Two-page deposition of Dr. John Archer of Annarundel [Anne Arundel] County [Maryland], describing circumstances surrounding the death of Jos, a slave belonging to Mr. James Lee. Archer testifies that an autopsy of the victim showed cause of death...
Abolitionists--Massachusetts--Boston; Abolitionists--Massachusetts--Athol; Antislavery movements--United States
Four-page letter dated November 23, 1845, from G. [George] Bradburn in Boston [Massachusetts] to Lysander Spooner in Athol [Massachusetts], responding to Spooner's request for a visit and disucssing opinions of, and reactions to, Spooner's essays.
Two-page letter dated September 14, 1955, from Geo. [George] Bradburn in North Chelsea [Massachusetts] to [Lysander] Spooner, notifying him that he will not travel into the city to visit before heading on to Bangor [Maine].
Four-page letter from Gerrit Smith of Peterboro [New York] to Lysander Spooner in Athol, Massachusetts, dated April 27, 1847, responding to Spooner's request for funds to support him during a visit to Boston as he writes his newest book. Includes...
Two-page letter sent from New York City by Gerrit Smith to Angelina and Sarah Grimke of Philadelphia to give his regrets for not being able to visit or attend the wedding of Angelina Grimke and Theodore Dwight Weld, due to his poor health.
Three-page letter from Gerrit Smith of Peterboro [New York] to Theodore D. Weld in Manlius [New York] regarding the recent visit of David Cambell and the expected visit of Weld, Angelina Grimke and Sarah Grimke, among others.
July 6th, 1899
My Dear Comrade:
I send immediately the two letters of introduction. I also wanted you to meet Mr. Edwin D. Mead, editor of “The New England Magazine.” But he is a friend of Mr. Mills, and you must ask Mr. Mills to...
Oct. 24, 1899.
My dear comrade:
I am delighted that you can come and lecture, and have so informed the students. I am eagerly anticipating your visit also, as I shall be sailing for Europe and Palestine the last of January and have many things I...
March 10, 1901
Mr. Edwin Markham:
My Dear Mr. Markham:
Dr. Herron is to be in New York for a few days, and he and Miss Raud expect to lunch with us tomorrow (Monday) at 12:30 pm. Cannot you and Mrs. Markham also join us, so that we can all have a...
March 28 – 1901.
Dear Mrs. Markham:-
Thank you for sending me the editorial note from “Unity.” It is based, I imagine, on a longer editorial in “The Independent.” We greatly enjoyed your evening with us, and I hope I may see much of you...
Dear Mr. Markham,
I have your last letter in regard to our good friend Nelson, of St. Louis. I did not see him, however, this last time (tho I hear that he has been East again), so forwarded your letter to him at his St. Louis address.
Dear Mr. Markham,
I thank you very heartily for your kind word and invitation. To come for two or three days would be, I fear, impossible, as I am now working regular office hours. It would be a great pleasure, however, to pay you a...
Aug. 1st, 1907
Prof. Edwin Markham,
West New Brighton,
I suppose you have learned that I am to go to the International Congress at Stuttgart. I will be in New York Monday evening Aug. 5th and all day Tuesday. I would be...
Dear Mr. Markham,
I know that Ferdinand Earle wants you to go out to his place at Monroe as soon as you can go, as soon as you care to go.
I simply cannot very well go until Saturday noon – by the train (Erie Railroad) leaving Chambers...