[Invitation to] Anti-Slavery Conference. Anti-Slavery Conference, 1867 : Paris.
[Invitation to] Anti-Slavery Conference
[Invitation to] Anti-Slavery Conference
[Invitation to] Anti-Slavery Conference

[Invitation to] Anti-Slavery Conference

n.p. January, 1867. Four-page leaflet ( 2nd and 4th pages blank). Later folds, probably for mailing. Minor splitting at end of one fold. Accompanied by a modest-sized (14 x 22 cm.) 2-page holograph letter dated 17th January 1867 and written by L. A. Chamerovzow, Secretary of the Sub-Committee of the British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society, one of the Societies proposing that the 1867 Conference be organized and held. The unnamed recipient is requested to advise as to whether he or she plans to attend the Conference, advised that Mr. Cook (presumably Thomas Cook of the well-known firm for travelers) can be contacted to secure help with accommodations, and that delegates might be sought from those already planning to attend the Great Paris Exhibition in 1867. Very Good. Item #88500

Price: $500.00

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