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Author: Theresa Wolfson; Alice J G Perkins
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Annotated typescript of Wolfson's book, co-authored by A.J.G. Perkins, FRANCES WRIGHT: FREE ENQUIRER, 1939. Frances (Fanny) Wright (1795-1852) was a reformer and free-thinker involved with abolition, women's rights, and equitable distribution of property. She was a leader of the free-thinking movement in New York, and a founder and editor of the periodical, THE FREE ENQUIRER.
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Named Person: Frances Wright; Frances Wright
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Theresa Wolfson; Alice J G Perkins
OCLC Number: 155456637
Description: .3 cubic ft.

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Annotated typescript of Wolfson's book, co-authored by A.J.G. Perkins, FRANCES WRIGHT: FREE ENQUIRER, 1939. Frances (Fanny) Wright (1795-1852) was a reformer and free-thinker involved with abolition, women's rights, and equitable distribution of property. She was a leader of the free-thinking movement in New York, and a founder and editor of the periodical, THE FREE ENQUIRER.

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