Providence Ladies Anti-Slavery Society

Providence,  April 15, 1835

Mr. W. Lloyd Garrison:   Dear Sir, — Agreeably to previous notice, George Thompson addressed a numerous meeting of ladies of this city…. Preparatory to the formation of a Providence Ladies  Anti-Slavery Society……The annexed Constitution was adopted and signed by ONE HUNDRED AND SIX Ladies.

The following Ladies were appointed officers for the ensuing year:   Mrs. Lucy Blain, First Directress;  Mrs. Williams, Second do.;   Mrs. Sarah R. Simonson,  Third do.    Miss Anna Lockwood, Corresponding Sec;  Miss Mary C. Goss, Recording Sec.;  Mrs. Harriet L. Truesdell,  Treasurer

    Managers:  Mrs. Lydia Brown,  Mrs. E. H. Cowell,  Mrs. Rachel W. Healy, Mrs. Catherine Benson, Miss Abby Thurber,  Mrs. Lydia Cady, Miss Eliza R. Little,  Miss M. Farnum,  Miss Eliza L. Reed, Miss Sally M. Goddard, Mrs. Abigail Fuller, Miss Fanny Paine,  Mrs. Eliza S. Chace

                                                                        (Liberator, April 18, 1835, p 3)