Letter written by Sarah Elizabeth Wade to her Trustee Philip M. Russell authorizing him to officiate sale of her property Woodville Plantation in Bryan County Georgia. Property sold to William Craft. At bottom, note from Clerks office superior noting where the deed is recorded in the court. Clerk superior A. G. Smith.
A recount of William Lloyd Garrison's life, in particular his rise to become one of the most prominent Abolitionist leaders. In particular it describes his imprisonment for libelity, lecture series in New York and Boston, Establishment of his newspaper the "Liberator", and the formation of the Abolition Society at Boston. 9.5in.x 3in.
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.
Arrear book containing arrear records for the Daughters of Century Society, 1904-1940, and minutes for the Brown Fellowship Society, 1940-1975, a benevolent society of free African-American and racially mixed men founded in 1790.