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African-Americans Archives - Antique Photographics Collections
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African-Americans

11801.

2. Boys’ Play-ground, Colored Orphan Asylum.

11802.

3. Colored Orphan Asylum.

11803.

7. Infant School. Colored Orphan Asylum.

11804.

9. Girls’ Play Ground. Colored Orphan Asylum.

13028.

204. Shadows on Beach, Coney Island.

13354.

614. “Fine Fish.”

13355.

611. The Morning’s Catch.

30684.

Group of men by circus tent. African-American with metal pan; man with shoeshine kit; man in musician’s uniform; couple other men in uniform.

40299.

Biffar Photographer Studio, Williamsburgh, Brooklyn, NY.

41001.

No. 70. South Carolina Cherubs (after Raphael), Charleston, S.C.

41002.

Untitled street vendor.

41003.

(Amateur) Native of the Andaman Islands (Cannibals) educated in Penang.

41004.

Gems of Kentucky Scenery. 7. Old Nancy.

41005.

Unidentified. Possibly the Caribbean. It has been suggested that it might be Spanish Guinea in central Africa. The area is now known as Equatorial Guinea.

41006.

Unidentified. While these men are white they are part of the group of 6 views. Possibly the Caribbean. It has been suggested that it might be Spanish Guinea in central Africa. The area is now known as Equatorial Guinea.

41007.

Unidentified. Possibly the Caribbean. It has been suggested that it might be Spanish Guinea in central Africa. The area is now known as Equatorial Guinea.

41008.

Unidentified. Possibly the Caribbean. It has been suggested that it might be Spanish Guinea in central Africa. The area is now known as Equatorial Guinea.

41009.

Unidentified. Possibly the Caribbean. It has been suggested that it might be Spanish Guinea in central Africa. The area is now known as Equatorial Guinea.

41010.

Unidentified. Possibly the Caribbean. It has been suggested that it might be Spanish Guinea in central Africa. The area is now known as Equatorial Guinea.

41011.

Characteristic Sketches of Southern Life. No. 508. Three Members of the Jury that we saw!

41012.

Views about Pittsburgh. Group of Girls–House of Refuge.

41013.

Refugees brought in to Beaufort by the army.

41014.

Unidentified scene.

41015.

Peanut vendor.

41016.

J.G. Thompson & Co., Beaufort, S.C.

41017.

Six Months in the Tropics. No. 62, 63, 64, 65, 66, 67, 68. Views at Butlers Bay, the Estate of Geert Gyllick, Esq. 2-cent, cancelled tax stamp. Not an African-American view but listed here to remain with other images from this series.

41017.

Six Months Tour in the Tropics. No. 28. The Government House, Christiansted, St. Croix, W.I. Written on verso “Feb. 8-61. ALL Louisa.” This image is not an African-American view but is included here as it is part of this series.

41018.

Six Months Tour in the Tropics. No. 14. 15. Groups at the sea shore–arrival of the fishing boats. Written on verso “Feb. 6. 1861 Louisa-from Sister Mary.”

41019.

Six Months Tour in the Tropics. No. 20. 21. 22. 23. Exterior of Stores with Fruit and Morby venders. Written on verso “Feb. 6-1861 Louisa from Sister Mary.”

41020.

Six Months Tour in the Tropics. No. 75. 76. 77. 78. Scenes on the Wharf–waiting the arrival of the Packet. Written on verso ” Feb. 8. 61 ALL Louisa.”

41021.

Six Months Tour in the Tropics. No. 79. 80. 81. Sunday Market. Assemblage of Negroes from the Country with their Produce. Written on verso “Feb. 6. 1861 Louisa-from Sister Mary.”

41022.

Six Months Tour in the Tropics. No. 69. 70. 71. 72. Views at Pond Bridge, with negro Women Washing Clothes. Written on verso “Feb. 6. 1861 Louisa-from Sister Mary.”

41023.

Six Months Tour in the Tropics. No. 91. 92. 93. 94. Scenes in the Wood and Coal Market, Christiansted, St. Croix, W.I. Written on verso ” Feb. 6. 1861 Louisa-from Sister Mary.”

41024.

Six Months Tour in the Tropics. No. 11. 12. 13. Scenes at a Well in the Market Place. Written on verso “Feb. 6. 1861 Louisa-from Sister Mary.”

41025.

557. Marcia & Gabe’s Angels.

41026.

No. 29. [Young chimney sweeps.]

41027.

[Young man greeting an alligator.]

41028.

Smart Dorrell, Fernandina, Fla.

41029.

Alligator taking lunch.

41030.

Louisiana. Our Washerwoman.

41031.

Sweeps.

41032.

No. 589. Southern Views. Coffee, Cane & Cotton.

41033.

117-July, a Native African, 100 years old.

41034.

Old Man Joe & wife.

41035.

The White Slave.

41036.

Melody.

41037.

Untitled.

41038.

No. 2063. Blackberries.

41039.

Untitled.

41040.

Group of School Teachers, Beaufort, S.C.


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