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1 ‘Effingham L. Capron was a Friend, of the straitest kind. At first he was no abolitionist, and was very much prejudiced against William Lloyd Garrison. Persuaded by my father [Arnold Buffum], he took the Liberator, and concluded that slavery was wrong. He went to the Liberator office, and talked with thy father without knowing him; and when he learned that the man so gentle and peaceful was the man he had supposed a monster, he wept’ (Mrs. Elizabeth Buffum Chace to F. J. G., Ms. August, 1881). This story is told, anonymously, in the fifth of Angelina Grimkeas Letters to Catherine Beecher (Lib. 7.123).
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