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The UPA microfilm collection Garrison Family Papers, Series 9: Scrapbooks, 1833_1908, contains scrapbooks belonging to Agnes Garrison (1866_1950), George Thompson Garrison (1836_1904), and William Lloyd Garrison (1838_1909), hereafter referred to as WLG (1838). Agnes is the daughter of WLG (1838). George and William are sons of the famous abolitionist William Lloyd Garrison (1805_1879). The elder William Lloyd_s legacy is evident in the many articles and references to antislavery and suffrage found in these scrapbooks, which contain clippings, memorabilia, correspondence, and miscellaneous printed material on a variety of subjects.

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