Artifacts of the American Anti-Slavery Society
Photograph of the table and inkstand used by the signers of the Declaration of the Anti-Slavery Convention. Photo date: b/w 1920-1940. The Declaration was signed in 1833 upon the creation of the American Anti-Slavery Society, dedicated to the emancipation of all slaves.
Image ID: 000682
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Image size: 2.4 Mpixels (6.75 MB uncompressed) - 1300x1816 pixels (4.3x6.0 in / 11.0x15.4 cm at 300 ppi)
Image keywords: 1800s, 19th-century, American Anti-Slavery Convention, American Anti-Slavery Society, Americas, Artifacts-Objects, Education-Social Issues, Eon3718, Modern-Industrial, Photographs, United States, William Lloyd Garrison, abolition, conventions, declarations, furniture, inkstands, slavery, societies, tables, EonDiscount