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Handwritten letter from Susan Brownell Anthony to Amy Kirby Post, June 2, 1857. Anthony writes to Post about an upcoming meeting in Waterloo, New York.

Date: June 2, 1857

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Handwritten letter from Susan Brownell Anthony to Amy Kirby Post, October 1, 1855. Anthony writes to Post asking her to invite certain abolitionists to an upcoming meeting.

Date: January 10, 1855

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Handwritten letter from Martha Coffin Pelham Wright to Amy Kirby Post, September 27, 1853. Wright describes the arrangements for providing reduced train fare to those attending the Cleveland woman's rights convention.

Date: September 27, 1853

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Handwritten letter from Susan Brownell Anthony to Amy Kirby Post, 1853? Anthony share with Post the names of possible speakers at an upcoming woman's rights convention in Chicago.

Date: 1853 ?

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Handwritten letter from Margaret Fox Kane to Amy Kirby Post. Kane writes about her travels in Newark, New Jersey and her enjoyable time spent with Post's son, Joseph.

Date: August 5, 1852

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Handwritten letter from Catherine Fox to Amy Kirby Post. Fox shares with Post the fun times she and her sister, Margaret are having with Post's son, Joseph.

Date: August 5, 1852

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Handwritten letter from Catherine Fox to John Fox. Fox shares her feelings of homesickness with her friend, John E. Robinson of Rochester.

Date: October 26, 1850

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Handwritten letter from unknown writer to Sojourner Truth. Included in this letter is a cartoon image of a codfish.

Date: 186 ?

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Handwritten letter from Harriet Brent Jacobs to Amy Kirby Post. Jacobs writes of her travel plans to Washington, D.C.

Date: 186 ?

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Handwritten letter from Harriet Brent Jacobs to Amy Kirby Post. Jacobs asks for permission to have the letter her brother, John, sent Isaac Post to be published in the National Anti-Slavery Standard.

Date: 186 ?

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Handwritten letter from Harriet Brent Jacobs to Amy Kirby Post. Jacobs writes about the progress she's made with her slave narrative and about her recent illness.

Date: 186 ?

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Handwritten letter from Harriet Brent Jacobs to Amy Kirby Post. Jacobs describes her travel plans to London.

Date: 186 ?

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Handwritten letter from Harriet Brent Jacobs to Amy Kirby Post. Jacobs shares the challenges she's encountered while trying to write her slave narrative.

Date: 186 ?

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Handwritten letter from Harriet Brent Jacobs to Amy Kirby Post. Jacobs writes that she will be in Rochester, during the second week of September to finish and send her slave narrative to the publisher.

Date: 186 ?

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Handwritten letter from Harriet Brent Jacobs to Amy Kirby Post. Jacobs shares with Post the letter she wrote to the Tribune in response to an article the newspaper published about slave trading.

Date: 186 ?

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Handwritten letter from Eliab Wilkinson Capron to Margaret Smith Fox, February 10, 1850. Capron writes to Mrs. Fox to convince her to send her daughter, Catherine on a Spiritualist tour in New York City.

Date: February 10, 1850

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Handwritten letter from Margaret Fox Kane to Amy Kirby Post. Kane writes to Post about her recent visit with Frederick Douglass.

Date: 185 ?

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Handwritten letter from Harriet Brent Jacobs to Amy Kirby Post, 185-. Jacobs expresses concern because she has not heard from Harriet Beecher Stowe regarding her slave narrative.

Date: 185 ?

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Handwritten letter from Harriet Brent Jacobs to Amy Kirby Post, 185-. Jacobs write to Post about her desire to see her son.

Date: 185 ?

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Handwritten letter from Harriet Brent Jacobs to Amy Kirby Post, 185-. Jacobs writes to Post that she wishes she had more time to work on her book.

Date: 185 ?

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Handwritten letter from Harriet Brent Jacobs to Amy Kirby Post, 185-. Jacobs writes about Harriet Beecher Stowe’s intentions to travel to England to promote Jacobs's slave narrative.

Date: 185 ?

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Handwritten letter from Harriet Brent Jacobs to Amy Kirby Post, 185-. Jacobs writes to Post and discusses her home life, her daughter, Louisa, and a letter she received from her brother, Joseph.

Date: 185 ?

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Handwritten letter from Harriet Brent Jacobs to Amy Kirby Post, 185- Jacobs writes to Post about recent events including her ill health and concern regarding her slave narrative.

Date: 185 ?

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Handwritten letter from Catherine Fox to Amy Kirby Post. Fox writes to Post and describes a Spiritualist Séance.

