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Thomas Mathews to J. E. Douglass, July 10, 1807

[Frederick Douglass, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing right]

Co. - , 3d Connecticut Infantry, Camp Douglass, 1861

Office of the Sanitary commission, Treasury building. Washington, September 16, 1861. Messrs, J. S. Newberry M. D., J. H. Douglass, M. D., and J. Foster Jenkins M. D., are from this date appointed associate secretaryes of the Sanitary commission

Frederick Douglass

[Head-and-shoulders portrait of Frederick Douglass]

Civil rights bill and West Point academy. Letter from Gerrit Smith to Frederick Douglass. Peterboro, June 27th, 1874.

The late Senator Sumner. Ceremonies in the Capitol -- colored people of Washington, headed by Frederick Douglass, viewing the remains / Sketched by Joseph Becker.

Washington, D.C.--the new administration--colored citizens paying their respects to Marshall Frederick Douglass, in his office at the city hall / sketched by our special artist.

Douglass Grove or Old Wescott, Custer County, Nebraska.

John Brown and Fred'k Douglas [i.e. Douglass]

"Douglass on the Late Election"

Speech (by Douglass)

Douglass, Frederick (Death) - Folder 15 of 34

Douglass, Frederick (Death) - Folder 17 of 34

Douglass, Frederick (Death) - Folder 6 of 34

Castle rocks, Camp Douglass [sic], Wis.

Lumbering in the Cascade Mountains, near Seattle, Wash.: [A giant douglass fir log]

The Douglass home, Grosse Isle, Mich.

Statue of Fred. Douglass

Douglass Point, Upper Saranac, N.Y.

Douglass [i.e. Douglas] House, Houghton, Mich.

Fred. Douglass house, [Washington, D.C.]

Findlay S. Douglass, with golf club, Baltusrol

Wm. O. Douglass, Commissioner of S.E.C. and his Asst. Abe Fortos

House at 370 Douglass Street. San Diego, California

Anacostia, D.C. Frederick Douglass housing project. Cooling off under the community sprayer

Anacostia, D.C. Frederick Douglass housing project. A dance group

Anacostia, D.C. Frederick Douglass housing project. Boys overlooking the project

Anacostia, D.C. Frederick Douglass housing project. Metal ashcans

Anacostia, D.C. Frederick Douglass housing project. Boy at the playground

Anacostia, D.C. Frederick Douglass housing project. Children

Captain C.R. Douglass, Assistant Army Air Forces Representative at North American Aviation, looks aloft before taking another P-51 fighter into the air for a routine test flight

Anacostia, D.C. Frederick Douglass housing project. Mother and her daughter

Anacostia, D.C. Frederick Douglass housing project. Metal ashcans

Anacostia, D.C. Frederick Douglass housing project. Baby taking a sun bath

Anacostia, D.C. Frederick Douglass housing project. A dance group

Anacostia, D.C. Frederick Douglass housing project. Boys playing leap frog near the project

Anacostia, D.C. Frederick Douglass housing project. Playing in the community sprayer

Anacostia, D.C. Frederick Douglass housing project. Boy at the playground

Anacostia, D.C. Frederick Douglass housing project. Three youngsters

Anacostia, D.C (vicinity). Frederick Douglass housing project. Sign on Alabama Avenue

Baltimore, Maryland. Two rod welders helping to build the Liberty ship Frederick Douglass at the Bethlehem-Fairfield shipyards

Baltimore, Maryland. Men at work on the Liberty ship Frederick Douglass at the Bethlehem-Fairfield shipyards

Baltimore, Maryland. Building the SS Frederick Douglass. More than 6,000 Negro shipyard workers are employed at the Bethlehem-Fairfield shipyards, where the Liberty ship is being rushed to completion. The noted orator and abolitionist leader worked as a ship caulker in the vicinity of this yard before he escaped from slavery. Oscar Sean and Jerry Evans holding machines used for bolting up

Baltimore, Maryland. Men at work on the Liberty ship Frederick Douglass at the Bethlehem-Fairfield shipyards

Baltimore, Maryland. Building the SS Frederick Douglass. More than 6,000 Negro shipyard workers are employed at the Bethlehem-Fairfield shipyards where the Liberty ship is being rushed to completion. The noted orator and abolitionist worked as a ship caulker in the vicinity of this yard before he escaped from slavery. Electric Welder Bill Seward and Plate Burner John Smith in Layout Department of way no. 8

Baltimore, Maryland. Building the SS Frederick Douglass. More than 6,000 Negro shipyard workers are employed at the Bethlehem-Fairfield shipyards where the Liberty ship is being rushed to completion. The noted orator and abolitionist leader worked as a ship caulker in the vicinity of this yard before he escaped from slavery. Mechanics take time out for lunch

Building the SS Frederick Douglass. More than 6,000 Negro shipyard workers are employed at the Bethlehem-Fairfield shipyards, where the Liberty ship is being rushed to completion. The noted orator and abolitionist leader worked as a ship caulker in the vicinity of this yard before he escaped from slavery. Men setting bulkhead in place, running from tank deck to flat deck in aft of ship

