Tag Archives: Earlham College

Journal – Young Friends of North America 1971

Journal 5/2/1971 Young Friends of North American Conference on Outreach, Muncie, Indiana, 4/30/1971 – 5/2/1971 It was good to see Virginia, Wilson, my physics teacher from Scattergood. Glad she was interested in learning some more about computers. I taught her … Continue reading

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Journal–2/14/1971

I took some photographs of Thomas Mullen, Earlham College religion professor.  I was supposed to take his picture for the yearbook, Sargasso, but he offered to let me take some family pictures for a book he was getting ready to … Continue reading

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Journal – Earlham College beginnings

Journal 10/30/1970 I’m doing a very bad job of keeping up this journal. Maybe its because my spiritual life has stagnated and there’s nothing to write about. Unfortunately I’m afraid its more true than my sarcastic remarks might reveal. I’ve … Continue reading

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Another Privilege

The following statement was the result of a conference held at Earlham College in 1968, at the time of the Viet Nam War.  I was a student at Scattergood Friends School at the time, and was able to attend this … Continue reading

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