Note: Sources described as 'not published' or 'privately printed' can be seen on the open shelves at Friends House Library

Primary sources

Photographs & photographs albums, paintings, silhouettes and engravings seen at the Library, Friends House, Euston Road, London NW1 2BJ

Collection of photographs by Richard Dykes Alexander, K 420 (Acc. No. 4678), Suffolk Record Office (Ipswich Branch), County Hall, Ipswich IP4 2JS

Digest of marriages 1837-1903 (microfilm), at Friends House Library

Ms letters of Elizabeth Fry to Joseph John Gurney, Eddington Gurney Ms I/219 (Friends House Library)

Ms letters of Daniel Gurney to John Henry Gurney, Eddington Gurney Ms II/63 (Friends House Library)

Abbatt, John Dilworth (1988) A Victorian Quaker Courtship. Lancashire Love Letters of the 1850s. York: William Sessions

Ackworth School Centenary Committee (1879) List of the Boys & Girls Admitted into Ackworth School 1779-1879. London: Samuel Harris

Aggs, Mary (1859) A Memoir of Martha Lucy Pease. Privately printed

Alexander, Ann, ed. (1858) Gathered Fragments: Briefly Illustrative of the Life of George Dillwyn. London: Alfred W. Bennett

Alexander, Helen Cadbury (1906) Richard Cadbury of Birmingham. London: Hodder & Stoughton

Alexander, John (1847) Brief Memoir of Joseph John Gurney, Esq. London: Charles Gilpin

Allen, William (1846-47) The Life of William Allen, with selections from his Correspondence. 3 vols, London: Charles Gilpin

Annual Monitor

anon. (1834) Rules of Discipline of the Religious Society of Friends. London

anon. (1849) Supplement to the Rules of Discipline of the Religious Society of Friends with Advices. London: Edward Marsh

anon. (1860) A Memoir of Elizabeth J.J. Robson. London: A.W. Bennett

anon. (1867) Memorials of William H. & Sophia Alexander of Ipswich. London: F.B. Kitto

anon. (1870) Memoir of the late John Talwin Shewell. Ipswich: privately printed

anon. (1873) Memoranda relating to the late Sarah Littleboy. Privately printed

anon. (1910) Philip Edward Sewell. A Sketch

anon. (1925) 'Joseph Rowntree 1836-1925', Special Memorial Number of the C.W.M., the Journal of Rowntree's Cocoa Works, York

anon. (n.d.) Arthur Albright. Birmingham: Guild Press

____ (n.d.) Arthur Albright. Notes of his Life. (privately printed)

anon. (n.d.) In Memoriam John Beaumont Pease

Austin, Mrs (1857) Notice of Miss Anna Gurney, repr. from the Gentleman's Magazine Sept 1857

B., H. ed. (1874) Memoirs of Joseph Buckley. London: Samuel Harris

B., J. (1884) A Beloved Mother. Life of Hannah S. Allen by her daughter. London: Samuel Harris

Backhouse, Hannah Chapman (1858) Extracts from the Journal and Letters of Hannah Chapman Backhouse. Not published.

Backhouse, James & Tylor, Charles (1862) The Life and Labours of George Washington Walker. London: A.W. Bennett

Backhouse, K. (1855) Memoir of Samuel Capper. London: W. & F.G. Cash

Backhouse, S. (1870) Memoir of James Backhouse. London: F. Bowyer Kitto

Baker, Wm King (n.d.) A Quaker Warrior. The Life of William Hobson. London: Headley

Barcus, James E. (1966) The Literary Correspondence of Bernard Barton. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press

Barton, Bernard (1849) Selections from the Poems and Letters of Bernard Barton, edited by his daughter. London: Hall, Virtue

Bayly, Mrs (1889) The Life and Letters of Mrs. Sewell. London: James Nisbet

Beck, W., W.F. Wells & H.G. Chalkley (1888) Biographical Catalogue, being an account of the lives of Friends and others whose portraits are in the London Friends' Institute, London: Friends' Institute

Bellows, E. (1904) John Bellows: Letter and Memoir. London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner

Bishop, Benjamin (1865) Memoir of Benjamin Bishop with Extracts from his Letters. London: A.W. Bennett

