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Animal Rights, Anti-Vivisection Lot, Eight Titles.

Auction:
3040B
Lot:
139
Sold for:
$308$250

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Auction:
Books & Manuscripts - 3040B
Location:
Boston
Date / Time :
November 12, 2017 11:00AM

Description:

Animal Rights, Anti-Vivisection Lot, Eight Titles. Including: Henry S. Salt's Animals' Rights, New York: Macmillan, 1894 (two copies); Albert Leffingwell's An Ethical Problem, London: Bell & Sons, 1914 [and] 1916 (first and second editions); Samuel McCune Lindsay's Legislation for the Protection of Animals and Children, New York: Columbia University, 1914; Frances Power Cobbe and Benjamin Bryan's Vivisection in America, London: Sonnenschein & Co., 1889; Henry S. Salt's Seventy Years Among Savages, London: Allen & Unwin, [1921]; [and] Fourth Triennial International Congress of the World League Against Vivisection and for the Protection of Animals, London: Tamblyn, 1910, sizes vary. (8)
Estimate $250-350


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Keywords

Sonnenschein & Co., Benjamin Bryan, Samuel McCune Lindsay, Henry S. Salt, London, Albert Leffingwell, Animal rights, Animal rights activists, Animal rights movement, Animal testing, Cobbe family, Frances Power Cobbe, Henry Stephens Salt, Social change

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