Erie Canal; New York (State); Coenties Slip (N.Y.); East River (N.Y.); Canal-boats; Commerce; Inland trade; Schooners; Illustration.
Newspaper engravings found on page 1012 of Harper's Weekly dated November 15, 1873. Found on this page are two illustrations, the upper one depicting a scene on the flour docks on Coenties Slip, New York. The bottom illustration shows grain being...
Illustration of boy ice skating. A dog runs behind him and a house is in the background. Verso side: text,.Sole Agents for Commins Allens "Akron, Ohio" pastry and family flour. Has no competition because it has no equal."
May 26th, 1917.
West New Brighton, L.I.
Was much disappointed to miss you at Mrs. Stockwell’s when I ran over at breakfast time Thursday morning, as I had a bee in my bonnet which I wished to put in your...
Illustration of child in highchair pouring himself or herself a drink from a glass decanter. Gold background. Verso side: text,"Goods sold for cash only. Oliver Johnston, wholesale and retail grocer and tea dealer. Agent for Commins Allen's Flour.
Virginia--Commerce; Rhode Island--Commerce; Merchant ships--United States
Invoice for 200 barrels of flour shipped by the Brig Othello by Captain John Duncan for Samuel and William Vernon [of Newport, Rhode Island] from John Stanton and Charles Yates of Fredericksburg, Virginia.
This card shows a view of Barge Canal with a wood canal boat on the right side of the canal. The boat is named "DOLPHIN OF ALBY, N.Y. N.Y." It is tied up to the shore and there seems to be another canal boat in front of it. There is a three...
Black & white postcards; Boys; Buildings; Canal boats; Canals; Horses; Men; Mills; Reflections; Signs (Notices); Towpaths; Trees; Warehouses;
Black and white picture of the Erie Canal in Durhamville, New York which shows boys and men loading a canal boat with horses. Additional canal boats are lined up along the canal across from the "Flour & Feed Mills" and other warehouses.
Front caption reads: "OSBURN HOUSE ROCHESTER, N.Y&View of GeneseeRiver." [bottom of card]; "South Avenue One Block From Main ST." [left side above caption on bottom of card]. Blank space around edges of card. A depiction of the Osburn House Hotel...
City scene along the Erie Canal, with barge, canal boats, towpaths and warehouses in foreground, and a bridge and more barges and a canal boat in background. Signs on warehouses (G. THALHEIMER.; MCCARTHY & SMITH FLOUR, FEED AND PROVISIONS); Sign on...
Family violence;Grocers;Wife abuse;Groceries;Food;
Illustration of man pulling woman's hair and holding a stick up as if to beat her. Framed portrait on wall in background. Verso side: text,"John Boemermann, Dealer in choice groceries. Teas, coffees, sugars,&c. Flour of the best brands."
Account of cargo on board the Sloop Hare off of the coast of Africa, including beef, flower [flour], Irish cane, bread; pork, sugar and tarr [tar]. Lists names of account holders for said cargo, Geo. [George] Gardner, Thos. [Thomas] Cranston; David...
Invoice of goods aboard the Brig Marigold belonging to Captain Thomas Teakle Taylor and Samuel and William Vernon [of Newport, Rhode Island], including sugar, turpentine, tarr [tar], tobacco, coffee, molasses, flour, pork, beef, and rum.
Account record of traded goods by Thomas Teakle Taylor aboard the Brig Marigold in Annamaboe Road [Anomabu, Ghana], including slaves, rum, gold, tobacco, sugar, flower [flour], coffey [coffee], molasses, and turpentine.
Bill of lading for the Brig Othello from the Rappahannock River [Virginia], to Newport, Rhode Island, carrying 200 barrels "flower" [flour] and bundles of hemp "not marked or numbered" for Samuel and William Vernon. Signed by John Stanton.
Copy 2 of bill of lading for the Brig Othello from the Rappahannock River [Virginia], to Newport, Rhode Island, carrying 200 barrels "flower" [flour] and bundles of hemp "not marked or numbered" for Samuel and William Vernon. Signed by John Stanton.