Pamphlet. No wraps, perhaps as issued. 16 pp. A response to the veto by President Andrew Johnson of the Civil Rights Bill, given by Lyman Trumbull, then head of the Senate Judiciary Committee. Originally enacted in 1865, the bill was vetoed, with the veto overridden on April 6, of 1866. The act was designed to protect civil rights for African-Americans in the wake of the abolition of slavery and the Civil War. GOOD condition. Heavy crease/wrinkle to the lower front corner, with two faint horizontal fold creases present. Minor general wrinkling, some soiling and a few minor stains. Lower extremities unevenly cropped. Interior solid; unopened along the top edge. Bookseller Inventory # 006686
Title: Speech of Hon. Lyman Trumbull, of Illinois, ...
Publisher: Chronicle Book and Job Printers
Publication Date: 1866
Book Condition: Good
Book Description Chronicle Book and Job Print, Washington, 1866. 16pp, disbound. Light water stain running through bottom corner of all leaves [no text involvement], else clean. Very Good. Seller Inventory # 21586