Abolitionists--Massachusetts--Boston; Abolitionists--Massachusetts--Athol; Antislavery movements--United States; Slavery--United States
Four-page letter dated October 27, 1845, from Lysander Spooner in Athol [Massachusetts] to George Bradburn in Boston, discussing Supreme Court decisions related to slavery, the death of Spooner's mother, and the public reception of his book [The...
Letter to the Superintended of the Public Library from John Sargent in response to a request for published materials from the Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society, New England Anti-Slavery Society, and the American Anti-Slavery Society.
Letter from Edmund Quincy to J.  Williams, a librarian for the Public Library in Dedham [Massachusetts], in response to his request for volumes of literature produced by the Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society.
Letter from Francis Jackson, Ellis Gray Loring, Amos B. Merrill, and S. E. Sewall to Stephen S. Foster, requesting that he address the public at an assembly at Fenuiel Hall, Boston [Massachusetts] on October 30, 1842.
Printed invitation from "a number of Young Men, unconnected, at this time, with any organization" of Boston [Massachusetts] to Lysander Spooner to attend a public convention meeting on December 3, 1860, to discuss the abolition of slavery.
Two-page deposition with testimonies of L. J. Bartow and Parker Howlet of Berrien County [Michigan]. Plaintiff Bartow declares nonpayment of funds by Howlet through an endorsed note from the "Bank of Niles," to which defendant Howlet responds that...
African American children--New York (State)--New York; African Americans--Education--New York (State)--New York; Public Schools--New York (State)--New York; Schools--New York (state); Slavery--New York (State)--New York
These records cover the latter portion of the African Free-Schools' existence, ending two years before oversight for the schools was transferred to the Public School Society. They relate to classroom observation, student performance, behavior and...
Agricultural and Industrial Labor Relief (New York, N.Y.)
Sept. 2, 1918.
Mr. Edwin Markham,
92 Waters Ave.,
West New Brighton, New York.
Dear Mr. Markham:
I take pleasure in enclosing herewith the First Annual Report of the Agricultural and Industrial Labor Relief. This report, as you will note, covers 14...
March Eleven Nineteen Fifteen
Mr. Edwin Markham,
West New Brighton, N.Y.
Dear Mr. Markham:-
Your opinion as a literary man would be very welcome to me on an educational matter which I have evolved. It is needless to say Mr. Markham,...
Anti-apartheid movements--South Africa;Civil rights--Religious aspects--Catholic Church;National Federation of Catholic College Students (U.S.);Social action;
Resolutions on partisan groups, Interracial Justice, a Publication of Opinion, a condemnation of a proposition to tax private schools in California, against apartheid in South African universities, on scholarship funds, on cultural exchange, in...
Antisemitism;Civil rights--Religious aspects--Catholic Church;College publications;National Federation of Catholic College Students (U.S.);Social action;
Bulletin of the Interracial Justice Commission, including news of efforts of Tennessee-based Fisk University to eliminate prejudice via community self-surveys of human relations, credited with the elimination of segregation in Iowa movie theaters...
Appalachian Region--Economic conditions;Civil rights--Religious aspects--Catholic Church;College publications;National Federation of Catholic College Students (U.S.);Social action;
Newsletter of the NY-NJ Region of the NFCCS, including articles on the Appalachia project, news addressed to members of the Regional Council, the state of the Travel Program, an editorial on imrpving public relations for student government,...