A rare autobiography written by Frederick Douglass was set to be sold at this weekend's Ronald McDonald sale.
A book dealer found the first edition autobiography, which was written in 1855, in the warehouse ready to be sold. A Ronald McDonald board member has already bought the book and will donate it to the
The sale, which starts Thursday, has everything from couches to George Foreman grills.
"They're all donations we collect throughout the year from estate sales, things that are left over. We have a crew that goes out and packs them up and we have a crew that picks them up and brings them to a warehouse which is donated to us,” says sale chairperson Goldee Heccht-Meyer.
The sale will be held at the former Dick's Sporting Goods store on
You can also log onto the Ronald McDonald's House website to take a look at what the sale has to offer.