- Four-page inventory of Bartholomew Gartman of Jefferson County, Georgia, regarding his estate at the time of his death. Identifies two slaves, "1 negro man named Limbrick [?]; 1 negro girl nam'd Peggy," among livestock and household goods. Signed on last page by administrators of the estate, Solomon Hood, Charly Higdon, and Shomake Holden. Made official and signed by Jas. [James] Bozeman.
- Two-page letter from the Antislavery Office, Philadelphia, giving notification for an Antislavery convention to be held in Harrisburg [Pennsylvania] on December 19, 1837, with the intent of organizing a State Antislavery Society. Signed by committee members of the Friends of Immediate Emancipation in Pennsylvania. Letterhead features engraving 'A Colored Young Man of the City of New York, 1835' by P. Reason.
- One-page letter dated January 5, 1855, from William Goodell on behalf of the American Abolition Society in New York, to Lysander Spooner in Boston, Massachusetts, ordering a supply of his book, The Unconstitutionality of Slavery, for distribution to all members of congress, as well as additional copies to sell and give away.