Eunice McIntosh Merrill Collection of William Lloyd Garrison Papers

Collection Summary

Title: Eunice McIntosh Merrill Collection of William Lloyd Garrison Papers
Call Number: MS 73-01
Size: 5.5 linear feet
Acquisition: Gift from Professor Walter M. Merrill to Wichita State University in honor of his mother, Eunice McIntosh Merrill
Processed By: MDH, 3-22-1973; LWM, 1-29-1979; DRS, 5-8-1981; SMC, 11-12-1997; JEF, 11-19-1999; MN, 9-2008
Note: Related collections: MS 74-07, Eunice McIntosh Merrill Collection of William Lloyd Garrison Family Papers; MS 91-09, Walter Merrill Research Collection of William Lloyd Garrison Papers
Restrictions: None

Literary Rights

Literary rights were not granted to Wichita State University. When permission is granted to examine the manuscripts, it is not an authorization to publish them. Manuscripts cannot be used for publication without regard for common law literary rights, copyright laws and the laws of libel. It is the responsibility of the researcher and his/her publisher, to obtain permission to publish. Scholars and students who eventually plan to have their work published are urged to make inquiry regarding overall restrictions on publication before initial research.

Restrictions

None

Content Note

These original manuscripts, documents and photographs relate to William Lloyd Garrison, his family, his associates, and the anti-slavery cause. An American journalist and reformer, Garrison was the founder and publisher of the Liberator, a famous anti-slavery journal, and was one of the founding members of the Anti-Slavery Society.

Biography

An American journalist and reformer, William Lloyd Garrison (1805-1879) was the founder and publisher of the Liberator, a famous anti-slavery journal, whose purpose was to educate people, many of whom had never seen a slave, about the cruelty of slavery. He published the paper from 1831 to 1865, ceasing after the 13th Amendment to the United States Constitution had been passed. Garrison was one of the founding members of the Anti-Slavery Society. His associates included Gerrit Smith, Wendell Phillips, Frederick Douglass and Thomas Dwight Weld among others. He also was an advocate for women’s rights.

Detailed Description: Series Listing

Series 1 Box 1 Correspondence of Garrison
Series 1.1 Box 1 FF 1-101 Letters from Garrison, 1837-1879, arranged chronologically.
Series 1.2 Box 1 FF 102-109 Letters to Garrison, 1862-1879, arranged chronologically.
Series 2 Box 2 Editorials by Garrison
Series 2.1 Box 2 FF 1-58 Titled editorials, arranged alphabetically by title.
Series 2.2 Box 2 FF 59-121 Miscellaneous editorials and fragments, not arranged. File titles from original folders
Series 3 Box 3 Speeches and lectures by Garrison.
Series 3.1 Box 3 FF 1-5 Complete speeches and lectures, 1852-1876, arranged chronologically.
Series 3.2 Box 3 FF 6-43 Fragments of and notes for speeches and lectures, not arranged. Most concern the issues of temperance, women’s suffrage, and abolition.
Series 3.3 Box 3 FF 44-47 Eulogies given by Garrison, 1861-1876, arranged alphabetically by subject.
Series 4 Box 3 Writings by Garrison.
Series 4.1 Box 3 FF 48-55 Titled poems, 1850-1875, arranged alphabetically by title.
Series 4.2 Box 3 FF 56-62 Fragments and untitled poems, not arranged.
Series 4.3 Box 3 FF 63-72 Book reviews, arranged alphabetically by title.
Series 4.4 Box 3 FF 73-78 Miscellaneous writings, 1847-1873, arranged chronologically. This sub-series mainly consists of quotations from Garrison.
Series 5 Box 4 FF 1-8 Photographs of Garrison and associates, 1834-1878, not arranged. The majority of this series consists of contemporary daguerreotypes of Garrison.
Series 6 Box 4 FF 9-11 Memorabilia of Garrison. This series contains a funeral card and a lock of Garrison’s hair.
Series 7 Box 5-Box 8 Materials regarding Garrison and his associates.
Series 7.1 Box 5-Box 7 FF 108 National Testimonial to Garrison, 1866-1868, arranged chronologically. This sub-series contains seven subscription and account books of the National Testimonial (Box 5), 273 letters dated 1866 to Samuel May Jr. et al. regarding the National Testimonial, some from such notables as John G. Whittier, Gerrit Smith, E. L. Godkin, and others (Box 5 - Box 7, FF 101), and 31 printed testimonials to Garrison dating from 1866 to 1868 (Box 7, FF 102-108).
Series 7.2 Box 7 FF 109-112 This sub-series includes 79 letters dating from 1867, not arranged, to F. W. Chesson et al. regarding a public breakfast in honor of Garrison.
Series 7.3 Box 8 FF 1-9 Correspondence of friends and associates of Garrison, 1831-1889, arranged chronologically. Includes such persons as Edmund Quincy, Francis Jackson, and others.
Series 8 Box 8 FF 10-25 Miscellaneous documents concerning Garrison or the Abolitionist Cause, 1801-1876, arranged chronologically. Includes a phrenological study of Garrison by a London phrenologist.
Series 9 Box 9-Box 13 Manuscript for The Letters of William Lloyd Garrison, 1822-1835, edited by W. Merrill.

