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Charles Sowden

Photograph of Charles Sowden, , B.A., age 28, teacher at Friends' School, Hobart, depicted ringing school bell.


Three views, one of burial ground, two of stone cottage [meeting house] at Cloddiecochion, in Montgomeryshire, in North Wales taken October 1950

Early view of Ackworth School

Early view of Ackworth School by T. Stackhouse, no date. Ackworth School was founded in 1779 by John Fothergill on behalf of The Religious Society of Friends (Quakers)

Ackworth School

Friends' Meeting House, Dolobran

Four photographs dated October 1950, of the Friends Meeting House at Dolobran in Montgomeryshire, Wales. Built in 1701 by Charles Lloyd (1662–1747) of Dolobran, whose father Charles Lloyd (1637–1698) of Dolobran was the first in the family to become a Quaker. It consists of a tiny isolated chapel built of red-brick with drip courses over the cambered windows and comprising also a two-bay cottage under the same roof. Photographs addressed to Hugh Doncaster, Woodbrooke.

Friends' Meeting Papers

Drafts and circulars to Members of Friends' Meetings reminding them to organise their monetary affairs and to make their wills, etc.
To Hobart friends, signed by Hannah Propsting and J. Ridley Walker.
To Lisburn friends, signed by Clerks of Committee on Ministry and Oversight:
• Norah Douglas - 20 December 1943
• Arnold Benington - 7 December 1946
• Cecil M. Johnson - no date

Miscellaneous Quaker Papers

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  • 1889-1950

Collection consists of miscellaneous items found in books that were purchased for the Quaker Collection from the Rowntree Family. Includes circulars, photographs, Ackworth School material and sketches

"Our Friends"

Autograph book with signatures of friends, some with addresses and brief descriptions. 19 December 1889 - 26 March 1914 and no date.

Page from a small sketch book

Page from autograph or small sketch book depicting "The Little Island in the Sea" (Isle of Man) with its three legged emblem and small map, inscribed George L.L. Hodgkin (from Mayfield, Douglas), 1909. Found in a book purchased for the Quaker collection.