Letter from Oliver Johnson, [New York, N.Y. ?], to William Lloyd Garrison, April 28, 1860
Oliver Johnson reminds William Lloyd Garrison that they need publish the proceedings from the recent convention as soon as possible, as public interest in this subject "dies out rapidly". To this end, Johnson proposes that they break with former practice of publishing the proceedings over a span of weeks by publishing the entirety of the proceedings in the next issue of the Standard and Liberator.