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    [Slavery]. Harriet Beecher Stowe Autograph Letter Signed "HB Stowe." One page with integral blank, 5" x 8", Hartford, March 12, 1886. Stowe (1811-1896), an ardent abolitionist and author of the controversial novel, Uncle Tom's Cabin, writes to an unknown recipient regarding slavery, in part: "You are entirely right in what you have asserted. There never has been in my mind a moments wavering, or a shadow of regret for any thing I have been enabled to say about slavery. I bless God that that disgrace is wiped from our national flag." Folds, else fine. With a small photograph of Stowe measuring 3.75" x 4.75".

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    October, 2014
    8th-9th Wednesday-Thursday
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