Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
The Anti-Slavery Collection contains essays, addresses, reports, letters, business and legal records, research notes, and other materials collected by Berea College librarians through donation and purchase. These items document the institution of slavery, the anti-slavery movement, the conflict over slavery, and the aftermath of slavery in the United States of America.
Collection of materials by and about Cassius M. Clay.
Papers and family records of John G. Fee.
Pages 17-18 featuring a 2-page article, "The Abolitionists In Reunion," written by John Greenleaf Whittier.
This collection consists of autographed letters and documents signed by persons of literary, political, or historical note.
The William Goodell Family Papers (Part 2) consist of correspondence of numerous Goodell family members (both between each other and family friends and associates); writings, documents, and photographs of Goodell family members; documents, writings and printed materials of abolitionists; and correspondence, papers, and materials specific to members of the family of William Goodell Frost.