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Life Magazine, November 22, 1968 - Abolitionist Frederick Douglass

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Life Magazine, November 22, 1968 - Abolitionist Frederick Douglass

Original Life Magazine November 22, 1968 - Abolitionist Frederick Douglass

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  • Excellent to Near mint. These are in extremely nice condition. Only the tiniest defects if any, but may have the original subscription label. They are of course the old original issues but could be confused with being brand new. These are extremely rare and are for the most discriminating collector.

Original Life Magazine from November 22, 1968 - Abolitionist Frederick Douglass

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