Aerial view of the aqueduct, Schenectady, New York. This sepia postcard of [presumably the Erie canal] alongside an unidentified river, is surounded by a stylized border. The initials A.V. S. [bottom right].
Side view of the Bronx Terminal Market showing various local produce vendor signs. The buildings parallel the tracks of the Erie Railroad and Hudson Division of the New York Central Railroad. The Macombs Dam Bridge is also shown.
Slave trade--South Carolina--Charleston; Merchant ships--United States
Invoice of Gardner & Dean, of Charleston [South Carolina], for expenses relating to the sale and shipment of slaves, submitted to Phillips & Gardner. Includes mention of the Sloops Hiram and Juliet, and a vendor named J. M. Lavaille.
Slavery--New York (State); Slaves--New York (State); Accounts current--New York (State)
Two-page list of accounts, listing service, payment, and vendor. Includes mention of "William Philip, Junior, his negro boy Tom bought of [off] him for 65. Lacks author [possibly from New York State]. Date taken from pencil notation that appears in...
Corner of Third Avenue and 34th Street. Image taken from a book of a three-story, corner structure which appears to have retail and residential uses. A smaller store front next-door indicates the merchant sells coal. There is a vendor stand on the...
Two well-dressed women and a little girl crossing 33rd Street below the Waldorf-Astoria. There is a horse drawn carriage and several men also in the street, one possibly a flower vendor. Fifth Avenue and 33rd Street.