Philbrick Family Papers
Scope and Contents
This collection consists of a manuscript letter to Joseph Philbrick (Jan. 9, 1843) from the Massachusettes Anti-Slavery Society promoting William Lloyd Garrison's The Liberator; an original copy of The Liberator from July 8, 1842 and a fragment of another issue (Dec. 1, 1865, a receipt for payment (Jan. 23, 1841) for a subscription to The Liberator, and a circa 1870 - 80 albumen photograph of John C. Fremont and his wife taken in front of the "Fremont Tree," a Redwood tree in Santa Cruz, California in the base of which Fremont purportedly camped with a party of explorers in 1846.
- Inclusive 1841-1865
- Majority of material found within Bulk 1841-1843
- Philbrick, Richard (Collector, Person)
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Blue sheet prepared by Betty Kondayan (8/16/06)
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