William C. Allen

William C. Allen

(March 9, 1857 — March 14, 1938), Quaker recorded minister of the Philadelphia Yearly Meeting.

Second Month, 8

We had a hard time getting to Manila. Twice the ships we had engaged passage on were taken out of the service, but finally we got

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Second Month, 11

We have passed a good deal of the past two days in presenting introductions and arranging for future work. The educational institutions are most open

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Second Month, 12

At 7 :30 a. m. we were on the platform of the Normal School facing about 800 prospective teachers. Men predominated, which is unusual in

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Second Month, 13

A crowded assembly room, with many standing, bore witness to the interest felt in the international peace question by the students of the University of

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Second Month, 14

Last night we were most generously entertained at the attractive home of Prof. Wm. T. Hilles, a Friend. Another Friend, Dr. Alvin J. Cox, of

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Second Month, 16

Last night we were entertained at the home of G. W. Wright, a leading missionary. We were the guests of the  Evangelical Union of Manila. After

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Second Month, 18

At 12:15 noon to-day we left the pier at Manila on the beautiful Japanese steamship Hitachi Maru for Australia. Our kind friends, Wm. T. Hilles

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Second Month, 20

Our ship called at Zamboanga to-day. It is at the southern comer of the Philippine group. We had just one hour ashore. It is a

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