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Tallahasse, Florida

[African American minstrel group performing on a riverboat]

We uses pears soap fo' de complexun

"Watching Grandma smoke"

[Men husking corn]

"Dat corn takes a might site a hoe'in"

A pot hunter

[Silas McMinn residence, Lake Idaho?]

[Caricature of a laughing African American man]

Two dromios

[Caricature of a laughing African American man]

"She lives way down dar"

Picking her Thanksgiving turkey

[African American youth playing banjo.]

[African American man delivering firewood to an African American woman]

[Unidentified African American woman]

[Unidentified African American woman]

[Unidentified young African American woman]

Two little nigs

Fifteenth amendment. Bringing his crop to town. [graphic] / Photographed by J. N. Wilson, nos. 143 Broughton and 21 Bull Sts., Savannah, Ga.

"What do you all want to do wif dat pixture tak'en contraption"

[Olive Cemetery chapel, Girard Avenue between Marion and Belmont Avenues, Philadelphia.]

Chapel in negro cemetery on 47 St. no. of Lancaster Ave.

A little rural scene in Frankford

Court. Lombard St. W. of 7.

Bread St. bel. Arch St. A Jewish family and a delegation of the darktown brigade. [graphic].

Logan Circle

Logan Square, Park Boulevard, Philadelphia

Old graveyard. N.S. Spruce bet 8th & 9th

Bartram gardens, Phila[delphia] [graphic].

2nd and Brown St. A stevedore, a family. [graphic].

Bread St. bel. Arch St.

Antique store, Pine Street e. of 13th St. [graphic].

Uncle Jimmie, Beaufort, S.C. [graphic] / Photographed by Wilson & Havens, Savannah, Ga.

Lucretia Mott.

1815 Delancey Place, Philadelphia

Masonic Temple, Philadelphia.

[Men harvesting hay on the Stouton farm, Philadelphia, Pa.]

[Portrait of five African American men attired in uniforms, probably band uniforms] [graphic] / Harry A. Webb, 112 & 114 Nth. 9th St. Philadelphia, Pa.

[African American waiters in the large dining room, Great Central Fair of 1864, Philadelphia, Pa.]

[African American waiters in the large dining room, Great Central Fair of 1864, Philadelphia, Pa.]

Gov. Andrews, Mass [graphic] / Warren's 289 Washington Street, Boston, Mass.; Under the Superintendence of Mr. S. B. Heald.

Fred. Douglas[s]

New Pennsylvania Hospital for the Insane building, Pa.

Views of Tuskegee Institute

[Portrait of an unidentifed woman] [graphic] Van Loan & Co's Gallery 118 Chesnut St. Philada.

A Virginia slave child in 1863

And he owes not any man.

"Does you love me hun?" [graphic].

Whack it off short Sam.

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