A print of midtown Manhattan featuring stylish shoppers. The Reed & Barton Building, Empire State Building and Astor Building are visible. The back of the print contains two news clippings which read: "The Colors Go Up Along New York's 'Avenue of...
A sepia postcard showing a cargo ship and tug boat in a harbor with several warehouses to the left and right, including a Kellogg building to the ships' right. A drawbridge is lifted in the background, presumably to let the cargo ship pass...
African American children--New York (State)--Richmond County; Registers of births, etc.--New York (State)--Richmond County; Slaves--New York (State)--Richmond County; Slavery--New York (State)--Richmond County; Slaves--Emancipation--New York...
Birth records and deeds of manumission for African American children in the town of Castleton, Staten Island, N.Y. between 1799 and 1827.
Birth certificates--New York (State)--New York; Slavery--New York (State)--New York
Birth certificate of Ida, born November 9, 1809, Jack, born October 1, 1811, David, born August 15, 1815, and Amelia, born April 15, 1817, all children of slave named Sarah belonging to New York City ladies shoe maker Reuben Bunn.
Birth certificates--New York (State); Slavery--New York (State)
Birth certificate of Jack, born January 24, 1799, belonging to Fredk. Fisher [probably Colonel Frederick Visscher] of Montgomery County, New York. Includes note dated June 30, 1802 stating that, 'Cates child was born named Tom.'
Black-bordered photograph of canal section and lock parallel to river in small industrial area, leafless trees. Written message in blank space at bottom of card (Mary look for a letter Thursday [indiscernible] Hope you are better Jack).
Inventories of decedents' estates--Kentucky--Jefferson County; Slaves--Kentucky--Jefferson County; Slavery--Kentucky--Jefferson County
Eight-page inventory of the estate of David Brown, including furniture, livestock, and the slaves Sarah, James, Jack, Willis, Charles, Hester, Charlotte, Matilda, Emily, Maria, and Jim, in Jefferson County, Kentucky.