Founded in 1783 as a literary society whose primary function was maintaining a student library, the Society of Social Friend's records comprise meeting minutes, correspondence, constitutions, financial documents, reports, library circulation records, diplomas, and bookplates. The Society was dissolved in 1904.
Letter from Elajah Parish in Byfield, to Social Friends, regarding purchase of books through writer.
Letter from Sanco Panza at Dartmouth College to Social Friends in which he proposes a plan of prize declamations in Latin and Greek for promotion of college interest in these languages.
Report of the Committee regarding membership.
Social Friends and United Fraternity articles.
Social Friends and United Fraternity of Dartmouth College articles of Conferation with special reference to joint library.