Letter to William Craft written by Chairman of the Committee of the London Emancipation Society, George Thompson, that urges Craft as he travels in the provinces to hold meetings for the Committee and Abolitionist movement to garner support in furthering their cause and to solicit donations.
A newspaper article on Ellen and William Craft, who escaped slavery together while she dressed as a wealthy slave holding gentleman. They later went to England because of the Fugitive Slave Act. The article gives a brief biography of the couple. The illustration shows Ellen dressed as a man.