1 edition of [Samuel May Jr., in account with Supplementary Anti-Slavery Sale, April 20 & 21, 1858] found in the catalog.
Written in English
Statement of receipts and disbursements, and of the balance paid to Samuel Philbrick, Treasurer of the American Anti-Slavery Society. Signed by Samuel May Jr. on May 3, 1858 in Boston.
|Other titles||Boston Public Library (Rare Books Department) Samuel May Correspondence.|
|Contributions||May, Samuel, 1810-1899|
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|Pagination||1 leaf (3 p.) ;|
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