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MSA SC 2221-19-25 SPECIAL COLLECTIONS (Constance B. Schultz Slide Collection) The Result of the Fifteenth Amendment, and the Rise and Progress of the African Race in America and its Final Accomplishment, and Celebration on May 19, A.D. 1870. Lithograph by Metcalf & Clark, Baltimore, 1870. Original in the Enoch Pratt Free Library. MSA SC 1260-104.

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