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"The Freedman's Bureau." [graphic] / Thos. Worth.

The people putting responsibility to the test or the downfall of the kitchen cabinet and collar presses. [graphic] / T.W. Whitley alias Sir Joshua invt..

Worship of the North. [graphic]

Arms of ye confederacie. [graphic] / H.H. Tilley Del. et Sc.

The last offer of reconciliation [graphic] : In rememberance of Prest. A. Lincolns. "The door is open for all." H. Thomas; Lithogr. by Kimmel & Forster 256 Canal Str. N.Y.

A new way of passing a bad Nebraska bill. [graphic] / T. Sinclair's Lith Phila.

The bloody massacre perpetuated in King Street, Boston, on March 5th, 1770, by a party of the 25th Regt. [graphic] / engrav'd, printed & sold by Paul Revere, Boston.

"I say Billy, do you know why I'm doing this? Cause, I'm going to run for Congress soon!" [graphic] /. Potomac.

Happy Lil' Sal as the queen of the May. [graphic] / R.F. Outcault.

Pore lil' Mose sends his Pa a valentine. [graphic] / R.F. Outcault.

Emancipation. [graphic] / Th. Nast; King & Baird, Printers, 607 Sansom Street, Philadelphia.

Emancipation: the past and the future. [graphic] / Th. Nast.

The past and the future. [graphic] / Th. Nast.

The great Republican reform party, calling on their candidate. [graphic]

Southern chivalry - argument versus club's. [graphic] /. J.L. Magee, del.

Liberty, the fair maid of Kansas-in the hands of the "Border Ruffians." [graphic].

Pay day at the custom house, N.Y. [graphic] / Magee, del.

The nigger emperor of Nicuragua [sic] on his throne. [graphic] : Attended by Chatfield & his black guards witnessing the detention of the steamer Prometheus, by the English brig of war Express, at San Juan.

The great presidential race of 1856. [graphic]

The pious Mr. All-bone, taking leave of his directors previous to his departure for Europe. [graphic].

John Bull and the Nicaragua question [graphic] : John's duplicity and disregard of treaty obligations.

Columbia's noblest sons [graphic] / Manson Lang, 542 Broadway, New York; Lithog. & printed by Kimmel & Forster 254 &n 256 Canal Str. N.Y.

'Conquering prejudice, 'or 'fulfilling a constitutitional duty with alacrity.' [graphic] /. P. Kramer.

The resurrection of Henry Box Brown at Philadelphia [graphic] : Who escaped from Richmond Va. in a box 3 feet long 2 1/2 ft. deep and 2ft. wide. / Kramer, del.

The first of May 1865 or gen'l moving day in Richmond Va. [graphic] / Lith. by Kimmel & Forster, 254 & 256 Canal St., N.Y.

A foot-race. [graphic]

Much ado about nothing or a militia court-martial. [graphic]

The house that Jeff built. [graphic]

[Scraps no. 3 for 1832] [graphic] / Designed, engraved and published by D.C. Johnston, 19 Water St.

[Scraps no. 3. for 1832] [graphic] / Designed engraved and published by D.C. Johnston.

[Scraps no. 3 for 1832] [graphic] / Designed engraved & published by D.C. Johnston 19 Water St.

[Scraps no. 3 for 1832] [graphic] / Designed engraved & published by D.C. Johnston.

[Scraps for the year 1830] [graphic] / Designed etched & published by D.C. Johnston.

Fixing a block-head to the Constitution or putting a wart on the nose of old ironsides. [graphic]

[Double-sided proof print containing a racist caricature with a mammy and a comic genre scene with a bookmaker] [graphic] / Bernhard Hall 1902.

The shackle broken - by the genius of freedom [graphic] / Lith. & Print. by E. Sachse & Co.

The rail candidate. [graphic]

"The nigger" in the woodpile. [graphic]

The national game. Three "outs" and one "run" [graphic] : Abraham winning the ball.

John Bull makes a discovery. [graphic]

The dis-united states or the Southern Confederacy. [graphic]

An heir to the throne, or the next Republican candidate. [graphic]

Political "Blondins" crossing Salt River [graphic].

"The irrepressible conflict" or the Republican barge in danger. [graphic]

All on hobbies, gee up, gee ho! [graphic] / C.

The great American steeple chase for 1844. [graphic] / E.

A strike! A strike! [graphic] / C.

The disappointed abolitionists. [graphic] / C.

Handicap race presidential stakes 1844. [graphic] /. EWC.

American sympathy and Irish blackguardism. [graphic] / EWC.

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