Friends Historical Collection

As a particular contribution to the maintenance of Guilford’s Quaker heritage, and as a resource for teaching documentary research, the Friends Historical Collection of Hege Library acquires, organizes, preserves and makes available, not only to the College but to the wider community of researchers, materials, both published and unpublished, related to the history of the Religious Society of Friends. The collection has a special responsibility for comprehensiveness in preserving the spiritual, intellectual and cultural heritage of Quakerism in the southeastern United States. As the official repository for College records, the collection is responsible for Guilford’s institutional memory, preserving records of enduring value and making them accessible.

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