Birth certificate of a slave child
Certificate of the ability of Cato to get his Living [Deed of manumission.]
Elizabeth O'Neal to Mary Johnson [Deed of manumission.]
Bill of sale of slave to James Bogert, Jr., by Charles and Margaret Smyth
[Mr. Jones meeting the new cook.]
[John Lindsay presenting a certificate of appreciation to Jacob Jacobs.]
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.
Sale of 350 Lots in Jones' Wood by A. J. Bleecker, Son & Co.
[House of John Jacob Astor, Northeast Corner of Fifth Avenue and 65th Street.]
Plays, "Tom Jones".
Residence, John Jacob Astor, Rhinecliff, New York.
How the proprietor of the lake house treated a black and tan terrier he found seated in a high chair next to its owner at dinner.
Bill of sale issued by James Hart to Bartholomew Ward for payment of $100 for slave, February 7, 1804
San Juan Hill (Where Lincoln Center Was Built), 1940's
Executors Sale of Hurl Gate Property
[George H. Williams store.]
[The Department of Public Parks. To. J. Pierpont Morgan, Treasurer of the American Museum of Natural History.]
The Dick boy, half brother of John Jacob Astor