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Letter from Samuel Johnson, Salem, [Mass.], to William Lloyd Garrison, Jan[uary] 15. 1875

Letter from Samuel Johnson, Salem, [Mass.], to William Lloyd Garrison,...

Samuel Johnson writes William Lloyd Garrison to express his sympathy and agreement with Garrison's "rebuke of the Faneuil Hall meeting" published in the Journal. Johnson states that those who play with the "han... More

Letter from Charles Stearns, Boston, [Massachusetts], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1876 Dec[ember] 12th

Letter from Charles Stearns, Boston, [Massachusetts], to William Lloyd...

Charles Stearns writes to William Lloyd Garrison agreeing with his "masterly reply to Mr. [James Freeman] Clark[e]s unjust attack of the Republican party." Stearns discusses the differences between the Democrat... More

Letter from Charles Stearns, Boston, [Massachusetts], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1876 Dec[ember] 12th

Letter from Charles Stearns, Boston, [Massachusetts], to William Lloyd...

Charles Stearns writes to William Lloyd Garrison agreeing with his "masterly reply to Mr. [James Freeman] Clark[e]s unjust attack of the Republican party." Stearns discusses the differences between the Democrat... More

Bruggen bij Zutphen

Bruggen bij Zutphen

Zicht op de bruggen in aanbouw

Centennial Exposition, Smithsonian Exhibit

Centennial Exposition, Smithsonian Exhibit

Description: Smithsonian Institution exhibit at the United States Government Building at the 1876 Centennial Exhibition in Philadelphia. The Smithsonian coordinated all of the U.S. Government exhibits and prepa... More

Letter from Charles Stearns, Boston, [Massachusetts], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1876 Dec[ember] 12th

Letter from Charles Stearns, Boston, [Massachusetts], to William Lloyd...

Charles Stearns writes to William Lloyd Garrison agreeing with his "masterly reply to Mr. [James Freeman] Clark[e]s unjust attack of the Republican party." Stearns discusses the differences between the Democrat... More

Philadelphia Centennial Exhibits

Philadelphia Centennial Exhibits

Description: Exhibits at the 1876 Centennial Exhibition in Philadelphia in the United States Government Building include a totem pole, minerals, paintings, and mineral technology exhibits. The Smithsonian coord... More

Letter from Charles Stearns, Boston, [Massachusetts], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1876 Dec[ember] 12th

Letter from Charles Stearns, Boston, [Massachusetts], to William Lloyd...

Charles Stearns writes to William Lloyd Garrison agreeing with his "masterly reply to Mr. [James Freeman] Clark[e]s unjust attack of the Republican party." Stearns discusses the differences between the Democrat... More

Letter from Charles Stearns, Boston, [Massachusetts], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1876 Dec[ember] 12th

Letter from Charles Stearns, Boston, [Massachusetts], to William Lloyd...

Charles Stearns writes to William Lloyd Garrison agreeing with his "masterly reply to Mr. [James Freeman] Clark[e]s unjust attack of the Republican party." Stearns discusses the differences between the Democrat... More

Letter from Charles Stearns, Boston, [Massachusetts], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1876 Dec[ember] 12th

Letter from Charles Stearns, Boston, [Massachusetts], to William Lloyd...

Charles Stearns writes to William Lloyd Garrison agreeing with his "masterly reply to Mr. [James Freeman] Clark[e]s unjust attack of the Republican party." Stearns discusses the differences between the Democrat... More

Philadelphia Centennial Bird Exhibit

Philadelphia Centennial Bird Exhibit

Description: Bird exhibit at the 1876 Centennial Exhibition in Philadelphia in the United States Government Building shows duck specimens in case. Flags hang from the ceiling above the exhibit case. The Smithso... More

Philadelphia Centennial Mineralogy Exhibits

Philadelphia Centennial Mineralogy Exhibits

Description: Mineral and Mineral Technology exhibits at the 1876 Centennial Exhibition in Philadelphia in the United States Government Building includes mineral specimens and industrial equipment. Exhibit is la... More

Letter from Charles Stearns, Boston, [Massachusetts], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1876 Dec[ember] 12th

Letter from Charles Stearns, Boston, [Massachusetts], to William Lloyd...

