John and Richard Penn to the Friendly Association, September 5, 1760 - 1
12016-10-31T04:40:19-07:00Will Fenton9e3bf7727b68fc64e416bcd18efaefb81d06944c72001John and Richard Penn's Letter to the Friendly Association2016-10-31T04:40:19-07:00Penn, John, 1729-1795; Penn, Richard, 1735-1811HC11-24006 (manuscript collection 1250, AA4.4)Philadelphia Yearly Meeting records (Vol. 4). Haverford College Quaker and Special Collections, Haverford College.Manuscript, 4 pages.41Will Fenton9e3bf7727b68fc64e416bcd18efaefb81d06944c
12016-10-31T05:04:02-07:00Will Fenton9e3bf7727b68fc64e416bcd18efaefb81d06944cJohn and Richard Penn to the Friendly Association, September 5, 1760Will Fenton2John and Richard Penn's Letter to the Friendly Associationgallery2018-02-13T02:09:07-08:001760Penn, John, 1729-1795; Penn, Richard, 1735-1811Call Number: HC11-24006 (manuscript collection 1250, AA4.4)Available in the "Philadelphia Yearly Meeting records (Vol. 4)" in the Haverford College Quaker and Special Collections, Haverford College.Haverford College Quaker and Special CollectionsWill Fenton9e3bf7727b68fc64e416bcd18efaefb81d06944c
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