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Young, Alfred F.
Young, Alfred F.
[Young African American woman]
[Young African American woman]
[Young African American man, possibly slave Jerry Stevens, at Raceland Plantation, Dinwiddie, Virginia]
[Young African American man, possibly slave Jerry Stevens, at Raceland Plantation, Dinwiddie, Virginia]
Young Africa.
Young Africa.
The young abolitionists; or Conversations on slavery
The young abolitionists; or Conversations on slavery
Young, A. F.
Young, A. F.
YOU WOULD NOT LEAVE YOUR NORAH.
YOU WOULD NOT LEAVE YOUR NORAH.
You ugly, low
You ugly, low
You ugly, cross and wrinkled shrew
You ugly, cross and wrinkled shrew
You think yourself both bold and brave, of course
You think yourself both bold and brave, of course
You think your style is just the thing
You think your style is just the thing
You think no doubt.
You think no doubt.
You think, no doubt
You think, no doubt
You talk so much of what you'll do
You talk so much of what you'll do
You stingy, shrivel'd, wrinkled, close-skin'd skin-flint
You stingy, shrivel'd, wrinkled, close-skin'd skin-flint
You sneaking, mean, soulless knave
You sneaking, mean, soulless knave
You queer looking
You queer looking
You Puppy.
You Puppy.
You poor pen
You poor pen
You, no doubt,
You, no doubt,
You, no doubt,
You, no doubt,
You nasty, drunken,
You nasty, drunken,
You may swagger and blow, but people all know
You may swagger and blow, but people all know
You may sing psalms with sanctimonious face
You may sing psalms with sanctimonious face
You love the contrabands too much
You love the contrabands too much
You looking for
You looking for
You looking for
You looking for
You go in for the largest liberty
You go in for the largest liberty
You fat old cuss, give us your grub
You fat old cuss, give us your grub
You drink so
You drink so
You doubtless think that prudence is a virtue
You doubtless think that prudence is a virtue
You Don't Look
You Don't Look
You don't look handsome in your regimentals
You don't look handsome in your regimentals
You dashing, dressy Bar-keeper, for a dandy you would pass
You dashing, dressy Bar-keeper, for a dandy you would pass
You Darling Pet.
You Darling Pet.
You cannot blot out...the fact that Louis Heilbron sells the best furniture, carpets, and bedding at most reasonable prices, at the largest furniture house in Reading, Pa. 838-840 Penn Street
You cannot blot out...the fact that Louis Heilbron sells the best furniture, carpets, and bedding at most reasonable prices, at the largest furniture house in Reading, Pa. 838-840 Penn Street
You Buy A Liberty Bond Lest I Perish
You Buy A Liberty Bond Lest I Perish
"You brazen huzzy! You shall leave at this hour! And the least of your fault is the wasted flour."
You belong to the Sappers and Miners, `tis said
You belong to the Sappers and Miners, `tis said
You are respectfully invited to accompany the peace makers in their ariel flight to the land of rest. : Where there will be freedom of speech, to black-guard honest men, defame good government, and misrepresent all right action. Freedom of the press, to p
You are respectfully invited to accompany the peace makers in their ariel flight to the land of rest. : Where there will be freedom of speech, to black-guard honest men, defame good government, and misrepresent all right action. Freedom of the press, to p
You are my Valentine.
You are my Valentine.
You are my Darling.
You are my Darling.
You are an ill
You are an ill
You and Your Beau.
You and Your Beau.
Yost, Charles J.
Yost, Charles J.
Yorktown! : Wanted, a few able-bodied men, between 18 and 35 years of age, for the 17th Regiment of Infantry, U.S. Army, now at Yorktown, Va. Pay $13 per month, good clothing and provisions and medical attendance. A bounty of $100 will be given to those w
Yorktown! : Wanted, a few able-bodied men, between 18 and 35 years of age, for the 17th Regiment of Infantry, U.S. Army, now at Yorktown, Va. Pay $13 per month, good clothing and provisions and medical attendance. A bounty of $100 will be given to those w
Yorke, William
Yorke, William
Yorke, Samuel
Yorke, Samuel
Yorke, Joshua
Yorke, Joshua
York, Sarah Emily Waldo, 1819-1851.
York, Sarah Emily Waldo, 1819-1851.
York-Island, with a view of the seats of Mr. A. Gracie, Mr. Church & c. [graphic] / Drawn engraved & published by W. Birch Springland near Bristol Pennsylvania.
York-Island, with a view of the seats of Mr. A. Gracie, Mr. Church & c. [graphic] / Drawn engraved & published by W. Birch Springland near Bristol Pennsylvania.
York Avenue frontage of the Burpee building, Philadelphia, distributing headquarters of
York Avenue frontage of the Burpee building, Philadelphia, distributing headquarters of "seeds that grow."
Yonge, Philip
Yonge, Philip
Yohn's carriage manufactory, cor. Apple and Evans streets, Pottstown, Pa.
Yohn's carriage manufactory, cor. Apple and Evans streets, Pottstown, Pa.
Yohe's, late Jones' Hotel. On the south side of Chestnut St., next to the Clymer mansion (afterward Geo. Harrison's residence) between Sixth and Seventh St. The site, in the olden times, of the celebrated
Yohe's, late Jones' Hotel. On the south side of Chestnut St., next to the Clymer mansion (afterward Geo. Harrison's residence) between Sixth and Seventh St. The site, in the olden times, of the celebrated "Oeller's hotel." [graphic] / Photograph by Richar
YES, WE MISS THEE AT HOME.
YES, WE MISS THEE AT HOME.
"Yes!" Liberty Loan Bonds
YES, LET ME LIKE A SOLDIER FALL.
YES, LET ME LIKE A SOLDIER FALL.
Yes! I would the war were over: answer to When this cruel war is over; words & music by Alice Hawthorne.
Yes! I would the war were over: answer to When this cruel war is over; words & music by Alice Hawthorne.
YES, I WOULD THE WAR WERE OVER. ANSWER TO
YES, I WOULD THE WAR WERE OVER. ANSWER TO "WHEN THIS CRUEL WAR IS OVER."

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