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Lyman, Joseph, 1851-1883

Letter from Joseph Lyman to Frank Lyman

New York (N.Y.) - Recommends thesis subject and subjects for further study to Frank including the Bessemer process, scientific instruments, and plans for election day.

Lyman Family Papers

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Lyman, Joseph, 1851-1883

Letter from Joseph Lyman to Annie Jean Lyman

New York (N.Y.) - Discusses letters sent from other family members and acquaintances, preparing for visits from family members.

Lyman Family Papers

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Okrent, Daniel, 1948-

Letter from Daniel Okrent to Harvey Wasserman

New York (N.Y.) - Sending a copy of Wasserman's letter, another article, and sending soon a couple of books for Wasserman to read, review somewhere in the underground press movement, and then trade in at a local bookstore. Also suggesting that Whizzer White can sell their Liberation News Service material to Little Brown if Alfred Knopf does not want it. Written on Alfred A. Knopf Incorporated letterhead.

Harvey Wasserman Papers

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Avery, Henry

Note from Henry Avery to Aldin and Charlotte B. Grout

New York (N.Y.) - Accepting an invitation for Monday.

Aldin Grout Papers

1824

Dewey, Loring Daniel, 1791-1867

Correspondence relative to the emigration to Hayti, of the free people of colour, in the United States Together with the instructions to the agent sent out by President Boyer

New York (N.Y.) - Correspondence of Loring D. Dewey and Jean Pierre Boyer, President of Haiti; published by the former. This proposition was submitted by Dewey to the American Colonization Society, but the Society rejected it. A new society was organized in June 1824 under the name: Society for Promoting the Emigration of Free Persons of Colour to Hayti.

Antislavery Pamphlet Collection

1835

The declaration of sentiments and constitution of the American Anti-Slavery Society together with all those parts of the Constitution of the United States which are supposed to have any relation to slavery

New York (N.Y.) - "Extracts from the Constitution of the United States."--Page 13-14. "Freedom of speech, and of the press, guarantied [sic] by the state constitutions."--Page 14-16. "The slave trade declared to be piracy by the law of the United States."--Page 16. Sabin no. 81826

Antislavery Pamphlet Collection