An Inventory of the Howard J. Bourne Papers, 1947-1963

(1 box 100 items; 0.5 linear ft.)

RG 5/015


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Abstract
Howard J. Bourne (b. ca. 1890, d. ca. 1963) was a Quaker author from Portland, Indiana, who wrote for Friends Intelligencer and Friends Journal. The collection contains correspondence and writings, many relating to Quakers. Correspondents include Francis Bowditch, Teresina R. Havens, Willard Heiss, Jane P. Rushmore, and J. Barnard Walton.

Background note:
BIOGRAPHICAL AND HISTORICAL NOTE Howard J. Bourne (b. ca. 1890, d. ca. 1963) was a Quaker author from Portland, Indiana, who wrote for Friends Intelligencer and Friends Journal,

Scope and content
SCOPE AND CONTENT OF THE RECORDS Howard J. Bourne (b. ca. 1890, d. ca. 1963) was a Quaker author from Portland, Indiana, who wrote for Friends Intelligencer and Friends Journal, The collection contains correspondence and writings, mostly concerning Quakers. Correspondents include Francis Bowditch, Teresina R. Havens, Willard Heiss, Jane P. Rushmore, and J. Barnard Walton.


Added entries

Subjects
  • Authors, American -- Indiana
  • Indiana - Quakers
  • Portland (Ind.) -- Quakers
  • Quakers - Indiana
Additional Authors and Contributors
  • Bourne, Howard J.
  • Bowditch, Francis, 1912-
  • Havens, Teresina R.
  • Heiss, Willard C.
  • Rushmore, Jane P. (Jane Palen), b. 1864
  • Walton, J. Barnard (Joseph Barnard), 1885-1963
Credits
Processed by: Finding Aid Prepared by FHL staff
Date: 1970
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Sponsor: Encoding made possible by a grant by the Gladys Kriebel Delmas Foundation to the Philadelphia Consortium of Special Collections Libraries


Inventory

DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF THE RECORDS
Notes
Note to Researchers: To request materials, please note both the location and box numbers shown below:

Ser. 1. Writings, 1948-1958, n.d.

Ms. for a talk, “A Quaker on the Chances for Peace,” by Howard J. Bourne, n.d. Box 1

Ms. presumably for projected book, to have been entitled These Few Set the World Aflame, by Howard J. Bourne n.d. Box 1

Printed writings by Howard J. Bourne, appearing mainly in Friends' publications 1948-1958, n.d. Box 1

Ser. 2. Correspondence, 1947-1963, n.d.
Arranged chronologically. Authors include Howard J. Bourne (some original, some carbon copies), E. Francis Bowditch, Norman Cousins, Seth E. Furnas, Teresina Rowell Havens, Wm. Hubben, Agnes E. Meyer (Mrs. Eugene Meyer), Arthur E. Morgan, Jane Rushmore, Edgar Snow, J. Barnard Walton, Edwin H. Wilson. Howard J. Bourne main recipient.


Correspondence 1947-1953 Box 1

Correspondence 1954-1960 Box 1

Correspondence 1960-63, n.d. Box 1

Ser. 3. Memorabilia, 1958, n.d.

Membership card for Indiana Farmers Union 1958 Box 1

Membership card for American Civil Liberties Union n.d.