Rochester, NY: Press of C. W. Hebard, 1859.
23 pp. Bound in publisher's original grey printed wraps. Near Fine, with light wear and toning to wraps. Originally a Quaker group, the 1859 board members included abolitionists and Women's Rights activists such as Frederick Douglass, who served on the Business Committee, Amy Post and Lucy N. Colman; prior. The meeting, at which Douglass delivered a well received speech, lasted three days, drawing large crowds each day. While Spiritualism was discussed, it was not the main topic, with discussions focusing on a number of social reforms including abolition, temperance, women's rights, education reform and an end to sectarianism. Item #140939296