Three-page letter from Gerrit Smith of Peterboro [New York] to Theodore D. Weld in Manlius [New York] regarding the recent visit of David Cambell and the expected visit of Weld, Angelina Grimke and Sarah Grimke, among others.
Two-page letter sent from New York City by Gerrit Smith to Angelina and Sarah Grimke of Philadelphia to give his regrets for not being able to visit or attend the wedding of Angelina Grimke and Theodore Dwight Weld, due to his poor health.
Two-page letter from Gerrit Smith of Peterboro [New York] to Theodore D. Weld of New York City regarding Bundet [?] Washington, 'a colored brother from the City of Washington,' who hopes for acquaintance with Weld. Includes notes on Smith's health.
Four-page letter from Theodore D. Weld to his sister [probably Sarah Grimke] regarding the advisory contents of his previous letter, also dated September 6, 1837. Addressed to both Sarah and Angelina Grimke in Boston [Massachussets].
Bills of sale; Slaves--Emancipation--Kentucky--Harrison County; Slaves--Kentucky--Harrison County; Slavery--Kentucky--Harrison County
Two-page bill of sale between William Rayman and Richard Harcourt regarding one slave named Nelly, who was to be emancipated on the date of her 30th birthday (March 4th, 1826), in Harrison County, Kentucky.
Birth certificates--New York (State)--New York; Slavery--New York (State)--New York
Birth certificate of James, born June 19, 1802, to 'Marianne, the wife of York' belonging to New York City surgeon William Hurst. Document cosigned by attorney Timothy Hurst. James was baptised August 1, 1802, by the Right Reverend Bishop Moore.
View of the town of Fish Kill, N.Y. from the harbor. In the center are two ferry terminals: the terminal to the right of center contains a ferry; the terminal to the left of center is empty. Above the terminals and harbor is the town of Fish Kill,...
Line of battleships along the Hudson River. Seven battleships are visible from left to right. Assorted other ships and boats are visible both in the water and along the shoreline. Boat house and covered pier are visible on the right side along...
Bridges;Railroad bridges;Embankments;Grasses;Hills;Masonry;Reflections;Rural;Shrubs;Trees;Trestles;Black & white postcards;Railroads;Railroad tracks;Trolleys;Close-up views;Canals;
Trolley bridge built over canal and river at Lyons, N.Y. with trees, grasses and shrubs. A trolley can be seen crossing the bridge. Rural location with distinct bridge reflections on canal. Blank space around edges of card.
Busy harbor scene. Dozens of varied types of vessels moored at crowded piers. Sailboat mast and tugboat in foreground; Written message in blank space at left and top [written sideways] (August 22, 1904. I arrived home safe. It has been very hot...