Judaism -- Liturgy -- Texts.
Prayers for the dead.
Registers of births, etc. -- Poland -- Wroc³aw.
Jews -- Poland -- Wroc³aw -- History.
Jewish orphans -- Poland -- Wroc³aw. ...
Yizkor and prayer book. Contains lists of deceased, synagogue prayer services, and memorial prayers. The scribe, Binyamin Zeʼev ben Elyaḳim Getsel Kats of Kempen, recorded the book's completion in 1765 in Breslau. The German colophon gives his...
105-111 East 35th Street. Damaged photograph has a hole on the lower left side. 105 E. 35th St. much altered, with an added mansard roof, first-story rustication, and the installation of statuary on the facade.
Advertising--New York (State)--New York--Photographs;Billboards--New York (State)--New York--Photographs;Signs and signboards--New York (State)--New York--Photographs;Streets--New York (State)--New York--Photographs;New York (N.Y.)--Buildings,...
Slavery--Maryland--Prince George's County; Slaves--Maryland--Prince George's County
Three-page draft of advertisement for the reward for the return of two runaway slaves named Tom and Frisby, an uncle and nephew, in Nottingham District, Prince George's County, Maryland. Signed Robert B[?].
Bill from Bowler Cocke, Jr., to Robert Cary of London, for remittance of payment to Richard Adams [of Virginia]. On back, directions from Richard Adams to pay directly to Samuel and William Vernon & Co.
Slaves--Tennessee--Wilson County; Slavery--Tennessee--Wilson County
Bill of sale for "one negro woman named Harrietand also one negro boy named George Washington" from the executors of the estates of the Rev. Samuel Donnell, deceased, to Edward McMillan [probably both of Wilson County, Tennessee].
Antislavery movements--United States; Slavery--United States
Draft of an eight-page letter dated January 20, 1847, from [Lysander Spooner in Winchendon, Massachusetts] to George Bradburn discussing general news of the abolitionist movement and the progress of his writing of a work called "Poverty" and...
Antislavery movements--United States; Slavery--Law and Legislation
One-page printed form letter dated February 27, 1856, announcing a "Mass-Convention at Syracuse, N.Y." on Wednesdsay, May 28, 1856, and asking for nominations for President and Vice President of the United States "not merely Anti-Slavery...