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Letter from William Lloyd Garrison, Glasgow, [Scotland], to Henry Clarke Wright, Sept. 23, 1846
Letter from Mary Anne Rawson, Sheffield, [England], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1877 July 5

Letter from Mary Anne Rawson, Sheffield, [England], to William Lloyd G...

Mary A. Rawson writes to William Lloyd Garrison accepting his invitation to call on her. Rawson informs Garrison that there are many trains available to reach Sheffield and if he notifies her what time he shoul... More

Letter from Eliza Wingham and Jane Wingham, Glasgow, [Scotland], to William Lloyd Garrison, [18]77 [August] 21

Letter from Eliza Wingham and Jane Wingham, Glasgow, [Scotland], to Wi...

Eliza Wigham and her stepmother, Jane Wigham, write to William Lloyd Garrison expressing their regret that although they cannot be "present at the gathering of friends tomorrow in Liverpool" they wish to thank ... More

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [N.Y.], to William Lloyd Garrison, Dec[ember] 29 1850

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [N.Y.], to William Lloyd Garr...

Samuel Joseph May writes William Lloyd Garrison inviting him to the antislavery convention to take place on January 7-9, and requests that should Garrison be unable to attend that he assist May in persuading Ge... More

Letter from Mary Anne Rawson, Sheffield, [England], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1877 July 11

Letter from Mary Anne Rawson, Sheffield, [England], to William Lloyd G...

Mary A. Rawson writes to William Lloyd Garrison expressing her gratitude for Garrison's "great kindnes" in coming to visit her. Rawson discusses her "five large volumes of autographs and portraits" which includ... More

Narrative of the life of Frederick Douglass, an American slave /

Narrative of the life of Frederick Douglass, an American slave /

"Preface" by W.L. Garrison: p. [iii]-xii. Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site.

"The Liberator" April 11, 1845 - Public Domain image, National Parks Gallery

"The Liberator" April 11, 1845 - Public Domain image, National Parks G...

This is the front page of "The Liberator" from April 11, 1845. William Lloyd Garrison published this paper in Boston, Massachusetts.

National Women's Rights Conventions in Worcester - Blackstone River Valley

National Women's Rights Conventions in Worcester - Blackstone River Va...

Abby Kelley was essential in organization the First and Second National Women’s Rights Convention, held in 1850 and 1851 at Mechanics Hall in Worcester, MA. She encouraged well-known women’s rights advocates, i... More

Letter from Elizabeth Swan Mawson, Ashfield, Gateshead on Tyne, [England], to William Lloyd Garrison, Aug[u]st 21st, 1877
Letter from Mary Anne Rawson, Sheffield, [England], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1877 July 11

Letter from Mary Anne Rawson, Sheffield, [England], to William Lloyd G...

Mary A. Rawson writes to William Lloyd Garrison expressing her gratitude for Garrison's "great kindnes" in coming to visit her. Rawson discusses her "five large volumes of autographs and portraits" which includ... More

William Lloyd Garrison - A black and white photo of a man in a suit

William Lloyd Garrison - A black and white photo of a man in a suit

Portrait, bust, facing right. This record contains unverified, old data from caption card.

Letter from Giles Badger Stebbins, Rochester, N[ew] Y[ork], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1852 June 5t

Letter from Giles Badger Stebbins, Rochester, N[ew] Y[ork], to William...

Giles B. Stebbins writes to William Lloyd Garrison sending him an obituary (not included) "of our much loved friend Susan R. Doty." Stebbins recalls that Garrison visited "her pleasant home a year since with Ge... More

Letter from Mary Anne Rawson, Sheffield, [England], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1877 July 5

Letter from Mary Anne Rawson, Sheffield, [England], to William Lloyd G...

Mary A. Rawson writes to William Lloyd Garrison accepting his invitation to call on her. Rawson informs Garrison that there are many trains available to reach Sheffield and if he notifies her what time he shoul... More

Letter from Mary Anne Rawson, Sheffield, [England], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1877 July 11

Letter from Mary Anne Rawson, Sheffield, [England], to William Lloyd G...

