Grimké, Sarah (1792 – 1873)

Grimké, Sarah

26 November 1792 – 23 December 1873

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Pertinent Archives:

California Sate University, Long Beach, Library (an epistle on slavery and letters on women in the Dumond papers) (

Library of Congress, Manuscript Division (miscellaneous papers and correspondence under the Theodore Dwight Weld collection; correspondence with the National American Woman Suffrage Association) (

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Illinois Historical Survey (correspondence relating mostly to the Eagleswood School in Perth Amboy, NJ) (

Boston Public Library (correspondence under Antislavery Manuscripts) (

Schlesinger Library (correspondence with Alma Lutz) (

Smith College, Sophia Smith Collection (letters to Caroline Maria [Seymour] Severance) (

University of Michigan, William L. Clements Library (antislavery and family correspondence under the Weld and Grimké papers) (

Cornell University, Department of Manuscripts and University Archives (correspondence with Wells and Fowler families and with Florence [Woolsey] Hazzard) (

The New York Public Library, Manuscripts and Archives (correspondence with Lydia Maria Child) (

Haverford College Library, Quaker Collection (papers under the Allinson papers) (

American Philosophical Society (correspondence with Susan Lesley under the J. Peter Lesley papers) (

University of Texas Archives (correspondence and reminiscences) (



Legacy References:


Higgins, Lisa Cochran. “Adulterous Individualism, Socialism, and Free Love in Nineteenth-Century Anti-Suffrage Writing.” Legacy 21.2 (2004): 193-209. [LION]

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