Douglass in 1879
Anna Murray Douglass, Douglass's wife for 44 years, portrait ca. 1860
The Emancipation Memorial in 2014
Frederick Douglass, c. undefined 1840s, in his 20s
A postcard captioned "Lincoln Statue" depicts the Emancipation Memorial circa 1900.
The home and meetinghouse of the Johnsons, where Douglass and his wife lived in New Bedford, Massachusetts
Detail from the masthead of The Liberator
William Lloyd Garrison, abolitionist and one of Douglass's first friends in the North
This early small demonstration version by Ball was purchased by Edward Francis Searles. It is now located in the atrium of the Methuen, Massachusetts Town Hall.
Plaque to Frederick Douglass, West Bell St., Dundee, Scotland
Douglass in 1847, around 29 years of age
Douglass circa 1847–52, around his early 30s
Frederick Douglass in 1856, around 38 years of age
Douglass argued against John Brown's plan to attack the arsenal at Harpers Ferry, painting by Jacob Lawrence
1863 broadside Men of Color to Arms!, written by Douglass
Frederick Douglass in 1876, around 58 years of age
Douglass's former residence in the U Street Corridor of Washington, D.C. He built 2000–2004 17th Street, NW, in 1875.
Frederick Douglass after 1884 with his second wife Helen Pitts Douglass (sitting). The woman standing is her sister Eva Pitts.
Cedar Hill, Douglass's house in the Anacostia neighborhood of Washington, D.C., is preserved as a National Historic Site.
The gravestone of Frederick Douglass, located in Mount Hope Cemetery, Rochester
A poster from the Office of War Information, Domestic Operations Branch, News Bureau, 1943
A 1965 U.S. postage stamp, published during the upsurge of the civil rights movement

Frederick Douglass disagreed and thought the goal of education was incommensurate with that of remembering Lincoln.

- Emancipation Memorial

On April 14, 1876, Douglass delivered the keynote speech at the unveiling of the Emancipation Memorial in Washington's Lincoln Park.

- Frederick Douglass
Douglass in 1879

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