I send at last the copy of The Dawn you ordered. I beg your pardon for the delay. Your favor got mislaid. Rev. J. H. Jones North Abington Mass. will give you more information on that subject if you write him.
241 Tremont St., Boston
Mr. C. E. Markham.
Pray pardon delay in attending to your letter. It was owing to a process of rearrangement and moving of our tracts which made some of them inaccessible. Even now we can find no...
Jan 26, 1915
Dear Comrade Markham:
We have sent you two formal letters about being on the program of the Conference at Baltimore the last week in Feb., but your note at the bottom of your ballot – probably written before you received the other...
Slaves--Maryland; Slavery--Maryland; Capital punishment--Maryland; Pardon--Maryland
Petition to the Governor of Maryland asking for a pardon of Jack, a negro slave, having confessed to stealing goods from the house of Mr. Hopewell. Signature partially legible, possibly William Fitzhugh. Slip of paper in different hand dated 2nd...
Four-page letter from Jno. [John] A. Thomson in Summit Point, West Virginia, to Lysander Spooner dated September 30, 1871, thanking him for obtaining the assistance of [Arthur W. Austin] and discussing topics of slavery and monetary systems.
A view of the Seneca Canal in Seneca Falls with buildings and steeples in the background and a towpath and railroad tracks along the edge of the canal; Written message at bottom of card (My Dear Beatrice you must of thought I had forgotten you but...