Detailed Description: Box and Folder Listing

Series 1 ‒ Correspondence of Garrison

Series 1.1 ‒ Letters from Garrison, 1837-1879

Box 1 FF 1 16 February 1833, Garrison to Benjamin Ferris. (Note: This letter is written on a folded sheet which also contains the printed “Proposals for Establishing a School on the Manual Labor System, for the Education of Colored Youth.”)
Box 1 FF 2 9 October 1837, Garrison to I. C. Taber.
Box 1 FF 3 4 March 1839, Garrison to James Mott.
Box 1 FF 4 10 February 1840, Garrison to Caleb Cushing.
Box 1 FF 5 6 March 1840, Garrison to Caleb Cushing.
Box 1 FF 6 9 April 1840, Garrison to Elias Richards and Francis Jackson (printed letter signed by Garrison).
Box 1 FF 7 26 July 1841, Garrison to “My Afflicted Friend.”
Box 1 FF 8 19 February 1842, Garrison to Henry G. and Maria W. Chapman.
Box 1 FF 9 23 August 1843, Garrison to Henry W. Williams.
Box 1 FF 10 7 October 1843, Garrison to Laura Stebbins.
Box 1 FF 11 23 August 1845, Garrison to Charles Sumner.
Box 1 FF 12 15 May 1846, Garrison to Samuel Sewall.
Box 1 FF 13 19 July 1846, Garrison to the Editor of the Liberator, Edmund Quincy.
Box 1 FF 14 14 August 1846, Garrison to Edmund Quincy (incomplete letter).
Box 1 FF 15 18 August 1846, Garrison to Edmund Quincy.
Box 1 FF 16 7 September 1846, Garrison to Mary Howitt.
Box 1 FF 17 (4 November 1846), Garrison to “esteemed friend (on board of the Acadia waiting for the mail).”
Box 1 FF 18 April 1848, Garrison to his wife, Helen.
Box 1 FF 19 17 July 1848, Garrison to William Rathbone.
Box 1 FF 20 8 September 1848, Garrison to Nathaniel Barney.
Box 1 FF 21 17 October 1850, Garrison to William Rathbone.
Box 1 FF 22 23 August 1851, Garrison to “Dear Sir.”
Box 1 FF 23 10 June 1852, Helen and William Lloyd Garrison to George Garrison.
Box 1 FF 24 17 June 1852, Helen and William Lloyd Garrison to George Garrison.
Box 1 FF 25 1852, Garrison to Louis Kossuth (incomplete letter, poem of the verso of page 6).
Box 1 FF 26 1 January 1855, Garrison to Edwin Barrows.
Box 1 FF 27 24 September 1857, Garrison to Mrs. Frances Drake.
Box 1 FF 28 1 November 1857, Garrison to “Dear Friend” (the names Daniel Richelson, William Durfee, and William C. Coffin are noted in pencil).
Box 1 FF 29 14 April 1858, Garrison to Susan B. Anthony.
Box 1 FF 30 25 July 1858, Garrison to A. M. Powell.
Box 1 FF 31 9 August 1858, Garrison to A. M. Powell.
Box 1 FF 32 20 August 1858, Garrison and Helen to Wendell Garrison.
Box 1 FF 33 11 January 1859, Garrison to Elias Richards.
Box 1 FF 34 20 March 1861 (?), Garrison to J. S. Rarey.
Box 1 FF 35 22 March 1861, Garrison to Charles Sumner.
Box 1 FF 36 (5 April 1861?), Garrison to John S. Rarey (rough draft).
Box 1 FF 37 20 January 1862, Garrison to Edwin Marble.
Box 1 FF 38 (31 January 1862?), Garrison to Charles Sumner (rough draft).
Box 1 FF 39 21 February 1862, Garrison to George Thompson (original rough draft, verso contains additional manuscript material by Garrison).
Box 1 FF 40 (28 February 1862), Garrison to George Thompson (incomplete draft).
Box 1 FF 40A 10 March 1862, Garrison to Dr. H. I. Bowditch.
Box 1 FF 41 18 March 1862, Garrison to H. I. Bowditch.
Box 1 FF 42 28 April 1862, Garrison to T. R. Lounsbury.
Box 1 FF 43 17 January 1863, Garrison to Charles Sumner and Henry Wilson.
Box 1 FF 44 15 October 1863, Garrison to S. R. Warfel.
Box 1 FF 45 31 October 1863, Garrison to A. M. Powell.
Box 1 FF 46 14 April 1864, Garrison to Gideon Welles.
Box 1 FF 47 29 December 1865, Garrison to Amasa Walker.
Box 1 FF 48 18 January 1866, Garrison to Misses R. A. and A. C. Powell.
Box 1 FF 49 19 March 1866, Garrison to Rev. S. H. Morse.
