Elizabeth Cunnard, a free colored woman from Cincinnati, fled to Boston to escape cholera and hopes to find employment, but she is in too poor of health to work. Mrs. Lydia Maria Child found her destitute. She wants to go to Philadelphia where her daughter can take care of her. William Lloyd Garrison asks Francis Jackson if a free pass over part of the route can be procured for her?
Merrill, Walter M. Letters of William Lloyd Garrison, v.3, no.283.