Earlham Digital Archives is a collaboration between students, librarians and archivists to create an online collection of digitized photographs from the Earlham College Archives. Contains over 500 selected images from the Earlham Archives.
Primary documents covering the social justice efforts of Earlham College, Goshen College, and Manchester College, as well as their affiliated historic peace churches (Quakers, Mennonites, and the Church of the Brethren) from the 1700s to the present.
Journalist, politician, Richmondite, Quaker, arts-advocate—these few words barely scrape the surface of Esther Griffin White’s rich life. Notably, Esther was the first female in Indiana whose name appeared on an official election ballot. Additionally, she published The Little Paper, which was a newspaper entirely of her own production. Her opinionated writing style, along with her support for the rights of women, African Americans, and teachers led some to criticize Esther throughout her journalistic career. A Ford/Knight Project.
Correspondence, account books, and business papers of Josiah Parker, a leading Quaker from North Carolina. Describes Quaker life in North Carolina, Quaker migration from North Carolina to Ohio and Indiana, and anti-slavery activities.
Selected high-quality images of title pages and other pages of interest chosen from parts of Bethany Theological Seminary's Special Collections, including numerous samples of beautifully hand-illustrated woodcuts.