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Papermakers' embossed stamps
|All Authors / Contributors:||
William C Nell; Jacob M Manning; Platner & Smith,
|Notes:||Signed on p. : Wm. C. Nell. Boston, February 22, 1860.
"Tickets, 25 cents each, to be obtained at the Anti-slavery Office, 21 Cornhill; of Bela Marsh, 14 Bromfield Street; of S.S. Hanscom, 74 Cambridge Street, and at the door on the evening."--p. .
The American Antiquarian Society copy has papermaker's embossed stamp "P & S [i.e., Platner & Smith]."
Includes extracts from the speech of Rev. J.M. Manning, of the Old South Church, at the meeting in aid of John Brown, martyr of Harpers Ferry, in Tremont Temple, November 25th, 1859.
|Description:||1 sheet ( p.) ill. ; 28 x 22 cm.|
- African Americans -- History -- To 1863.
- African Americans -- Legal status, laws, etc.
- Boston Massacre, 1770 -- Anniversaries, etc.
- Protest movements -- Massachusetts -- Boston.
- Blacks as authors -- Nell.
- African Americans.
- Protest movements.
- Massachusetts -- Boston.