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Abolitionists -- United States -- Correspondence

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

Morgan, John A. Letter: New York, to students

 Item — Manuscripts (not separately boxed) - 1
Identifier: MS 0036

Morgan, John A., fl. 1830-1835; theologian. Professor at Lane Theological Seminary in Cincinnati, Ohio until he was dismissed in 1834 for siding with students in a debate over the Seminary's position on slavery. Letter is to students remaining at the Seminary offering advice and asking them to pay his debts and dispose of his belongings.Holograph letter and photocopy.

Dates: October 30, 1834

Weld, Theodore Dwight Letter: Walnut Hills, Ohio, to Lewis Weld

 Collection — Manuscripts (not separately boxed) - 1
Identifier: MS 0037

Holograph letter and photocopy.Weld, Theodore Dwight, 1803-1895, reformer. Letter to his brother Lewis Weld about conditions at Lane Seminary in Aug. 1834, includes comments on sickness and abolitionist activities.

Dates: 1834-08-13