Boyce, Anne Ogden (1889) Records of a Quaker Family: The Richardsons of Cleveland. London: Samuel Harris

Brady, Edward Foster (1839) A Memoir of Edward Foster Brady. London: Harvey & Darton

Braithwaite, ____ (1909) J. Bevan Braithwaite. A Friend of the Nineteenth Century. By His Children. London: Hodder & Stoughton

Braithwaite, Joseph Bevan, ed. (1854) Memoirs of Joseph John Gurney. 2 vols., Norwich: Fletcher & Alexander

Braithwaite, Joseph Bevan, ed. (1905) Memoirs of Anna Braithwaite. London: Headley

Brett, R.L., ed. (1979) Barclay Fox's Journal. London: Bell & Hyman

Brightwell, Cecilia Lucy (1854) Memorials of the Life of Amelia Opie. 2nd edn, London: Longman, Brown

____ (1857) Memoir of Amelia Opie. London: Religious Tract Society

The British Friend, from 1843

Brockbank, Richard Bowman (1912) Richard Bowman Brockbank. A Memoir. 1912: Privately printed

Brown, Potto (1878) Potto Brown, the Village Philanthropist. St Ives: Albert Goodman

Bryant, G.E. & Baker, G.P., eds (1934) A Quaker Journal: being the Diary and Reminiscences of William Lucas of Hitchin, 1804-1851. A Member of the Society of Friends. 2 vols, London: Hutchinson

Buckley, Joseph (1874) Memoirs of Joseph Buckley, edited by his daughter. Glasgow: Robert Smeal

Budge, Frances Anne (1898) Isaac Sharp, an Apostle of the Nineteenth Century. London: Headley

Burnet, John (1850) Practical Hints on Portrait Painting. London: David Bogue

Buxton, Charles, ed. (1848/1925) Memoirs of Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton, Bart. London: Dent

Cadbury, Geraldine S. (1912) Anna Strangman Southall. Privately printed

Carroll, Janet F. & Olive C. Goodbody (1966) Extracts from the Letters of John Grubb (1766-1841) to Joseph Grubb (1768-1844). Privately printed

Chapman-Huston, Desmond (1927) Sir James Reckitt. A Memoir. London: Faber & Gwyer

Clark, Henry Ecroyd (1870) Life of Joseph Clark. London: privately printed

Clarkson, Thomas (1869) A Portraiture of the Christian Profession and Practice of the Society of Friends. 3rd edition, Glasgow: Robert Smeal

Corder, Susanna (1845) Memorials of Deceased Members of the Society of Friends. London: Charles Gilpin

____ (1853) Life of Elizabeth Fry. London: W. & F.G. Cash

Creighton, Louise (1918) Life and Letters of Thomas Hodgkin. London: Longmans, Green & Co.

Crewdson, ____ (1879) A Short Memorial of William Dillworth Crewdson. Kendal: W.F. Robson

Cropper, James (n.d.) Extracts from letters on James Cropper (not published)

Croydon School Monthly Magazine. A Collection of Original Essays. (1847) Croydon: Robert Page

Denvir, Bernard (1983) The Eighteenth Century. Art, design and society, 1689-1789. London: Longman

____ (1984) The Early Nineteenth Century. Art, design and society. London: Longman

Disdéri, M. (1863) 'The Æsthetic of Photography', in The Universal Text-Book of Photography. Leeds: Harvey, Reynolds & Fowler

Doncaster, H.M., ed. (1905) James Henry Barber: A Family Memorial. 2 vols, Sheffield: privately printed

Doncaster, Phebe (1908) John Stephenson Rowntree. His Life and Work. London: Headley

Dymond, Charles William (1907) Memoirs, Letters and Poems of Jonathan Dymond. Privately printed

Eastlake, Lady Elizabeth (1857) 'Photography', London Quarterly Review, pp. 442-68; reprinted in Trachtenberg (1980), pp. 39-68

Ellis, Margaret, comp. (1883) Letters and Memorials of Eliza Ellis. Leicester: privately printed

Ellis, ____ (n.d.) The Home Life and Letters of Mrs Ellis, compiled by her nieces. London: Nisbet

Emerson, P.H. (1889) 'Hints on Art'. Naturalistic Photography for Students of the Art, chapter 4; reprinted in Trachtenberg (1980), pp. 99-105

Emmott, Elizabeth B. (1896) Loving Service. A Record of the Life of Martha Braithwaite. London: Headley

Epps, John (1831) The Life of John Walker M.D. London: Whittaker, Treacher & Co.

