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Identifier: friendreligiousl192021smit
Title: The Friend : a religious and literary journal
Year: 1827 (1820s)
Authors: Smith, Robert, 1752-1838
Subjects: Society of Friends Quakers
Publisher: Philadelphia, Pa. : J. Richardson
Contributing Library: Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center
Digitizing Sponsor: Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center

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ng, 918 Stephen Girard Building before S P. M. the First Fourth day of each month. OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS Clement E. Allen, President c/o Clement E. Allen. Inc.. Metlia, Penna. Arthur W. Mutton, Vice-President c/o A. M. Collins Mfg. Co,. 226 Columbia Avenue. City Charles E. Todd, Secretary 25 North Highland Avenue, Lansdowne. Penna. Edward W. Savery, Treasurer c/o Logan Trust Company. City Francis R. Taylor, Solicitor 918 Stephen Girard Building, City Henry L. Balderston,George B. Comfort,S. Howard Pennell,Alfred G. Steer,John A. Stratton,James F. Walker,Edward E. Wildman,Francis Goodhue, 3rd,Edward R. Moon,Earl S. Cadbury, 1434 Brandywine Street 4530 Tacony Street Lansdowne, Pa. 1918 Market Street 218 N. I3th Street Westtown, Pa. 47th and Walnut Streets 1836 E. ClearBeld Street 303 Franklin Bank Bldg. Haverford, Pa. Information glaJly furnished by any Directorupon request. Glaslyn-Chatham PARK PLACE ATLANTIC CITY. N. J. ESTERBROOKPENS Esterhrook Pens Are Noted forTheir Good Qualities

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The First American Pen Manufacturer who established the business at Camden, N. J., in 1858 JOSEPH G. FOGG FUNERAL DIRECTORand EMBALMERS. W. Cor. Sixteenth and Rac* StreeU Special aKentioD given to Frieadi FuneralsBaU Phona ■■ Sprum IMC NATHAN L. JONES. HARRY S. LEE 313 WALNUT STREET PAINTER AND GRAINER ANTIQUE and OFFICE FURNITURE RESTORED JOBBING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO ESTIMATES WHY NOT TAKE UP FRENCH ? $5 pays for book needed and assistance, bymail, for three months. This is an exceptionalopportunity for studying French at home. PROF. H. T. FRUEAUFF 26 South St. Cloud Street, AUentown, Pa. Reference, Davis H. Forsythe. UNDERTAKER and EMBALMER 550-552 N. 5th St., PHILA.> PA Sf>cclal Atlmtlon Cleat to FuncraliIn and Out o/ ihc City. Alio CJiapci»Jot Funerab. Established liU Friends Arch St. Centre 304 Arch Street^ Philadelphia, Pa. Provides comfortable accommodations forguests by the day or week. Meals aimoderate prices.AMELIA D. FEATHERSTONK. Mslroa Paosa—MABxn 1671. THE F

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