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.
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].
Inventories of decedents' estates--Kentucky--Lincoln County; Slaves--Kentucky--Lincoln County; Slavery--Kentucky--Lincoln County
Four-page inventory of the estate of Ephraim Jackson, including furniture, tools, livestock, and the slave Stephen, Charles, Lewis, Terry, Tryon, Richard, Mariah, Milley, Kitty, Martha, and Lutitia, in Lincoln County, Kentucky.
One-page letter and envelope from C. B. [Charles Baldwin] Sedgwick in Washington [D.C.] to Lysander Spooner in Boston, Massachusetts, dated April 1, 1860, notifying of a meeting with Col. [Charles Dana] Miller at which he expects to meet Spooner.
One-page letter and envelope from C. B. [Charles Baldwin] Sedgwick in Washington [D.C.] to Lysander Spooner dated March 25, 1860, asking for a meeting in New York with Spooner and Col. [Charles] Miller.
Two-page letter from the Antislavery Office, Philadelphia, giving notification for an Antislavery convention to be held in Harrisburg [Pennsylvania] on December 19, 1837, with the intent of organizing a State Antislavery Society. Signed by...
Four-page letter from Gerrit Smith of Peterboro [New York] to Theodore D. Weld in Saratoga Springs [New York] in response to inquiry regarding antislavery lecturers and the disbursement of his property. Smith suggests two ministers by the name of...
Two-page letter [possibly a manuscript draft] dated March 23, 1860, from Lysander Spooner in Boston [Massachusetts] to Hon. Charles B. Sedgwick, indicating that he would like to give an interview or paper on his opionions reagarding a law suit...
Two-page letter from Lysander Spooner in Worcester, Massachusetts to Albert Gallatin dated March 26, 1836, in which he seeks employment. This letter is part of the Albert Gallatin papers in the New-York Historical Society.
One-page letter from Robt. [Robert] B. Minturn of New York to Lysander Spooner dated January 16, 1867, asking Spooner to forward a copy of "each of your finished works," enclosing extra funds for him to put towards the printing of his writings.