By Lyman W. Riley Friends Historical Library of Swarthmore College The Canadian Friend Canadian group, with some review of their more recent history.--May, 1951, pp. 10-12; June, 1951, pp. 6-7; Aug., 1951, pp. 12-13; Sept., 1951, pp. 9-11. Friends Intelligencer "Early Friends and the Christ Within," a digest of an M.A. thesis in philosophy by Burns Brodhead, brings forth evidence from George Fox's writings to show diat early Quakerism was definitely and consciously Christocentric. --Feb. 17, 1951, pp. 91-93. Letter from die Past No. 115 is devoted in the main to reprinting from Peace News (London, Nov. 3, 1950) a letter from die merchants In "Questions and Answers about Quakers Past and Present," Frederick B. Tolles gives a brief history of Conservative Friends in America.--Mar. 31, 1951, pp. 182-183. Samuel Colman, Jr., in "Quakers and die Development of Penology in Pennsylvania," outlines the Quaker influences not only in prison re191-192. Four short articles on the Dukhobors, three by Emmett Gulley and one by J. Passmore Elkinton, report on die present conditions of this of London to the Society of Friends urging support for die British war effort of 1798.--Mar. 3, 1951, pp. 120-121. form but in the formation
Bulletin of Friends' Historical Association – Friends Historical Association
Published: Apr 4, 1951
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