Browsing Items (322 total) Tagged  ‘Spiritualism’



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Handwritten letter from Esther Titus to Amy Kirby ? Post, n.d.

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Handwritten letter from Esther Titus to Amy Kirby Post, n.d.

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Handwritten letter from Esther Titus to Amy Kirby Post, n.d. Titus writes about orders for pictures from Amy and writes of hearing lectures for and against spiritualism.

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Handwritten letter from Esther Titus to Amy Kirby Post, n.d. Titus writes primarily about orders for framed sent by Amy, also mentions spiritualist developments among her friends.

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Handwritten letter from Sarah E ? Thayer to Sarah L Kirby Hallowell Willis, n.d. Thayer writes of her experiences with a spirit medium.

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Handwritten letter from Sarah E Thayer to Amy Kirby Post, n.d. Thayer writes of her personal spiritual progress, gives updates on the health of friends and family, and inquires about a loan agreement with Isaac.

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Handwritten letter from Sarah E Thayer to Amy Kirby Post, n.d. Thayer writes after a recent visit to Amy with personal updates and discusses difficulties in retrieving a coat she left behind.

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Handwritten letter from Sarah E Thayer to Amy Kirby Post, n.d. Thayer writes of her desire to do some work with her hands, then gives updates on the health of friends and acquaintances.

Date: March, 1864

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Handwritten letter from Nathaniel Jr Potter to Amy Kirby Post, n.d.

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Handwritten letter from Nathaniel Jr Potter to Amy Kirby Post, n.d. Potter writes about a deed to be completed and of spiritualism taking hold of several people.

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Handwritten letter from Matilda Post to Tilly, n.d.

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Handwritten letter from Mary Robbins Post to Amy Kirby Post, n.d.

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Handwritten letter from Mary Robbins Post to Isaac Post, n.d.

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Handwritten letter from Mary Robbins Post to Isaac Post, n.d.

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Handwritten letter from Mary Robbins Post to Isaac Post, n.d.

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Handwritten letter from Mary Robbins Post to Isaac Post, n.d.

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Handwritten letter from Mary Robbins Post to Isaac Post, n.d. Mary writes of the declining fortunes of conservatism and the spread of liberal and antislavery ideas.

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Handwritten letter from Mary Robbins Post to Isaac Post, n.d. Mary writes primarily of family and friends, alson mentioning a spiritualist meeting and reactions to the convention in Hartford.

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Handwritten letter from Mary Robbins Post to Isaac Post, n.d. Mary writes about efforts to convert a house into a school and of some familial opposition to Amy's spiritualism.

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Handwritten letter from Joseph Post to Isaac Post, n.d. Joseph writes about spiritualism and its effects on his and Mary's relationships with their neighbors, and of a conversation with Rachel Hicks about spiritualism.

Date: January 19, 1851

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Handwritten letter from Mary Robbins Post to Isaac Post, n.d. Mary writes of health and deaths of acquaintances and family, about arguments between Garrison and other abolitionists, and about the progress of spiritualism.

Date: January 19, 1851

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Handwritten letter from Mary Robbins Post to Isaac Post, n.d. Mary Post writes about winter conditions and gives updates on acquaintances.

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Handwritten letter from Mary Robbins Post to Isaac Post, n.d. Mary writes of her changing attitude towards spiritualism, gives updates on the health of acquaintances, and gives news of the harvest at home.

Date: 1854

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Handwritten letter from Mary Robbins Post to Isaac Post, n.d. Mary gives news about acquaintances and writes complementarily about a preacher she heard at Quaker meeting, also briefly alluding to New York political developments.

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Handwritten letter from Joseph Post to Isaac Post, n.d. Joseph gives news about the farm and reports sadly of at individual who has begun attending orthodox Quaker meetings.

