Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
The Anti-Slavery Society of Salem and Vicinity Records contain mostly meeting minutes and range from 1834-1840
This collection is comprised of various petitions against slavery signed by citizens of Essex County, Massachusetts and Cornish, Maine.
The Edmund Kimball papers contain the personal and business papers of Newburyport, Massachusetts, shipping merchant Edmund Kimball (1762-1847) and the correspondence and legal papers of his son, Edmund Kimball (1793-1873), who was an attorney and state senator.
The Emmerton Family Papers contain personal and business papers of shipping merchants Ephraim (1748-1824), Ephraim (1791-1877), E. Augustus (1827-1901), George R. (1836-1888), physician James A. Emmerton, and Jeremiah Emmerton. There are also papers from Ephraim Emmerton’s (1791-1877) father in-law, Daniel Sage.
This collection contains the personal letters and business documents of several members of the Grew family, as well as some relating to the Wigglesworth, Greene, Phillips, Williams, and Crosby families.
The John Greenleaf Whittier Papers are made up primarily of letters sent and received by Whittier.
The Northey Family papers illustrate the activities of one of Salem's prominent Quaker families during the later 18th and 19th centuries.
The Remond Family Papers are divided into two series: the John Remond Papers and the Charles Lenox Remond Letters.
The Reverend David T. Kimball papers contains material related to the reverend and his family. The majority is correspondence, to and from Kimball and his family, both personal and business related. The collection also includes Kimball's writings, journals, church papers, financial papers, and ephemera.