Four-page letter from Abby Kelley of Lynn [Massachusetts] to Angelina E. Grimke of New York City regarding the abolition of slavery. Includes mention of lectures given by H. B. Stanton, William Lloyd Garrison, and George Thompson at the Society of Friends in Lynn, Massachusetts.
Three-page letter marked 'Confidential' to Lysander Spooner of Boston [Massachusetts] requesting his participation in an Executive Committee formed to advocate for the enlistment of blacks to fight in the Civil War. Signed by George L. Stearns on behalf of the Committee.
Four-page letter from Theodore D. Weld to his sister [probably Sarah Grimke] regarding the advisory contents of his previous letter, also dated September 6, 1837. Addressed to both Sarah and Angelina Grimke in Boston [Massachussets].