Birth certificates--New York (State)--New York; Slavery--New York (State)--New York
Birth certificate of Luce, born October 15, 1807, to a 'Negro Woman named Deborah' belonging to New York City cabinet maker Fenwick Lyell. Includes note that Deborah formerly belonged to Lyell's brother.
Cats;Stores, Retail;Printing;Stationery;Booksellers and bookselling;Books;
Illustration of kittens or cats in grass. One is reaching out to a fly. They appear to come out of an envelope. Text,"Account books, pens and ink. Writing paper, envelopes, school articles,&c. Formerly at 541 [Fulton Street]"
Landmark arcade designed by McKim, Mead and White to house the bronze busts of prominent Americans from a variety of fields. The site was formerly the Bronx campus of New York University. Today it is the home of Bronx Community College, CUNY.