Charles Stearns writes to William Lloyd Garrison agreeing with his "masterly reply to Mr. [James Freeman] Clark[e]s unjust attack of the Republican party." Stearns discusses the differences between the Democrat... More

Letter from Charles Stearns, Boston, [Massachusetts], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1876 Dec[ember] 12th

Letter from Charles Stearns, Boston, [Massachusetts], to William Lloyd...

Charles Stearns writes to William Lloyd Garrison agreeing with his "masterly reply to Mr. [James Freeman] Clark[e]s unjust attack of the Republican party." Stearns discusses the differences between the Democrat... More

Letter from Henry Vincent, London, [England], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1876 July 11th

Letter from Henry Vincent, London, [England], to William Lloyd Garriso...

In this letter to William Lloyd Garrison, Henry Vincent describes his return from the United States and his upcoming lecture plans, including a stop in New York in October, before he "bid[s] adieu to the great ... More

Letter from Charles Stearns, Boston, [Massachusetts], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1876 Dec[ember] 12th

Letter from Charles Stearns, Boston, [Massachusetts], to William Lloyd...

Charles Stearns writes to William Lloyd Garrison agreeing with his "masterly reply to Mr. [James Freeman] Clark[e]s unjust attack of the Republican party." Stearns discusses the differences between the Democrat... More

Letter from Henry Vincent, Cardiff, South Wales, to William Lloyd Garrison, 1876 Dec[ember] 16

Letter from Henry Vincent, Cardiff, South Wales, to William Lloyd Garr...

Henry Vincent writes to William Lloyd Garrison wishing him a Merry Christmas and telling him that his busy schedule has not caused him to "grow lazy, as I grow older." He discusses the 1876 presidential electio... More

Bruggen bij Zutphen

Bruggen bij Zutphen

Beeld van de bruggen, waarvan een openstaande draaibrug deel uitmaakt, en contouren van de stad op de achtergrond

Letter from Charles Stearns, Boston, [Massachusetts], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1876 Dec[ember] 12th

Letter from Charles Stearns, Boston, [Massachusetts], to William Lloyd...

Charles Stearns writes to William Lloyd Garrison agreeing with his "masterly reply to Mr. [James Freeman] Clark[e]s unjust attack of the Republican party." Stearns discusses the differences between the Democrat... More

Letter from Charles Stearns, Boston, [Massachusetts], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1876 Dec[ember] 12th

Letter from Charles Stearns, Boston, [Massachusetts], to William Lloyd...

Charles Stearns writes to William Lloyd Garrison agreeing with his "masterly reply to Mr. [James Freeman] Clark[e]s unjust attack of the Republican party." Stearns discusses the differences between the Democrat... More

Centennial Exposition, Anthropology Exhibits

Centennial Exposition, Anthropology Exhibits

Description: Smithsonian exhibit of anthropological and other artifacts in the United States Government Building at the 1876 Centennial Exhibition in Philadelphia. The Smithsonian coordinated all of the U.S. Go... More

Letter from Charles Stearns, Boston, [Massachusetts], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1876 Dec[ember] 12th

Letter from Charles Stearns, Boston, [Massachusetts], to William Lloyd...

Charles Stearns writes to William Lloyd Garrison agreeing with his "masterly reply to Mr. [James Freeman] Clark[e]s unjust attack of the Republican party." Stearns discusses the differences between the Democrat... More

Letter from Charles Stearns, Boston, [Massachusetts], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1876 Dec[ember] 12th

Letter from Charles Stearns, Boston, [Massachusetts], to William Lloyd...

