Undated petition signed by c.150 Boston citizens arguring against the removal of Judge [Edward Greely] Loring in 1850 from his appointment as judge for forcing Anthony Burns to return back to slavery in the South.
Letter from Francis Jackson and William Lloyd Garrison, with no addressee, notifying of appointment to serve as a delegate for the Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society at the 6th Anniversary celebration of the American Anti-Slavery Society in New York on May 7, 1839.
24-page roster of ca. 1,500 names of individuals who served under military Captains Seth Wilmarth, Isaac Hall Wright, Evans, Cass, Whorf, Granger [probably David Granger of Boston], McKenny, McCafferty, Young, Charles O. Rogers, Henshaw, Cooley, Upton, and Adams.
Undated and unsigned printed circular from the American Anti-Slavery Society for distribution among auxiliary societies, outlining plans of operation including distibution of material, collection of funds, and reports to the Executive Committee.
Receipt for wages paid to Oliver Johnson "for services performed in the Office of the Liberator in 1839" from Francis Jackson. Also signed in pencil "M & W Johnson" and note on bottom left "(Genl. Fessenden's pledge)."
Two-page printed document dated 1866 summarizing the geographical divisions of the State of Tennesee produced by the Executive Department in Nashville. Signed by Governor W. G. Brownlow, December 8, 1865.
Four-page document consisting of ca. 90 names, including Thomas C. Amory, Francis Brinley, Christopher C. Holmes, Thomas P. Ruh, Joseph McKean Churchill, Ignatius S. Amory, Thomas B. Hall, Joseph S. Whitney, William A. Bangs, Aaron C. Baldwin.