Children at play seem unconcerned about the muddy puddle the girl is wading through, at the corner of Shakespeare Avenue and 170th Street. The girl drinks her soda on what is probably a hot summer day. The wall in the rear is marked has graffiti.
Five-page letter dated August 20, 1866, from A. P. Aldrich in Barnwell, South Carolina, to Lysander Spooner [of Boston, Massachusetts] regarding the economic hardships faced by the South during the reconstruction era.
Abolitionists--Massachusetts--Boston; Abolitionists--Maine--Bangor; Antislavery movements--United States
Four-page letter dated September 10, 1845, from Lysander Spooner in Boston [Massachusetts] to George Bradburn in Bangor, Maine, discussing general news of the abolitionist movement, mentioning Gerrit Smith, Mr. [Joshua?] Leavitt, and J. [James?]...
Two-page letter dated May 27, 1851, from L. [Lysander] Spooner in Boston [Massachusetts] to [George] Bradburn, suggesting that Bradburn gain communication with [Frederick] Douglass through Gerrit Smith, but then expressing his dislike for Smith.
Three-page letter and envelope dated March 21, 1881, from Daniel McFarland in Texarkana, Arkansas [Texas], to Lysander Spooner in Boston, Massachusetts, notfying of his whereabouts and giving his new address. McFarland also writes that "in order to...
Four-page letter dated September 17, 1854, from D. McF. [Daniel McFarland] in Sauk City [Wisconsin] to Lysander Spooner [probably in Boston, Massachusetts], describing his circumstances in Wisconsin, and his plans to move further West.