Charles Stearns writes to William Lloyd Garrison agreeing with his "masterly reply to Mr. [James Freeman] Clark[e]s unjust attack of the Republican party." Stearns discusses the differences between the Democrat... More

Letter from Charles Stearns, Boston, [Massachusetts], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1876 Dec[ember] 12th

Letter from Charles Stearns, Boston, [Massachusetts], to William Lloyd...

Charles Stearns writes to William Lloyd Garrison agreeing with his "masterly reply to Mr. [James Freeman] Clark[e]s unjust attack of the Republican party." Stearns discusses the differences between the Democrat... More

Letter from Charles Stearns, Boston, [Massachusetts], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1876 Dec[ember] 12th

Letter from Charles Stearns, Boston, [Massachusetts], to William Lloyd...

Charles Stearns writes to William Lloyd Garrison agreeing with his "masterly reply to Mr. [James Freeman] Clark[e]s unjust attack of the Republican party." Stearns discusses the differences between the Democrat... More

Bruggen bij Zutphen

Bruggen bij Zutphen

Bouw van een pijler voor de bruggen

Philadelphia Centennial - Mineral Exhibit

Philadelphia Centennial - Mineral Exhibit

Description: Mineral exhibits at the 1876 Centennial Exhibition in Philadelphia with other exhibits visible in the background. The Smithsonian coordinated all of the U.S. Government exhibits and prepared a disp... More

On the Way to Yosemite Falls

On the Way to Yosemite Falls

Artist: Carleton Watkins.Artist Bio: American, 1829 - 1916.Creation Date: 1876.Print Date: ca. 1876.Process: albumen print.Credit Line: Museum purchase ... More

Letter from Charles Stearns, Boston, [Massachusetts], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1876 Dec[ember] 12th

Letter from Charles Stearns, Boston, [Massachusetts], to William Lloyd...

Charles Stearns writes to William Lloyd Garrison agreeing with his "masterly reply to Mr. [James Freeman] Clark[e]s unjust attack of the Republican party." Stearns discusses the differences between the Democrat... More

Bruggen bij Zutphen

Bruggen bij Zutphen

Zicht op de bruggen in aanbouw

Philadelphia Centennial - Mammal Exhibit

Philadelphia Centennial - Mammal Exhibit

Description: Mammal exhibit and other exhibits at the 1876 Centennial Exhibition in Philadelphia in the United States Government Building. The mammal exhibit includes specimens of deer, moose and bison. The Flo... More

Letter from Harriet Lupton, St. Asaph, [Wales], to William Lloyd Garrison, April 10 [1877]

Letter from Harriet Lupton, St. Asaph, [Wales], to William Lloyd Garri...

Harriet Lupton writes William Lloyd Garrison stating that his letter was a "joyful event" in her life, as well as an "encouraging one", and that she considers it a "pleasure & an honor" to have received it. Lup... More

Letter from Oliver Johnson, Orange, N.J., to William Lloyd Garrison, May 1, 1877

Letter from Oliver Johnson, Orange, N.J., to William Lloyd Garrison, M...

Oliver Johnson writes William Lloyd Garrison stating that he has never read Garrison's letter to Dr. Eliot, and therefore cannot "decide how far the Doctor's views agree" with his own. Johnson states that he an... More

Letter from Oliver Johnson, Orange, N.J., to William Lloyd Garrison, May 1, 1877

Letter from Oliver Johnson, Orange, N.J., to William Lloyd Garrison, M...

Oliver Johnson writes William Lloyd Garrison stating that he has never read Garrison's letter to Dr. Eliot, and therefore cannot "decide how far the Doctor's views agree" with his own. Johnson states that he an... More

Letter from Oliver Johnson, Orange, N.J., to William Lloyd Garrison, May 1, 1877

Letter from Oliver Johnson, Orange, N.J., to William Lloyd Garrison, M...

