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[Young African American man, possibly slave Jerry Stevens, at Raceland Plantation, Dinwiddie, Virginia]

[Plan and sections of a slave ship]

Freedman's National Monument [graphic] / Photographed by Heywood.

[Early model for Freedmen's Memorial by Thomas Ball] [graphic] / L. Powers, photographe, Florence.

Mount Vernon, the seat of the late Genl. Washington [graphic] / Drawn by W. Birch; Engraved by S. Seymour; Philadelphia, Published March 15, 1812.



New transfer picture-album offering a collection of fine transfer pictures and the direction how to fix them [graphic].


Proclamation of Emancipation, Abraham Lincoln [graphic] / Designed and written by W.H. Pratt.

[Arabic fragment, a West African gris-gris]



Album [graphic].

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

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

To the friends of negro emancipation, this print is inscribed

First meeting of Uncle Tom and Eva.

Uncle Tom and Little Eva.

The Declaration of Independence illustrated. [graphic] / Fabronius; Designed by R. Thayer; L. Prang & Co. Lith, Boston.

Rosa, an emancipated slave from New Orleans.

[The scourged back]

The London Coffee House

London Coffee House

[Proof vignette of Southern planter and scenes from the South]

Cliveden 1911 [graphic].

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.

Fannie Lawrence

The (Fort) Monroe doctrine. [graphic]

John Bull makes a discovery. [graphic]

The chivalry at the English court. [graphic]

Diorama - Washington at Yorktown

Centennial commemoration at Philadelphia [ticket]


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

Negroes and religion. Disciplina et regula ordiuis flagellantium [Discipline of the order of flagellants] [graphic]: The Episcopal Church at the South. To the General Convention of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America.

West India luxury!! [graphic] / J.F.

Our protection. Rosa, Charley, Rebecca. Slave children from New Orleans

Scenes from Uncle Tom's Cabin. No. 1

Turning the tables on the overseer

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

The triumph. [graphic]

Washington crossing the Delaware. Evening previous to the Battle of Trenton Decr. 25th 1776

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

Journey of a slave from plantation to the battlefield. [graphic].

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

All slaves were made freemen. By Abraham Lincoln, president of the United States, January 1st, 1863. Come, then, able-bodied colored men, to the nearest United States camp, and fight for the stars and stripes. [graphic].

Slaves concealing their master from a search party

View of the Capitol of the United States after the conflagration in 1814

These children