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Title: Have white men any rights left?
Image ID: 812672
Image ID 812672
Physical Description: 1 print : b&w ; 14 x 12 cm. (5 1/4 x 4 3/4 in.)
Material Type: Prints
Subjects: Cartoons (Commentary)
Periodical Illustrations
African Americans -- History -- 1800-1899
Morrill, A. P. (Anson Peaslee), 1803-1887
African Americans -- Civil Rights -- 1870-1879
African Americans -- Men -- Washington (D.C.) -- 1870-1879
Notes: Printed on border: "Senator Morrill, of Maine, who earnestly worked for the passage of the Civil Rights Bill, which gives to negroes the entrée of churches and schools, went into a colored people's church in Washington on Sunday night, and was told by one of the black dignitaries that the church was for colored persons, and that they wanted no white folks there. So he left." Written on border: "June 20, 1874." Foxing on image.
Date Published: 1875
Barcode Number: 33333159331582
Struc ID: 584202
Source: Leslie's monthly magazine.   View All images from Source
In Folder: African-American history -- 1870s-1890s   View All images from Folder

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