Women and religion
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
Summary Harold Antrim is a recorded minister of the Northwest Yearly Meeting of Friends Churches; this collection represents over fifty years of his efforts to collect biographical and historic Quaker-related materials and information about the Society of Friends. A folder of Quaker women's biographies span three hundred years from the late seventeenth into the twenty-first centuries. Quaker pamphlets, magazine and newspaper clippings provide descriptive materials about the Friends religion, detailing...
Summary This collection depicts "Madonna and Child" greeting cards typical of the 1940s through the 1950s.
Collection — Box MSB0003
Summary This collection consists of letters that Jean Clark sent to her mother and father in Kansas while Jean was in South America. Photographs of Jean and May Wallace, photographs of Bolivia and Peru are included as an album and on a compact disk. An audio CD of her memorial service at Newberg (Oregon) Friends Church in 2010 accompanies the collection.
Unprocessed — 2019.001
Unprocessed — 2017.08
Overview WMU/FWMF Records: includes minutes, reports, correspondence, publications, and materials from WMU events. For research on women's aid organizations and the Yearly Meeting Friends Women's Missionary Fellowship in particular.
Summary Peggy Senger Parsons used the materials in this collection for her biography of Quaker leader and minister Charlotte Macy. Peggy's biography "Dream Handles: the life of Charlotte Macy" is also included in the collection.
Unprocessed — Item 2013.05