United States--New York (State)--New York--Brooklyn;Music publishing industry;Songs, Yiddish;Musical theater--Excerpts--Vocal scores with piano;Songs with piano
Cover features blue-toned portrait photographs of Isidor Lilien (in tuxedo) and Peretz Sandler (in suit). Titles printed in Latin and Hebrew alphabets. Text, "Liberty Theatre Success." The title refers to Israel as the new home.
Das Tor, Studentenshrift Der Deutschen Verbindung, dated June 1939, Issue 1, No. 1. Price: 10 cents. Created by the German Literary Club at Queens College; front cover includes illustration of town looking through castle archway.
Slaves--New York (State)--Long Island; Slavery--New York (State)--Long Island
Bill of sale of a "negro wench Betty" from Cornelius Van der Veer, Junior, of Flatbush, Long Island, New York, to William Tongue. On back, additional notes in two different hands, both dated January 21, 1777, regarding the sale of the same slave,...
United States--New York (State)--New York--Brooklyn;Music publishing industry;Songs with piano;Songs, Yiddish;Musical theater--Excerpts--Vocal scores with piano
Sepia photograph of Jacob P. Adler with the words, "As he is to-day." Text, "As sung with great success by the greatest living Jewish Tragedian. In his foremost production 'The War Victims' at the Liberty Theatre." Title in Latin and Hebrew...
Park Avenue and 34th Street. Photograph by Van der Weyde. The Hotel Vanderbilt and on the right the entrance to the old Park Avenue tunnel. The image shows automobile, street-railroads and pedestrian traffic.
Fugitive slaves--Martinique; Fugitive slaves--Rhode Island
One-page petition submitted by Remy Thiboult regarding the discovery of a runaway slave belonging to Samuel Johnson of Rhode Island, on the Schooner Corsaire docked in the harbor of St. Pierre, Martinique.
Disasters;Fire;Barrels;Coats of arms;Flags;Hills;Logs;Reflections;Ropes;Ship equipment & rigging;Smoke;Smokestacks;Wreaths;People;Passengers;Black & white postcards;Rowboats;Ships;Steamboats;Panoramic views;Harbors;
The maritime scene at the Hoboken pier fire of 1900. In this disaster, notorious in its day, the piers of the North German Lloyd [Norddeutscher Lloyd] line in Hoboken caught fire, with the flames quickly passing to four vessels of the line; the...