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No. 10 The event Or where "2 pair is better than 4 of a kind" [graphic] / McGreer.

[Group portrait photograph of fourteen African American nurses and nursing students outside of Dr. J. H. Mudgett’s Private Hospital and Training School for Nurses, 2030 N. 13th Street, Philadelphia] [graphic] / Dan E. Paul, commercial photography, Bell Ph

[Family photograph album of views of Eastern and Central Pennsylvania] [graphic].

Compliments of the Domestic Sewing Machine Co. [graphic].

[Abraham Lincoln miscellany] [graphic].

The wooing of the twins [graphic] : Universal, perfect and elegant stoves and ranges. Manufactured by Cribben, Sexton & Co., Chicago, Ill.

"Wes don got de "Domestic," we has!" [graphic].

The wedding party off for Europe. And they have all got on the neat $2.50, gaiters made to measure at the Co-operative Shoemakers, arnt they splendid. 220 & 222 S. Halsted St. [graphic].

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

Saturday evening. [graphic].

Sunday. Yer looks lubly Ephraim, and it all comes using dat Higgins soap [graphic].

Try King's quick rising buckwheat. It is the best. The cook likes it [graphic].

"Wes don got de "Domestic," we has!" [graphic].

Saturday. Whoa! Dar Sambo! What do yer mean, what makes yer jump and shout? I will wash yer clean with Higgins' soap, and then yer may jump out [graphic].

Scenes from Uncle Tom's Cabin. No. 1

Turning the tables on the overseer

The follies of the age, vive la humbug!! [graphic]

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

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

[Building of the Supervisory Committee for Recruiting Colored Troops, 1210 Chestnut Street, Nov. 1864]

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

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

John Brown - the martyr. Meeting a slave mother and her child on the steps of Charlestown jail on his way to execution. Regarding them with a look of compassion Captain Brown stooped and kissed the child then met his fate.

"Father, I cannot tell a lie: I cut the tree" [graphic] / Painted by G.G. White; Eng[raved by] John McRae.

Life in New York.

Life in New York. My name is Antonio Ceasa de Wilson..." [graphic] / Canova.

Life in New York. My name is Antonio Ceasa de Wilson..."

A five points exclusive taking the first steps towards the Last Polish [graphic].

Life in New York. "Blakey I say, can't you by the powers of your stame engine..?" [graphic] / C. Ingrey, lithog., 310 Strand.

Life in New York. "Blakey I say, can't you by the powers of your stame engine..?"

Dancing for eels at Catharine [sic] Market N.Y.

[Montage of caricatures satirizing Southern Democrats] [graphic].

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

Slavery as it exists in America : Slavery as it exists in England. [graphic]

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

On the march to the sea

Life in Philadelphia. A black charge. [graphic] / Designd & drawn by W. Summers; Hunt sculpt.

Cornwallis is taken!

Five Points, 1827.

[Photographic reproductions of the Cartoon Printing Co. series after the 1878 Harper’s Weekly "Blackville" series “The Twins”] [graphic]/ McGreer.

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

[Building of the Supervisory Committee for Recruiting Colored Troops, 1210 Chestnut Street, Nov. 1864]

Martyrdom of John Brown.

Reading the Emancipation Proclamation

Emancipation

Emancipated slaves.

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