Letter from Samuel May, Boston, to Richard Davis Webb, May 29, 1860
@ Boston Public Library
DescriptionHolograph, signed.Title supplied by cataloger.May mentions the removal of the anti-slavery offices from 21 Cornhill for a more accommodating new building. May believes that William Lloyd Garrison has abandoned his intention of traveling to England. May tells Webb that Theodore Parker passed away at Florence on May 10th, which he feels is a tremendous loss "to the cause of free thought, speech, and action in America."
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