Virginia Silhouettes: Contemporary Letters Concerning Negro Slavery in the State of Virginia [to which is appended: A Dissertation on Slavery with a Proposal for the General Abolition of It in the State of Virginia]. Mrs. George P. Coleman, collected and.
Virginia Silhouettes: Contemporary Letters Concerning Negro Slavery in the State of Virginia [to which is appended: A Dissertation on Slavery with a Proposal for the General Abolition of It in the State of Virginia]
Virginia Silhouettes: Contemporary Letters Concerning Negro Slavery in the State of Virginia [to which is appended: A Dissertation on Slavery with a Proposal for the General Abolition of It in the State of Virginia]
Virginia Silhouettes: Contemporary Letters Concerning Negro Slavery in the State of Virginia [to which is appended: A Dissertation on Slavery with a Proposal for the General Abolition of It in the State of Virginia]

Virginia Silhouettes: Contemporary Letters Concerning Negro Slavery in the State of Virginia [to which is appended: A Dissertation on Slavery with a Proposal for the General Abolition of It in the State of Virginia]

Richmond, VA: The Dietz Printing Co., Publishers, 1934. 51/235. 10mo; VG-/fair; grayish tan spine with black text; first limited, edition; this is number 51 of 235; dust jacket has shows moderate wear to exterior; slight toning toward edges; red scroll border to front; black titles to front; several chips to edges; mylar wrap; dark brown cloth has slight wear to exterior; small sliver oval enclosed, black silhouette to front; silver lettering to front; strong, straight boards; some rubbing wear to edges; text block edges modestly age toned; previous owner's names to fep; slight offset toning to endpapers; frontispiece with tissue guard; tight binding; interior good; pp 64

NOTE: Shelved in Netdesk office, in wraparound bookcase next to 15's.

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Below title to front: "A collection of hitherto unpublished letters relating to the early Slave Problem, along with a reprint of that valuable and famous document, A Dissertation on Slavery with a Proposal for the Gradual Abolition of It, by St. George Tucker"