Box 1 FF 50 24 April 1866, Garrison to J. M. McKim.
Box 1 FF 51 7 July 1866, Garrison to Dr. Putnam.
Box 1 FF 52 4 August 1866, William Lloyd and Helen Garrison to Frank Garrison.
Box 1 FF 53 23 August 1866, William Lloyd and Helen Garrison to Daughter.
Box 1 FF 54 9 February 1867, Garrison to “My Dear Fanny.”
Box 1 FF 55 20 February 1867, Garrison to Nathaniel Barney.
Box 1 FF 56 10 March 1867, Garrison to Samuel May, Jr. (holograph transcript of extracts, not in Garrison’s hand).
Box 1 FF 57 9 April 1867, William Lloyd and Helen Garrison to “My Dear Fanny.”
Box 1 FF 58 11 September 1867, Garrison to William Lloyd Garrison, Jr. (extract not in Garrison’s hand).
Box 1 FF 59 6 March 1868, William Lloyd and Helen Garrison to “My Dear Fanny.”
Box 1 FF 60 12 March 1868, Garrison to Samuel E. Sewall et al.
Box 1 FF 61 12 March 1868, Garrison to Mrs. Parker Pillsburg.
Box 1 FF 62 10 April 1868, Garrison to A. M. Powell (original rough draft).
Box 1 FF 63 12 May 1868, Garrison to Edmund Jackson.
Box 1 FF 64 28 May 1868, Garrison to W. Griswold.
Box 1 FF 65 15 February 1869, Garrison to James S. Little.
Box 1 FF 66 1 March 1869, Garrison to W. E. Forster, M.P.
Box 1 FF 67 (20 March 1870), Garrison to General Tate (written on verso of letter to Garrison).
Box 1 FF 68 22 July 1870, William Lloyd and Helen Garrison to Frank Garrison.
Box 1 FF 69 10 October 1870, Garrison to Thomas Hughes (photocopy).
Box 1 FF 70 2 December 1870, Garrison to George W. Keene.
Box 1 FF 71 23 December 1870, Garrison to Aaron M. Powell.
Box 1 FF 72 26 December 1870, Garrison to Mrs. Davis.
Box 1 FF 73 (1870), Garrison to the editor of the National Standard, “In Memorial to Henry C. Wright.”
Box 1 FF 74 1 December 1871, Garrison to William Hayes Ward.
Box 1 FF 75 8 January 1873, Garrison to Charles Hazeltine.
Box 1 FF 76 3 February 1873, Garrison to William T. Raymond.
Box 1 FF 77 25 March 1873, Garrison to Mrs. Jane MacAdam.
Box 1 FF 78 1 December 1873, Garrison to M. W. Benjamin.
Box 1 FF 79 19 March 1874, Garrison to the editors of the Boston Journal regarding Fillmore and Sumner (letter written on 18 March, appeared in the Journal on 19 March. This copy is a reprint from the Journal).
Box 1 FF 80 30 November 1874, Garrison to Mrs. Angie M. Mosher.
Box 1 FF 81 (20 April 1875), Garrison to the editors of the Daily Advertiser (incomplete draft).
Box 1 FF 82 3 August 1875, Garrison to J. B. O’Reilly.
Box 1 FF 83 1 October 1875, William Lloyd and Helen Garrison to “My Dear Fanny.”
Box 1 FF 84 10 May 1876, Garrison to Jacob Horton (transcript of original letter).
Box 1 FF 85 18 May 1876, Garrison to Reuben Weston.
Box 1 FF 86 31 August 1876, Garrison to William B. Earle.
Box 1 FF 87 11 October 1876, Garrison to “Dear Sir.”
Box 1 FF 88 30 March 1877, Garrison to Mrs. T. F. Bush.
Box 1 FF 89 20 June 1877, Garrison to Mr. Stanley.
Box 1 FF 90 9 August 1877, William Lloyd and Francis Garrison to Mrs. John Mawson.
Box 1 FF 91 10 January 1878, Garrison to N. P. Garretson.
Box 1 FF 92 9 February 1878, Garrison to E. F. Strickland.
Box 1 FF 93 (February 1878), Garrison to the editors of the New York Times, “Glorification of the leading Southern Rebels.”
Box 1 FF 94 3 March 1878, Garrison to John Owen.
Box 1 FF 95 12 April 1878, Garrison to Mrs. T. F. Bush.
Box 1 FF 96 31 May 1878, Garrison to the editor of the Daily Advertiser.
Box 1 FF 97 27 August 1878, Garrison to Richard Plumer.
Box 1 FF 98 (31 December 1878), Garrison to Mrs. Henry Vincent (original rough draft).
Box 1 FF 99 4 January 1879, Garrison to Mr. and Mrs. Wellington.
Box 1 FF 100 12 April 1879, Garrison to Miss Whitney.
Box 1 FF 101 19 April 1879, Garrison to James H. Morse.