F., J. (1821) Extracts from the Letters and Other Writings of the late Joseph Gurney Bevan, preceded by a Short Memoir of his Life. London: William Phillips

Farrand, ____ (1857) A Sister's Memorial; or, a little account of Rebecca Farrand. London: W. & F.G. Cash

Flynn, John Stephen (1893) Sir Robert N. Fowler. London: Hodder & Stoughton

Ford, John (1861) The Sabbath School Teacher; a Memoir of Richard E. Tatham. London: A.W. Bennett

____ (1864) Memoir of Thomas Pumphrey, for twenty-seven years Superintendent of Ackworth School. London: A.W. Bennett

____ (1868) Memoir of William Tanner. London: F. Bowyer Kitto

Forster, Josiah (1865) Extracts from My Note-Book. Not published

Fowler, ____ (n.d..) Memoirs of Robert and Rachel Fowler. Norwich: not published

Fowler, Lucy (1865) Sketch and Recollections of Nicholas Waterhouse. London: Alfred W. Bennett

Fox, Anna F. (1873) Memoir of Robert Charleton. London: Samuel Harris

Fox, Maria (1846) Memoirs of Maria Fox. London: Charles Gilpin

Fox, Marion E. (1911) Mary Pease. A Memoir. Privately printed

Fox, R. Hingston (1919) Dr John Fothergill and His Friends. London: Macmillan

Fox, Sarah E., ed. (1892) Edwin Octavius Tregelles. London: Hodder & Stoughton

The Friend, from 1843

Frith, Francis (1859) 'The Art of Photography', in Beaumont Newhall, ed. (1980) Photography: Essays & Images. New York: Museum of Modern Art

____ (1893) The Quaker Ideal. London: Edward Hicks jr

Frost, J. William (1984) The Records and Recollections of James Jenkins. New York: Edwin Mellen

Fry, Agnes (1921) A Memoir of the Right Honourable Sir Edward Fry, G.C.B. Oxford: OUP

Fry, Sir Edward, ed. (1899) James Hack Tuke. London: Macmillan

Galt, John (1820) The Life, Studies, and Works of Benjamin West, Esq. London: T. Cadell & W. Davies

Galton, Francis (1883/1907) Inquiries into Human Faculty and Its Development. London: J.M. Dent

Godard, John George (1884) George Birkbeck, The Pioneer of Popular Education. London: Bemrose

Godley, Rickman John (1917) Lord Lister. London: Macmillan

Goodbody, Michael I.A. (2000) letter to the author

Graham, John W. (1920) The Faith of a Quaker. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press

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Griffith, John (1830) Journal of the Life, Travels, and Labours . . . of John Griffith. York: Alexander

Grubb, H., ed. (1864) Letters, etc., of Sarah (Lynes) Grubb. London: A.W. Bennett

Gurney, Eliza P. (1852) A Brief Sketch of the Life of Anna Backhouse. Burlington, NJ: John Rodgers

Gurney, Joseph John (1842) Observations on the Distinguishing Views & Practices of the Society of Friends. 7th edition

Hallowell, Anna Davis (1896) James and Lucretia Mott. Life and Letters. Boston: Houghton, Mifflin

Hare, ____ (1857) Memoirs of John Sharp, late Superintendent of Croydon School. London: William & Frederick G. Cash

Harvey, S.G., ed., (1874) Recollections of a Beloved Sister. Privately printed

Harvey, Sarah G. (1886) Memorials of Thomas Harvey. Privately printed

Harvey, T.N. (1904) Autobiography of T.N. Harvey. Waterford: privately printed

Heighway, William (1876) Practical Portrait Photography. London: Piper & Carter

Hine, Lewis (1909) 'Social Photography, How the Camera May Help in the Social Uplift', Proceedings, National Conference of Charities and Corrections, June; reprinted in Trachtenberg (1980), pp. 109-113

