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Peter Bruner, 1845-1938
A Slave's Adventures Toward Freedom. Not Fiction, but the True Story of a Struggle.
Oxford, Ohio: s .n., 1918.
List of Illustrations


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[Title Page Image]

A speaking likeness of Peter Bruner as he appeared to the students of
Miami University where he served as janitor for many changing and
interesting years.

Equipped with the fastest steed of days past, Peter Bruner was the fleet and much-wanted messenger "boy" of Miami University folks.

Enjoying the Sunset Years of Life, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Bruner, as They are Today.

The Best Gift Life Has to Offer, a Happy Family.

Amidst Sunshine and Flowers, with Pipe and Happy Thoughts.

With His Two "Shadows," One of His Own Race, the Other the Small Son of a Faculty Member.

PETER BRUNER While, serving as janitor at Miami University.

A gala day for Peter Bruner! When President Taft visited Miami University.

The Home of Hewn Logs Where Early Manhood Years Were Lived.

A Larger Home Where the Family Grew and Prospered.

A Duet of Smiles, Grandfather and Grandson.