Rochester Ladies' Anti-Slavery Society Papers, 1848-1868
The Rochester Ladies' Anti-Slavery Society papers consist of materials collected by the society, including correspondence to and from various members about slavery, fugitive slaves, the conditions of freemen, and other progressive issues; printed annual reports; and other items.
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