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Thomas Jefferson account book, 1791-1803

Celebration of The Abolition of Slavery in the District of Columbia by the Colored People, in Washington, April 19, 1866

Portrait of three Chinese students at Howard University: Leon Assing, Fong Affoo, and Choy Awah

A depositor's account in the Freedman's Bank; [Facsimile of original in the Treasury Department, Washington, D.C.]

Plan de la ville de Washington en Amèrique

Convention Hall; Corner 5th and L Street, N. W.; The place of meeting of the Congress of 1906.

Prayer meeting in a contraband camp, Washington, 1862.

Miss Susan B. Cook, Superintendent and founder; [Children's Temporary Home; 2115 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W., Washington, D.C.]

Studio portrait of John C. Napier

Teachers and pupils of the Hart Farm School; [The Hart Farm School and Junior Republic for the mental. Moral, industrial, agricultural and civic training of dependent Colored boys.]

The late Rev. Alexander Crummell, D.D., LL.D.

Fletcher, Elizabeth [Affadavit certifying that Elizabeth Fletcher is a free woman. Top reads "District of Columbia, Washington County..."]

Reward for Frank Mullen, Washington, D.C., October 21, 1835

The "Home," 374 N. Capitol St., Washington [D.C.]

Mr. J. William Mays; Treasurer, National Sociological Society; Member, Ways and Means Committee, National Sociological Society.

Student social workers in a Washington Alley.

J. A. Simms; Efficient Secretary of Metropolitan Church.

Your friend, Jno. H. Smith.

The National Cemetery, rear of Soldiers' Home, Washington, D.C. : Under the supervision of Capt. James M. Moore, A.Q.M., U.S.A.

Latest addition to War Housing Program.

Lottie Grimke.

Songs of Praise; Vested Choir attending devotional services, Howard University, Washington, D.C.

BREAKFAST & DINNER MENU [held by] TREMONT HOUSE [at] WASHINGTON, D.C. (HOTEL)

Negro women help beautify nation's capital

Robert Douglass, dyeing and cleaning business, Washington, D.C.

John Smith, Minister to Liberia.

Washington, D.C., public schools go to war

DINNER MENU [held by] WILLARDS HOTEL [at] "WASHINGTON, D.C." (HOTEL)

Government hotel for Negro women war workers; A group of young war worker-residents are shown enjoying a game of cards in the fully equipped game room of the Lucy D. Slowe Residence Hall, first government constructed hotels for Negro women war workers in Washington, D.C., between Fall 1942 and April 1943

St. Luke's Choir, Washington, D.C.

[Studio portrait of unidentified man with long sideburns and wavy hair.]

Dr. Crumwell.

Belles of the ball; Basket ball team, Normal School No. 2, Washington, D.C.

The Howard Theatre, Washington, D.C.; This magnificent theatre is owned and operated by colored citizens; The beautiful and artistic effect of the interior is an inspiration.

Talented dramatic performers; The performance of the noted Shakespearian comedy "A Midsummer Night's Dream"; Evidence of the dramatic art now being developed by the best talent of the race.

Educational progress; Commencement Day Exercises, 1912, Howard University, Washington, D.C.

Dr Emmett J. Scott; Secretary to Dr. Booker T. Washington for 18 years; Secretary Howard University, Washington, D.C.

[Oval quarter-length portrait of unidentified young woman, her bodice center trimmed with lace.]

DINNER [held by] HUBEL'S RESTAURANT AND HOTEL [at] 301-309 WASHINGTON STREET BROOKLYN NY (HOTEL)

Recreation and amusement among Negroes in Washington, D.C. : a sociological analysis of the Negro in an urban environment; By William H. Jones, Professor of Sociology in Howard University. [Title page]

Library of Congress.

Central Stair Hall, Library of Congress, Washington, D. C.

North Staircase, Central Stair Hall, Library of Congress.

Central Stair Hall, 2nd Floor, Library of Congress.

North Corridor, Main Floor, Library of Congress.

South Hall of Entrance Pavilion , Library of Congress, Washington, D. C.

View on Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington, D.C.[Soldiers, civilians and children stand in front of a large brick corner building.]

Old Capitol Prison, Washington, D.C.

Soldiers] Home, New York Avenue [Washington, D.C.] [Man stands at left opposite porch, church steeple visible in rear].

Soldiers] Home, New York Avenue [Washington, D.C.] [Group of civilians and invalid soldiers on porch and wooden walkway of lodgings].

F St.

Home : Capitol Hill.

Head Quarters F St.

Store house, F Street.

Soldiers] Home, New York Avenue [Washington, D.C.] [View of Home from street; soldiers stand at attention near horse and wagon].

Hospital, Washington

Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, D. C.

Ford's Old Theatre, where Lincoln was assassinated, Washington, D. C.

House in which Lincoln died, Washington, D. C.

Reading Room in Rotunda, Library of Congress, Washington, D. C.

Endymion, Mural, Library of Congress, Washington, D. C.

Lyric Poetry, Mural, Library of Congress, Washington, D. C.

Melpomene, Mural, Library of Congress, Washington, D. C.

Plan of the city of Washington in the territory of Columbia

Plan of the city of Washington in the territory of Columbia....

Washington.

George Town and Federal City, or City of Washington.

Washington. A representation of the capture of the city of Washington....

Le coin de F. Street Washington vis-à-vis nôtre maison été de 1817.

Capitol of the U.S. at Washington.

Washington City.

Capitol Washington, D.C. 1826.

President's House. S.W. view.

May festival ball of the children under the direction of Carusi, May 23, in the concert hall of Willard's Hotel, given in honor of the Japanese ambassadors

Washington City. Alexandria Bridge. Mountains in Maryland.

View of Congress Library ... Capitol. Washington.

Old Senate Chamber in the United States Capitol, Washington, D.C.

City of Washington from beyond the Navy Yard.

United States of Nth. America

Message from the mayor and resolutions of the common council with picture the Capitol.

Map of Virginia and Maryland, constructed from the latest authorities.

Map of Virginia and Maryland, constructed from the latest authorities

Map of Virginia and Maryland, constructed from the latest authorities

Map of Virginia and Maryland, constructed from the latest authorities.

Map of the country between Washington & Pittsburg refering to the contemplated Chesapeake & Ohio Canal and its general route and profile, October 1826

View of the city of Washington. The metropolis of the United States of America. Taken from Arlington House, the residence of George Washington.

The Citizens' Golf Club.

Presidential inauguration of Wm. H. Harrison, in Washington City, D.C. on the 4th. of March 1841.

Pennsylvania Ave. Washington, D. C.

The New Willard, Washington, D. C.

The Capitol, Washington D. C.

Washington Monument, Washington D. C.

View of Washington City and Georgetown.

Jesse Lawson, A. M. LL.B.; President, National Sociological Society; Member of the Permanent Commission on the American Race Problem, Sociological Society.

State, War and Navy Building, Washinngton, D. C.

Washington D.C. with projected improvements.

View of Washington.

North front of the president's house.

Proposed plan for paving Pennsylvania Avenue Washington City D.C.

The President's house in Washington; (lately taken & destroyed by the British Army)

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