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M[arriott] C[anby] M[orris] Jr. by sundial, 131 W. Walnut La[ne], [Philadelphia] [graphic].

Official first day of issue. Honoring Harriet Tubman, 1821-1913. Abolitionist. Nurse. Escapded slave. Black Heritage USA Series. [graphic]

Cinque

Cinque

Centennial commemoration at Philadelphia [ticket]

"Nick Biddle" [graphic] : Of Pottsville, Pa., the first man wounded in the Great American Rebellion, "Baltimore, April 18, 1861."

Centennial

[Collection of 19th-century matriculation tickets, lecture admission cards, schedule cards, and graduation tickets from various colleges of medicine and pharmacy.]

To the people of America, this engraving of "First in Peace," from the original painting, is respectfully dedicated, representing the arrival of General George Washington at the Battery, New York, April 23rd, 1789, previous to his inauguration as the firs

General Grant's farewell address to the Union Army in the field 1865. [graphic].

Scrapbook of Greeting Cards, Menus, Invitations, etc.

Albert Hatch Photograph Album

[A.C. Yates & Co. clothing trade cards]

[Collection of advertisements and other promotional materials relating to proprietary medicines manufactured by the Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Company, of Lynn, Mass.]

City Hall, Bordentown For one night only, positively This Saturday evening, Feb. 27, 1864. : Having just concluded a season of fifteen nights at the Concert Hall, Philadelphia, (acknowledged by all the most successful engagement ever played in that city)

City Hall, Burlington For two nights only, positively Thursday and Friday evenings, Feb. 25 and 26. : Having just concluded a season of fifteen nights at the Concert Hall, Philadelphia, (acknowledged by all the most successful engagement ever played in th

[John Serz scrapbook]

Photograph album

[Geo. S. Harris & Sons print specimens]

Marriott at front gate Avocado, Sea Girt, [NJ] [graphic].

Saint Luke's Church, Philadelphia. [graphic].

Saint Stephen's Church, Philadelphia. [graphic].

[Group portrait including photographer W.L. Germon on the porch of the hotel Long Beach House] [graphic] / Photo by Germon.

Revd. John Gloucester

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

Africa. America.

[Group portrait photograph of Dr. Mudgett and four African American physicians 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 Phone,

[Abraham Lincoln miscellany] [graphic].

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

In commemoration of the hundredth anniversary of American independence

[George Washington crossing the Delaware]

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

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.

The military and historical portrait group of the officers of the Third North Carolina U. S. V. Infantry in the war with Spain, commanded by Colonel James H. Young. The first negro regiment ever organized and entirely officered by colored men.

[Scrapbook with linen pages] [graphic].

Panorama of Washington. [graphic] : First in war. First in peace and first in the hearts of his countrymen.

Illustrations of Philadelphia [graphic] / Vincit qui se vincit. Collected by Chas. A. Poulson.

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

On the march to the sea

[Entry of Washington into New York, after the city was evacuated by the British in 1783, Nov. 20th]

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

Martyrdom of John Brown.

Reading the Emancipation Proclamation

Emancipation

Scrapbook

Specimen sheet Union, patriotic and humorous designs upon envelopes

John Brown meeting the slave mother and her child on the steps of Charlestown jail on his way to execution.

Pictorial views of houses & places in Germantown yr 1859. [graphic].

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