Mary A. Rawson writes to William Lloyd Garrison expressing her gratitude for Garrison's "great kindnes" in coming to visit her. Rawson discusses her "five large volumes of autographs and portraits" which includ... More

Letter from James Forten, Philadelphia, [Pennsylvania], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1832 May 6th

Letter from James Forten, Philadelphia, [Pennsylvania], to William Llo...

James Forten writes to William Lloyd Garrison discussing a work Garrison is about to publish (likely his "Thoughts on African Colonization"), sharing his hope that it "may be the means of opposing, in full, the... More

[William Lloyd Garrison, 1805-1879, bust portrait, facing left]

[William Lloyd Garrison, 1805-1879, bust portrait, facing left]

Illus. in: William Lloyd Garrison (1835). Reference copy may be in Biog File. This record contains unverified, old data from caption card. Caption card tracings: PI; Shelf.

Letter from Jacon Merrill Manning, Boston, [Mass.] to William Lloyd Garrison, Jan[uary] 8, 1861

Letter from Jacon Merrill Manning, Boston, [Mass.] to William Lloyd Ga...

Jacob Merrill Manning notifies William Lloyd Garrison that he was visited that morning by a Mr. Hayward, a "gentleman connected with the Liberator", whom Manning gave his permission to list him among the speake... More

Letter from Elizabeth Cady Stanton, New York, [New York], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1864 April 22

Letter from Elizabeth Cady Stanton, New York, [New York], to William L...

Elizabeth Cady Stanton writes to William Lloyd Garrison asking him to "help break in pieces this matron's 'Golden Calf' Abraham Lincoln", as she challenges a woman's claim that Garrison supports Lincoln for ree... More

Letter from Thomas Cushman Buddington, Leyden, Mass, to William Lloyd Garrison, Mar[ch] 24, 1877
Letter from Joseph Cassey, Philad[elphi]a, [Pennsylvania], to William Lloyd Garrison and Isaac Knapp, 1834 Feb[ruar]y 15th

Letter from Joseph Cassey, Philad[elphi]a, [Pennsylvania], to William ...

Joseph Cassey writes to William Lloyd Garrison and Isaac Knapp "with much satisfaction" after seeing Arnold Buffum listed as the general agent for the Liberator in Pennsylvania in the last issue of the Liberato... More

Letter from Mary Botham Howitt, West Hill Lodge, Highgate, [England], to William Lloyd Garrison, Nov. 2, [1864]

Letter from Mary Botham Howitt, West Hill Lodge, Highgate, [England], ...

Botham Howitt sends a letter of greeting to Garrison delivered by an American whose acquaintance she has made, a Mr. Framingham. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Eminent anti-slavery men; William Lloyd Garrison.
[William Lloyd Garrison, bust portrait, facing slightly right] / J. Notman, Boston.

[William Lloyd Garrison, bust portrait, facing slightly right] / J. No...

The albumen silver print is a photographic printing process that was widely used in the 19th century. It involves coating paper support with a mixture of egg whites and salt, which creates a glossy surface to h... More

Letter from Henry Egbert Benson, Providence, [Rhode Island], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1832 March 6th

Letter from Henry Egbert Benson, Providence, [Rhode Island], to Willia...

In this letter to William Lloyd Garrison, Henry Egbert Benson reports to Garrison that some new subscribers have not yet received their first copies of the Liberator and sends him money for another new subscrib... More

Letter from George William Benson, Providence, [Rhode Island], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1833 [March] 19th

Letter from George William Benson, Providence, [Rhode Island], to Will...