Series 1.2 ‒ Letters to Garrison, 1862-1879

Box 1 FF 102 21 February 1862, Lydia Maria Child to the editor of the Liberator.
Box 1 FF 103 22 February 1865, Gerrit Smith to Garrison (printed letter).
Box 1 FF 104 10 March 1868, S. E. Sewall et al. to Garrison.
Box 1 FF 105 29 April 1870, Henry Calcraft to Garrison.
Box 1 FF 106 12 March 1877, British Continental Congress for the Abolition of Prostitution to Garrison.
Box 1 FF 107 24 February 1879, invitation from Cyrus W. Field to Garrison.
Box 1 FF 108 February 1861, envelope addressed to Garrison.
Box 1 FF 109 Envelope addressed to Garrison.

Series 2 ‒ Editorials by Garrison

Series 2.1 ‒ Titled Editorials

Box 2 FF 1 “Abolition Societies and Woolfolk’s Assault.”
Box 2 FF 2 “Account of Nat Turner.”
Box 2 FF 3 “The Agreement with Hell.”
Box 2 FF 4 “An Alphabetical Song of Thanksgiving.”
Box 2 FF 5 “Annual Meeting of the Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society.”
Box 2 FF 6 “The Anti-Slavery Anniversaries.”
Box 2 FF 7 “Blowing Hot and Cold. The Couriers.”
Box 2 FF 8 “Can’t Be Suited. The Courier.”
Box 2 FF 9 “A Change of Position, but Not of Principle.”
Box 2 FF 10 “Charles Sumner’s Tribute to Theodore Parker.”
Box 2 FF 11 “Colonization of the Blacks.”
Box 2 FF 12 “Colored American Patriots.”
Box 2 FF 13 “The Constitution.”
Box 2 FF 14 “Consummation of the Struggle.”
Box 2 FF 15 “The Disunion Petitions.”
Box 2 FF 16 “Elias Hicks.”
Box 2 FF 17 “The Free South.”
Box 2 FF 18 “General McClellan’s Address.”
Box 2 FF 19 “Hardening Effects” and “Salutory Effects of Abolition.”
Box 2 FF 20 In defense of Professor Butler, “Remarks.”
Box 2 FF 21 “In Memoriam.”
Box 2 FF 22 “Inauguration of Liberia College.”
Box 2 FF 23 “Inexcusable Silence.”
Box 2 FF 24 “The Kansas Negro Regiment.”
Box 2 FF 25 “Lectures and the West” and “Homeopathy in the Army.”
Box 2 FF 26 “Lecture of Theodore D. Weld.”
Box 2 FF 27 “The Legislature and Free Speech.”
Box 2 FF 28 “The Lines Drawn.”
Box 2 FF 29 “The Loyalty and Devotion of Colored Americans in the Revolution and War of 1812.”
Box 2 FF 30 “Major Norton.”
Box 2 FF 31 “A Man to Fill the Gap.”
Box 2 FF 32 “The Memorial Hymn.”
Box 2 FF 33 “The Methodist Episcopal Church.”
Box 2 FF 34 “Miss Anna E. Dickinson.”
Box 2 FF 35 “Mr. Seward’s Speech.”
Box 2 FF 36 “Municipal Election.”
Box 2 FF 37 “A New Collection of Music.”
Box 2 FF 38 “No Union with Slaveholders!”
Box 2 FF 39 “The Old Bay State.”
Box 2 FF 40 On Emancipation, “Extracts.”
Box 2 FF 41 On Emancipation, “Remarks.”
Box 2 FF 42 On the Boston Post, “Remarks.”
Box 2 FF 43 On the Power of the State, “Remarks.”
Box 2 FF 44 “Our Thirty-Second Volume.”
Box 2 FF 45 “Popular Demonstration at New York.”
Box 2 FF 46 “Postponement.”
Box 2 FF 47 “The Pulpit and Slavery.”
Box 2 FF 48 “Remarks.”
Box 2 FF 49 “Retarding the Cause.”
Box 2 FF 50 “The Slaveholder’s Prayer.”
Box 2 FF 51 “Temperance.”
Box 2 FF 52 “Theodore D. Weld at the Music Hall.”
Box 2 FF 53 “A Traitorous Democrat Crying Out Against Treason.”
Box 2 FF 54 “The Traitors Most to be Abhorred.”
Box 2 FF 55 “Views of Jefferson Davis in 1860.”
Box 2 FF 56 “Waving the Bloody Shirt.”
Box 2 FF 57 “Wendell Phillips in Washington.”
Box 2 FF 58 “The Abolition of Slavery in the District of Columbia.”

