Titel: THE CHICAGO COPPERHEAD CONVENTION. THE ...
Verlag: THE CONGRESSIONAL UNION COMMITTEE, WASHINGTON, D.C.
Einband: SELF PAPER WRAPS
Zustand: FINE CONDITION
Auflage: FIRST EDITION.
Art des Buches: PAMPHLET
16 PAGES. UNCUT FOLDED PAMPHLET PRINTED AND STEREOTYPED BY McGILL & WITHEROW, WASHINGTON, DC. THE COMMENTARY ON THE TITLE PAGE STATES, " A SURRENDER TO THE REBELS ADVOCATED -- A DISGRACEFUL AND PUSILLANIMOUS PEACE DEMANDED -- THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT SHAMEFULLY VILLIFIED, AND NOT A WORD SAID AGAINST THE CRIME OF TREASON AND REBELLION." A BEAUTIFUL CLEAN UNCUT COPY. Size: 6" X9 1/2". Buchnummer des Verkäufers 002193
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