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Whack it off short Sam.

Two little nigs

"Doing business on a small scale"

[Unidentified African American boy in sailor suit]

The trombone soloist. [graphic] / William H. Rau, photographer, Philad'a., Pa.

Midsummer dinner [graphic] / F. A. Nowell, No. 263 King Street, Charleston, S.C.; E. Perry, print.

[Unidentified African American woman and boy]

Pony riding, Camp Emlen, Norwood, Montg. Co., Pa. Conducted by Wissahickon Boys Club, Germantown, Phila.

[African American boy playing soldier] [graphic] / Th. Nast.

[Unidentified African American boy in sailor suit]

And he owes not any man.

William Zennels. [graphic] / Fowler 238 N. Eighth St. Phila., PA.

Bits of color. [graphic] / R.S. Redfield.

[Boys' music class]

Masonic Temple, Philadelphia.

[Unidentified African American baby boy]

[Presbyterian Hospital, administration building, Philadelphia]

[African American youth playing banjo.]

[Group portrait with George and Catherine Rupp Doering in the country]

[Group portrait with George and Catherine Rupp Doering in the country]

[African American woman playing tambourine] [graphic].

Lift your hands in the sanctuary, and bless the Lord. Psa cxxxiv.2 [graphic].

"Come, birdie, come, oh! Come with me." [graphic].

Happy birthday [graphic].

He'p yo'se'f to grapefruit from sunny Florida [graphic].

[African American boy and white girl on a candy stick seesaw] [graphic].

Uncle Ned's school [graphic].

"How do debble does dey make a bicycle?" = Como diablos se hacen los bicírculos? [graphic].

If you want to be stylishly shod and comfortably fitted, bring your feet to Lee Reinberg, shoe man, 7 and 11 S. George St., York, PA. [graphic].

Sugar Cane plantation

[African American serving boy]

[Portrait of an African American family]

[Convalescing children]

2nd and Brown St. A stevedore, a family. [graphic].

Albert & Bayley fine shoes, 449 Broad Street Newark, N.J. [graphic].

Try Atmore's mince meat and genuine English plum pudding [graphic].

See that hump? Something inside for you [graphic].

Meikleham's, Opera house block, Cohoes, N.Y. [graphic].

Nath'l Fisher & Co. school shoe. New York. [graphic].

Mrs. O'Toole- Give it to im Mickey, t'was for de loikes of sich as him, yer fayther got kilt in the war [graphic].

[African American boy shoe shine being kicked by a white boy clown] [graphic].

"Dem brats done gone and stole dat melon." [graphic].

[African American boy butler carrying a bouquet of flowers] [graphic].

Ask your grocer or druggist for Law's Bluing. Each package makes one quart of bluing strong enough for ink, and will blue, bleach, or color very nicely for rag carpets. [graphic].

[African American boy in tree reaching for eggs in a bird’s nest] [graphic].

Merrick Thread Co., "Fooled dis time, cully. Dis cotton ain't gwine to break." [graphic].

Atmore's mince meat and genuine English plum pudding.

Cotton plantation scene.

On a Virginia turnpike