Additional Descriptive Data
In addition to this finding aid, the Clements Library has created a list of personal names, geographic locations, and subjects in the Weld-Grimké family papers: Weld-Grimké Supplements.
The Seventieth Birthday Anniversary of John W. Hutchinson (tribe of John And Jesse), at Tower Cottage, High Rock, Lynn, Mass., January Fifth, 1891. Lynn, Mass.: Nichols Press, 1891.
The Undersigned Have Associated Themselves to Institute a School at the Raritan Bay Union, Perth Amboy, New Jersey, Designed to Combine the Advantages of Home Nurture, with Instruction in Literature, Science And Art... [n.p.], 1854.
- Weld, Theodore Dwight. In Memory, Angelina Grimké Weld: Born in Charleston, South Carolina, February 20, 1805, Died in Hyde Park, Massachusetts, October 26, 1879. Boston: Press of George H. Ellis, 1880.
- Cameo brooch, ca. 1850
- Eye glasses and case (Angelina E. Grimké Weld), ca. 1820-1835
- Silver Addison watch (Angelina E. Grimké Weld), ca. 1840-1860
- Chinese fan, ca. 1840-1869
- Ivory sewing box, Chinese, (gift from Benjamin Grimké), ca. 1790-1820
- Leather sewing or trinket box, European, ca. 1790-1820
- Silk purse, handpainted, (possibly Angelina’s wedding purse)
- Peale Museum silhouette (Angelina E. Grimké Weld)
- Netting shuttle case, ivory tools
- Miniature tea set, French, ca. 1750-1770
- Pocket knife, (Theodore D. Weld), ca. 1881
- 5 developing out prints (Box 19)
- CDV album (A.1.1860.4)
- 12 cartes-de-visite and 2 tintype portraits of Weld-Grimké family and unidentified subjects (C.3.24)
- Cabinet card photos (C.5.4)
- Louis Weld portrait (C.8.7)
- Cabinet card photo of Sarah E. Grimké Weld and cabinet card photo of Theodore D. Weld
- Quarter-plate daguerreotype of Weld- Grimké family (by Greenleaf Weld)
- Photograph album, presented to Weld in 1863 or 1868 (includes portraits of former pupils from Eagleswood Academy)
The James G. Birney papers contain undated lecture notes by Sarah Grimké and a wedding invitation sent to Birney by Angelina Grimké and Theodore Weld (May 1, 1838).
- Grimké, Angelina E. Appeal to the Christian Women of the South. American Anti-slavery Society: New York, 1836.
- Grimké, Angelina Emily, and William Lloyd Garrison. Slavery and the Boston Riot: The Following Letter was Written, Shortly after the Pro-slavery Riot in Boston. [Philadelphia], 1835.
- Grimké, Sarah Moore. Letters on the Equality of the Sexes, and the Condition of Women: Addressed to Mary S. Parker, President of the Boston Female Anti-slavery Society. Boston: Isaac Knapp, 25, Cornhill, 1838.
- Weld, Theodore D. American Slavery as it is. American Anti-slavery Society: New York, 1839.
- Wilbanks, Charles, ed., Walking by Faith: the Diary of Angelina Grimké, 1828-1835. Columbia: University of South Carolina Press, ca. 2003.
Approximately 350 letters from the collection have been published in the following book: Barnes, Gilbert H. and Dwight L. Dumond. Letters of Theodore Dwight Weld, Angelina Grimké Weld, and Sarah Grimké, 1822-1844. D. Appleton-Century co., inc., New York/London: [ca. 1934].