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[Young African American woman]

[Unidentified African American woman]

Julia Anderson

The colored beauty.

Croquet.

Croquet.

[Unidentified African American woman]

[Unidentified African American woman]

[Unidentified young African American woman]

[Unidentified African American woman]

[Unidentified African American woman]

[Stevens-Cogdell/Sanders-Venning unidentified female family member portrait]

"A token of love from me, to thee" [graphic] / S.M. Douglass.

[African American woman playing tambourine] [graphic].

"A token of love from me, to thee"

Forget me not

Fuchsia

[Vase of flowers]

[Floral watercolor]

Lillie Showell

The whitewasher [graphic].

[Unidentified older African American woman on shanty porch]

[Portrait of an unidentifed woman] [graphic]

[Portrait of an unidentifed woman] [graphic]

[Portrait of an unidentifed woman] [graphic]

[Portrait of an unidentifed woman] [graphic]

[Portrait of an unidentifed woman] [graphic]

[Portrait of an unidentifed woman] [graphic]

[Portrait of an unidentifed woman] [graphic]

[Portrait of an unidentifed woman] [graphic]

[Portrait of an unidentifed woman] [graphic]

[Portrait of an unidentifed woman] [graphic]

[Portrait of an unidentifed woman] [graphic] Van Loan & Co's Gallery 118 Chesnut St. Philada.

[Portrait of an unidentifed woman] [graphic]

[Portrait of an unidentifed woman] [graphic]

Anti-slavery Token

I sell the shadow to support the substance. Sojourner Truth. [graphic].

"Long long be thy heart with your memory fill'd..." [graphic] / Margaretta

"I love a flower!" [graphic] / S.M. Douglass.

No marvel woman should love flowers... [graphic] / Selected by S.M. Douglass.

"Forget me not!" [graphic] / M.F.

"Forget me not!"

"I love a flower!"

"Long long be thy heart with your memory fill'd..."

No marvel woman should love flowers...

A mark of friendship's pleasing power...

Sarah Showell

[Unidentified African American woman and boy]

The laundress [graphic].

The desperation of a mother [graphic].

The cook [graphic].

[Hibiscus]

Mrs. Amanda Smith [graphic] / Alfred Pettit, Keswick; Marion, imp. Paris.


Liberty Stove Works

"What do you all want to do wif dat pixture tak'en contraption" [graphic].

Logan Square, Park Boulevard, Philadelphia [graphic].

[Picnic on the Wilson Estate]

Copy photograph of African American nanny

"She lives way down dar"

[Women and girls posed at Glendinning Rock Gardens, Fairmount Park, Philadelphia]

Tallahasse, Florida

Burholme Park outing. "Ice Cream."

Burholme Park outing. "Ice Cream."

[Interior of a medical clinic]

Picking her Thanksgiving turkey

[Unidentified young African American woman]

[Unidentified young African American woman]

[Unidentified young African American woman]

[Unidentified young African American woman]

Board of Education of the City of Camden of the State of New Jersey second class certificate [graphic] / M.H. Traubel, Lith. 409 Chestnut St. Phila.

Cotton field.

Girls passing Mansion House, [Hampton Institute, Va.] [graphic].

"What do you all want to do wif dat pixture tak'en contraption"

[African American woman holding a dog.]

Logan Square, Park Boulevard, Philadelphia

Logan Circle

[Unidentified young African American woman]

[Unidentified young African American woman]

Life in Philadelphia. "Is Miss Dinah at home?" [graphic].

Life in Philadelphia. "Is Miss Dinah at home?" [graphic] / C[lay], fecit.

Life in Philadelphia. "How you like de new fashion shirt...?"

Life in Philadelphia. "Is Miss Dinah at home?"

Life in Philadelphia. "How you like de new fashion shirt...?" [graphic] / Chas. Hunt, Sc.

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

Wheatley, Phillis, 1753-1784.

Eldridge, Elleanor, 1784-1845?

Lee, Jarena, b. 1783.

Alice, d. 1802.

Williams, Sally, b. ca. 1796.

Truth, Sojourner, d. 1883.

