NAACP Co-Founder Oswald Garrison Villard. Original 1911 Signed Letter mentioning his book on Abolitionist John Brown published the year before. The letter is partially adhered to the back of a sheet of thicker stock paper with a landscape scene.
The letter is to a Mrs. Hussey" and begins "Dear Mary. She appears the wife of Unitarian minister Alfred R. Hussey, literary and book editor of The Christian Register.
Hussey was a Unitarian minister A. Harvard Divinity School, 1895 in West Roxbury, Mass. He served for many years as literary and book editor of The Christian Register. The item "NAACP Co-Founder Oswald Garrison Villard 1911 Letter Abolitionist John Brown" is in sale since Wednesday, June 3, 2020.This item is in the category "Collectibles\Cultures & Ethnicities\Black Americana\Photos". The seller is "chabe-7619" and is located in Garrett Park, Maryland. This item can be shipped to United States.