Hoare, Prince (1820) Memoirs of Granville Sharp, Esq. London: Henry Colburn

Hodgkin, John (1842) Extracts from the Familiar Letters of the Late Elizabeth Hodgkin. London: not published

Howitt, Mary (1859) 'Sun Pictures. I-IV', Eclectic Review n.s. (110), Sept-Dec:303-10, 381-387, 466-480, 589-597

Hubert, J. (1888) Retouching Made Easy. A Practical Guide. London: Penney, Hallett

Hurnard, Louisa Bowman (1883) James Hurnard, a Memoir. London: Samuel Harris

Hutchinson, Herbert (1946) Jonathan Hutchinson, Life and Letters. London: William Heinemann

Insull, Tom (1979) John Cadbury 1801-1889. Birmingham: privately printed

Johnson, R. Brimley, ed. (1931) Elizabeth Fry's Journeys on the Continent 1840-1841. London: John Lane The Bodley Head

Jones, Edgar, ed. (1988) The Memoirs of Edwin Waterhouse. London: Batsford

Jones, John (1867) Albert Fox, The Devout Merchant. Liverpool: Edward Howell

Kendrick, Emma E. (1830) Conversations on the Art of Miniature Painting. London: Kendrick

Leslie, Charles Robert (1860) Autobiographical Recollections. London: John Murray

Lloyd, Edith M., ed. (1928) Anna Lloyd (1837-1925), A Memoir. London: The Cayme Press

Lloyd, Samuel (1909) The Lloyds of Birmingham. Birmingham: Cornish Brothers; 3rd edition

Lucas, E.V. , ed. (1898) Charles Lamb and the Lloyds. London: Smith, Elder

Lucas, Edward Verrall (1893) Bernard Barton and His Friends: A Record of Quiet Lives. London: Edward Hicks jr

MacInnes, E. (1862) Extracts from Priscilla Johnston's Journal and Letters. Carlisle: Charles Thurnam

Maule, Joshua (1886) Transactions and Changes in the Society of Friends. Philadelphia: Lippincott

Maurice, F.D. (1842/1959) The Kingdom of Christ. London: James Clarke

Mays, Robert (1978) Henry Doubleday, the Epping Naturalist. Marlow: Precision Press

Mennell, Edward N. & Hurnard, Samuel F. (1903) Frederick Richardson. A Memoir. London

Miles, Edward (1859) Quaker Difficulties. London: A.W. Bennett

Monk, Wendy (n.d.) John Gill of Penryn. Plymouth: Rickard

Murray, Lindley (1826) Memoirs. York: Wilson & Sons

Natural History Journal Vols I & II (1877-8). York: William Sessions

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Nicoll, Lady Robertson (1932) Bells of Memory. Privately printed

Old York Scholars' Association (1935) Bootham School Register. London: E.T.W. Dennis

Peacock, George (1855) Life of Thomas Young M.D., F.R.S. London: John Murray

Pease, Sir Alfred E. (n.d.) Rachel Gurney of the Grove. London: Headley

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Pierson, Arthur T. (1906) James Wright of Bristol. London: James Nisbet

Pitt, Priscilla (1874) A Memoir of John Finch Marsh of Croydon. Privately printed

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Roberts, Evelyn, ed. (1970) Louisa. Memories of a Quaker Childhood. London: Friends' Home Service Committee

Robinson, Maude (1938) A South Down Farm in the Sixties. London: Bannisdale Press

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Rowntree, John Stephenson (1859) Quakerism, Past and Present: being an inquiry into the causes of its decline in Great Britain and Ireland. London: Smith, Elder

____ (1968) A Family Memoir of Joseph Rowntree. Birmingham: privately printed

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Steel, John William (1899) A Historical Sketch of the Society of Friends "in scorn called Quakers" in Newcastle and Gateshead. London: Headley Brothers

Steer, Henry (1897) The Smedleys of Matlock Bank. London: Elliot Stock

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____, comp. (1898) Memorials and Letters of Ann Hunt. London: Headley

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