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QuakerResearch inProgress Information concerning Quaker studies in progress but not published should be sent to Henry J. Cadbury, Chairman of the Committee on Historical Research, 774 Millbrook Lane, Haverford, Pennsylvania. Vincent Buranelli, 282 Mount Lucas Road, Princeton, N. J. Penn's Rejection of Calvinism. David M. Butler, 8 Liberia Road, London, N. 5, England. Friends Meeting Houses. (Survey of history of design of meetinghouses, 1650 to present day.) Anne Castrodale, Winterthur Museum, Winterthur, Delaware. Daniel Trotter, Philadelphia Cabinetmaker (1747-1800). University of Delaware: Winterthur Program of American Cultural Studies, thesis for M.A. degree. C. Wilfred Conard, Westtown, Pa. Lansdowne Monthly Meeting. Completed. Myron D. Goldsmith, 14 Buswell Street, Boston 15, Mass. William Hobson and the Founding of Quakerism in the Pacific Northwest. Boston University: Church History, thesis for Ph.D. degree. Ormerod Greenwood, 1 High Park Road, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, England. History of Hammersmith Meeting, 1656-1956. Thomas L. Karnes, History Department, Tulane University, New Orleans, La. William Gilpin: Frontier Geopolitician. (A biography, emphasizing his writings about the frontier.) Michael M. Kellaway, Colley Bridge, Coppice Lane, Reigate, Surrey, England. The Changing Social Structure of the Society of Friends in England , 1800-1958. (Analysis of occupations in 1820, 1880, and 1955; also study of changing geographical location of meetings.) Birmingham University : essay for B.Soc.Sc. degree. Robert J. Leach, 2 Ave. des Arpillières, Chêne-Bougeries, Geneva, Switzerland. The First Century of London Yearly Meeting, 1660-1761. Completed (copy in Haverford College Library). ---------------------, History of Geneva Monthly Meeting, 1920-1960. Lois Esther Littler, Route 3, Box 880D, Indianapolis 41, Ind. Some Problems of the Quaker Pastoral Ministry in America in the Twentieth Century. Butler University: Theology, thesis for M.A. degree. Robert W. Ramsey, Hollins College, Va. Settlement of Western Rowan County, North Carolina 1747-1762. (Migration of people from Delaware, Maryland, West Jersey, and Southeast Pennsylvania.) University of North Carolina: History, thesis for Ph.D. degree. 43 44Quaker History J. G. Riewald, University of Groningen, The Netherlands. Reynier Jansen of Sneek, the First Quaker Printer of America: A Chapter in Early Dutch-American Cultural Relations. Gladys Rosen, 3080 Broadway, New York 27, N. Y. Attitude of Certain Christian Sects to the Holy Land. (Chapter in a larger study, "America and the Holy Land," by another author.) Aimo A. Seppänen, Mannerheimintie 93, A98, Helsinki, Finland. The Vocabulary of George Fox. (The central vocabulary, imagery, and phraseology of Fox's writings.) Richard T. Vann, 100 College Avenue, Northfield, Minn. The Structure of Early Quakerism. (A study of Friends' definition of themselves, their organization, and relationship to English society, 1655-1740.) Harvard University: History, thesis for Ph.D. degree. 1959. Richard R. Wood, Riverton Road, R.D., Riverton, N. J. History of Friends' Select School. John L. Young, Apt. AA2, 612 West 114 Street, New York 31, N. Y. A Bibliography of Quakerism for Theological Libraries. (A selective bibliography of about sixty titles, briefly discussed, to support the B.D. and Master's programs.) ...


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