Our Dear Daughter. In Memory of Ella P. Royal
The beloved daughter of Edward L. & Tacy G. Royal, who departed this life November 9, 1871, aged 6 years,...
Death of Napoleon.
Napolean Bertrand. Cot. Bertrand. Dr. Stokoe. Dr. Antommarche. Dr Arnot. Madm. Bertrand. Las Cases. Count...
[Death of George G. Williams, President of the Chemical National Bank of New York.]
May 7, 1903
"Sat by some nameless grave and thought that perhaps in its bosom He was already at rest, and she longed...
Death of President Lincoln.
At Washington, D.C. April 15th 1865. The Nation's Martyr. Mr. Chase C. J. Secy. McCulloch. Atty. General....
Letter from Cully Phinney to Edward Floyd De Lancey, June 6, 1865
We Mourn Our Loss - William J. Gaynor
To the Memory of Wm. H. Harrison
To the Memory of
The Soldier's Grave.
The Burial of the Bird.
Battle of Bunker Hill. Death of Gen. Jos. Warren, June 17, 1775.
Letter from John Jay to Peter Jay Munro, April 28, 1802
Letter from Frances Munro De Lancey to Edward Floyd De Lancey, June 6, 1865
Telegram from Thomas F. Rochester to Edward Floyd De Lancey, June 6, 1865
Letter from George C. Genet to Edward Floyd De Lancey, June 6, 1865
Letter from Susan Fenimore Cooper to Edward Floyd De Lancey, June 12, 1865
Letter from Reverend Dr. James Rankine to Edward Floyd De Lancey, June 8, 1865
Letter from Anne Charlotte De Lancey to John Peter De Lancey, February 4, 1823
Letter from Caroline Carey De Lancey to John Peter De Lancey, June 21, 1810
Letter from Caroline Carey De Lancey to John Peter De Lancey, June 10, 1809
Letter from William Jones to Samuel Jones, October 6, 1770
Letter from Frances Munro De Lancey to Edward Floyd De Lancey, June 19, 1865
Death of Harrison, April 4 A.D. 1841.
"I wish you to understand the true principles of the Government. I wish them carried out. I ask nothing...
Death of Washington, Dec. 14. A. D. 1799.
Death of Genl. Andrew Jackson.
President of the United States from 1829 to 1837. Born, 15th March 1767. Died, 8th June 1845. "I am in...
Death of Genl. Z. Taylor, 12th President of the United States.
At the Presidents House July 9th 1850, 35 minutes past 10 o'clock P.M. His last words. "I am prepared...
The Memorable Fire of April 4th, 1836. Second and Third Street, Avenue D. Union Market
"I'm no longer an engineer, let it burn and be d____d!" | "Oh mother mother! we'll all burn up, the Firemen...
Letter from W. T. Gibson to Edward Floyd De Lancey, June 13, 1865
At Washington, D.C. April 15th 1865. The Nation's Martyr.