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Report on the historic "Colored Convention" & it's speaker, Frederick Douglass...



Item # 648300

September 27, 1883

NEW YORK TIMES, Sept. 27, 1883  The top of the ftpg. has the last column headed: "AN UNRULY CONVENTION" "The Delegates To Louisville In a Constant Uproar" "Attempts to Indorse the Republican Party and Arthur's Administration Cause a Row". The article begins: "Thus far the National Colored Convention has been in a state of chaos, and the address of Frederick Douglass is the only notable feature..." with more (see). The article takes almost half a column.
Eight pages, four binding holes at the blank spine, somewhat fragile & should be handled carefully. A bit irregular at the spine & some minor margin tears.

Category: Post-Civil War

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