Three Centennial Addresses delivered by Benjamin Harris Brewster, Philadelphia, 1876 [cover title].
Three 1876 Centennial speeches given by Philadelphia attorney Benjamin H. Brewster; in front of Independence Hall, in Independence Square, and one at the Judges’ Hall of the Centennial Buildings. Brewster would later serve as attorney general of Pennsylvania and, from 1881 to 1885, as U.S. Attorney General under President Arthur. We have one other Brewster item in our inventory; please enquire.
Description: Three Centennial Addresses delivered by Benjamin Harris Brewster, Philadelphia, 1876 [cover title].
[Likely Philadelphia. 1876]. 20 pages. Original printed wrappers. Wrappers moderately soiled; light vertical crease line to binding, as is often found with pamphlets.
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