George William Benson writes to William Lloyd Garrison informing him that he has "nothing new to communicate respecting the Canterbury affair" but he plans to travel there with Rev. Thomas Williams later in the... More

Freedom:  Abolition - Blackstone River Valley

Freedom: Abolition - Blackstone River Valley

Even after the abolition of the trans-Atlantic slave trade by the United State government in 1808, slavery continued in the country until the passage of the 13th Amendment at the end of the American Civil War. ... More

Letter from William Lloyd Garrison, Boston, [Mass.], to Oliver Johnson, June 2, 1862

Letter from William Lloyd Garrison, Boston, [Mass.], to Oliver Johnson...

Public domain photograph related to Boston, Massachusetts, New England history, free to use, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description

Letter from James Hayes Raper, London, [England], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1877 June 5

Letter from James Hayes Raper, London, [England], to William Lloyd Gar...

James Hayes Raper writes to William Lloyd Garrison welcoming him to London and asks Garrison to "command my services for any purposes." Raper mentions that Mr. [Frederick William] Chesson was "asking anxiously"... More

Letter from Frederick William Chesson, 172 Lambeth Road, S.E., [London, England], to William Lloyd Garrison, October 28, 1878

Letter from Frederick William Chesson, 172 Lambeth Road, S.E., [London...

Public domain reproduction of art print, free to use, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description

Letter from Lydia White, Philad[elphi]a, [Pennsylvania], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1831 [October] 17

Letter from Lydia White, Philad[elphi]a, [Pennsylvania], to William Ll...

Lydia White writes to William Lloyd Garrison sharing her desire to assist in "the support and circulation of the Liberator" and sending Garrison the names of four new subscribers, promising to "cheerfully embra... More

William Lloyd Garrison portrait

William Lloyd Garrison portrait

William Lloyd Garrison, abolitionist, journalist, and editor of The Liberator Public domain photograph of a portrait, illustration, engraving, free to use, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description

National testimonial to William Lloyd Garrison ... [1866].

National testimonial to William Lloyd Garrison ... [1866].

Garrison, William Lloyd. Page Order: Leaflet Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 72, Folder 5.

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Brooklyn, [Connecticut], to William Lloyd Garrison, Brooklyn, [Connecticut]

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Brooklyn, [Connecticut], to William Llo...

Samuel Joseph May writes to William Lloyd Garrison thanking him for sending "the present of 50 copies" of his Discourse and encouraging him to visit Brooklyn sometime during the month. He then discusses his new... More

Letter from James Cropper, Liverpool, [England], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1834 [May] 17th

Letter from James Cropper, Liverpool, [England], to William Lloyd Garr...

James Cropper writes to William Lloyd Garrison after receiving a bound volume of the Liberator for 1833 and telling him that he had subscribed through Joseph Sturge to receive the Liberator regularly. He then p... More

Letter from William Smeal, Glasgow, [Scotland], to William Lloyd Garrison, [18]40 [August] 1

Letter from William Smeal, Glasgow, [Scotland], to William Lloyd Garri...

William Smeal writes to William Lloyd Garrison informing him that William Adam has learned from Charles Lenox Remond that "R[alph] R. Gurley & a Coloured [sic] female named Ela, have just arrived in Liverpool."... More

Letter from William Lloyd Garrison, Rockledge, [Roxbury, Mass.], to Fanny Garrison Villard, Jan. 1, 1874
Letter from Oliver Johnson, [New York, N.Y.], to William Lloyd Garrison, Sept[ember] 7, 1870

Letter from Oliver Johnson, [New York, N.Y.], to William Lloyd Garriso...

Oliver Johnson inquires if William Lloyd Garrison is quite certain that he had not been paid for one of his articles published in the Independent, as Johnson states that the accounting ledgers show that a check... More

Narrative of the life of Frederick Douglass, an American slave /

Narrative of the life of Frederick Douglass, an American slave /

"Preface" by W.L. Garrison: p. [iii]-xii. Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site.

[William Lloyd Garrison, bust portrait, facing slightly right] / J. Notman, Boston.

