Includes essay by Mrs. Estellena Johnson Spencer of Wilmington, Del., Subject-"Natural and Acquired Ability to Preach." Read before the Preacher's Meeting of the Philadelphia District, Held in Wilmington, Del., June 12-14, 1877.
Interior setting of a woman standing on a ladder, surprised by a baby raccoon on her head. Sketch for illustration for "Daniel 'Coon." Drawing for book by Phoebe Erickson (NY: Knopf, ) Media ID: graphite. On back paper #132
Ten Native Americans hiding behind four tree trunks. Sketch for book by Natalia Beltings (NY: Holt, Rine Hart and Winston Inc.) Signed on back Leonard Everett Fisher 1/60. Media ID: various inks, colored pencil. On front glass and back paper #74.
Sketch of a crow, dressed in a red cape and feathered hat, perched on a column. "'Oh, Oh' said Cyrano / 'Let me see now just how does that go?' Don Freeman Feb 25 1960" Media ID: black ink, pastel, graphite. On back paper #92
Correspondence; Communication Artifact; Documentary Artifact
Illustrated letter addressed to "Dearest Boys and Girls of the first grade." Politi thanks the children for their birthday cards. Includes a sketch of Pedro singing a Christmas carol. Signed Leo Politi.
Number 90, manufactured for Florida East Coast Railroad. Interior and Exterior view. Private Car No. 90; elevation, floor plan, cross section, front view, sketch of finish in Parlor, Framing Plan; blueprint; 21 x 34""