Anonymous-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.

41002.

Untitled street vendor.

41003.

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

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.

41014.

Unidentified scene.

41015.

Peanut vendor.

41029.

Alligator taking lunch.

41030.

Louisiana. Our Washerwoman.

41035.

The White Slave.

41036.

Melody.

41039.

Untitled.

41047.

Untitled image of toys on tabletop.

41050.

Teacher Fannie Langford of the Hooper School on the Old Fort Plantation, Beaufort, S.C., Port Royal Island. First school for freed slaves in S.C.

41051.

Woman and child.

41052.

Young man in military jacket, possible a contraband.

41054.

Nanny and child.

41058.

Happy New Year 1877.

41059.

Happy New Year 1878.

41062.

Frederick Douglass.

41063.

Radical Members of the S. C. Legislature.

41068.

Happy Little Nigs.

41077.

Little Africa, Augusta, Ga.

41091.

No. 203. Roustabouts.

41098.

24th Regiment, U.S.C.T. at Camp Wm. Penn. Camp William Penn was a Union Army training camp located in Cheltenham Township, Pennsylvania from 1863 to 1865, notable for being the first training ground dedicated to African American troops who enlisted in the Army during the Civil War. Some 11,000 free blacks and escaped slaves were trained here, including 8,612 from Pennsylvania, the most black troops recruited during the war from any northern state. This regiment was organized at Camp William Penn in Philadelphia, Pa., January 30 to March 30, 1865. They moved to Washington, DC May 5, and duty at Camp Casey until June 1. Then moved to Point Lookout, Md., guarding prisoners until July 16. Then moved to Richmond, Va., and duty in sub-district of Roanoke, Headquarters at Burkesville, until September. Mustered out October 1, 1865.

41098.

Enlarged view of the image above.

41110.

Two Orphans. Pose similar to Raphael’s The Two Cherubs.

41112.

Sixth-plate daguerreotype of African-American nanny with white child.

45208.

Recreational group of men with high-wheel bicycles, Indian Clubs, fishing rods, and baseball bat. Note the African-American man at center rear.


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