Occupationals-AA

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.

41021.

Six Months Tour in the Tropics. No. 79, 80, 81. Sunday Market. Assemblage of Negroes from the Country with their Produce.

41044.

Gen’l. Scott & Asst.-Bathing Robes to hire, Cape May.

41054.

Nanny and child.

41056.

Chimney Sweeps from Life.

41060.

Capt. W.H. Lane.

41061.

Nanny and child.

41064.

Untitled. Shoe Shine Boy.

41067.

No. 429. Washing Camp.

41069.

No. 457. Lightwood Merchants.

41070.

No. 30. 15th Amendments.

41071.

No. 52. Let Brotherly Love Prevail.

41073.

No. 178. Cotton Press.

41074.

No. 168. Cotton Press.

41079.

Untitled. Filling pitcher with water.

41080.

No. 431. Washing Camp.

41080.

No. 148. Washing Camp.

41081.

#149. Washing.

41088.

480. Crescent City Boot Black.

41089.

No. 451. Street Scene.

41090.

Uncle Jim.

41091.

No. 203. Roustabouts.

41092.

Boatmen at Lunch on the Great Pee Dee.

41093.

No. 266. Old Pompey resting.

41094.

Cypress Tree, 23 feet in diameter.

41099.

Dixie. 1. Darkies picking cotton in the fields.

41100.

Dixie. 2. Planter’s home in South-Before the war.

41101.

Dixie. 5. Camp-meeting in South by torchlight.

41103.

Yale University, 1868 titled in the Library of Congress “Smith, The Sweep.” African-American janitor with broom, basket, and keys. Oval image measures 8″ x 5.75″ on a 13.5″ x 10.75″ mount. (D)

41104.

Salt print of Aaron Molyneaux Hewlett, the first African-American on the Harvard University staff and the director and curator of the Harvard Gymnasium from 1859 to 1871. He taught gymnastics, boxing and the use of dumbbells. He is pictured here with the tools of his craft: boxing gloves, Indian clubs, dumbbells, medicine balls and the wooden wand. At the time most physical culture figures generally recommended light apparatus work but Hewlett appeared to favor much heavier clubs and dumbbells. Hewlett’s daughter, Virginia, married Frederick Douglass. In 1900, his son, E.M. Hewlett, became the first African-American lawyer to win a case before the US Supreme Court (Carter vs. Texas). Image measures 8.25″ x 6″ on a 13″ x 9.25″ mount.

41108.

669. Ox Cart, with Negroes.

41109.

Occupational, advertising CDV. The man on the right wears a hat which reads “Higgins Berman Laundry Soap is the Best,” and the man on the left wears a hat which reads “Try It.”

41123.

Group of West Indians with onions. On other side of board is a donkey cart with two passengers.

41124.

West Indian produce street vendor. Other side of board shows a street scene.

41125.

Working in the Fields.

41128.

Baby Marshall and his nurse Aunt Laucinda.

41129.

Nurse with baby. (D)

41133.

Shipping Cotton.

41136.

No. 9596. Stanton Institute for Colored Children.

41137.

Stanton Institute for Colored Children.

41138.

No. 16. Stanton Institute School for Colored Children.

41139.

Stanton Institute for Colored Children.

41140.

Stanton Institute for Colored Children.

41141.

No. 9778. Quarters for Colored Farm Laborers, Kingsley Plantation, Fort George Island, Florida.

41142.

No. 9778. Quarters for Colored Farm Laborers, Kingsley Plantation, Fort George Island, Florida.

41144.

Our County Seat, Hotel de Paris, St. Johns River.

41146.

The Plantation Well.

41149.

Georgia Cotton Field.

41151.

Jack Johnson, Champion of the World, in his Chicago home.

41152.

Pressing Cotton.

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