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TagsBiography (82), Quakerism (55), Quaker History (16), 289.6 K (10), Spirituality (10), 289.6 J (9), Children's Fiction (9), 289.6 B (9), B H (9), Christianity (8) — see all tags

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About my libraryThe library of the Rahway Plainfield Friends Meeting is a small collection of books about religion, Quaker history, and biographies. The Library Committee is building a catalog for this collection.

GroupsQuaker Meeting Libraries

Homepagehttp://plainfieldquakers.org

LocationPlainfield, NJ

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Member sinceNov 21, 2012

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