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Lord Camden's speech on the New-England fishery bill. Newport: Printed by S. Southwick [1775].

Map of the environs of Camden, N.J.

Plan of the battle fought near Camden, August 16th, 1780.

A sketch of the battle near Camden in South Carolina, 16 Augst. 1780.

[Map of the coast of Georgia, bordering on Camden and Glynn counties, showing also the course and soundings of the Alatamaha, Turtle, Crooked, St. Mary's, Great Satilla, and Little Satilla rivers.]

Sketch of the battle of Camden, Augt. 16, 1780,

Adams Hoops, August 16, 1780, Report on British Troop Strength at Battle of Camden; with Memorandum

Lord Camden

Plan of the battle fought near Camden, August 16th, 1780.

Sketch of the Battle of Hobkirks Hill, near Camden, on the 25th April, 1781.

Thomas Jefferson to Cornelius Camden Blatchly, October 21, 1822

Camden ferry yard, at right, looking toward Philadelphia

Kaighn Avenue ferry terminal, Camden, New Jersey, of the South Camden Ferry Company, seen from the road looking toward the river, ferry partially visible at left side of the building; also shows masts of a ship docked nearby

Church of the Redeemer, B'way and Royden St. Camden

East view of Philadelphia, Pennsylva. and part of Camden, New Jersey drawn from nature by A. Kollner ; lithy. of A. Kollner, Dock St. Phila

Map of Camden County, New Jersey /

Map of Kent County, Delaware : from actual surveys /

Scovel, James M. (of Camden, N.J., Guteau's Lawyer)

Camden, N.Y.

Walt Whitman / Percy Ives, Camden, Dec. 21 1887.

[West Virginia, Camden on the Gauley, upper end of boom]

Residence of Walt Whitman, Mickle St., Camden, N.J.

Saw mill plant, Camden

Pool with logs, Camden

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Camden, Hillsdale County, Michigan

Columbia-Caledonia a Scottish-American song ... James D. Law. Camden, N. J. July 4th 1896.

Sanborn Fire Insurance Map from Camden, Carroll County, Indiana

The village choir

I'll follow thee

Who dat say chicken in dis crowd?

Rose mousse

A record for the children

Minstrel record, no. 1

Ma honey Lou

It was just on the tip of my tongue

Suwanee River

Medley overture

There is no North or South to-day

Home, sweet home

Eyes of blue

My charcoal charmer

Church scene from The old homestead

Hello Central, give me heaven

In the house of too much trouble

La ci darem

Second Connecticut march

Sleigh ride party

American valor march

Chinee soje-man

The shadows on the door

O! promise me

Monarch Minstrel, first part, no. 2

Miserere from II trovatore

He calls me his own Grace Darling

Die beiden Zeiserl

Medley of plantation songs

Just a little attic, but it's home

Parody on the 'Suwaunee River'

Kathleen Mavourneen

Tell me, pretty maiden

The girl from Maxim's

Monarch Minstrel, first part, no. 4

Cindy, I dreams about you

Monarch Minstrel, first part, no. 6

Absence makes the heart grow fonder

Fanchette

Waltz, from 'The serenade'

A flower from the garden of life

Good bye Dolly Gray

Maryland, my Maryland

The colored major

Canción nacional chilena

I can't tell why I love you, but I do

Turkey in de straw

Pasquinade

Put me off at Buffalo

She lisped when she said yes

You'll never be an angel daddy

Old black Joe

Romance

Asleep in the deep

Medley jig

The ameer : March

A growler on a string

Church scene from The old homestead

Ragged William

Flee as a bird

We won't go home until morning

A son of the desert am I

Mr. Johnson turn me loose

Hu-la hu-la cake walk

Alphabet songs, A-B-C-D-E-F

Selection from Faust

When Mr. Shakespeare comes to town

I couldn't stand to see my baby lose

Nearer my God to thee

When you were sweet sixteen

The lost proscribed from Martha

My dreams

Se tu m'ami mio ben

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