[William Lloyd Garrison, bust portrait, facing slightly right] / J. No...

The albumen silver print is a photographic printing process that was widely used in the 19th century. It involves coating paper support with a mixture of egg whites and salt, which creates a glossy surface to h... More

Letter from Harriet Beecher Stowe, Andover, [Massachusetts], to William Lloyd Garrison, [1853] Dec[ember] 22nd

Letter from Harriet Beecher Stowe, Andover, [Massachusetts], to Willia...

Harriet Beecher Stowe writes to William Lloyd Garrison suggesting "a set of anti-slavery lectures [be held] in Boston this winter similar to that in New York and Worcester." Stowe offers to pay "the expenses of... More

Letter from George Douglas Campbell Argyll, Argyll Lodge, Kensington, [London, England], to William Lloyd Garrison, [18]67 June 19

Letter from George Douglas Campbell Argyll, Argyll Lodge, Kensington, ...

In this letter to William Lloyd Garrison, the Duke of Argyll invites him, along with his son and daughter, to have breakfast at their house the following morning. The letter states that if the 10am breakfast is... More

Letter from William Lloyd Garrison, Boston, [Mass.], to George William Benson, Oct. 20, 1837
Letter from Mary Carpenter, Bristol, [England], to William Lloyd Garrison, Mar[ch] 5. [18]77

Letter from Mary Carpenter, Bristol, [England], to William Lloyd Garri...

Mary Carpenter informs William Lloyd Garrison of her pleasure at having learned from Harriet Lupton of Garrison's proposal to visit England. Carpenter states her hopes that Garrison will pay them an early visit... More

Letter from Mary Anne Rawson, Sheffield, [England], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1877 July 11

Letter from Mary Anne Rawson, Sheffield, [England], to William Lloyd G...

Mary A. Rawson writes to William Lloyd Garrison expressing her gratitude for Garrison's "great kindnes" in coming to visit her. Rawson discusses her "five large volumes of autographs and portraits" which includ... More

Letter from Thomas Hughes, Lincoln's Inn, 3 Old Square, London, to William Lloyd Garrison, Sept. 9 / [18]64

Letter from Thomas Hughes, Lincoln's Inn, 3 Old Square, London, to Wil...

Hughes writes Garrison to offer his congratuations & respects concerning Garrison's support of Abraham Lincoln's re-election, & denounces those within the American Abolition movement which have broken with Garr... More

Letter from William Lloyd Garrison, Francis Jackson Garrison, Nov. 3, 1869
Letter from Mary Anne Rawson, Sheffield, [England], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1877 July 11

Letter from Mary Anne Rawson, Sheffield, [England], to William Lloyd G...

Mary A. Rawson writes to William Lloyd Garrison expressing her gratitude for Garrison's "great kindnes" in coming to visit her. Rawson discusses her "five large volumes of autographs and portraits" which includ... More

Letter from Mary Anne Rawson, Sheffield, [England], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1877 July 11

Letter from Mary Anne Rawson, Sheffield, [England], to William Lloyd G...

Mary A. Rawson writes to William Lloyd Garrison expressing her gratitude for Garrison's "great kindnes" in coming to visit her. Rawson discusses her "five large volumes of autographs and portraits" which includ... More

Letter from Caroline Atherton Mason, Fitchburg, Mass, to William Lloyd Garrison, June 29, [18]62

Letter from Caroline Atherton Mason, Fitchburg, Mass, to William Lloyd...

Caroline A. Mason forwards to William Lloyd Garrison a hymn to be sung at the anti-slavery "Gathering", as she doubts her ability to attend. Mason directs Garrison to have this hymn sang or suppressed as his di... More

Letter from George Thompson, Rochester, N[ew] Y[ork], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1864 Ap[ril] 26

Letter from George Thompson, Rochester, N[ew] Y[ork], to William Lloyd...

