James Mott (1788-1868)

James Mott was a reformer, abolitionist, and husband of Lucretia Coffin Mott. After the fugitive-slave law was passed in 1850 the Motts opened their home as a shelter for runaway African Americans. Mott was appreciative of his wife's speaking talents as well as sympathetic to her cause and accompanied her on her preaching tours.

Date:
1870 circa 15 years
Original Format:
Carte de Visite
Item#:
MES19084
Photographer:
Broadbent & Phillips
Height:
1241px
Width:
761px
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