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Resolution Adopted by the Clay Festival Association of the City of New York

Identifier: SC 00029

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Scope and Contents

Broadside, 42 x 27 cm. Comprises eight resolutions drafted by the Association concerning the death of statesman Henry Clay. A list of members' names appears at the end. Printed in New York by J. W. Harrison, Printer to the Association, 1852.


  • Creation: 1852 July 2


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0.17 Linear Feet



Acquisition Information:

Purchase, 2015 (2015.213)

Guide to the Resolution Adopted by the Clay Festival Association of the City of New York, 1852 July 2
Finding Aid Authors: Kim Sims.
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The collection description/finding aid is written in English

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