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Sale 2503 | March 23, 12-5; March 25 to 27, 10-6; March 28, 10-12
(SLAVERY AND ABOLITION.) Edwards, John. Letter discussing the hire and training of slaves to make cigars.
Estimate $300 - $400
(SLAVERY AND ABOLITION.) Handy, Samuel. Letter arranging for a large shipment of enslaved people from Maryland to Mississippi.
Estimate $400 - $600
(SLAVERY AND ABOLITION.) Holladay, James. Letter describing his servant in detail for a sale advertisement.
Estimate $500 - $750
(SLAVERY AND ABOLITION.) Letter describing the resistance of a Maryland house slave.
(SLAVERY AND ABOLITION.) McCalley, John W. Letter describing an escaped slave and the circumstances surrounding his flight.
(SLAVERY AND ABOLITION.) Parker, Richard. Group of letters discussing his slaves, and recommending him for his judgeship.
Estimate $1,000 - $1,500
(SLAVERY AND ABOLITION.) Slave documents from the Hooe family, including letters on runaways.
Estimate $2,500 - $3,500
(SLAVERY AND ABOLITION.) Small archive dealing with runaways and slave sales by Robert Stephen.
Estimate $1,500 - $2,500
(SLAVERY AND ABOLITION.) Thomas, William. Letter on the abduction and sale of a free African American boy from the District of Columbia
Estimate $600 - $900
(SLAVERY AND ABOLITION.) Two letters and a receipt relating to a West Virginian's acquisition of enslaved people.