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Child, Lydia Marie

Isaac T. Hopper. A true life

John P. Jewett, Boston. 1853, xvi, 493p. engraved frontispiece, original black cloth very edge worn, and split along the outside hinges, *BAL 3174, second state (sheets bulk 1 1/16 inch) Issac Hopper was a Quaker abolitionist and philanthropist in whose New York household Child resided in 1841. Child was in New York as editor of the National Anti-Slavery Standard

Cat.No: 4722

Price: $35.00

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