Slave trade--Jamaica--Montego Bay; Merchant ships--United States
Manuscript copy of letter from Francis Mairez and David Cooper of Montego Bay, Jamaica, [to Samuel and William Vernon], sent via Captain George Sweet on the Brig Othello, regarding profits from slaves sold on the Vernon's behalf and other trade...
United States--New York (State)--New York--Brooklyn;Music publishing industry;Musical theater--Excerpts--Vocal scores with piano;Songs with piano;Popular music--1911-1920
Blue and orange illustrations of the Hotel Shelburne, Reisenweber's and a woman in the ocean wearing a swimsuit and cap. Stylized text, "from Reisenweber's Summer Revue, 'Splash Me, 1916.' Produced at the Hotel Shelburne."
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.