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

Intérieur de salle à manger à Ste. Marthe [graphic].

A Surinam planter in his morning dress [graphic] / Blake sculpt.

[Outdoor group] [graphic].

Must have their baskets full [graphic] / Franklin del ; Marley (?) sc.

A plantation "corn-shucking" -- social meeting of slaves [graphic] / H. Helmick.

A Negro funeral [graphic].

A Spanish planter of Porto Rico [graphic] / Stennett, R. del. ; Neele & Son, 325 Strand, sc.

The holiday dance [graphic] / Stephens.

Turning the tables on the overseer [graphic].

Scenes on a cotton plantation [graphic].

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

Turning the tables on the overseer

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

From the plantation to the senate

Here is a picture of some slaves at work. [graphic] : Reward of merit. This may certify that [Mr. George Snow] by diligence and attention to study, merits the approbation of [his] friends and teacher.

The happy negro. [graphic] / J.F.

West India fashionables. [graphic] : On a visit in style. Taking a ride. / J.F.

A West India sportsman. [graphic] : Make haste with the sangaree Quashie and tell Quaco to drive the birds up to me - I'm ready. / J.F.

Slavery as it exists in America : Slavery as it exists in England. [graphic]

[Thomas Richardson and American Bank Note Company scrapbook]