Frederick Douglass Document Signed as Recorder of Deeds

Frederick Douglass document signed in his position as Recorder of Deeds for Washington, DC. Douglass signs the docketing on verso, "Fred'k Douglass" for a deed enacted on 25 March 1882. After the Civil War, Republican Presidents appointed Douglass to various government positions including Recorder of Deeds as well as Minister and Consul General to Haiti. Document on four sheets of bifolium card-style paper measures 8.5" x 14" unfolded. Small holes at intersecting folds, in very good plus condition.

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Frederick Douglass Document Signed as Recorder of Deeds
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