbors: Group Life in America's First Pural Society

By Zuckerman, Michael (Ed.)

Philadelphia: Temple University Press. Collector bookplate lightly affixed inside front cover, else book in near fine condition. Dust jacket edge worn with small tears and creases along edges, two small nicks on flap fold. . Near Fine. Hardcover. 1st. 1982.

$17.50

The New Quest

By Jones, Rufus

New York: The Macmillan Company. Cover very dust soiled and spotted, inner hinge cracked, pages yellowed. . Good. Hardcover. 3rdprinting. 1929.

$19.25

Letters &c., of Early Friends; Illustrative of the History of the Society, From Nearly Its Origin, to About the Period of George Fox's Decease; With Documents Respecting Its Early Discipline, Also Epistles of Counsel and Exhortation, &c. The Greater Portion Taken From Original or Ancient Sources, and Hitherto Unpublished

By Barclay, John, editor

London: Harvey and Darton. 418 pages, 16mo (about 7" tall), very worn and scuffed covers with bumped corners, spine ends wrinkled and chipped, preservative (like shellac?) applied over spine and hinges. End papers and paper edges browned, else binding tight and pages bright and very good. . Good. Hardcover. First edition. 1841.

$75.00