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Untitled article ; Commercial Messenger article, Page 65
George Evans ("Kid Jones") and Eddie Leonard ("Bill Simmons") in the minstrel production The Belle of the Barbers' Ball (as published in unsourced article, August 29, 1908).
What 'Back to Africa' Means [title for  Marcus Garvey's letter appearing in the  January 30, 1926 issue of the Negro World]
The abolition of the African slave trade to Brazil
Baseball players - Edward Marshall, Writer of article on baseball and Spalding
"What Annexation Would Accomplish." [article and map on the annexation of the Bronx area by the city of New York]
Gazetteer of New York [65]
Gold and Silver Smiths' Bazaar, Damascus.  A large nearly square court; the blackened roof is supported by arches and massive piers. It is so noisy that sales are often effected by means of signs. The man in the foreground holds up three fingers to show that he will sell a certain article for three pieces of money, the buyer (a veiled woman) offers two.
Untitled article ; Commercial Messenger article, Page 65
The abolition of the African slave trade to Brazil
Baseball players - Edward Marshall, Writer of article on baseball and Spalding
"What Annexation Would Accomplish." [article and map on the annexation of the Bronx area by the city of New York]
The abolition of the African slave trade to Brazil
The abolition of the African slave trade to Brazil
The abolition of the African slave trade to Brazil
The abolition of the African slave trade to Brazil
The abolition of the African slave trade to Brazil
The abolition of the African slave trade to Brazil
The abolition of the African slave trade to Brazil
The abolition of the African slave trade to Brazil
The abolition of the African slave trade to Brazil
The abolition of the African slave trade to Brazil
The abolition of the African slave trade to Brazil
The abolition of the African slave trade to Brazil
The abolition of the African slave trade to Brazil
The abolition of the African slave trade to Brazil
The abolition of the African slave trade to Brazil
The abolition of the African slave trade to Brazil
The abolition of the African slave trade to Brazil
The abolition of the African slave trade to Brazil
The abolition of the African slave trade to Brazil
The abolition of the African slave trade to Brazil
The abolition of the African slave trade to Brazil
The abolition of the African slave trade to Brazil
The abolition of the African slave trade to Brazil
The abolition of the African slave trade to Brazil
The abolition of the African slave trade to Brazil
The abolition of the African slave trade to Brazil
The abolition of the African slave trade to Brazil
Plein dredge in course of construction; Sivertsen gasoline dredge No. 1, 1 1/4-ft. Buckets
The abolition of the African slave trade to Brazil
Ruth Chatterton in Come Out of the Kitchen printed in "A Belle in the Kitchen" article from Cosmopolitan.
Opportunity magazine article, "The Schomburg Library Opened to Students," June 1926.
Authorization to Secretary of State to affix seal to "my proclamation of the additional article for the suppression of the African slave trade between the United States and Great Britain...
James J. Jeffries, Eddie Leonard (seated to his right) and members of Jeffries' Training Camp, Rowardennan, California, June 20, 1910 (as published in unsourced article).
Baseball players - Edward Marshall, Writer of article on baseball and Spalding
Map of the North Atlantic Ocean to accompany Jonathan Williams' article on the use of the thermometer in discovering banks, soundings, etc..
What annexation would accomplish
The abolition of the African slave trade to Brazil
Baseball players - Edward Marshall, Writer of article on baseball and Spalding
What annexation would accomplish
The abolition of the African slave trade to Brazil
The abolition of the African slave trade to Brazil
The abolition of the African slave trade to Brazil
The abolition of the African slave trade to Brazil
The abolition of the African slave trade to Brazil
The abolition of the African slave trade to Brazil
The abolition of the African slave trade to Brazil
The abolition of the African slave trade to Brazil
The abolition of the African slave trade to Brazil
The abolition of the African slave trade to Brazil
The abolition of the African slave trade to Brazil
The abolition of the African slave trade to Brazil
The abolition of the African slave trade to Brazil
The abolition of the African slave trade to Brazil
The abolition of the African slave trade to Brazil
The abolition of the African slave trade to Brazil
The abolition of the African slave trade to Brazil
The abolition of the African slave trade to Brazil
The abolition of the African slave trade to Brazil
The abolition of the African slave trade to Brazil
The abolition of the African slave trade to Brazil
The abolition of the African slave trade to Brazil
The abolition of the African slave trade to Brazil
The abolition of the African slave trade to Brazil
The abolition of the African slave trade to Brazil
The abolition of the African slave trade to Brazil
The abolition of the African slave trade to Brazil