Series 2.2 ‒ Miscellaneous Editorials and Fragments

Box 2 FF 59 Notes and quotes from resolution of the Anti-Slavery Society, 1838-1840.
Box 2 FF 60 Resolution of the American Anti-Slavery Society.
Box 2 FF 61 About the Anti-Slavery Society, no date.
Box 2 FF 62 List of books mentioned in Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine for March 1861.
Box 2 FF 63 About Parson Brownlow, no date.
Box 2 FF 64 About the Courier, no date.
Box 2 FF 65 Mentioned Judge Drummond, no date.
Box 2 FF 66 Gynaecological (sic) Societies, no date.
Box 2 FF 67 Reference to Colonel Thomas W. Higginson, no date.
Box 2 FF 68 From the minutes of the Anti-Slavery meetings.
Box 2 FF 69 Editorial on General Butler.
Box 2 FF 70 Testimony of William Ladd.
Box 2 FF 71 “Memo,” no date.
Box 2 FF 72 Outline for Liberator for April and May, no date.
Box 2 FF 73 Part of a prayer and Liberator article on Personal Liberty Bell, no date.
Box 2 FF 74 Petition sent to the Legislature of Massachusetts in 1839.
Box 2 FF 75 Part of Liberator article (?) regarding his prison term, etc.
Box 2 FF 76 A quotation about the Puritans, no date.
Box 2 FF 77 Two quotes from speeches, 1844.
Box 2 FF 78 Quote from poem after 1863-64.
Box 2 FF 79 A quote probably from 1863 or 1864.
Box 2 FF 80 Quotes of James Nayler, no date.
Box 2 FF 81 Liberator article or speech on readmission of the South to the Union.
Box 2 FF 82 Information regarding “Refuge of Oppression,” no date.
Box 2 FF 83 About the Relief Committee, no date.
Box 2 FF 84 Editorial about the South and North after 1864.
Box 2 FF 85 Editorial for Liberator (?) about the Union government.
Box 2 FF 86 Larkin Woodberry obituary (in Liberator?)
Box 2 FF 87 Liberator, March 15, 1861.
Box 2 FF 88 Liberator, March 29, 1861.
Box 2 FF 89 Liberator, December 20, 1861.
Box 2 FF 90 Fragment of Liberator, 1861.
Box 2 FF 91 Liberator, January 3, 1862.
Box 2 FF 92 Editorial for Liberator on front with letter on reverse, January 16, 1862.
Box 2 FF 93 Liberator, February 28, 1862.
Box 2 FF 94 Liberator, November 28, 1862.
Box 2 FF 95 Liberator, December 17, 1862.
Box 2 FF 96 Editorial with clippings, 1862.
Box 2 FF 97 Liberator, March 13, 1863.
Box 2 FF 98 Liberator, March 20, 1863.
