Just recd this query, Tim.
* The Colored American, 2 September 1837 (Accessible Archives): A letter to the editor dated August 19, 1837 from Otis Clapp and Philip A. Bell. "Enclosed thou wilt receive ten dollars, for which thou wilt please direct six copies of the 'Colored American' to Perry Lee, Palmyra, Wayne Co., New York, a young (colored) man of our village of much promise and respectability, and who takes great interest in the success of thy paper..."
* The Colored American, 17 February 1838 (Accessible Archives) - In list of letters received by publication - P. B. Lee, Palmyra, N.Y.
* The Friend of Man, 24 January 1838 (Cornell University) - Report of Anti-Slavery Convention held in Rochester on January 13th - Perry Lee of Palmyra was included in list of those attending.
* The Colored American, 27 July 1839 (Accessible Archives) - Editor in calling for a New York State Colored Men Convention to be held in September 1840. "...We call on our brethren to assist us in this great work... We call on ... Lee of Palmyra..."
* The Colored American, 11 September 1841 (Accessible Archives) - P. B. Lee and S.R. Ward named to Wayne County committee at meeting of New York State Colored Men's Convention held in Troy, New York, August 1841.
* The Frederick Douglass Paper, 2 December 1853 (Accessible Archives) - Perry B. Lee listed as member of committee for district convention of the colored people in the counties of Ontario, Yates, Seneca, Cayuga and Wayne to be held in Geneva, New York on December 1, 1853.