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Letter from Maria Weston Chapman to Anne Warren Weston and Deborah Weston, [1825-1828]

Letter from Maria Weston Chapman to Anne Warren Weston and Deborah Wes...

M[aria] Weston Chapman writes to Deborah Weston and Anne Warren Weston in regards to her children and in regards to her absence. She writes, "Do not forget me in my absence but speak often of me..when I return ... More

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

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 Philadelphia, [Pa.], to William Lloyd Garrison, November 3'd, 1831

Letter from Philadelphia, [Pa.], to William Lloyd Garrison, November 3...

The females of Philadelphia enclose a small sum to William Lloyd Garrison to support his work in the abolitionist cause and to aid him in "giving a more extensive circulation to the Liberator." Courtesy of Bost... More

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 Harriet Beecher Stowe to Anne Warren Weston

Letter from Harriet Beecher Stowe to Anne Warren Weston

Harriet Beecher Stowe writes to Anne Warren Weston in regards to her lack of participation at Weston's anti-slavery fair. She wishes Mrs. Follen to write the tract as she can add nothing more to it and wants an... More

Letter from Maria Weston Chapman to Lucia Weston and Emma Forbes Weston

Letter from Maria Weston Chapman to Lucia Weston and Emma Forbes Westo...

Maria Weston Chapman writes to Emma Weston and Lucia Weston in regards to Lucretia [Mott] insisting that she write them a letter as she has kept no log during her travels and antislavery events. She updates the... More

Letter from F.A. Kingsbury to Mary Weston

Letter from F.A. Kingsbury to Mary Weston

F.A. Kingsbury writes to Mary Weston a printed petition on abolishing slavery in Washington, D.C. The petition is incomplete. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Letter from Boston Female Anti-slavery Society

Letter from Boston Female Anti-slavery Society

Report of "the committee appointed by the Society to consider the subject of the fair." This report, written by Maria Weston Chapman and other female abolitionists, discusses the raising of funds and remarks, "... More

Letter from Richard Davis Webb to Mary Anne Estlin

Letter from Richard Davis Webb to Mary Anne Estlin

Richard Davis Webb writes to [Mary Anne Estlin] in regards to his delay in collecting contributions to the Anti-Slavery Bazaar due to the approaching marriage of a sister of James Webb near Antrum, Ireland. He ... More

Letter from Susan B. Hunt, Weymouth, [Massachusetts], to Maria Chapman Weston, [Year of publication unknown] December 15

Letter from Susan B. Hunt, Weymouth, [Massachusetts], to Maria Chapman...

Susan B. Hunt writes to Maria Weston Chapman on behalf of a meeting at the Female Junvenile Antislavery Society of Weymouth, Massachusetts, thanking her for presenting materials for the society so that they may... More

Letter from Henry Brewster Stanton to Anne Warren Weston, April 27

Letter from Henry Brewster Stanton to Anne Warren Weston, April 27

Henry Brewster Stanton writes to Anne Warren Weston in regards to thanking the ladies who gave him an "acceptable present." Both he and the moccasins "shall be worn out in the cause of impartial righteousness."... More

Letter from Henry Brewster Stanton to Anne Warren Weston, April 27

Letter from Henry Brewster Stanton to Anne Warren Weston, April 27

Henry Brewster Stanton writes to Anne Warren Weston in regards to thanking the ladies who gave him an "acceptable present." Both he and the moccasins "shall be worn out in the cause of impartial righteousness."... More

Letter from Lydia Maria Child, Wayland, to Maria Weston Chapman, Tuesday Evening

Letter from Lydia Maria Child, Wayland, to Maria Weston Chapman, Tuesd...

Decided not to attend the fair this year, and therefore declined Mrs. [Ann Shaw] Green's hospitality. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Letter from C.A. Wellington to Deborah Weston

Letter from C.A. Wellington to Deborah Weston

C.A. Wellington writes to Deborah Weston in regards to travel arrangements. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Letter to Anne Warren Weston

Letter to Anne Warren Weston

Unknown writes to Anne Warren Weston in regards to their illness. The author writes about Miss Massie and how she promised the author for the next Bazaar "some fine pictures." The author has the five dollars th... More

Letter from J. Waring to Mary Anne Estlin

Letter from J. Waring to Mary Anne Estlin

J. Waring writes to Mary Anne Estlin in regards to a trip to Mrs. Chapman. Waring writes, "Most of what she said has occupied my mind since, especially that about Mr. Garrison." Waring writes, "I have so satisf... More

Letter from Sarah Moore Grimkè

Letter from Sarah Moore Grimkè

Sarah Moore Grimkè and Angelina Emily Grimkè write a rough draft with several incomplete paragraphs on resolutions for the course of the desolute & oppressed slave, calling for "this convention view with warm a... More

Letter from Richard Davis Webb to Mary Anne Estlin

Letter from Richard Davis Webb to Mary Anne Estlin

A fragment of a letter by Richard Davis Webb to [Mary Anne Estlin] in regards to his thoughts on all she and her father have done and have the "strength to do & dare, and I am sure it must make you sleep more s... More

Letter from James Manning Winchell Yerrinton to Maria Weston Chapman

Letter from James Manning Winchell Yerrinton to Maria Weston Chapman

James Manning Winchell Yerrinton writes to Maria Weston Chapman in regards to the front article not being the paper in which the "circular will be printed. There is too much of it to look well on this sized she... More

Letter from Lucia Weston, Weymouth, [Massachusetts], to Deborah Weston and Caroline Weston, June 18

Letter from Lucia Weston, Weymouth, [Massachusetts], to Deborah Weston...

[Lucia Weston] writes to Caroline and Deborah Weston in regards to the whereabouts of the other Weston sisters; Emma is at Brush Hill, Anne goes to Boston tomorrow, and the writer is "very poorly in health." Th... More

Letter from Charles F. Hovey to Maria Weston Chapman

Letter from Charles F. Hovey to Maria Weston Chapman

Charles F. Hovey writes to Maria Weston Chapman in regards to sending her the report he promised her the other night. He asks her to loan him Theodore Parker's sermons before sending them back to him. He also m... More

Letter from Harriet Martineau to John Bishop Estlin

Letter from Harriet Martineau to John Bishop Estlin

Harriet Martineau writes to John Bishop Estlin in regards to Ellen Craft, a fugitive slave. She thanks him for the paper he sent and writes her pleasure in meeting him and "Miss E." Courtesy of Boston Public Library

3 envelopes addressed to the Westons

3 envelopes addressed to the Westons

One envelope is addressed to Lucia Weston and contains an engraving by James Valetine of Dundee, Scotland. An inscription from Isaiah 11:4 of "Nations shall not lift up sword against nation. Neither shall they ... More