[Letter To] My Dear Sister

[Letter To] My Dear Sister

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Theodore D. Weld writes to Anne Warren Weston in regards to giving his salutations to the Female anti-slavery society and thanks them for his invitation to labor in Boston for a few months but cannot accept it due to him being the only agent for the state of New York and his obligations to labor in New York during the month. He also writes, "I am a Backwoods man, untamed-my beavish proportions have never been licked into city shape-and are quite too uncombed and shaggy for 'Boston notions.'" He compliments the "sisterly fellowship of your society" and their influence on other female anti-slavery societies.
Branch Call Number: MS A.9.2, v.8, p.17
Characteristics: 1 leaf (3 p.) ; 26 cm

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