Louisa A. White Album

Louisa A. White photograph album [graphic].

High art and elegant clothing. Merchant tailor misfits, 400 South Eighth St., first door bel. Pine. Private house. Please ring the bell.

Beauty on the street--front view.

"I'm a farder"

"De breddren and sisters will now relate dere experience."

I'm a masher

Martyrdom of John Brown.

The girl students, [Hampton Institute, Va.] [graphic].

Girls passing Mansion House, [Hampton Institute, Va.] [graphic].

David Murray, our waiter at Haverford [College] & his wife at door of Gym [graphic].

Berry, Eliza.

London Coffee House

Life in Philadelphia. Sketches of character: At home. Abroad. [graphic] / Drawn on stone by H. Harrison; C. Ingrey, lithog. 310 Strand.

Life in Philadelphia. Sketches of character: At home. Abroad.

Sketches of character. Plate 2. At home. Plate 3. Abroad. [graphic] / Drawn on stone by E. W. Clay; C. G. Childs lithy.

Sketches of character. Plate 2. At home. Plate 3. Abroad. [graphic] / Drawn on stone by E. W. Clay; C. G. Childs lithy.

An unpleasantness in Swampoodle

[African American primary school classroom]

"Watching Grandma smoke"

Cotton field.

[Group portrait of members of the First Association of Spiritualists, Philadelphia]

[Group portrait of members of the First Association of Spiritualists, Philadelphia]

Life in Philadelphia. "Shall I hab de honour to dance de next quadrille...?" [graphic].

Life in Philadelphia. "Shall I hab de honour to dance de next quadrille...?" [graphic] / Chas. Hunt, Sc.

Life in Philadelphia. "Shall I hab de honour to dance de next quadrille...?"

Life in Philadelphia. "Shall I hab de honour to dance de next quadrille...?"

Life in Philadelphia. Dark conversation.

Life in Philadelphia. Dark conversation. [graphic] / Designd & drawn by W. Summers; Hunt sculpt.

Life in Philadelphia. "Have you any flesh coloured silk stockings...?" [graphic] / C.

Life in Philadelphia. "How you find yourself dis hot weader Miss Chloe?" [graphic] / Clay, fecit.

Life in Philadelphia. "How you like de new fashion shirt...?" [graphic] / [Clay], fec.

Life in Philadelphia. "Shall I hab de honour to dance de next quadrille...?" [graphic] / [Clay], fec.

Life in Philadelphia. "Shall I hab de honour to dance de next quadrille...?" [graphic] / [Clay], fec.

Life in Philadelphia. "How you like de Waltz, Mr. Lorenzo..."

Life in Philadelphia. "How you like de Waltz, Mr. Lorenzo?"

Life in Philadelphia. "Is Miss Dinah at home?"

Life in Philadelphia. "How you find yourself dis hot weader Miss Chloe?"

Life in Philadelphia. "How you like de Waltz, Mr. Lorenzo..." [graphic] / Chas. Hunt, Sc.

Life in Philadelphia. "How you like de Waltz, Mr. Lorenzo?" [graphic] / Chas. Hunt, Sc.


Back to back. [graphic] / E.W.C.

[Millie and Christina, the "North Carolina twins"]

African American caricature Franz Aman trade cards

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


Dixon's carburet of iron stove polish.

South east corner of Third, and Market Street. Philadelphia [graphic] / Drawn, Engraved & Published by W. Birch & Son.; Sold by R. Campbell & Co. No. 30 Chesnut St. Philada.

South east corner of Third, and Market Street. Philadelphia [graphic] / Drawn, Engraved & Published by W. Birch & Son.; Sold by R. Campbell & Co. No. 30 Chesnut St. Philada.

A dead cut.

[Chas. McKeone & Son Soap Manufacturing Co. trade cards]

Leadbeater's renouned [sic] stove polish.

Rapid transit in Southern Mississippi. [graphic].

Is yo' sho' lady when I wears dese stockings I won' fin' ma laigs all black.

Life in Philadelphia. The cut direct. or getting up in the world.

Life in Philadelphia. The cut direct. or getting up in the world.