Box 2 FF 99 Editorial statement on back shows 1863.
Box 2 FF 100 Liberator, July 29, 1864
Box 2 FF 101 Liberator, December 29, 1865.
Box 2 FF 102 Fragment editorial, no date (after 1861).
Box 2 FF 103 Editorial, no date (before 1863).
Box 2 FF 104 Editorial, no date (before 1863).
Box 2 FF 105 Editorial, pre-1863 (Liberator?).
Box 2 FF 106 Editorial, pre-1863?
Box 2 FF 107 Pre Civil War editorial, no date.
Box 2 FF 108 Editorial during the Civil War, no date (1861?).
Box 2 FF 109 Editorial during the Civil War, no date.
Box 2 FF 110 Editorial during the Civil War.
Box 2 FF 111 Editorial after the Civil War on back of a letter from Lewis James, September 19, 1865.
Box 2 FF 112 Editorial (Liberator?), no date.
Box 2 FF 113 Fragment editorial (Liberator?).
Box 2 FF 114 Editorial with clippings, no date.
Box 2 FF 115 Editorial, no date.
Box 2 FF 116 Editorial, no date.
Box 2 FF 117 Editorial, no date.
Box 2 FF 118 Editorial, no date.
Box 2 FF 119 Two fragments of an editorial, no date.
Box 2 FF 120 Portion of editorial in Liberator Octiber 11, 1862. (slavery, rebellion, etc.)
Box 2 FF 121 Quotation from Anti-Slavery, no date.

Series 3 ‒ Speeches and Lectures by Garrison

Series 3.1 ‒ Complete Speeches and Lectures, 1852-1876

Box 3 FF 1 “The Dead Past and the Living Present.”
Box 3 FF 2 “Drafting--The Hour of Trial.” (Additional manuscript material is found on the versos of these pages. This speech was printed in the Liberator on September 19, 1852.)
Box 3 FF 3 “Our National Situation.”
Box 3 FF 4 “Our National Situation.” (Given after Garrison’s illness)
Box 3 FF 5 “Southern Secessionist and Northern Disunionist.” (Additional manuscript material is found on the versos of these pages. This speech was printed in the Liberator on April 19, 1861.)

Series 3.2 ‒ Fragments of and Notes for Speeches and Lectures

Box 3 FF 6-43 Speech notes, extracts and quotations. Most concern the issues of temperance, women’s suffrage, and abolition.

Series 3.3 ‒ Eulogies Given by Garrison, 1861-1876

Box 3 FF 44 Eulogy for Helen Garrison, 1876.
Box 3 FF 45 Eulogy for Sarah Grimke, December 1873.
Box 3 FF 46 Eulogy for Francis Jackson, November 1861.
Box 3 FF 47 Eulogy for Abraham Lincoln, July 7, 1865 (extract of eulogy printed in the Liberator).

