Mar 28, 2019 - Sale 2503

Sale 2503 - Lot 81

Price Realized: $ 390
?Final Price Realized includes Buyer’s Premium added to Hammer Price
Estimate: $ 400 - $ 600
(SLAVERY AND ABOLITION.) Group of 5 manuscript letters and documents from the abolitionist movement. Various sizes and conditions. Vp, 1837-60 and undated

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Autograph Letter Signed from abolitionist Charles C. Burleigh to "my dear Frankie" [said to be Francis J. Garrison]: "May you live to see the last fetter broken from the limbs of the slave in this pretended land of freedom; & meanwhile may you so live as to earn a full right to join in the song of jubilee at the triumph of liberty." Boston, 22 September 1860 Autograph Letter Signed from abolitionist Oliver Johnson to Walter and Anna Brown, forwarding books "in the Standard bundle, to the Anti-Slavery office in Philadelphia." Anti-Slavery Office, New York, 4 April 1855 Subscription list for the Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society, signed by 8 girls with their pledges. Np, circa 1830s Receipt for $15.14 issued to the Female Anti-Slavery Society in Ashburnham, by the Massachusetts Anti-Slavery Society. Boston, 22 March 1839 Notebook containing the constitution, minutes and membership list of the East Salisbury Anti-Slavery Society. 7 manuscript pages in a larger memorandum book, most or all transcribed from a printed pamphlet, 1837-40.