George Thompson writes to William Lloyd Garrison reporting that his last lecture in Rochester "was well received." He also says that he spoke to Frederick Douglass after the meeting and he will lecture again th... More

Song lyrics: "The War Song," from Edmund Quincy, Dedham, [Massachusetts], to William Lloyd Garrison, [1867 February 16]

Song lyrics: "The War Song," from Edmund Quincy, Dedham, [Massachusett...

Edmund Quincy sent this antislavery song of three stanzas, repeating the words "Reform! Reform!" after each one, to William Lloyd Garrison. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Letter from Enoch Lewis, Philadelphia, [Pa.], to William Lloyd Garrison, Sept[ember] 8. 1877

Letter from Enoch Lewis, Philadelphia, [Pa.], to William Lloyd Garriso...

Enoch Lewis states his pleasure that Francis Jackson Garrison was able to visit England, and offers his congratulations to his Garrison and his father on their safe return. Lewis states that he has been told by... More

Letter from Charles Marriott, Hudson, N[ew] Y[ork], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1837 [December] 21st

Letter from Charles Marriott, Hudson, N[ew] Y[ork], to William Lloyd G...

Charles Marriott writes to William Lloyd Garrison sending him ten dollars to pay for a number of Liberator subscriptions. He then comments on recent events like the Clerical Appeal as causing him "sadness & som... More

Letter from Charles Marriott, Hudson, N[ew] Y[ork], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1837 [December] 21st

Letter from Charles Marriott, Hudson, N[ew] Y[ork], to William Lloyd G...

Charles Marriott writes to William Lloyd Garrison sending him ten dollars to pay for a number of Liberator subscriptions. He then comments on recent events like the Clerical Appeal as causing him "sadness & som... More

Letter from Mary Anne Rawson, Sheffield, [England], to William Lloyd Garrison, October 15, 1878

Letter from Mary Anne Rawson, Sheffield, [England], to William Lloyd G...

Mary Anne Rawson writes William Lloyd Garrison a few words concerning their recently-deceased mutual friend, George Thompson. Rawson states that despite her sense that "this poor earth seems the poorer" in Thom... More

[William Lloyd Garrison, bust portrait, facing slightly right] / J. Notman, Boston.

[William Lloyd Garrison, bust portrait, facing slightly right] / J. No...

Public domain image of a male portrait, free to use, no copyright restrictions - Picryl description

A brief sketch of the trial of William Lloyd Garrison, for an alleged libel on Francis Todd, of Newburyport, Mass.

A brief sketch of the trial of William Lloyd Garrison, for an alleged ...

Picryl description: Public domain document related to trials and litigations, free to use, no copyright restrictions image.

Slavery and the Boston riot. The following letter was written, shortly after the pro-slavery riot in Boston by Angeline E. Grimke to William Lloyd Garrison ... 1835.

Slavery and the Boston riot. The following letter was written, shortly...

Title. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 56, Folder 15.

Letter from Giles Badger Stebbins, Rochester, N[ew] Y[ork], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1852 June 5t

Letter from Giles Badger Stebbins, Rochester, N[ew] Y[ork], to William...

Giles B. Stebbins writes to William Lloyd Garrison sending him an obituary (not included) "of our much loved friend Susan R. Doty." Stebbins recalls that Garrison visited "her pleasant home a year since with Ge... More

Letter from Thodore Dwight Weld and Angelina Emily Grimke, to William Lloyd Garrison

Letter from Thodore Dwight Weld and Angelina Emily Grimke, to William ...

Theodore and Angelina Grimke Weld write William Lloyd Garrison expressing their wish that Garrison attend and speak at the funeral of Sarah Grimke, who passed away December 23, 1873. They include a typeset circ... More

William Lloyd Garrison, half-length portrait, seated, facing front, age thirty, [1885?]

William Lloyd Garrison, half-length portrait, seated, facing front, ag...

