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201 Select Bibliography Manuscript Collections Haverford College, Quaker and Special Collections Transcriptions Julia Wilbur diaries Historical Society of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia Dr. and Mrs. Henry Drinker Collection (Collection 3125) Library Company of Philadelphia African American Friendship Albums Stevens-Cogdell-Sanders-Venning Collection (SCSVC) W. C. Bolivar file Library of Congress, Washington, DC Christian A. Fleetwood Papers Missouri History Museum Thomas Butler Gunn diaries Moorland-Spingarn Learning Center, Howard University Francis J. Grimké Papers Private Collections Annie Wood Webb Papers (AWWP), Philadelphia Blair/Iredell Bible records, Silver Spring, Maryland St. Paul’s Episcopal Church records, Edenton, North Carolina St. Thomas African Episcopal Church records, Philadelphia Southern Historical Collection, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill Harriet Jacobs Family Papers Hayes Collection Primary Sources Alexander, Eveline Martin, and Sandra Myres. 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