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Report on the defence of the City of New-York, accompanied with maps, views, and topographical plans, 1814
Ladies' Christian Union records, 1850-2001 (bulk 1858-1960). Series VIII: Photographs, [1880-1994], undated
Religious fundraising lantern slides
New York City: unidentified Manhattan street scene with horse carts and streetcars, undated. Stereograph.
The cotton plant - king of the South.
C. S. A. Our throne.
Gather around your country's flag.
Its thunder tones shall arouse the freeman.
Unite or die.
'If any one attempts to haul down the American flag, shoot him on the spot.'
Bold but wary.
Away down south in Dixie.
The sunny South our country.
We stand by our flag.
We are in the field, and the bars are up!
Southern rights will be defended by Southern men.
Don't tread on us.
Confederate States of America, Post Office Department, Auditor's Office.
A general of the C. S. A. army preparing to meet Gen. McClellan.
The flying artillery of the C. S. A.