Tappan writes to Mrs. Markham expressing disappointment that the Markhams will not be able to attend the Christian Socialist Fellowship conference. Tappan offers to read Markham's labor poems at the conference.
Tappan thanks Markham for visiting Baltimore and invites Markham to visit again. He requests a handwritten copy of "The Man With The Hoe" and other poems so he can have them framed and hung at his school.
Markham, Edwin, 1852-1940. California the wonderful
Tappan writes to Markham about a check that has not been cashed and asks if Markham received it. Tappan also writes to persuade Markham to spend some time at his summer camp for boys, Camp Kah-Goon-Wah.
Liberty Party (U.S.); Antislavery movements-United States; Slavery--Law and Legislation
Manuscript draft of a four-page letter from Lysander Spooner in Boston [Massachusetts], dated March 12, 1856, to "Gerrit Smith, Lewis Tappan, William Goodell and others" dated March 12, 1856, explaining the reasons that Spooner has not joined the...
Four-page letter from Lewis Tappan in Harrisburgh [Pennsylvania] to Theodore D. Weld in New York regarding abolitionist acitvity in Pennsylvania, including the adoption of an antislavery Constitution with Executive Committees in Philadelphia and...
Free churches--Clergy; Free churches--New Jersey; Abolitionists--New York; Abolitionists--New Jersey
Three-page letter from Theodore D. Weld in Fort Lee [New Jersey] to Lewis Tappan in New York City regarding the appointment of former Lane Seminary classmate Rev. R. J. Judd to pastor of a free church in Paterson [New Jersey].
Four-page letter from Lewis Tappan of New York [City] to Theodore D. Weld in Cincinatti, Ohio, regarding Antislavery demonstrations at Lane Seminary that outraged administrators Lyman Beecher and Franklin Youngs Vail. Includes mention of several...