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The Witness of William Penn (review)

The Witness of William Penn (review) 120Bulletin of Friends Historical Association pretend to be either a history of Friends or a definitive statement of Friends Historical Association to bring Friends and non-Friends alike into its fold. As befits a historian, President Comfort devotes over half his pages to a the book and remind us also of the author's long association with Haverford College. University of Pennsylvania Lyman W. Riley The Quaker Persuasion, Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow. A Handbook for Friends and Friends of the Friends. By William Wistar Comfort, with an introduction by Richmond P. Miller. Philadelphia: Frederick H. Gloeckner. 1956. 72 pages $2.50. This little book, completed just before the author's death, does not beliefs. It is, rather, the personal affirmation of a man deeply involved in the Quaker movement and eager to interpret its faith to non-Friends--as eager as he ever was during his eighteen years as president of Friends survey of Quaker history, for he felt that to be an integral part of the Quaker faith. A number of photographs add to the personal interest of B. Tolles and E. Gordon Alderfer. New York: The Macmillan Company. The Witness of William Penn. Edited with an Introduction by Frederick 1957. xxx, 205 pages. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of Friends' Historical Association Friends Historical Association

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120Bulletin of Friends Historical Association pretend to be either a history of Friends or a definitive statement of Friends Historical Association to bring Friends and non-Friends alike into its fold. As befits a historian, President Comfort devotes over half his pages to a the book and remind us also of the author's long association with Haverford College. University of Pennsylvania Lyman W. Riley The Quaker Persuasion, Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow. A Handbook for Friends and Friends of the Friends. By William Wistar Comfort, with an introduction by Richmond P. Miller. Philadelphia: Frederick H. Gloeckner. 1956. 72 pages $2.50. This little book, completed just before the author's death, does not beliefs. It is, rather, the personal affirmation of a man deeply involved in the Quaker movement and eager to interpret its faith to non-Friends--as eager as he ever was during his eighteen years as president of Friends survey of Quaker history, for he felt that to be an integral part of the Quaker faith. A number of photographs add to the personal interest of B. Tolles and E. Gordon Alderfer. New York: The Macmillan Company. The Witness of William Penn. Edited with an Introduction by Frederick 1957. xxx, 205 pages.

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Bulletin of Friends' Historical AssociationFriends Historical Association

Published: Apr 4, 1957

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