Four-page letter from Williams Carter Wickham, Presiding Justice of Hanover County Court [Virginia], to Governor of North Carolina Thomas Bragg regarding the incarceration of John J. Thomas, who was arrested for purportedly aiding a slave named...
Park Avenue looking north from 41st Street, 1918. Grand Central Terminal, Commodore hotel, Pershing Square. Commodore Hotel; Built: 1919; Architects: Warren & Wetmore. The 2000 room hotel, now known as the Grand Hyatt New York, provides links to...
Two-page map with color; 2 Section. It includes the wording, Watson's New Map of New York and Adjacent Cities Published by Gaylord Watson 278 Pearl Street, N.Y. 1891. It also includes a scale of miles.
I send at last the copy of The Dawn you ordered. I beg your pardon for the delay. Your favor got mislaid. Rev. J. H. Jones North Abington Mass. will give you more information on that subject if you write him.
Hudson River;New York Central and Hudson River Railroad;Sleepy Hollow cemetery;North Tarrytown;Tarrytown;Andre Brook;Croton Aqueduct;Briggsville;Old Dutch Church;St. Paul's Methodist Church;St. Theresa Roman Catholic Church;Rand Drill Company;
A two-page map with color; includes a listing of Business notices in North Tarrytown.
Antislavery movements--United States; Slavery--Law and Legislation
Manuscript draft of a four-page letter from Lysander Spooner in Boston [Massachusetts] to Gerrit Smith dated January 31, 1859, discussing the rights of slaves and outlining a strategy for aggressive liberation from the South.
A panoramic view of the North Tonawanda harbor ? with a large sailboat to the left, the docks at the center, and a large steamship to the right. Printing information: series name (Niagra Frontier Series.)
Slaves--North Carolina--Orange County; Slavery--North Carolina--Orange County
Bill of sale for "a certain negro man named Harry" from Archibald D. Murphy and George Clancy of Orange County, North Carolina, to Wiliam Kirkland, of the same town. The slave, Harry, was part of the estate of John S. Kirk. Signed by witnesses G....
Park Avenue and East 34th Street. Photo marked "1976". The Met Life Building, at 200 Park Avenue, is visible in the background. Originally: Pan Am Building. Built: 1963. Architects: Emery Roth & Sons, Pietro Belluschi, and Walter Gropius.