- One leaf containing two separately signed documents, both dated June 2, 1800. At top, birth certificate of Jude, born March 16, 1800, to a 'Black woman (a slave) named Nan' belonging to Thomas Storm of New York. At bottom, certificate indicating Storm's desire to 'abandon all my claim of service from the said female child,' Jude.
- Account book, 1748 Dec.-1749 Jul., kept aboard the sloop Rhode Island while on a voyage to Africa to procure slaves for her owners, Philip Livingston and sons, New York City. Peter James was shipmaster. Included are accounts for the purchase of slaves, gold, and other goods; for sales of rum and other provisions to the crew, various expenses, the purchase of provisions, an inventory of goods delivered to Captain David Lindsey, a record of the deaths of 37 slaves, etc. The trading was carried out on various locations between Sierra Leone and the Gold Coast.
- Certificate of indenture for a 'servant girl Lucy aged five years' to Abraham Smith of New York, who she will serve until she reaches the age of twenty-five. Signed by Elizabeth Blydenburgh, Isaac Blydenburgh, and Richard Oakley, estate administrators of Lucy's deceased former master, Benjamin Blydenburgh.