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Handwritten letter from Catherine Fox to Amy Kirby Post. Fox writes to Post about recent Spiritualist communications.

Date: 185 ?

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Handwritten letter from Margaret Fox Kane to Amy Kirby Post. Fox writes to Post and shares how lonely she is.

Date: August 21, 1849

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Handwritten letter from Elizabeth Cady Stanton to Amy Kirby Post, 1849. Stanton writes to Post and introduces her to fellow activist, Amelia Bloomer. Bloomer began to publish her newspaper, the Lily during this period.

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Handwritten letter from Lucretia Coffin Mott to Phebe Post Willis. Motts writes to Willis about upcoming anti-slavery meetings.

Date: April 25, 1840

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Handwritten letter from Catherine Fox to Amy Kirby Post. Fox writes that she misses Post and hopes to see her soon. She shares recent interactions with spirits.

Date: 1850 ?-06-19

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Handwritten letter from Abigail Kelley Foster to Amy Kirby Post. Foster writes to Post about recent developments in the abolitionist movement in the North East.

Date: July 16, 1844

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Handwritten letter from Paulina Kellogg Wright Davis to Amy Kirby Post, February 12, 1844. Davis writes to Post about a recent anti-slavery fair.

Date: February 12, 1844

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Handwritten letter from Harriet Brent Jacobs to Amy Kirby Post, n.d. Jacobs writes that she hopes to see Post as an anti-slavery convention in New York City.

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Handwritten letter from Harriet Brent Jacobs to Amy Kirby Post, n.d. Jacobs describes caring for her benefactor and employer, Cornelia Grinnell Willis.

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Handwritten letter from Harriet Brent Jacobs to Amy Kirby Post, n.d. Jacobs describes the impact she hopes her slave narrative will have on the abolitionist movement.

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Handwritten letter from Harriet Brent Jacobs to Amy Kirby Post, n.d. Jacobs writes to Post about her recent experiences in New York City, including being introduced to abolitionist, Charles Sumner.

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Handwritten letter from Harriet Brent Jacobs to Amy Kirby Post, n.d. Jacobs writes of her visit with fellow abolitionist, William Cooper Nell and her recent illness.

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Handwritten letter from Harriet Brent Jacobs to Amy Kirby Post, n.d. Jacobs writes of her recent travels to Cambridge and Weymouth, Massachusetts. After receiving the letter from Jacobs, using the same piece of paper, Isaac Post writes a note about…

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Handwritten letter from Harriet Brent Jacobs to Amy Kirby Post, n.d. Jacobs writes to Post about her recent travels and family events.

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Handwritten letter from Harriet Brent Jacobs to Amy Kirby Post, n.d. Jacobs describes the process of writing her slave narrative.

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Handwritten letter from Harriet Brent Jacobs to Amy Kirby Post, n.d. Jacobs responds to Post's appeal that she write about her experiences as a slave.

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Handwritten letter from Harriet Brent Jacobs to Amy Kirby Post, n.d. Jacobs addresses Post's concerns about her son, Willie.

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Handwritten letter from Harriet Brent Jacobs to Amy Kirby Post, n.d. Jacobs writes to Post about recent events.

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Handwritten letter from Harriet Brent Jacobs to Amy Kirby Post, n.d. Jacobs writes to Post about her health problems.

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Handwritten letter from Harriet Brent Jacobs to Amy Kirby Post, n.d. Jacobs describes her future travel plans.

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Handwritten letter from Harriet Brent Jacobs to Amy Kirby Post, n.d. Jacobs expresses her desire to receive a letter from Post and shares her concern over her brother's debts to William Cooper Nell, a fellow abolitionist. Jacobs describes her…

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Handwritten letter from Harriet Brent Jacobs to Amy Kirby Post, n.d. Jacobs relays to Post her plans to leave the Idlewild estate in Cornwall, New York for New Bedford, Massachusetts, where she may stay with Joseph Grinnell.

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Handwritten letter from Catherine Fox to Amy Kirby Post, n.d. Fox writes to Post and hopes Post will visit her.

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Handwritten letter from Elizabeth Fries Lummis Ellet to Margaret Fox Kane, n.d. Ellet writes to Kane asking her to respond.

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Handwritten letter from Paulina Kellogg Wright Davis to [?] Coe, n.d. Davis describes the preparations for an upcoming woman's rights convention.

Date: 1851 ?

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Handwritten letter from Susan Brownell Anthony to Amy Kirby Post, n.d. Anthony hopes to spend time with Post's family and friends.

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