COLLECTION GUIDES

1837-1838

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Restrictions on Access

Use of the originals is restricted. This collection is available as color digital facsimiles (see links below). Black and white microfilm is also available for use in the library.


Collection Summary

Abstract

This collection consists of the records of the Juvenile Anti-Slavery Society of Boston, Mass., 1837-1838.

Historical Sketch

The Juvenile Anti-Slavery Society was an abolitionist organization for young women in Boston, Mass.

Collection Description

This collection consists of the records of the Juvenile Anti-Slavery Society of Boston, Mass., 1837-1838. Included are brief notes on society business, monthly meetings minutes, a manuscript copy of a letter from Robert Bartlett, and a list of members.

Acquisition Information

Gift of Alice Stone Blackwell, Oct. 1928.

Restrictions on Access

Use of the originals is restricted. This collection is available as color digital facsimiles (see links below). Black and white microfilm is also available for use in the library.

Other Formats

The collection is also available on microfilm, P-811, 1 reel.

Detailed Description of the Collection

Folder 1digitized
digitizedJuvenile Anti-Slavery Society records, 1837-1838

Preferred Citation

Juvenile Anti-Slavery Society records, Massachusetts Historical Society.

Access Terms

This collection is indexed under the following headings in ABIGAIL, the online catalog of the Massachusetts Historical Society. Researchers desiring materials about related persons, organizations, or subjects should search the catalog using these headings.

Subjects:

Antislavery movements--Massachusetts--Boston.
Antislavery movements--Societies, etc.
Girls--Massachusetts--Boston.
Women--Societies and clubs.