Wm. Lloyd Garrison Photo And Hand Written Signed Letter Boston, April 16, 1863

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Wm. Lloyd Garrison Photo And Hand Written Signed Letter Boston, April 16, 1863
Wm. Lloyd Garrison Photo And Hand Written Signed Letter Boston, April 16, 1863

Wm. Lloyd Garrison Photo And Hand Written Signed Letter Boston, April 16, 1863
Founder of American Anti-Slavery Society Society. Abolitionist, journalist, suffragist and social reformer. Known for: His abolitionist newspaper “The Liberator”. This is a 5″ X 7 3/4″signed letter from Wm. Lloyd Garrison that reads. Boston April 16, 1863. In reply to your inquiring as to the probability of your. Obtaining a situation under the government, with reference. To aiding the freemen of the south this new position, I. Would advise you to address a letter to george B Emerson, Esq. Who is chairman of the Educational Commission in behalf. Of the Port Royal freedman, stating to him your. Desires, and sending him such references as you. He will be able to give you precisely the. You may refer him to me. His address is No 3, Pemberton Square. Yours, to break every yoke. George Barrell Emerson was an American educator, pioneer of women. Education, author and cousin of Ralph Waldo Emerson. The 5″X7″ picture with signature is a copy. Please see above photos as part of description of actual item you will receive. Just notify me within 14 days of receiving item of your intent. I gladly combine items, just let me know you are still shopping. All books are sent free to continental United States. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Autographs\Historical”. The seller is “723char” and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Signed by: Wm. Lloyd Garrison
  • Signed: Yes

Wm. Lloyd Garrison Photo And Hand Written Signed Letter Boston, April 16, 1863