Manuscript copy of a three-page letter dated February 6, 1879, from Lysander Spooner in Boston [Massachusetts] to Daniel McFarland in South Bend, Indiana, suggesting that he might be able to find employment for McFarland in connection with Spooner's new banking system.
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.
Printed invitation from "a number of Young Men, unconnected, at this time, with any organization" of Boston [Massachusetts] to Lysander Spooner to attend a public convention meeting on December 3, 1860, to discuss the abolition of slavery.
21-page manuscript draft of George Bradburn's obituary written by Lysander Spooner and envelope addressed to his wife, Frances H. Bradburn. Includes editorial remarks made [probably by Frances Bradburn] and a poem by a "Miss Child."