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Correspondence, 1809-1872 (continued)
BOX 14 REEL 7 Photocopies, 1838-1872
Mostly letters by Lewis and Arthur Tappan from collections of papers in the Oberlin College Library, Oberlin, Ohio.
Arranged chronologically
BOX 13 REEL 7 1838-1872, undated
(4 folders)
BOX 14 REEL 7 Miscellany, circa 1839-1903
Autobiographical and genealogical notes, clippings, scrapbook, lecture, John Quincy Adams’s brief on the Amistad case, and other items.
BOX 14 REEL 7 American Anti-Slavery Society, clippings, 1840-1843, undated
BOX 14 REEL 7 Amistad case, including John Quincy Adams’s legal brief, 1839-1841, undated
BOX 14 REEL 7 Biographical and genealogical material
BOX 14 REEL 7 Chronological résumé of Lewis Tappan’s life from 1802 to 1871, written by himself
BOX 14 REEL 7 History of the Tappan family and short autobiography of Lewis Tappan
BOX 14 REEL 7 Tappan and Aspinwall families, photocopies of genealogical charts, notes, and pamphlets
BOX 14 REEL 7 Tappan family scrapbook, circa 1842-1903
BOX 14 REEL 7 Index to narrative of Lewis Tappan
BOX 14 REEL 7 Name and address book, 1847-1852
BOX 14 REEL 7 New York draft riot, account [1863?] (facsimile)
BOX 14 REEL 7 “Truth’s Hindrances,” a lecture by Theodore D. Weld
BOX 14 REEL 7 Writings, notes, and other items on slavery
BOX 14not filmed Addition, 1857
Letter.
BOX 14not filmed Letter to Henry A. Miles, 1857

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