Series 4 ‒ Writings by Garrison

Series 4.1 ‒ Titled Poems, 1850-1875

Box 3 FF 48 “The Free Mind,” September 22, 1850.
Box 3 FF 49 “A Glorious Victory” (additional manuscript material on verso).
Box 3 FF 50 “Golden Wedding” (additional manuscript material on verso).
Box 3 FF 51 “Holy Time” (unfinished).
Box 3 FF 52 “Human Equality” (supplement to Garrison’s “A man’s a man for a’ that,” printed).
Box 3 FF 53 “Invocation to Spring.”
Box 3 FF 54 “The Jubliee.”
Box 3 FF 55 “Soul is the Complement of Soul,” April 22, 1875.

Series 4.2 ‒ Fragments and Untitled Poems

Box 3 FF 56-62 Fragments and untitled poems.

Series 4.3 ‒ Book Reviews

Box 3 FF 63 Answer to Ever-Recurring Questions from the People by Andrew Jackson Davis.
Box 3 FF 64 Essays and Reviews.
Box 3 FF 65 A Historical Research...
Box 3 FF 66 The Master by Mary A. Denison.
Box 3 FF 67 Our Family of States.
Box 3 FF 68 The Rebellion Record edited by Frank Moore.
Box 3 FF 69 The Results of Slavery by Augustus Cochin.
Box 3 FF 70 Review of New Anti-Slavery Tracts.
Box 3 FF 71 Slavery - Its Origin, Influence, and Destiny by Theophilus Parson.
Box 3 FF 72 The Works of Charles Lamb.

Series 4.4 ‒ Miscellaneous Writings, 1847-1873

Box 3 FF 73 August 21, 1847, “The Case Our Own,” (written by Garrison while in Madison, Ohio.)
Box 3 FF 74 April 8, 1853, Garrison quote.
Box 3 FF 75 May 31, 1860, Garrison quote. (Also included is a quote from George Thompson dated September 23, 1864).
Box 3 FF 76 April 15, 1872, Garrison quote.
Box 3 FF 77 October 23, 1873, Garrison quote.
Box 3 FF 78 Undated letter fragment in Garrison’s hand.

Series 5 ‒ Photographs of Garrison and Associates, 1834-1878

Box 4 FF 1 1834, steel plate engraving of Garrison. Engraved by S. S. Jocelyn, painted by N. Jocelyn.
Box 4 FF 2 1849, daguerreotype of Garrison, oval frame.
Box 4 FF 3 Daguerreotype of Garrison, George Thompson, and Wendell Phillips, oval frame, circa 1851, . Undated daguerreotype of Garrison, rectangular frame. Undated daguerreotype of Henry C. Wright, oval frame.
Box 4 FF 4 1852, daguerreotype of Garrison, attributed to Broadbent & Company, Philadelphia, double oval with stereo frame, tinted. 1852, daguerreotype of Garrison, attributed to Broadbent & Company, Philadelphia, oval frame.
Box 4 FF 5 ca. 1874-78, glass slide of Garrison. 1978, positive photographs of the daguerreotypes of Garrison, taken by Daniel T. Moore, Wichita State University.
Box 4 FF 6 Undated daguerreotype of Garrison, oval frame.
Box 4 FF 7 Undated, framed and printed photo of Garrison, with Lowell’s verses to him below facsimile signature. Double glazing - on verso, two Newburyport scenes with Garrison connections.
Box 4 FF 8 Undated plate of Garrison, executed by F. T. Stuart.

Series 6 ‒ Memorabilia of Garrison

Box 4 FF 9 Funeral card for Garrison’s funeral.
Box 4 FF 10 Lock of Garrison’s hair.
Box 4 FF 11 Program from the Dedication of the William Lloyd Garrison Ward at St. Monica’s Home for Sick and Infirm Colored Women and Children, June 10, 1904.

Series 7 ‒ Materials Regarding Garrison and his Associates

Series 7.1 ‒ Records of the National Testimonial to William Lloyd Garrison, 1866-1868

Box 5 - Box 7 FF 101 Seven subscription and account books containing records of gifts to National Testimonial to Garrison. Two hundred seventy-three (273) letters to Samuel May, Jr. et al., in regard to the National Testimonial to Garrison. All letters dated 1866. From various persons, including John G. Whittier, Gerrit Smith, Edmund Quincy, E. L. Godkin, et al.
Box 7 FF 102-108 Thirty-one (31) printed testimonials to Garrison, 1866-1868. Signed by J. R. Lowell, H. W. Longfellow, John G. Whittier, Horace Greeley, S. H. Gay, W. C. Bryant, et al.

