Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
Bonine, Elias A., Stereoview Photograph of Black School Children, 1874
A stereoview of a group of young, Black students outside their log schoolhouse, likely on the rural outskirts of Jacksonville, Florida.
Handwritten description on verso reads, "Colored School, Florida; Bonine Photo."
Chandler, John Lincoln, Letter to Elliott C. Cowdin Concerning Financing the Memphis Daily Post, 1866 March 7
A letter from John Lincoln Chandler (Memphis, TN), to New York businessman Elliott C. Cowdin (New York), a cousin by marriage, seeking financial support for The Memphis Daily Post (later Evening Post), a Republican newspaper for African Americans founded in January 1866 by General John Eaton, former Commissioner of the Freedman's Bureau.
Grand Jury Presentment, Frederick County Maryland of Sally Roberts, Defendant, 1826 October
An indictment handed down during the August term against Sally Roberts, a free Black woman, "for selling spiritous liquor without a licence, and for keeping a disorderly house some time in the month of October 1826..."