Portrait of Garrison

May 5, 1854

Notice that William C. Nell has “just executed, by Grozelier, a likeness of Mr. Garrison, in the same style as that recently issued of Mr. Sumner, “giving one of Mr. G’s best expressions, and such a head as his best friends would be willing to point his severest critics to, and say, ‘that is the great anti-Slavery Pioneer'”   It is so good that “Mr. Nell might send one to Georgia and claim the five thousand dollars still offered by that state for Garrison’s head.”