ANTI-SLAVERY READING ROOM
We commend the enterprise referred to in the following communication.
Mr Editor. The Young Men’s Anti-Slavery Society of Boston are taking measures to establish an Anti-Slavery Reading Room. To carry so desirable an object into effect, it is necessary to raise the sum of four hundred dollars. For this sum a large and commodious room can be had and furnished with fifty weekly papers, — the roomwill be open every and evening, (Sundays excepted) and supplied with light, fuel, and attendance.
A subscription paper has been drawn up and can be seen at the Anti-Slavery Office, 25 Cornhill …
(Liberator, August 18, 1837, pg 3)