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Abolitionists -- United States

Subject Source: Lcnaf

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

American Missionary Association archives

Identifier: 001
Scope and Contents This collection is a valuable resource for the study of the abolitionist movement. It includes approximately 350,000 manuscript pieces. The mass of these was written during the period from 1839 to 1882, but several thousand are dated before and after that time. The manuscripts include some of the treasurers’ papers and minutes of Executive Committee meetings, as well as other items such as sermons, statistical reports, drawings, photographs, and essays; however, letters make up the large...
Dates: Created: 1828-1969; Other: Majority of material found in 1839-1882; Other: Date acquired: 08/22/1968

Dodd Family papers

Identifier: 123
Content Description The Dodd Family papers contain 23 items of correspondence to and from members of the family (1862-1866), 15 sermons (1848-1864), 1 printed extract from a speech by Alexander H. Stephens (1861), 1 abolitionist pamphlet (n.d.), 3 clippings (1863, n.d.), 4 photocopies on 2 sheets including 2 photographs of Helen M. Dodd (1868, n.d.), 1 pass issued by the Office of the Superintendent of Negro Affairs (1864), and 1 oath of loyalty (1863). Most of the correspondence is from Helen Dodd, with one...
Dates: Other: 1848-1868

Joseph Rubinfine collection

Identifier: 2153
Scope and Contents This small collection consists of autographs, correspondence, and images of prominent abolitionists. Includes autographs, all with brief quotations, from William Lloyd Garrison, Wendell Phillips, Gerrit Smith, Charles Sumner, Parker Pillsbury, Anna E. Dickinson, and one unidentified person. Also present is correspondence, mostly brief letters of salutation, from Wendell Phillips, Parker Pillsbury, and Theodore Parker. Also included is a photograph of William Lloyd Garrison and a reproduced...
Dates: Created: 1858-1878; Other: Date acquired: 12/01/1986