Abbott expresses disappointment with Markham for missing a Socialist meeting in Monroe. Abbott describes the meeting and its events including an ensemble piece by Earle. Abbott mentions literature sent to Markham, including "Tennyson" and "Shelley"...
Sinclair requests a list of influential works on the working-class movement to use for a new publication series being put together by the American Fund for Public Service. Sinclair also requests written opinions if possible.
Grierson writes to Markham about an array of topics including various social issues and the financial independence of writers and poets and how it restrains them from criticizing certain men and writing about certain topics.
Sinclair writes to Markham of his intentions to start an Intercollegiate Socialist Society to stimulate interest in Socialism among college men. He requests Markham to participate and lists the other men he is hoping to enlist in this cause.
Lemon thanks Markham for reading his play and asks permission to use his quotes for publicity. Lemon also writes a great deal about freedom of expression in the United States as compared to other countries and other time periods in history.
The collection includes three volumes, correspondence, and documents, 1768-1803, related to English abolitionist and reformer Granville Sharp. The first volume contains copies of letters and related documents, 1768-1773, sent to Granville Sharp,...
Liberty Party (U.S. : 1840-1848); Slavery--Constitutional law; Slavery--United States; Anti-slavery literature--United States; Slavery--Law and Legislation
Printed letter entitled, "Letter of Gerrit Smith, to the Liberty Party of New-Hampshire" on 1 folded sheet ( p., the last page blank). On back, labeled "circular" and addressed to Lysander Spooner in Boston, Massachusetts, in Gerrit Smith's hand.
Letter from Edmund Quincy to J.  Williams, a librarian for the Public Library in Dedham [Massachusetts], in response to his request for volumes of literature produced by the Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society.
Art, American--Exhibitions ; Art, Modern--20th century--United States--Exhibitions; Flowers in art--Exhibitions
Catalogue from the Spring Exhibition, also known as The Flower Exhibition, held March 17-29, 1930 at the Whitney Studio Galleries. Introduction by Lloyd Goodrich. Color cover with black and white illustrations and a list of the exhibition...