Some 300 Friends gathered at George School on September 29, 1974 for the dedication of the Meetinghouse which had been moved, brick by brick and beam by beam, from its former location at 20 South Twelfth Street in Philadelphia, where it had stood since 1812. Henry J. Cadbury spoke on "The Heritage of the Meetinghouse." Gwynedd Monthly Meeting, Gwynedd, Pennsylvania, celebrated the 275th anniversary of its beginnings in 1699 on October 19 and 20, 1974. On Saturday afternoon Lowell Wright spoke on "To Be a Friend." A meeting for worship on Sunday was preceded by historic tableaux and followed by an anniversary tree-planting. The Friends Historical Association held its annual meeting on November 25, 1974, at the Arch Street Meetinghouse in Philadelphia. After dinner, Edwin B. Bronner, President of the Association, welcomed members and their guests, and the election of directors was held. The death of Henry J. Cadbury on October 7, 1974 was noted with deep regret, and a memorial minute prepared by the board of directors was adopted. The text of this minute is given below. The principal speaker of the evening was J. William Frost, Associate Professor of Religion and Director of the Friends Historical
Quaker History – Friends Historical Association
Published: Apr 4, 1975
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