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[POLITICS]. Equality For All. Cleveland, OH: Walter L. Brown, 1920.

Handbill, likely for a campaign. Approx. 4 x 6 in. Portraits of nine men, some white, some black, most legislators and the Governor of Ohio. Bottom captioning: "I want you to know that I believe in Equality before the law. That is one of the Guarantees of the American Constitution. You can not give one right to a white man and deny the same right to a black man. - Senator Harding, at Oklahoma City, October 9, 1920." Issued by Walter L. Brown, Cleveland, Ohio.

BROWN, Walter L. (1871-1950). One of the first African Americans in Cleveland to be active in the Democratic Party. Most African American politicians just after the Civil War belonged to the party of Lincoln (Republican).

Condition:

Very good.

Estimate: $100 - $150
Price Realized Including Buyer's Premium
$344
02/26/2021

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