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Abyssinian priest and warrior
Teyat (oilman), his shop and customers at Cairo
Portrait of the late George Lloyd, Esquire
Arnaout and Osmanli [...]
Abyssian costume, etc.
Warrior from Amhàra
Negedi horse, Arabia
Kâfileh with camel bearing the Hodejh
Dromedaries halting in the Eastern desert
Habesh or Abyssinian slave
Fellahs, a man and women
Abâdeh, nomads of the Eastern Thebaid desert
Peasant dwellings, Upper Egypt
Janissary and merchant Egypt
Nubian females, Kanoosee tribe
Women of middle Egypt
Young Arab girl returning from the bath
Berberi playing on the kisirka
Egyptian lady in the harem
Bedouins from the vicinity of Suez
Nubian and a fellah
Camels resting in the Shekiyeh
Female of the middle class carrying water from the Nile
Abâbdeh riding dromedaries Egypt
Armenian Lady (At Home)
The Oriental Album by H. J. Van-Lennep
Bandit Chief
Armenian Piper
Druse Girl
Gypsy Fortune-Telling
List of illustrations
Turkish Woman (Unveiled)
Albanian Guard
Turkish Cavass (Police Officer)
A Turkish Effendi
Armenian Bride
Jewish Marriage
Jewish  Merchant
Armenian Marriage Procession
Armenian Ladies (At Home)
Circassian Warrior
Souvenir of Fall River Line. Shivery family papers
The Savannah State College Bulletin: Homecoming Edition, Vol. 8, No. 2
Smith, Anthony, 1906-1912. Shivery family papers
An Ideal Negro Home in Chatham County. Shivery family papers
Certification of Teachers. Shivery family papers
Negro Slavery in Georgia. Shivery family papers
The Savannah State College Bulletin: Special News Issue, Vol. 9, No. 8
Slavery. Shivery family papers
Clover Leaves. Shivery family papers
Negro History. Shivery family papers
The Negro Longshoreman. Shivery family papers
Catechism. Shivery family papers
Educational and professional. Shivery family papers
The Tiger's Roar: An Independent Voice of the Student Body, Volume XXXII
Negro History. Shivery family papers
Clippings on teachers issues. Shivery family papers
Funeral Services for Miss Lula Smith. Shivery family papers
The Negro's Part in the Reconstruction of South Carolina. Shivery family papers
An Evil of Slavery. Shivery family papers
Gospel Service Songs. Shivery family papers
The Ku Klux Klan. Shivery family papers
One of the Evils of Slavery. Shivery family papers
Negro in Labor Movements. Shivery family papers
Why the Negro Should Fight. Shivery family papers
The Difficulty of Rearing a Negro Family in Georgia. Shivery family papers
The College Journal, No. 14. Shivery family papers
Educational and professional. Shivery family papers
George Eliot - The widow and the wife Book 6
George Eliot - The dead hand Book 5
George Eliot - Waiting for death Book 3
George Eliot - Miss Brooke Book 1
George Eliot - Three love problems Book 4
George Eliot - Sunset and sunrise Book 8
George Eliot - Two temptations Book 7
Correspondence, 1876-1913. Shivery family papers
Smith, Lucy, 1876-1910. Shivery family papers
Smith, Josephine Blaze, 1876-1913. Shivery family papers
Smith, Van, 1882. Shivery family papers
Othman Pascha, Generalgouverneur des _Hidjâz [Hejaz](1882-86).
Aun èr-Rafîq [‘Aun al-Rafîq], Grossscherif von Mekka (1882- ).
Smith, Emanuel, 1869-1883. Shivery family papers
In Mekka [Mecca] gebräuchliche Gegenstände [fig. 1-19].
Pilger aus Mandaïling (Sumátra).
Verzeichniss der im Bilderatlas enthaltenen Tafeln.
Pilger aus Baçrah [Ba.srah], Pilger aus Bahrain (in der Mitte ein Schêch aus Kabul), Pilger aus Zanzibar, Pilger aus Baghdad.
Grundriss der Moschee.
Ein mekkanischer Arzt, dessen Sohn, Kinder aus der Familie der Benî Schêbah [Bani Shaybî] (Thorhüter der Ka‘bah) und ein Sèjjid in Mekka.
In Mekka gebräuchliche Gegenstände [fig. 1-12].
Thorhüter der Ka‘ba [Ka‘bah] (aus der Schêbah-Familie [Bani Shaybî], die seit vorislamischer Zeit dies Amt innehat).
Vornehmer indische Kaufmann und türkische Beamte in Mekka [Mecca].
In Mekka gebräuchliche Gegenstände [fig. 1-8].
Zwei vornehme Sèjjids in Mekka, ein Mu’èddin (Aufrufer zum Gottesdienste) und ein Kâtib (Schreiber ) des Grossscherifs.
Pilger aus Ternate.
Pilger aus Korintji (Sumátra); der hinter ihnen sitzende Schêch stammt auch aus Korintji.
Haupt der Schêche für malaiische Pilger, Schêch für malaiische Pilger, Pilger aus Moko-moko und Indrapura (West Sumátra), Pilger aus Edi (Nord-Sumátra).
Schêch der Bootsleute in Djiddah [Jiddah] mit drei Zunftgenossen, Süssigkeitskrämer (Djiddah)[Jiddah], Ausrufer und Mäkler (Djiddah) [Jiddah].
Ein Mekkaner, Kaufleute (Mekka und Djiddah), Ali Rèjjis (aus einem Geschlechte von Obersten der Mu’èddinîn, welches von Abdallah ibn Zubair herstammen soll) und ein Mu’èddin (Aufrufer zum Gottesdienste).
Pilger aus Selajar (vulgo Saleyer).
Bettelnde Pilger aus Jèmèn [Yemen], Pilger aus Marokko [Morocco], Indischer Pilger, Derwische aus Buchara [Bukhoro].
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