This is to Certify, That the Bearer hereof George Elliga Moore being a Free Negro, has the Commandant's Permission to pass from this Garrison to whatever Place he may think proper.
Certificate of the ability of Cato to get his Living [Deed of manumission.]
Elizabeth O'Neal to Mary Johnson [Deed of manumission.]
Agreement issued by Peter Underhill to John Peter De Lancey for the terms and conditions of the manumission of a slave, May 14, 1807
Receipt issued by Hannah Johnson to John Peter De Lancey for $40, for clothing, boarding and lodging of a slave, February 21, 1817
Negro Elks Parade, Brooklyn.
[Certificate certifying Thomas Coman as a fire man.]
Undated description and $20 reward offered by John Peter De Lancey for the return of a runaway slave, Sam
Agreement between Hachiliah Purdy and John Peter De Lancey for the purchase of a slave for 100 pounds and subsequent conditions for freeing the slave, 1803
Circus [Child doing gymnastics with a circus performers.]
A Certain Old Gentleman Becomes Interested.
["Tsipke" theater still.]
The Last Supper.
Receipted bill issued by David Rogers to John Peter De Lancey, for tooth extraction of a slave, January 4, 1798
Children- What they do when mothers are shopping [Child in a carriage outside a store.]
Children- What they do when mothers are shopping [Child, with a carriage, outside a store.]
The New-York Historical Society 1804-1904 ; John Pintard, Founder and Egbert Benson, First President