William Cooper Nell Research Files
Scope and Contents
The William Cooper Nell Research Files consists of writings and materials on abolitionist William Cooper Nell by Dorothy Porter Wesley, her second husband Charles Harris Wesley, and daughter Constance Porter Uzelac. Research for the bibliography William Cooper Nell, Nineteenth-Century African American Abolitionist, Historian, Integrationist: Selected Writings 1832-1874 (2002) is contained in this series.
- 1847 - 2004
- From the Collection: Wesley, Dorothy Porter, 1905-1995
Conditions Governing Access
The collection is open for research.
This collection may be housed off-site at Yale’s Library Shelving Facility (LSF). To determine if all or part of this collection is housed off-site please check the library’s online catalog, Orbis; material for which the location is given as “LSF” must be requested 36 hours in advance. Please consult with Beinecke Access Services for more information.
Language of Materials
From the Collection: English
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