The Mind of Frederick Douglass

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Manuscript Collections
Boston, Mass.
Anti-Slavery Collection, Boston Public Library
Child Family Papers
William Lloyd Garrison Collection
Samuel J. May Papers
Weston Family Papers
Cambridge, Mass.
Arthur and Elizabeth Schlesinger Library on the History of Women in America.
Radcliffe College
Susan B. Anthony Papers
Blackwell Family Papers
Holt-Messer Family Papers
Women's Rights Collection
New York, N.Y.
Arthur A. Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, New York Public Library
J. E. Bruce Papers
Alexander Crummell Papers
John P. Davis Papers
Frederick Douglass Papers
Miscellaneous Letters and Papers Collection
Northampton, Mass.
Sophia Smith Collection (Women's history Archive), Smith College
Garrison Family Collection
Washington, D.C.
Library of Congress
Susan B. Anthony Papers
Blackwell Family Collection
Frederick Douglass Papers [Microfilm copy in Doe Library, University of California,
Berkeley]
Elizabeth Cady Stanton Papers
Mary Church Terrell Papers
Robert H. Terrell Papers
Moorland-Spingarn Collection, Howard University Library
Blanche K. Bruce Papers
Frederick Douglass Papers
P. B. S. Pinchback Papers
George L. Ruffin Papers

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