Account current for Samuel and William Vernon [of Newport, Rhode Island] by John Thornton & Co. for expenses and profits related to the clothing and feeding of slaves to be sold in Fredericksburg, Virginia, from the cargo of the Brig Othello.
Inventories of decedents' estates--Kentucky--Lincoln County; Slaves--Kentucky--Lincoln County; Slavery--Kentucky--Lincoln County
Four-page inventory of the Estate of Alexander Blain, including livestock, furniture, clothing, tools, and slaves named Abraham, Simon, Stephen, Violet, Mariah, Filia, Tiller, and Murx in Lincoln County, Kentucky.
Two-page letter from James Foster of Louisa [Virginia] to Colonel John Ambler of Richmond, Virginia, regarding the management of his plantation. Includes questions on clothing slaves and the treatment of Gilbert, a runaway from 'the mountains.'
One leaf with manuscript on both sides. On front, letter to Mr. John Anderson of Bristol regarding international slave trade, market prices of 'young & likely' negros, and clothing for slaves being shipped. Includes mention of Brig Alert and Ship...
Illustration of an interior of a restaurant in which man in rough clothing is eating a turkey leg and telling a waiter who brings a tray of food,"Lay on Macduff. A sign in the background reads Macduffs Free Lunch Every Day.
Goats;Stores, Retail;Animals;Clothing and dress;Dry-goods;Household linens;
Illustration of two young goats butting heads while adult goat watches in background. Verso side: text, "Porter & Thorburn, dry goods, mourning goods, hosiery, black silks, linens, laces, embroideries, gloves."
Men;Stores, Retail;Fishing;Dogs;Clothing and dress;Boys' clothing;
Illustration of man by river with fishing rod being attacked by dog. Dog is biting man's pants. A sign on the tree states no trespassing allowed and a policeman is in the background running towards the scene. A fish is on the fishing rod line....
Girls;Stores, Retail;Painting;Art;Dancers;Clothing and dress;
Shape of card and illustration of artist's palette with blobs of paint. On palette is illustration of girl in ballerina costume taking a bow possibly on a stage. There are flowers on the ground next to her. Verso side: text,"We are Brooklyn's...
Clothing and dress;Stores, Retail;Coats of arms;Hats;Millinery;Hat trade;
Illustration of small coat of arms in upper left corner. Text,"Cumberland 6-8110" and name and address of company and name of manager. Verso side: Annotation in ink of payment received for one hat and signature of Jack Blume.
Two well-dressed women and a little girl crossing 33rd Street below the Waldorf-Astoria. There is a horse drawn carriage and several men also in the street, one possibly a flower vendor. Fifth Avenue and 33rd Street.