- Two-page letter dated February 25, 1849, from L. [Lysander] Spooner in Boston [Massachusetts] to George Bradburn, discussing his criticisms of [Gerrit] Smith's writings and giving a manuscript copy of a letter from Smith, in which he discusses [William Lloyd] Garrison's waning position of power in the abolitionist movement.
- Two letters on one leaf. Two-page letter dated April 20, 1851, from George Bradburn to Lysander Spooner, notifying that he is leaving in the morning for Cleveland [Ohio]. Followed by a two-page letter dated April 30, 1851, from Frances H. Bradburn to Lysander Spooner, notifying that she will also leave for Cleveland before visiting with Spooner.
- Four-page letter dated January 18, 1852, from L. [Lysander] Spooner in Boston [Massachusetts] to [George] Bradburn, regarding a letter from Mrs. [Frances] Bradburn delivered to a Miss Hinkely and discussing political relations between Russia and Hungary. Followed by an additional note dated January 19, mentioning an enclosed letter from Miss Hinckley to Mrs. Bradburn.