Lyman A. Spalding Papers,
Lyman A. Spalding
.4 cubic ft.
Correspondence, manuscripts, financial records, publications.
Contains correspondence, manuscripts, records, and publications related to the career of Lyman A. Spalding, a nineteenth-century Quaker merchant and abolitionist who lived in upstate New York. He was co-editor of the newspaper Plain Truth and established the newspaper Priestcraft Exposed and Primitive Christianity Defended.
Language: Collection material in English
Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library