Life in Philadelphia. The cut direct. or how to get up in the world.

Life in Philadelphia. The lub letter.

Life in Philadelphia. The new shoes.

Life in Philadelphia. The cut direct. or getting up in the world. [graphic] / Printed by C. Ingrey, 310 Strand.

Life in Philadelphia. The lub letter. [graphic] / Designd & drawn by W. Summers; Hunt sculpt.

Life in Philadelphia. The new shoes. [graphic] / Designd & drawn by W. Summers; Hunt sculpt.

Tregears black jokes. The Lady Patroness of Alblacks. [graphic] / W. Summers, del.; Hunt, scul.

Tregears black jokes. The Lady Patroness of Alblacks.

Life in Philadelphia. The cut direct. or how to get up in the world. [graphic] / Printed by C. Ingrey, 310 Strand.

Life in Philadelphia. The cut direct. or getting up in the world. [graphic] / Printed by C. Ingrey, 310 Strand.

Life in Philadelphia. "What you tink of my new poke bonnet...?"

Life in Philadelphia. "What you tink of my new poke bonnet...?"

Life in Philadelphia. "How you like de new fashion shirt...?" [graphic] / Chas. Hunt, Sc.

Life in Philadelphia. "What you tink of my new poke bonnet...?" [graphic] / Hunt, Sc.

Life in Philadelphia. "What you tink of my new poke bonnet...?" [graphic] / Hunt, Sc.

Life in Philadelphia. "Have you any flesh coloured silk stockings...?" [graphic] / C.

Life in Philadelphia. "How you like de Waltz, Mr. Lorenzo?" [graphic] / Clay, fecit.

Life in Philadelphia. "How you like de new fashion shirt...?"

Life in Philadelphia. "How you like de new fashion shirt...?"

Life in Philadelphia. "Have you any flesh coloured silk stockings...?" [graphic] / Engd. by Chas. Hunt.

Life in Philadelphia. "Have you any flesh coloured silk stockings...?" [graphic] / C.B.G.

Life in Philadelphia. "How you like de new fashion shirt...?" [graphic] / Chas. Hunt, Sc.

A dead cut. [graphic] / Drawn on stone by E.W. Clay; Pendleton, Kearny & Childs. Lithogy.

A dead cut. [graphic] / Clay.

Life in Philadelphia. "Dat is bery fine, Mr. Mortimer..."

Life in Philadelphia. "Have you any flesh coloured silk stockings...?"

Life in Philadelphia. "Have you any flesh coloured silk stockings...?"

Life in Philadelphia. "Dat is bery fine, Mr. Mortimer..." [graphic] / C. Hunt, Sc.

A dead cut.

Life in Philadelphia. "What you tink of my new poke bonnet...?" [graphic] / Clay.

Concentrated leaven or bread powders.

Tucker, Ruth

C.P.

The election a medley, humbly inscribed, to Squire Lilliput Professor of Scurrillity. [graphic]

The oysterman.

Smith Brothers chemically pure Borax.

Facsimile of the signatures to the Declaration of Independence

[Chas. McKeone & Son Soap Manufacturing Co. trade cards]

North Carolina cotton plantation

Cornwallis is taken!

Aunt Phebe, Mcaboy's, N.C. [graphic].

Aunt Phebe at Mcaboy's, Polk Co. North Carolina [graphic].

Band leading students to dinner, [Hampton Institute, Va.] [graphic].

Views of the Wilson family on their estate.

[Portrait of Millie and Christine McCoy] [graphic] / Ollivier, [Photo]. New York.

[Sarah Sanders Venning diaries transcriptions].


Congress Hall and New Theatre, in Chestnut Street Philadelphia [graphic] / Drawn Engraved & Published by W. Birch & Son Neshaminy Bridge.

Palm Sunday or Easter Sunday, the boardwalk, Atlantic City, N.J.

[Vegetable cultivation at demonstration center at Little Wakefield, Germantown]

[African American nanny with two white charges in Atlantic City]

Millie Christine

Life in Philadelphia. "Dat is bery fine, Mr. Mortimer..." [graphic] / Clay, fecit.

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