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Papers of Frederick Douglass [manuscript] 1895-1898.

Douglass, Frederick; May, Samuel J; Perry, Eugene A
Format
Manuscript/Archive
Language
English
Finding Aid Note
Annotated list available.
Summary
Collection 7181 includes a letter from Douglass to Samuel Joseph May, dated merely December 29, in which he acknowledges praise from May in the North Star; Douglass will visit Syracuse, N.Y., following the Massachusetts Antislavery Society meeting; Douglass mentions May was absent from the Society's annual meeting, mentions May's anticipated antislavery lectures in Rochester, and prospects of Douglass' paper, the North Star. Also includes a 1898 print of Douglass by E.A. Perry, which is a black and white copy of a photograph.
Collection 7181-a includes a letter from Douglass to Mrs. Amey M. Hillyer, dated February 18, 1895, in which he acknowledges receipt of interest on a note, with an envelope, postmarked January 11, addressed to Mrs. Hillyer.
Description
3 items.
Cite as
Frederick Douglass papers, 1895-1898, Clifton Waller Barrett Library, Accession #7181 and 7181-a, University of Virginia Library, Charlottesville,Va.
Notes
Forms part of the Clifton Waller Barrett Library.
Biographical Note
American abolitionist and author; slave who bought his freedom with proceeds from his lectures.
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    a| Douglass, Frederick, d| 1818-1895.
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    a| Papers of Frederick Douglass h| [manuscript] f| 1895-1898.
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    a| Forms part of the Clifton Waller Barrett Library.
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    a| Collection 7181 includes a letter from Douglass to Samuel Joseph May, dated merely December 29, in which he acknowledges praise from May in the North Star; Douglass will visit Syracuse, N.Y., following the Massachusetts Antislavery Society meeting; Douglass mentions May was absent from the Society's annual meeting, mentions May's anticipated antislavery lectures in Rochester, and prospects of Douglass' paper, the North Star. Also includes a 1898 print of Douglass by E.A. Perry, which is a black and white copy of a photograph.
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    a| Collection 7181-a includes a letter from Douglass to Mrs. Amey M. Hillyer, dated February 18, 1895, in which he acknowledges receipt of interest on a note, with an envelope, postmarked January 11, addressed to Mrs. Hillyer.
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    a| Frederick Douglass papers, 1895-1898, Clifton Waller Barrett Library, Accession #7181 and 7181-a, University of Virginia Library, Charlottesville,Va.
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    a| American abolitionist and author; slave who bought his freedom with proceeds from his lectures.
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    a| Annotated list available.
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    a| Douglass, Frederick, d| 1818-1895 v| Portraits.
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    a| May, Samuel J. q| (Samuel Joseph), d| 1797-1871.
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    a| Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society.
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    a| North star (Rochester, N.Y.)
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    a| Antislavery movements z| New York (State)
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    a| Interest z| United States.
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    a| Letters (Correspondence) 2| aat
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    a| Receipts. 2| aat
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    a| Hillyer, Amey M., e| recipient.
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    a| May, Samuel J. q| (Samuel Joseph), d| 1797-1871.
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    a| Perry, Eugene A. q| (Eugene Ashton), d| 1864-1948.
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    a| MSS 7181, 7181-a w| ALPHANUM i| 2496506-1001 l| BARR-STKS m| SPEC-COLL t| MANUSCRIPT
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