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Handwritten letter from Mary Robbins Post to Isaac Post, n.d. Mary writes of her and Joseph's reading of anti-slavery publications, gives news of acquaintances including information about health and weddings and of possibly reorganizing Quaker…

Date: 1865

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Handwritten letter from Mary Robbins Post to Isaac Post, n.d. Very brief note about an abolitionist petition which criticizes those who wouldn't sign in spite of their professions of liberality.

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Handwritten letter from Joseph Post to Isaac Post, n.d. Joseph writes of the divisiveness of the orthodox party in the meeting which has led to his and his wife's isolation and the potential disownment of another member.

Date: January 31, 1853

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Handwritten letter from Mary Robbins Post to Isaac Post, n.d. Mary writes of the opposition of some members of her meeting, Rachel Hicks in particular, to spiritualism and reform and gives news of family and acquaintances.

Date: January 31, 1853

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Handwritten letter from Joseph Post to Isaac Post, n.d. Joseph writes of Rachel Hicks reception in Philadelphia and inquires about recent spiritualist occurrences.

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Handwritten letter from Joseph Post to Isaac Post, n.d. Joseph writes of family members' travels and strongly criticizes particular speakers heard at Philadelphia meeting.

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Handwritten letter from Joseph Post to Isaac Post, n.d. Joseph writes about business and agricultural matters and adds some some criticism of conservatism of certain acquaintances.

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Handwritten letter from Joseph Post to Isaac Post, n.d. Joseph writes with scattered pieces of news about acquaintances and developments within his Quaker meeting.

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Handwritten letter from Joseph Post to Isaac Post, n.d. Joseph writes of increasing tension between him and members of the Quaker meeting, as well as conversations he has had about reform and spiritualism.

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Handwritten letter from Joseph Post to Isaac Post, n.d. Joseph writes briefly of divisions within the Quaker meeting and then discusses business and financial matters.

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Handwritten letter from Jacob Kirby Post to Amy Kirby Post, n.d. Jacob writes his parents with light stories about himself and about visits to various family members.

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Handwritten letter from Isaac Post to unknown recipient, n.d.

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Handwritten letter from Isaac Post to Amy Kirby? Post, n.d. Isaac writes of receiving spirit communication through the Fox sisters while they slept and of responses from friends.

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Handwritten letter from Isaac Post to Amy Kirby ? Post, n.d.

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Handwritten letter from Isaac Post to Amy Kirby Post, n.d.

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Handwritten letter from Isaac Post to unknown recipient, n.d.

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Handwritten letter from Isaac Post to unknown recipient, n.d. Isaac writes that it is necessary to keep the mind free from the constraints of the past if one wishes to make spiritual progress.

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Handwritten letter from Isaac Post to Amy Kirby Post, n.d. Isaac writes of fellow members of spiritualist "circles" and of spirit communications, along with news about various family members.

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Handwritten letter from Amy Kirby Post to Jacob Kirby Post, n.d. Amy writes her son with news of home, with particular attention to the weather and the garden.

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Handwritten letter from Amy Kirby Post to Sarah L Kirby Hallowell? Willis, n.d. Brief letter in which Amy lists meeting various acquaintances in New York.

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Handwritten letter from Amy Kirby Post to Isaac Post, n.d. Amy writes of time spent with Willie and Leah and of personal matters, including her health and upcoming meetings.

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Handwritten letter from Sarah C Owen to Amy Kirby Post, n.d. Sarah Owen tells of the necessity of going to her ill sister's bedside and requests that Amy send a few items.

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Handwritten letter from G ? L___ to Amy Kirby Post, n.d. Letter writers requests more time to repay a debt to Amy while thanking her for helping his "little Ange" and closes with news of self and acquaintances.

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Handwritten letter from Ann King to Amy Kirby Post, n.d. Ann King writes about being impressed by the "spirit power" of Henry Ward Beecher and Harriet Beecher Stowe.

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Handwritten letter from Abram James to Amy Kirby ? Post, n.d. Letter discusses the state of Spiritualism due to its place in the hands of mortals.

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