|Language List||Finding aid is in English|
|Language of Material||English|
|Extent||7 reels of 35 mm microfilm (nrs 580-586)|
|Processing Information||Description by Annette Mevis in 2008|
|Access and Use||Not restricted.|
|Preferred Citation||Elizabeth Fry Papers, inv.no …, Collection International Archives for the Women's Movement (IAV), in Atria, Institute on Gender Equality and Women’s History|
Born as Elizabeth Gurney on 21 May 1780, died on 12 October 1845; she was an English prison reformer, social reformer and, as a Quaker, a Christian philanthropist.
Diaries written between June 1797 and 1845; Joseph Fry's Diary 1833-1855; collection of letters and loose documents connected with Elizabeth Fry, including letters about her last illness and death, donor's letter 1950, notebooks on history and logic, original journal of journey in Holland, Denmark, Prussia and Silesia 1841.
|Location of Originals||Library of the Society of Friends, Special Collections, London|
|Related Units of Description||Location of Originals|