[Fundraising circular]

Bass, J.L.; secretary and treasurer of the Southern Society of Immigration and Development

Editorial: Southern Society of Immigration and Development, 1888
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6x9.5 inch handbill, faintly creased from having been folded to fit into an envelope, otherwise very good. Thirty lines of text, soliciting funds for a movement "to induce immigration and money seeking investment to the South" and lamenting the poor response to an earlier appeal. "To my real surprise I have not heard from many of these letters, among them the one addressed to you, which forces us to one of three conclusions in the event that you received the letter, viz: The matter has been overlooked, or you discount the importance of the enterprise or that you are willing to enjoy a benefit while others bear its cost." States that among the group's accomplishments has been a one and a half cent passenger rate to all points in the South for rail tickets sold on five days in Spring, facilitating visits to the South by potential investors or settlers. N° de ref. de la librería

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Título: [Fundraising circular]
Editorial: Southern Society of Immigration and Development
Año de publicación: 1888

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AMERICAN WOMEN: EDUCATION: IOWA FEMALE COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE: 1855]. (BELDEN, A. Russell). (GRIMES, James W.).
Publicado por Iowa Female Collegiate Institute,, Iowa City: (1855)
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Descripción Iowa Female Collegiate Institute,, Iowa City:, 1855. Original printed fundraising circular.. [AMERICAN WOMEN: EDUCATION: IOWA FEMALE COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE: 1855]. (BELDEN, A. Russell). IOWA FEMALE COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE [FUNDRAISING CIRCULAR (With portions completed in ink holograph)]. [Together with] AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED by A. Russell Belden, President of the Board of Trustees, requesting donations. Broadside; single sheet, measuring 10 by 8 inches, printed on recto only. The printed circular [with portions completed in A. Russell Belden's neat ink holograph], dated "March 20," 1855, to Officers and Members of "Oriental Lodge," No. "60," I.O. of O. E., solicits donations for further construction of a building (project was started in 1853). Also prints a sixteen-line statement, about the Iowa Female Collegiate Institute, signed [in type] by "A. Russell Belden, Pres't of Board of Trustees." Also prints a four-line statement, in praise of Belden's efforts, signed [in type] by James W. Grimes, Governor of the State of Iowa (and four other members of the state government). [Together with] Autograph letter signed by A. Russell Belden, addressed to the Oriental Lodge in Penobscot Co., Maine. ALS, Iowa City, March 20, 1855, one twelvemo sheet, fourteen lines, requesting donations, and making reference to "the enclosed circular." A. Russell Belden, in addition to being the President of the Board of Trustees of the Iowa Female Collegiate Institute, was also the author of 'Incidents and Narratives for Christian Parents and Their Children' (published in 1853). Both the circular and the letter are folded for mailing, else fine. Nº de ref. del artículo: 62683

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