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ASSU Illustration 6081

[Unidentified family portrait including three women of various ages, a young girl and a baby.]

ASSU Illustration 6320

Privat [sic] residence near Philadelphia.

Grandfather's visit. [graphic].

Wissahickon polka. /

First of April.

[Portrait of an African American family]

[African American family in front of their Pennsylvania residence]

[Parting scene; Old Kentucky Home] [graphic] / Kilburn & Cross ; Copeland '87.

[Family posed in front of clapboard house] [graphic]

ASSU Illustration 3363

A pleasant evening at home.

When a man's married his trouble begins.

"Be patient, dear; don't swear."

African mother on a rock [graphic].

[Family ties broken up] [graphic].

The cruelties of slavery [graphic].

The industrious man

A bran new coon in town

Vacuum Harness Oil, renders everything soft and pliable. For sale here.

[The Goodwin Gas Stove & Meter Co.'s Sun Dial gas stove trade cards]

Prospect from Ridgeland, Fairmount Park, Phila. [graphic] / A.K.

Mother and great-grand-aunt of the two daughters [graphic].

Bread St. bel. Arch St. [graphic].

Future rulers of Florida U.S.A. [graphic].

"Look upon this picture and on this." Shakespeare.

"Old Joseph, the Patriarch" [graphic] / F. Hedge. sc.

[Consequences of emancipation] [graphic].

[Mother taken away] [graphic].

[Thomas Cooper] [graphic].

Bread St. bel. Arch St.

The poor mother [graphic].

[Thomas Cooper] [graphic] / G.L. Brown sc.

[Migrating emancipated slaves]

[Willcox & Gibbs Sewing Machine Company trade cards]

Old '76 and young' 48.

Bread St. bel. Arch St. A Jewish family and a delegation of the darktown brigade. [graphic].

Album [graphic].

On the march to the sea

[The Seaman's Home, northwest corner of 2nd and Queen Streets, Philadelphia] [graphic].

[D.S. Ewing trade cards]