AQS, "Liberty for each, for all, and for ever!" on a small card. 1 page, 3x5 inches, ruled paper; mounted to a leaf removed from an album. Boston, 7 November 1868 • Signature, inscribed to "Mrs. Lucy S. Thaxter / From her friend." 1/4 page, 8vo, pale yellow paper. Boston, 16 January 1860. In the speech he delivered in Charleston, SC, on the day Abraham Lincoln was assassinated, April 14, 1865, Garrison proclaimed that the governing passion of his soul was the following sentiment: "Liberty for each, for all, and for ever." With--William Lloyd Garrison, Jr. (1838–1909). Two ALsS: the first, to "My dear Mrs. Reed," reporting having sent a Harriet Tubman book and explaining that Tubman cannot sign autographs because "she is absolutely illiterate & never learned to read or write"; the second, to "Miss Clara Bates Rogers," promising to send a pamphlet. Each 1 page, 8vo or smaller, with integral blank or on postcard. Boston, 5 May 1897; 17 September 1898.