Bronner, Edwin Blaine
BRONNER, Edwin Blaine
BRONNER, Edwin Blaine. American, b. 1920. Genres: History, Theology/Religion, Biography. Career: Professor Emeritus of History, Haverford College, Pa., since 1990 (Professor and Curator of Quaker Collection, 1962-90; Librarian, 1969-86). Book Review Ed., Quaker History, 1974-90. President, Friends Historical Association, 1970-72 and 1974-77; President, Friends Historical Society (London), 1970. Publications: Thomas Earle as Reformer, 1948; William Penn's Holy Experiment, 1962; (ed.) American Quakers Today, 1966; (ed.) Walter Robson's Journal, 1970; The Other Branch, 1974; William Penn, 1975; (co-author) The Papers of William Penn, V, Bibliography, 1986; (ed.) The Quakers, by W. W. Comfort, 1986; (ed.) Everyman's William Penn, The Peace of Europe, The Fruits of Solitude, and other Writings, 1990. Address: 171 Crosslands, Kennett Square, PA 19348, U.S.A.