Public domain image of an engraving, male portrait, free to use, no copyright restrictions - Picryl description

The Anti-Suffragist by William Lloyd Garrison

The Anti-Suffragist by William Lloyd Garrison

Note: Although written years ago, still appropriate

Letter from Anne Knight, to William Lloyd Garrison, [October] 14 [18]45

Letter from Anne Knight, to William Lloyd Garrison, [October] 14 [18]4...

Anne Knight offers William Lloyd Garrison her prayers for his continued good health in his work. Knight laments the burdens of the annexation of Texas and the election of a "pro-slavery president", labelling it... More

Letter from Helen Magill White, London, [England], to William Lloyd Garrison, Sept[ember] 30. [18]77

Letter from Helen Magill White, London, [England], to William Lloyd Ga...

Helen Magill writes William Lloyd Garrison thanking him for his kindness and for the letter of introduction which he has seen to provide her. Magill details her struggles with mathematics, calling them her "bêt... More

Henry Browne Blackwell, photo mechanical print and 80th birthday poem by William Lloyd Garrison

Henry Browne Blackwell, photo mechanical print and 80th birthday poem ...

Public domain illustrated book page scan, American, free to use, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description

Letter from James Forten, Philad[elphi]a, [Pennsylvania], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1830 December 31st

Letter from James Forten, Philad[elphi]a, [Pennsylvania], to William L...

James Forten writes to William Lloyd Garrison describing his happiness to hear that Garrison is "about establishing a paper in Boston." Forten declares, "I hope your efforts may not be in vain; and may the 'Lib... More

Letter from Mary Anne Rawson, Sheffield, [England], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1877 July 5

Letter from Mary Anne Rawson, Sheffield, [England], to William Lloyd G...

Mary A. Rawson writes to William Lloyd Garrison accepting his invitation to call on her. Rawson informs Garrison that there are many trains available to reach Sheffield and if he notifies her what time he shoul... More

Letter from William Lloyd Garrison, Boston, [Mass.], to Helen Eliza Garrison, Nov. 4, 1835
Letter from Robert Rutherford, [Brown County, Ohio], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1834 April 30

Letter from Robert Rutherford, [Brown County, Ohio], to William Lloyd ...

Robert Rutherford writes to William Lloyd Garrison "on a subject that has lately absorbed all my feelings, I mean the slavery of our country." He mentions the efforts of the Chilicothe Presbytery to educate fre... More

Letter from Joseph Healy, Phila[delphia], [Pa.], to William Lloyd Garrison, 10 mo[nth] 1838

Letter from Joseph Healy, Phila[delphia], [Pa.], to William Lloyd Garr...

At the request of the treasurer of the Bucks County Anti-Slavery Society, Joseph Healy sends William Lloyd Garrison twenty dollars for his personal use. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Letter from William P. Powell, New York, [New York], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1862 July 14th

Letter from William P. Powell, New York, [New York], to William Lloyd ...

William P. Powell, a physician, writes to William Lloyd Garrison about the new boarding house for seamen he has opened with the American Seaman's Friend Society. Powell explains that while this work is not dire... More

Letter from Oliver Johnson, [New York, N.Y.], to William Lloyd Garrison, Sept[ember] 7, 1870

Letter from Oliver Johnson, [New York, N.Y.], to William Lloyd Garriso...

Oliver Johnson inquires if William Lloyd Garrison is quite certain that he had not been paid for one of his articles published in the Independent, as Johnson states that the accounting ledgers show that a check... More

Letter from E.B. Kenrick, Cambridgeport, [Cambridge, Mass.], to William Lloyd Garrison, March 3. 1851

Letter from E.B. Kenrick, Cambridgeport, [Cambridge, Mass.], to Willia...

E.B. Kenrick writes William Lloyd Garrison concerning an article published in a later November edition of the Liberator entitled "Phrenology versus Slavery", stating that it may be explained, and offers numerou... More

Letter from Mary Anne Rawson, Sheffield, [England], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1877 July 11

Letter from Mary Anne Rawson, Sheffield, [England], to William Lloyd G...

