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Historical News Friends Historical Association The Annual Meeting of the Association was held on Eleventh Month 25, 1957. Since the date of the meeting fell within a few weeks of the 150th anniversary of John Greenleaf Whittier's birth, Quaker poet. The meeting was held in the Twelfth Street Meetit seemed appropriate to use this occasion to commemorate the ship when he was in Philadelphia. Vice-President Richmond P. Miller, who was in the chair, read a cable of greetings from the President, Thomas E. Drake, who was in Europe. After a brief business meeting, E. Sculley Bradley, Professor of English at the University of Pennsylvania, spoke on "Whittier--Poet of Purpose," and J. Welfred Holmes, Professor of English, Morgan State College, Baltimore, spoke on "Whittier as a Social Reformer." York. The meeting, informed of his untimely death on Eleventh Month 11, adopted the following memorial minute: Seven years ago at our Annual Meeting, C. Marshall Taylor appeared Marshall Taylor was "Mr. Whittier." His unrivaled collection of Whittierana, his many articles in our Bulletin and elsewhere, his unfailing generosity and helpfulness to Whittier scholars, and above all his irrepressible tributions to the life of the Association. He became a member in 1941. inghouse, http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of Friends' Historical Association Friends Historical Association

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Friends Historical Association The Annual Meeting of the Association was held on Eleventh Month 25, 1957. Since the date of the meeting fell within a few weeks of the 150th anniversary of John Greenleaf Whittier's birth, Quaker poet. The meeting was held in the Twelfth Street Meetit seemed appropriate to use this occasion to commemorate the ship when he was in Philadelphia. Vice-President Richmond P. Miller, who was in the chair, read a cable of greetings from the President, Thomas E. Drake, who was in Europe. After a brief business meeting, E. Sculley Bradley, Professor of English at the University of Pennsylvania, spoke on "Whittier--Poet of Purpose," and J. Welfred Holmes, Professor of English, Morgan State College, Baltimore, spoke on "Whittier as a Social Reformer." York. The meeting, informed of his untimely death on Eleventh Month 11, adopted the following memorial minute: Seven years ago at our Annual Meeting, C. Marshall Taylor appeared Marshall Taylor was "Mr. Whittier." His unrivaled collection of Whittierana, his many articles in our Bulletin and elsewhere, his unfailing generosity and helpfulness to Whittier scholars, and above all his irrepressible tributions to the life of the Association. He became a member in 1941. inghouse,

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Bulletin of Friends' Historical AssociationFriends Historical Association

Published: Apr 4, 1958

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