Warder-Haines papers  1789-1854 (bulk 1822-1854)
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Additional Descriptive Data


  • Armstrong, Oliver.
  • Cadbury, Caroline.
  • Haines, Ann.
  • Haines, Hannah.
  • Haines, Jane Bowne, d. 1911.
  • Haines, Reuben.
  • Haines, Sarah.
  • Hartshorne, A.
  • Hartshorne, Sarah.
  • Janney, Elizabeth W.
  • Rannels, Mary W.
  • Warder, Benjamin H.
  • Warder, Elizabeth Bowne Haines.
  • Warder, Jeremiah.
  • Warder, James.
  • Warder, John Aston, 1812-1883.
  • Warder, John H.
Related Materials

The Clements Library has many collections related to Quaker families and physician practices in the 19th century, including the Quaker collection and the American Science and Medicine collection among others.

The William Young papers contain a letter from Reuben Haines to James Irvine (July 14, 1786)

The American Philosophical Society has Warder-Haines family material in the Wyck Association collection (Pennsylvania)

The Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institute, has a collection of Reuben Haines and Haines family papers (Washington D.C.)

Earlham College's Friends Collection and College Archives has a Warder family papers collection (Indiana)

The Forest History Society's George H. Wirt Collection contains a letter and several speeches and reports written by John A. Warder (North Carolina)

Haverford College's Quaker and Special Collections has material related to the Reuben Haines (Pennsylvania)


Clepper, Henry. Leaders of American Conservation. Natural Resources Council of America, 1971.

Warder, J. A. Address Delivered Before the Otoe County Horticultural Society in Nebraska City, September 12th, 1878. [Nebraska City]: The Society, 1878.