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Do They Miss Me at Home

A brown study

[Unidentified African American girl dressed for Easter]

A study in chocolate

[Portrait of an unidentifed girl] [graphic]

[Unidentified African American girl]

[Young African American nursemaid with her young white charge]

Bartram gardens, Phila[delphia] [graphic].

[African American girl laughing with an infant on her lap] [graphic].

Foh yo' birfday! De sweetest little flowers, dat eber ah saw grew, am climbing up de birfday fence, a-blossomin' foh you! [graphic].

[African American girl frightened by a spider] [graphic].

Mertens & Phalen, best made clothing. Troy, N.Y. [graphic].

Do they miss me at home? [graphic].

Jalapa coffee. [graphic].

Uncle Ned's school [graphic].

We uses pears soap fo' de complexun

Salvation Army Home, 5415 Lansdowne Avenue, Phila. [graphic] / William H. Rau, Phila.

[Children posed on lawn chairs]

[58 Good Street, Philadelphia] [graphic].

The best, ask for it again: Star Braid. [graphic].

I tell you, sure de best place to buy pianos, organs, or any kind o' musical merchandise is at Link & Bond's, 20 East Market Street, York, PA. An' dat's a certain fact. [graphic].

The best, ask for it again: Star Braid. [graphic].

Fannie Lawrence

Colored schools broken up, in the free states [graphic].



[Girls High School class of 1900]

Philadelphia Health Council. Camp Happy tents.

Picking cotton

[Portrait of an African American family]

923 Olive St. (house torn down) [graphic].

United we stand. Divided we fall [graphic].

Boy's department. Commonwealth Clothing House, 680 & 684 Washington St., (cor. Beach) Geo. W. Warren, Manager [graphic].

Five Brothers plug tobacco "the best" [graphic].

Cotton is king. Plantation scene, Georgia, U.S.A. [graphic].

Fannie Lawrence

Fannie Virginia Casseopia Lawrence [graphic] : A redeemed slave child, 5 years of age. Redeemed in Virginia, by Catherine S. Lawrence; baptized in Brooklyn, at Plymouth Church, by Henry Ward Beecher, May, 1863.

Old Lutheran Church, in Fifth Philadelphia [graphic] / Drawn, Engraved & Published by W. Birch & Son; Sold by R. Campbell & Co. No. 30 Chesnut [sic] St. Philada.

Whittier School children, [Hampton Institute, Va.] [graphic].

Graduating class of June 19[24]. The McMichael School - Phila. PA.

Dis Union. Union. John E. Kaughran & Co., 763 Broadway, Bet. 8th and 9th Streets [graphic].

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

United we stand. Divided we fall [graphic].

Golden Cottolene, N.K. Fairbanks & Co. Chicago. [graphic].

Happy Lil' Sal as the queen of the May. [graphic] / R.F. Outcault.

Cottolene [graphic].

Sanford's ginger [graphic].

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

Sanford's ginger [graphic].

Kendall M'f'g. Co. Providence. R.I. French laundry soap [graphic].