Oliver Johnson writes William Lloyd Garrison stating that he has never read Garrison's letter to Dr. Eliot, and therefore cannot "decide how far the Doctor's views agree" with his own. Johnson states that he an... More

Letter from Oliver Johnson, Orange, N.J., to William Lloyd Garrison, May 1, 1877

Letter from Oliver Johnson, Orange, N.J., to William Lloyd Garrison, M...

Oliver Johnson writes William Lloyd Garrison stating that he has never read Garrison's letter to Dr. Eliot, and therefore cannot "decide how far the Doctor's views agree" with his own. Johnson states that he an... More

Letter from Oliver Johnson, Orange, N.J., to William Lloyd Garrison, May 1, 1877

Letter from Oliver Johnson, Orange, N.J., to William Lloyd Garrison, M...

Oliver Johnson writes William Lloyd Garrison stating that he has never read Garrison's letter to Dr. Eliot, and therefore cannot "decide how far the Doctor's views agree" with his own. Johnson states that he an... More

Letter from Oliver Johnson, Orange, N.J., to William Lloyd Garrison, May 4, 1877

Letter from Oliver Johnson, Orange, N.J., to William Lloyd Garrison, M...

Oliver Johnson writes William Lloyd Garrison stating that Garrison misunderstands him, and declaring that he had in fact read Garrison's article in response to Dr. Eliot, but had not read Dr. Eliot's original a... More

Letter from Oliver Johnson, Orange, N.J., to William Lloyd Garrison, Nov[ember] 28, 1877

Letter from Oliver Johnson, Orange, N.J., to William Lloyd Garrison, N...

Oliver Johnson writes that he takes neither Garrison's criticism nor his heated tone as a personal offense, knowing that they are dervied from Garrison's "honest convictions and a genuine love for humanity". Jo... More

Letter from Oliver Johnson, Orange, N.J., to William Lloyd Garrison, May 1, 1877

Letter from Oliver Johnson, Orange, N.J., to William Lloyd Garrison, M...

Oliver Johnson writes William Lloyd Garrison stating that he has never read Garrison's letter to Dr. Eliot, and therefore cannot "decide how far the Doctor's views agree" with his own. Johnson states that he an... More

Letter from Samuel Johnson, North Andover, [Mass.], to William Lloyd Garrison, Feb[ruary] 8 [18]78

Letter from Samuel Johnson, North Andover, [Mass.], to William Lloyd G...

Samuel Johnson writes William Lloyd Garrison thanking him for the copy of his letter to W.E. Chandler. Johnson states that he is always happy to read whatever Garrison "may write on these momentous issues". Joh... More

The David Hilton family near Weissert, Custer County, Nebraska.

The David Hilton family near Weissert, Custer County, Nebraska.

summary: Note: Photographer's annotation: "We did not want to show the old sod house to friends back east, but the young lady and mother wanted to prove they owned an organ." See NEBRASKA HISTORY. magazine. Vo... More

Family of John Lippencott in front of their house south of Shelton on an island, Buffalo County, Nebraska.

Family of John Lippencott in front of their house south of Shelton on ...

summary: John David Lippincott identified this photograph as: from left to right, Opal Verdilla Libbincott (b. 1896, m. Chris Yeagley), Ora Elizabeth Lippincott (b. 1894, m. Nolan Lacey and, later, Edward Lace... More

Letter from Samuel Johnson, Salem, [Mass.], to William Lloyd Garrison, Jan[uary] 15. 1875

Letter from Samuel Johnson, Salem, [Mass.], to William Lloyd Garrison,...

Samuel Johnson writes William Lloyd Garrison to express his sympathy and agreement with Garrison's "rebuke of the Faneuil Hall meeting" published in the Journal. Johnson states that those who play with the "han... More

Letter from Henry Vincent, London, [England], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1876 July 11th

Letter from Henry Vincent, London, [England], to William Lloyd Garriso...