Series 7.2 ‒ Letters Regarding Public Breakfast in Honor of Garrison

Box 7 FF 109-112 Seventy-nine (79) letters to F. W. Chesson et al. regarding the Public Breakfast for William Lloyd Garrison.

Series 7.3 ‒ Correspondence of Friends and Associates of Garrison, 1831-1889

Box 8 FF 1 Edmund Quincy to J. P. Blanchard, October 4, 1831.
Box 8 FF 2 Francis Jackson to Rev. S. J. May, November 25, 1835.
Box 8 FF 3 Edmund Quincy to Richard Webb, March 28, 1847.
Box 8 FF 4 Edmund Quincy to Richard Webb, October 3, 1848.
Box 8 FF 5 Edmund Quincy to Richard Webb, June 13, 1853.
Box 8 FF 6 Letterbook of Francis Jackson, 1859-1861.
Box 8 FF 7 Gerrit Smith to R. S. Danforth (?), February 16, 1865.
Box 8 FF 8 Edmund Quincy to J. S. Grewtly (?), April 7, 1865. (File includes portrait of Quincy clipped from a magazine, plus photocopies.)
Box 8 FF 9 A. Goodwin to Rudolph Hanson, August 20, 1889.

Series 8 ‒ Miscellaneous Documents Concerning Garrison or Abolition

Box 8 FF 10 Document on indentured servant, March 15, 1801.
Box 8 FF 11 Josiah Flagg to J. F. B. Flagg regarding William L. Garrison, June 17, 1846.
Box 8 FF 12 Broadside, “A New Champion of the Christian Faith.” Excerpts from L. M. Sargent (Sigma) vs. Garrison in the Boston Transcript, 1850.
Box 8 FF 13 Letter of introduction by the late Governor of Hungary for Alexander Doross, December 4, 1852.
Box 8 FF 14 Broadside, “Hymns and Songs for the Festival in Faneuil Hall in Commemoration of the 25th Anniversary of the Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society, Friday evening, January 2, 1857.”
Box 8 FF 15 Certificate of freedom for Levi Ward from William H. Seward, 1860 (?).
Box 8 FF 16 “Phrenological Character of William L. Garrison,” given by L. N. Fowler, 1867.
Box 8 FF 17 Extract from the journal of Dr. Arthur Howard Nichols. This extract is a critique of Garrison, 1876. Accompanying this document is a letter from Rose S. Nichols to “Dear Ann and Walter,” which explains the provenance of the extract.
Box 8 FF 18 List of names and journals (probably an abolitionist mailing list since all are ardent partisans of abolition), undated.
Box 8 FF 19 Miscellaneous quotes, undated.
Box 8 FF 20 Poems, “The Conservative Mind” and “The Strength of Truth” by C. A. M. Taber, undated.
Box 8 FF 21 Story of the escape, capture and resale of the slave Samuel Carroll, undated.
Box 8 FF 22 Unsigned poem, undated.
Box 8 FF 23 Envelope in Frank Garrison’s handwriting, March 10, 1868.
Box 8 FF 24 Lithographed letter from Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society concerning the Liberator, sent to George S. Fowle, Secretary of Dartmouth College Anti-Slavery Society, March 8, 1837.
Box 8 FF 25 Broadside, “Order of Exercises for the Celebration of American Independence,” July 4, 1828. (Garrison read the Declaration of Independence.)

Series 9 ‒ Manuscript for The Letters of William Lloyd Garrison, 1822-1835, edited by W. Merrill

Box 9 Manuscript for The Letters of William Lloyd Garrison, 1822-1835, edited by W. Merrill, pages 1-270.
Box 10 Manuscript for The Letters of William Lloyd Garrison, 1822-1835, edited by W. Merrill, pages 271-588.
Box 11 Manuscript for The Letters of William Lloyd Garrison, 1822-1835, edited by W. Merrill, pages 589-880.
Box 12 Manuscript for The Letters of William Lloyd Garrison, 1822-1835, edited by W. Merrill, pages 881-1112.
Box 13 Manuscript for The Letters of William Lloyd Garrison, 1822-1835, edited by W. Merrill, pages 1113-1397.