Title: Hare-Farley Collection In Theosophy And Phrenology,
Date (inclusive): 1855 -1921
Accession number: GTU 91-8-01
Shelf location: 2/D/4
Size: Number Of Containers: 2 boxes, 2 folios
Linear feet: 1/2
Type of material: Correspondence (some copies), lectures, broadsides, pamphlets, hand-drawings
Graduate Theological Union.
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[Identification of item], Hare-Farley Collection In Theosophy And Phrenology , GTU
91-8-01, The Graduate Theological Union Archives, Berkeley, CA.
M. Hilaire Hare or Michael H. Hare
George Bradford Farley
M.H. Hare (Michael Hilaire, or Hillary, Hare) seems to have come from Ireland in the
1830's. He was in Buffalo, New York, and came, prior to the 1850's to Ohio. He was a
teacher, lecturer, and examiner in phrenology. He had a wife and two children. One of the
children, a daughter, was named Idyl Hare. She married George Bradford Farley in 1890 in
Michigan. Farley was a Civil War veteran, and worked for the Michigan Central Railway,
and lectured in Theosophy.