Manuscripts/Mixed Material Correspondence, 1893

Format Manuscripts/Mixed Material
Contributors Aked, Charles F.
Anthony, Susan B.
Armstrong, R. A.
Carpenter, Mary
Coleman, S.H.
Dewolfe, Fiske & Co
Douglass, Frederick
Gardner, Anna
Roberts, John W.
Roy, J.E.
Sylvaino, M.
Wagoner, H. O
Waterman, L.E.
Young, Clarence
Dates 1893
Location Athens
Boston
Bridport
Chicago
Colorado
Denver
England
Englewood
Georgia
Illinois
Massachusetts
Nantucket
New Jersey
New York
Newcastle
United States
Vermont
Language English
Subjects Correspondence
Douglass, Frederick
Manuscripts
Title
Correspondence, 1893
Contributor Names
Carpenter, Mary (Correspondent)
DeWolfe, Fiske & Co (Correspondent)
Young, Clarence (Correspondent)
Sylvaino, M. (Correspondent)
Armstrong, R. A. (Correspondent)
Douglass, Frederick, 1818-1895 (Correspondent)
Anthony, Susan B., 1820-1906 (Correspondent)
Coleman, S.H. (Correspondent)
Aked, Charles F. (Correspondent)
Roberts, John W. (Correspondent)
Wagoner, H. O (Correspondent)
Waterman, L.E. (Correspondent)
Roy, J.E. (Correspondent)
Gardner, Anna (Correspondent)
Created / Published
01/25/1893-11/21/1893
Subject Headings
-  Douglass, Frederick, 1818-1895
-  Manuscripts
-  Correspondence
-  United States -- Vermont -- Bridport
-  United States -- Massachusetts -- Boston
-  United States -- Illinois -- Chicago
-  United States -- New Jersey -- Englewood
-  United States -- Georgia -- Athens
-  United States -- Colorado -- Denver
-  United States -- New York -- New York
-  England -- Newcastle
-  United States -- Massachusetts -- Nantucket
Genre
Manuscripts
Correspondence
Medium
Microfilm
Call Number
series: Addition
Source Collection
Frederick Douglass Papers at the Library of Congress
Repository
Manuscript Division
Digital Id
http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.mss/mfd.48007

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Letter, Henry O. Tanner to Frederick Douglass, May 7, 1894, made available here with permission from Dr. Rae Alexander-Minter.

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