Mary A. Rawson writes to William Lloyd Garrison expressing her gratitude for Garrison's "great kindnes" in coming to visit her. Rawson discusses her "five large volumes of autographs and portraits" which includ... More

Letter from Mary Anne Rawson, Sheffield, [England], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1877 July 5

Letter from Mary Anne Rawson, Sheffield, [England], to William Lloyd G...

Mary A. Rawson writes to William Lloyd Garrison accepting his invitation to call on her. Rawson informs Garrison that there are many trains available to reach Sheffield and if he notifies her what time he shoul... More

Letter from Charles Marriott, Hudson, N[ew] Y[ork], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1837 [December] 21st

Letter from Charles Marriott, Hudson, N[ew] Y[ork], to William Lloyd G...

Charles Marriott writes to William Lloyd Garrison sending him ten dollars to pay for a number of Liberator subscriptions. He then comments on recent events like the Clerical Appeal as causing him "sadness & som... More

Letter from Mary Anne Rawson, Sheffield, [England], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1877 July 11

Letter from Mary Anne Rawson, Sheffield, [England], to William Lloyd G...

Mary A. Rawson writes to William Lloyd Garrison expressing her gratitude for Garrison's "great kindnes" in coming to visit her. Rawson discusses her "five large volumes of autographs and portraits" which includ... More

Letter from Mary Anne Rawson, Sheffield, [England], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1877 July 11

Letter from Mary Anne Rawson, Sheffield, [England], to William Lloyd G...

Mary A. Rawson writes to William Lloyd Garrison expressing her gratitude for Garrison's "great kindnes" in coming to visit her. Rawson discusses her "five large volumes of autographs and portraits" which includ... More

Letter from Harriet Beecher Stowe, Andover, [Massachusetts], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1853 Nov[ember] 30

Letter from Harriet Beecher Stowe, Andover, [Massachusetts], to Willia...

In this letter to William Lloyd Garrison, Harriet Beecher Stowe acknowledges Garrison's letter published in the Liberator on December 23, 1853 in reply to her letter, and she says she did not reply immediately ... More

William Lloyd Garrison.

William Lloyd Garrison.

Picryl description: Public domain image from the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture in Harlem, free to use, no copyright restrictions image. The Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture in Har... More

Proposals for publishing a weekly periodical in Washington City, to be entitled the Public Liberator, and Journal of the Times by William Lloyd Garrison, [Aug. 1830]
Letter from William Lloyd Garrison, Boston, [Mass.], to Henry Egbert Benson, July 21, 1832
Letter from Charles Marriott, Hudson, N[ew] Y[ork], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1837 [December] 21st

Letter from Charles Marriott, Hudson, N[ew] Y[ork], to William Lloyd G...

Charles Marriott writes to William Lloyd Garrison sending him ten dollars to pay for a number of Liberator subscriptions. He then comments on recent events like the Clerical Appeal as causing him "sadness & som... More

Letter from Samuel Edmund Sewall, to William Lloyd Garrison, Feb[ruary] 18 [1868]

Letter from Samuel Edmund Sewall, to William Lloyd Garrison, Feb[ruary...

Samuel Edmund Sewall forwards to William Lloyd Garrison a copy of paperwork pertaining to the "trust" established for Garrison, and states that both Mr. Endicott and Mr. Coffin had reviewed the figures therein ... More

William Lloyd Garrison (1838-1909)

William Lloyd Garrison (1838-1909)

William Lloyd Garrison, son of the abolitionist, died September 12, 1909.

Letter from Aaron Macy Powell, Ghent, [N.Y.], to William Lloyd Garrison, Sept[ember] 7. 1862

Letter from Aaron Macy Powell, Ghent, [N.Y.], to William Lloyd Garriso...

