The Wedding Party Off for Europe
Miller, Wagner & Umdenstock Chicago, Ill.
Standard of the World Smoking Tobacco. J.R. Day & Bro.
[Unidentified trade card.]
Possibly Magnificent Engraving, 31-32 Carmine Street. | The Innocent Cause of the War.
Letter from Frederick H. Man to A.P. Man [Albon Platt Man].
November 17, 1863. | Letter from Frederick H. Man to his father, while stationed at Brashear City, Louisiana,...
West of the Circle [Don Freeman's Newsstand.]
Henry [Don Freeman's Newsstand.]
Kids from around Hell Hill (West 59th St.)
Drawings for Currier & Ives prints.
Aim is good, but they are to be upright pictures
De Dark Town Musketeers
Craps -- Sevens Up.
Drawings for Currier & Ives prints. | Oh come you lucky seven git my gal a new [...] me!
[The Darktown Banjo Class - All in Tune.]
Original drawing for the Darktown Comics series by Currier & Ives.
An Ice Cream Racket - Thawing Out
"Golly! Guess she's done got enuf dis time!" | Original drawing for the Darktown Comics series by Currier...
Winning by a "foot."
[The Darktown Banjo Class - Off the Key.]
[Mr. Jones meeting the new cook.]
Mr. Jones has been directed by his wife to meet the new cook at the Grand Central Station and bring her...
[The Darktown Elopement.]
[Man serenading woman.]
Summer of Happiness
Depth of Despair
[Serenade by moonlight.]
[Cause and Effect - a Natural Result.]
I had de shakes. I done hab Chill Tonic.
[Cause and Effect - a Timely Warning.]
[The Darktown Bicycle Club.]
"Gwine to the Fight"
"It's jes like pickin' up money backing dis yere pup" | Original drawing for the Darktown Comics series...
The Darktown Hunt - Presenting the Brush
You done better keep it Kurnel to polish you cheek. | Original drawing for the Darktown Comics series...
["O Dat Watermillion!"]
The Dark-Town Fox-Hunt
"Git ready for dis jump Martha." | Original drawing for the Darktown Comics series by Currier & Ives....
[Creating the perfect racehorse.]
[Darktown Sports - a Grand Spurt.]
Lawn-Tennis in Blackville
The Excitement at Fever Heat | Original drawing for the Darktown Comics series by Currier & Ives.
"Coming Home From the Fight"
"I knowed he was a cur as soon as I seed him" | Original drawing for the Darktown Comics series by Currier...
[In front of Finnegan's corner grocery.]
Mr. Washington rubs a high tone coon, meets Mr. Sylvester Sawkins (dude) in front of the corner grocery...
The Cake Walk.
For Beauty, Grace, & Style; the Winner Takes the Cake. | Original drawing for a print by Currier & Ives....
Street Musicians #2
The Colored Champion of Freedom.
The Colored Champion of Freedom.
Untitled [Shoe-shine man at rest, Union Square]
View of an African-American man in overalls and a hat behind a shoe shine stand with a make-shift sign...
The Green Pastures - Understage
Jazzy Ace and D-Ski at Harlem World
Salt N Pepa
Untitled [Coney Island 1961-1962.]
Portfolio entitled "Coney Island 1961-1962", photographs taken 1961-1963.
Home to Harlem
Receipt issued by Hannah Johnson to John Peter De Lancey for $40, for boarding and lodging Peter, January 1, 1818
Printed from a photograph taken in 1945.
The Weehawken Ferry Story [Ferry employee.]
[J. Rosamond Johnson and Bob Cole.]
Police Work. The drug pusher showed his knife wounds from past battles, "I'm still alive," he said. "You can never have enough fire power," the officer said.; New York City, 1978