In this letter to William Lloyd Garrison, Henry Vincent describes his return from the United States and his upcoming lecture plans, including a stop in New York in October, before he "bid[s] adieu to the great ... More

Letter from Henry Vincent, Cardiff, South Wales, to William Lloyd Garrison, 1876 Dec[ember] 16

Letter from Henry Vincent, Cardiff, South Wales, to William Lloyd Garr...

Henry Vincent writes to William Lloyd Garrison wishing him a Merry Christmas and telling him that his busy schedule has not caused him to "grow lazy, as I grow older." He discusses the 1876 presidential electio... More

Letter from Oliver Johnson, Orange, N.J., to William Lloyd Garrison, Nov[ember] 28, 1877

Letter from Oliver Johnson, Orange, N.J., to William Lloyd Garrison, N...

Oliver Johnson writes that he takes neither Garrison's criticism nor his heated tone as a personal offense, knowing that they are dervied from Garrison's "honest convictions and a genuine love for humanity". Jo... More

Letter from Oliver Johnson, Orange, N.J., to William Lloyd Garrison, May 4, 1877

Letter from Oliver Johnson, Orange, N.J., to William Lloyd Garrison, M...

Oliver Johnson writes William Lloyd Garrison stating that Garrison misunderstands him, and declaring that he had in fact read Garrison's article in response to Dr. Eliot, but had not read Dr. Eliot's original a... More

Letter from Harriet Lupton, St. Asaph, [Wales], to William Lloyd Garrison, April 10 [1877]

Letter from Harriet Lupton, St. Asaph, [Wales], to William Lloyd Garri...

Harriet Lupton writes William Lloyd Garrison stating that his letter was a "joyful event" in her life, as well as an "encouraging one", and that she considers it a "pleasure & an honor" to have received it. Lup... More

Letter from Samuel Johnson, North Andover, [Mass.], to William Lloyd Garrison, Feb[ruary] 8 [18]78

Letter from Samuel Johnson, North Andover, [Mass.], to William Lloyd G...

Samuel Johnson writes William Lloyd Garrison thanking him for the copy of his letter to W.E. Chandler. Johnson states that he is always happy to read whatever Garrison "may write on these momentous issues". Joh... More

Letter from Samuel Johnson, Salem, [Mass.], to William Lloyd Garrison, Jan[uary] 15. 1875

Letter from Samuel Johnson, Salem, [Mass.], to William Lloyd Garrison,...

Samuel Johnson writes William Lloyd Garrison to express his sympathy and agreement with Garrison's "rebuke of the Faneuil Hall meeting" published in the Journal. Johnson states that those who play with the "han... More

Letter from Henry Vincent, London, [England], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1876 July 11th

Letter from Henry Vincent, London, [England], to William Lloyd Garriso...

In this letter to William Lloyd Garrison, Henry Vincent describes his return from the United States and his upcoming lecture plans, including a stop in New York in October, before he "bid[s] adieu to the great ... More

Letter from Henry Vincent, Cardiff, South Wales, to William Lloyd Garrison, 1876 Dec[ember] 16

Letter from Henry Vincent, Cardiff, South Wales, to William Lloyd Garr...

Henry Vincent writes to William Lloyd Garrison wishing him a Merry Christmas and telling him that his busy schedule has not caused him to "grow lazy, as I grow older." He discusses the 1876 presidential electio... More

Letter from Harriet Lupton, St. Asaph, [Wales], to William Lloyd Garrison, April 10 [1877]

Letter from Harriet Lupton, St. Asaph, [Wales], to William Lloyd Garri...

Harriet Lupton writes William Lloyd Garrison stating that his letter was a "joyful event" in her life, as well as an "encouraging one", and that she considers it a "pleasure & an honor" to have received it. Lup... More

Letter from Oliver Johnson, Orange, N.J., to William Lloyd Garrison, Nov[ember] 28, 1877

Letter from Oliver Johnson, Orange, N.J., to William Lloyd Garrison, N...

