British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society, London. Anti-Slavery Papers. Oxford: Rhodes House Papers, Bodleian Library, 1963.
2 reels. 35 mm.
Part of the series British Records Relating to America in Microform published by Micromethods, Ltd. Contains material relating to America, including the West Indies, from the Anti-Slavery collection in Rhodes House, Oxford, the largest anti-slavery collection in Great Britain. The majority of the material is from 1839-1868. Most of the collection consists of the papers of the British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society founded 1839) but records of the London Anti-Slavery Society (1823-1840) and the Aborigines Protection Society (founded 1837) are also included.
Reel 1: Contents and minute books.
Reel 2: 1. Memorial and petitions, listed chronologically.
This library does not have a published finding aid. The beginning of reel 1 does contain a "History of the Anglo-American Anti-Slavery Connection, 1823-1865," and a detailed table of contents which gives an indication of the subjects of the memorials and petitions and of each letter reproduced. The minute books have not been indexed.
Slavery -- Great Britain -- Anti-Slavery movement
United States -- History -- 19th Century