Letters of Nathaniel Peabody Rogers (1794-1846), American abolitionist, to his wife, Mary Porter Farrand Rogers, and members of his family; also, to friends interested in the anti-slavery movement. Writers of letters to Nathaniel P. Rogers include: Mary Clark, William Lloyd Garrison, Isaac Tatem Hopper, Elizabeth Pease, George Thompson, Richard Davis Webb, John Greenleaf Whittier, and others. There are two letters from Sen. Charles Sumner to Sen. McPhail, three letters from Parker Pillsbury to Mary Rogers, a letter from Susan B. Anthony to Mary Rogers and a copy of a Frederick Douglass letter (1892 2/18) to Marshall Pierce. The collection also includes deeds, receipts, and other legal documents, as well as drafts of editorials, letters to newspapers,articles by N.P. Rogers and a signed photograph of John G. Whittier. There is the original constitution of the Plymouth Anti-Slavery Society. In addition, there are letters about Nathaniel P. Rogers and a proposed memorial to be erected by his grandchildren in Concord, N.H. As well, there are over 100 issues of the Herald of Freedom.