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Address given in honor of William Lloyd Garrison by the Ediburgh Ladies' Emancipation Society
Antislavery work No. 2 by Samuel May, Jr., Summer, 1851
Attorney General, By Information vs. William Lloyd Garrison, & Als from Massachusetts. Supreme Judicial Court, [Boston, Massachusetts], to William Lloyd Garrison, [1869?]
Card and letter from William Lloyd Garrison, Baltimore Jail, to Francis Todd, May 13, 1830
Circular from American Anti-Slavery Society, Boston, [Mass.], Sept[ember] 1, 1861
Circular from Maria Weston Chapman, [Boston, Mass.], to William Lloyd Garrison, [ca. Jan. 29,] 1842
Circular letter from William Lloyd Garrison, Boston, [Mass.], to Edmund Quincy, Mar[ch] 1, 1839
Circular letter from William Lloyd Garrison, Boston, [Mass.], to George William Benson, Mar[ch] 1, 1839
Copy of a letter from Thomas Wentworth Higginson, to Charles Allen, [1869?]
Copy of a letter from William Lloyd Garrison, No. 30, Federal St., Boston, [Mass.], to Jacob Horton, Saturday, June 27, 1829
Copy of certificate by Samuel May, Jr.
Copy of contract between William Lloyd Garrison, Isaac Knapp, Francis Jackson, Edmund Quincy, and William Bassett, [Boston, Mass.], seventeenth day of November 1838
Copy of letter from Amos Augustus Phelps, Boston, to Samuel Joseph May, Oct 17. 1837
Copy of letter from Sarah Parkman Shaw Russell to Samuel May, [June 21,] 1872
Copy of letter from William Darrah Kelley, Washington, [D. C.], to James Miller M'Kim, May 1st, '64
Copy of letter from William Ingersoll Bowditch, to William Lloyd Garrison, March 30, 1868
Copy of letter from William Ingersoll Bowditch, to William Lloyd Garrison, March 30, [18]68
Copy of letter from William Lloyd Garrison, 13 Pine Street, [Boston, Mass.], to Louisa Gilman Loring, Jan. 7, 1847