Aaron Macy Powell informs William Lloyd Garrison that he and his family have enjoyed Fanny Garrison's visit, and writes that she bears characteristics of both of her parents. Powell writes that Fanny shares Gar... More

Letter from William Lloyd Garrison, Roxbury, [Mass.], to Oliver Johnson, Nov. 11, 1867

Letter from William Lloyd Garrison, Roxbury, [Mass.], to Oliver Johnso...

Picryl description: Public domain image of stamped postal envelope, free to use, no copyright restrictions

Letter from Susan Brownell Anthony, Anti-Slavery Office, New York, to William Lloyd Garrison, Feb. 6, 1858
Home of William Lloyd Garrison -  5d140dd891dfbe9733931c9cbb323ce2

Home of William Lloyd Garrison - 5d140dd891dfbe9733931c9cbb323ce2

Garrison, one of the leaders of the Abolitionist Movement, lived in this house on Highland Street in Roxbury.

Letter from John Keep, Oberlin, Ohio, to William Lloyd Garrison, June 18, 1868

Letter from John Keep, Oberlin, Ohio, to William Lloyd Garrison, June ...

John Keep informs William Lloyd Garrison that he was "gratified" by the notice that Garrison was compiling a history of the abolitionist movement in America, exclaiming that it will be "a precious boon" to the ... More

Letter from Edward Burleigh, Florence, Mass, to William Lloyd Garrison, June 7th, 1878
Letter from Alfred Harry Love, Philadelphia, [Pa.], to William Lloyd Garrison, 4th mo 16th 1878

Letter from Alfred Harry Love, Philadelphia, [Pa.], to William Lloyd G...

Alfred H. Love extends the invitation to William Lloyd Garrison to join him at the "Annual Grove Peace Meeting" to be held at Mystic, Conneticut, on August 22-23. Love states that he hopes to be present, and th... More

Letter from William Lloyd Garrison, Baltimore, [Md.], to Ebenezer Dole, July 14, 1830
Letter from William Lloyd Garrison, Baltimore, [Md.], to Ebenezer Dole, July 14, 1830
Letter from Lydia White, Philad[elphi]a, [Pennsylvania], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1831 [May] 9th

Letter from Lydia White, Philad[elphi]a, [Pennsylvania], to William Ll...

Lydia White writes to William Lloyd Garrison after hearing "that the people of Boston and New Hampshire are becoming uneasy with using the produce of slave labor". She regrets, "that we have not a full supply a... More

Letter from Charles Wheeler Denison, Stonington, [Conn.], to William Lloyd Garrison, March 5, 1831

Letter from Charles Wheeler Denison, Stonington, [Conn.], to William L...

Charles Wheeler Denison apologizes for not having done more for the slave and the abolitionist cause. Denison first heard of William Lloyd Garrison through Prentice, "late of the Hartford Review." Denison has f... More

Letter from James Forten, Philad[elphi]a, [Pennsylvania], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1831 Feb[ruar]y 2nd

Letter from James Forten, Philad[elphi]a, [Pennsylvania], to William L...

James Forten writes to William Lloyd Garrison telling him "the Liberator is highly valued here by all who have had opportunity to judge of it and others who have already heard of it are very anxious to peruse i... More

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Brooklyn, [Connecticut], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1831 July 18

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Brooklyn, [Connecticut], to William Llo...

Samuel Joseph May writes to William Lloyd Garrison sending him "eight pages more of my sermon." He explains that he has enlarged it since it was delivered in Boston and has preached this newer sermon to his con... More

Letter from James Forten, Philadelphia, [Pennsylvania], to William Lloyd Garrison, 1831 Oct[ober] 20

Letter from James Forten, Philadelphia, [Pennsylvania], to William Llo...

James Forten writes to William Lloyd Garrison pleased that Garrison "is still urging onward unintimidated by the many threats of personal violence from the South." He discusses the Southern hatred for the Liber... More

Letter from William Lloyd Garrison, Boston, [Mass.], to Ebenezer Dole, July 11, 1831
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