Forty "National Anti-Slavery Standard" Newspapers by the Anti-Slavery Society 1865 to 1866
1865 to 1866-Dated Civil War, Archive of Forty Newspapers titled, "NATIONAL ANTI-SLAVERY STANDARD," New York, Lot of 40 Issues, Vol. 26, No. 14, August 12, 1865 to Vol. 27, No. 13, to August 4, 1866, published by the Anti-Slavery Society, About Fine.
This historic primary source ANTI-SLAVERY Archive consists of Forty (40) different Newspapers including; Vol. 26, No. 14, August 12, 1865 to Vol. 27, No. 13, August 4, 1866. Each Newspaper displays a large 6-column layout, having 4 pages each issue complete, being published by the "Anti-Slavery Society." A very rare and intriguing historical contemporary perspective on the ongoing debate over Slavery in America leading to the American Civil War. This 40 Issue run of Slavery related newspapers actually covers both sides of the Slavery debate. Its emphasis by the Anti-Slavery proponents from across the country, and also reports on related news accounts reported from around the world. Each original issue is Signed on the front page of to the previous original owner and subscriber, "C.V.B. Chase" who kept this group as his archive. Some typical minor expected tone, folds, and dampstaining, while the print itself is crisp and legible. Archive being sold "as is" intact as such. An outstanding historical collection of period Slavery related information and reporting, as the history of Slavery in America actually happened. (40 issues).
Our Auction Contents:
Black History & Slavery: (Lots 1 - 63)
Abraham Lincoln Related: (Lots 64 - 74)
Historic Autographs: (Lots 75 - 235)
Colonial America: (Lots 236 - 261)
Revolutionary War: (Lots 262 - 304)
George Washington Related: (Lots 305 - 306)
Early American Guns & Weapons: (Lots 307 - 318)