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Street cries. [graphic].

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

[Print specimens depicting African Americans from the Thomas Richardson and American Bank Note Company scrapbook]

Centennial commemoration at Philadelphia [ticket]

Not a drum was heard nor a funeral note as his corpse to the ramparts we hurried -- : Not a loco discharged his farewell shot o'er the ditch where our hero we buried. [graphic] / H. Buchholzer.

Link-Belt "D" loader handling coal from R.R. car to wagon in yard of Hamilton Coal Co., Wilmington, Del.

Bank of the United States, in Third Street Philadelphia [graphic] / Drawn, Engraved & Published by W. Birch & Son.; Sold by R. Campbell & Co. No. 30 Chesnut [sic] Street Philada.

Girard's Bank, late the Bank of the United States, in Third Street Philadelphia [graphic] / Drawn & Published by W. Birch Enamel Painter 1800.

[Evans, Card & Fancy Printer. Office, Fourth St. below Chestnut, Philadelphia]

Evans, Card & Fancy Printer. Office, Fourth St. below Chestnut, Philadelphia

Evans, Card & Fancy Printer. Office, Fourth St. below Chestnut, cor. of Library St. Philadelphia

Foering & Thudiums cheap stove ware-house.

Looking east on Market St. from above 8th St., Philadelphia.

[Incomplete set of racist playing card game Game of In Dixieland. No. 1118] [graphic].

Proclamation of Emancipation. By the President of the United States of America

Grigg Block, North Fourth Street, Philadelphia. [graphic] / W.H. Rease, No. 17 1/2 South Fifth Street.

Grigg Block, North Fourth Street, Philadelphia.

Portrait album of well known 19th-century African American men of Philadelphia

Portrait Album of Well-Known 19th-Century African American Men of Philadelphia

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