Oliver Johnson writes that he takes neither Garrison's criticism nor his heated tone as a personal offense, knowing that they are dervied from Garrison's "honest convictions and a genuine love for humanity". Jo... More

Letter from Samuel Johnson, North Andover, [Mass.], to William Lloyd Garrison, Feb[ruary] 8 [18]78

Letter from Samuel Johnson, North Andover, [Mass.], to William Lloyd G...

Samuel Johnson writes William Lloyd Garrison thanking him for the copy of his letter to W.E. Chandler. Johnson states that he is always happy to read whatever Garrison "may write on these momentous issues". Joh... More

Letter from Samuel Johnson, Salem, [Mass.], to William Lloyd Garrison, Jan[uary] 15. 1875

Letter from Samuel Johnson, Salem, [Mass.], to William Lloyd Garrison,...

Samuel Johnson writes William Lloyd Garrison to express his sympathy and agreement with Garrison's "rebuke of the Faneuil Hall meeting" published in the Journal. Johnson states that those who play with the "han... More

Letter from Henry Vincent, London, [England], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1876 July 11th

Letter from Henry Vincent, London, [England], to William Lloyd Garriso...

In this letter to William Lloyd Garrison, Henry Vincent describes his return from the United States and his upcoming lecture plans, including a stop in New York in October, before he "bid[s] adieu to the great ... More

Letter from Henry Vincent, Cardiff, South Wales, to William Lloyd Garrison, 1876 Dec[ember] 16

Letter from Henry Vincent, Cardiff, South Wales, to William Lloyd Garr...

Henry Vincent writes to William Lloyd Garrison wishing him a Merry Christmas and telling him that his busy schedule has not caused him to "grow lazy, as I grow older." He discusses the 1876 presidential electio... More

Letter from Harriet Lupton, St. Asaph, [Wales], to William Lloyd Garrison, April 10 [1877]

Letter from Harriet Lupton, St. Asaph, [Wales], to William Lloyd Garri...

Harriet Lupton writes William Lloyd Garrison stating that his letter was a "joyful event" in her life, as well as an "encouraging one", and that she considers it a "pleasure & an honor" to have received it. Lup... More

Letter from Oliver Johnson, Orange, N.J., to William Lloyd Garrison, Nov[ember] 28, 1877

Letter from Oliver Johnson, Orange, N.J., to William Lloyd Garrison, N...

Oliver Johnson writes that he takes neither Garrison's criticism nor his heated tone as a personal offense, knowing that they are dervied from Garrison's "honest convictions and a genuine love for humanity". Jo... More

Letter from Samuel Johnson, North Andover, [Mass.], to William Lloyd Garrison, Feb[ruary] 8 [18]78

Letter from Samuel Johnson, North Andover, [Mass.], to William Lloyd G...

Samuel Johnson writes William Lloyd Garrison thanking him for the copy of his letter to W.E. Chandler. Johnson states that he is always happy to read whatever Garrison "may write on these momentous issues". Joh... More

Letter from Oliver Johnson, Orange, N.J., to William Lloyd Garrison, Nov[ember] 28, 1877

Letter from Oliver Johnson, Orange, N.J., to William Lloyd Garrison, N...

Oliver Johnson writes that he takes neither Garrison's criticism nor his heated tone as a personal offense, knowing that they are dervied from Garrison's "honest convictions and a genuine love for humanity". Jo... More

Letter from Oliver Johnson, Orange, N.J., to William Lloyd Garrison, Nov[ember] 28, 1877

Letter from Oliver Johnson, Orange, N.J., to William Lloyd Garrison, N...

Oliver Johnson writes that he takes neither Garrison's criticism nor his heated tone as a personal offense, knowing that they are dervied from Garrison's "honest convictions and a genuine love for humanity". Jo... More

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