Constitutional Convention. / Independent Candidate! / [followed by a public letter to General John H. Young, urging him to run for a spot in the state constitutional convention, signed by 30 citizens, and Young's reply]

Urbana, OH: John H. Young, 1873. Printed broadside, 14 1/4 x 10 1/2 inches, with a larger bold head and the letters printed in bold face. Influenced, however, by your letter and by the solicitations of a large number of citizens of both parties," Young agreed to become an Independent Candidate for Delegate to the convention. The 1873 Ohio Constitutional Convention proposed a new
document with a number of reforms, but it was defeated by the state's electorate in August of that year. Apparently not recorded on OCLC. Folded; a little browning along fold lines, but a very good copy. (#5001). Item #58105

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