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Collection of documents by and about abolitionists and women's rights activists, Part 2 (Liv-W), 1775-1943 (inclusive).

Author: Alma Lutz
Edition/Format:   Book   Microform : Manuscript : Microfilm   Archival Material : English
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Correspondence collected by Lutz of leading abolitionists and 19th and early 20th century feminists concerns antislavery and women's rights. Also included is Mary Grew's diary about the World's Anti-Slavery Convention held in London in 1840, and correspondence on the Equal Rights Amendment.
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Genre/Form: Diaries
Named Person: Mary A Livermore; John Davis Long; Alice M Longfellow; Ellis Gray Loring; Alfred H Love; Harriet Martineau; Samuel J May; J Miller M'Kim; Lucretia Mott; Lydia Mott; Robert L Owen; Christabel Pankhurst, Dame; Emmeline Pankhurst; Wendell Phillips; Parker Pillsbury; Charles H Plummer; Rose Arnold Powell; Mary Amelia Dana Hicks Prang; Robert Purvis; Jeannette Rankin; F B Sanborn; Margaret Sanger; Mary Elizabeth Fiske Sargent; Caroline M Seymour Severance; Anna Howard Shaw; L H Sigourney; Abigail Adams Smith; Elizabeth Oakes Prince Smith; Solomon Solis-Cohen; Elizabeth Cady Stanton; Lucy Stone; Harriet Tubman; Zerelda Gray Sanders Wallace; Robert Folger Wallcutt; William Hayes Ward; Mercy Otis Warren; Booker T Washington; Theodore Dwight Weld; Charlotte Fowler Wells; Caroline Weston; Eliza Rose Gray Whiting; John Greenleaf Whittier
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Alma Lutz
OCLC Number: 232008796
Description: .25 linear ft.

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Correspondence collected by Lutz of leading abolitionists and 19th and early 20th century feminists concerns antislavery and women's rights. Also included is Mary Grew's diary about the World's Anti-Slavery Convention held in London in 1840, and correspondence on the Equal Rights Amendment.

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