Revised edition of a 1944 essay on the heart and soul of Quaker practice.
About the Author(s)
Howard E. Collier was a physician and surgeon in Worcester, England, who delivered Woodbrooke’s Swarthmore Lecture in 1936. He was an authority on health in industry and taught Industrial Hygiene and Medicine at the University of Birmingham. Howard sojourned at Pendle Hill in 1938, on a journey undertaken mainly to observe industrial conditions in the United States. Howard approached to the subject of Quaker meeting as an experimental scientist guided by scientific procedure.
Pendle Hill Pamphlet #26