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1 Burritt, Elihu. Autograph Letter, Signed.

Dated New Britain, Sept. 13, '71. To and un-named correspondent, who is to speak twice on temperance in New Britain within the week, and explaining a few unfortunate restrictions, for which he apologizes. Burritt (1810-1879) was a social reformer, interested mostly in anti-slavery, temperance, and world peace through universal brotherhood and international arbitration. He was named U.S. Consul to Birmingham, England, by Abraham Lincoln. A half-sheet, two pp., almost 200 words. Very Good. 
Price: 80.00 USD
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2 Burritt, Elihu. Carte de Visite Photograph of Elihu Burritt.

Imprint of H.J. Whitlock, Birmingham. Burritt is about sixty. He was a social reformer, especially interested in universal peace. Abraham Lincoln appointed him Consul to Birmingham in 1865, and there he sat for this carte. A Fine example. 
Price: 100.00 USD
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