Paperblanks Ultra Frederick Douglass, Letter for Civil Rights 7 x 9 Inch Lined Journal
Paperblanks honors Frederick Douglass (1818-1895) with an Ultra, 7 x 9 inch large hard cover journal with magnetic flap closure.
Frederick Douglass was born into slavery in Maryland and became a leading abolitionist, social reformer, author and orator. He is regarded by many as the father of the American Civil Rights movement. When Frederick Douglass became to ill to continue his speaking engagements, he wrote letters of support for fellow activist and investigative journalist Ida B Wells to continue his work. This paperblanks journal reproduces a letter between these towering figures in American history and the struggle for equal rights and justice. Frederick Douglass' signature graces the magnetic flap closure.
Find your own passion, the written word can move the world in a better direction.
- Hard Cover
- Dimensions 7 x 9 Inch (18 x 23 cm)
- 144 lined pages
- Heavy quality 120 gsm paper
- Acid free, sustainable forest paper
- Magnetic flap closure
- Smythe-sewn binding- book opens flat.
- Memento pouch on the inside back cover
- Ribbon marker
- ISBN 9781439781197 Lined Paper