Baltimore, Maryland. A group of workers who are helping to construct the Liberty ship Frederick Douglass at the Bethlehem-Fairfield shipyards

Baltimore, Maryland. A large blower being hoisted into place during the construction of the Liberty ship Frederick Douglass

Baltimore, Maryland. Fitting the shaft to the screw during the construction of the Liberty ship Frederick Douglass at the Bethlehem-Fairfield shipyards

Baltimore, Maryland. Building the SS Frederick Douglass. More than 6,000 Negro shipyard workers are employed at the Bethlehem-Fairfield shipyards, where the Liberty ship is being rushed to completion. The noted orator and abolitionist leader worked as a ship caulker in the vicinity of this yard before he escaped from slavery. Riveters Dave Martin and Walter Shired pose for cameraman

Baltimore, Maryland. Building the SS Frederick Douglass. More than 6,000 Negro shipyard workers are employed at the Bethlehem-Fairfield shipyards, where the Liberty ship is being rushed to completion. The noted orator and abolitionist leader worked as a ship caulker in the vicinity of this yard before he escaped from slavery. Two workers bolting plates for welding on the second day of construction

Baltimore, Maryland. The rear parts of the Liberty ship Frederick Douglass in an early stage of construction at the Bethlehem-Fairfield shipyards

Baltimore, Maryland. Building the SS Frederick Douglass. More than 6,000 Negro shipyard workers are employed at the Bethlehem-Fairfield shipyards where the Liberty ship is being rushed to completion. The noted orator and abolitionist worked as a ship caulker in the vicinity of this yard before he escaped from slavery. James Bibons, soldier in the battle of production, carrying insulated electric cables for engine room

Baltimore, Maryland. Electric welders at work on the Liberty ship Frederick Douglass at the Bethlehem-Fairfield shipyards

Baltimore, Maryland. Building the SS Frederick Douglass. A general view of the ship looking towards stern, as it appeared one week after the hull was laid. More than 6,000 Negro shipyard workers are employed at the Bethlehem-Fairfield shipyards, where the Liberty ship is being rushed to completion. The noted orator and abolitionist leader once worked as a caulker in the vicinity of this shipyard before he escaped from slavery

Baltimore, Maryland. Way no. 8 of the Bethlehem-Fairfield shipyards, showing the Liberty ship Frederick Douglass in its early stage of construction

Baltimore, Maryland. Way no. 8 of the Bethlehem-Fairfield shipyards, showing the Liberty ship Frederick Douglass in its early stage of construction

Baltimore, Maryland. Tightening bolts with a pneumatic wrench during the construction of the Liberty ship Frederick Douglass at the Bethlehem-Fairfield shipyards

Baltimore, Maryland. Rivet heater engaged in the construction of the Liberty ship Frederick Douglass at the Bethlehem-Fairfield shipyards

Baltimore, Maryland. A woman welder working on the construction of the Liberty ship Frederick Douglass, at the Bethlehem-Fairfield shipyards

Frederick Douglass Houses, Washington, D.C. Street view III

Frederick Douglass Houses, Washington, D.C. Open spaces III

Frederick Douglass Houses, Washington, D.C. Open spaces II

Frederick Douglass Houses, Washington, D.C. Playground

Frederick Douglass Houses, Washington, D.C. Street view II

Frederick Douglass Houses, Washington, D.C. Open spaces I

Frederick Douglass Houses, Washington, D.C. Administration building

Frederick Douglass Houses, Washington, D.C. Street view I

Frederick Douglass Houses, Washington, D.C. Open spaces IV

Frederick Douglass mural in Washington, D.C.

Parlor in Frederick Douglass house, Washington, D.C.

Portrait located at the Frederick Douglass home in Washington, D.C.

Drawing of Elizabeth Cady Stanton, art located at the Frederick Douglass home in Washington, D.C.

Art, [portrait of Charles Sumner,] at the Frederick Douglass House in Washington, D.C.

Bedroom of Frederick Douglass at his home on a hill in the Anacostia neighborhood in Washington, D.C.

Frederick Douglass House in the Anacostia neighborhood of Washington, D.C.

Frederick Douglass House parlor, Washington, D.C.

Living room of the Frederick Douglass House in the Anacostia neighborhood, Washington, D.C.

Dining room in the home owned by African American statesman, Frederick Douglass, located in Anacostia neighborhood of Washington, D.C.

Frederick Douglass House in the Anacostia neighborhood of Washington, D.C.

Art depicting a southern plantation at the Frederick Douglass home in Washington, D.C.

Frederick Douglass den at his home in Washington, D.C.

Frederick Douglass visited this small stone house in the back of his lot in Washington, D.C. for time away from everyone

Eddie, Frederick Douglass at W. 118th St., Harlem, 1990

"Frederick Douglass appealing to President Lincoln and his cabinet to enlist Negroes," mural by William Edouard Scott, at the Recorder of Deeds building, built in 1943. 515 D St., NW, Washington, D.C.

Gravesite of escaped slave turned emancipation orator and statesman Frederick Douglass at Mount Hope Cemetery in Rochester, New York. Around 1843, Douglass moved to Rochester, where he embarked on a career as a newspaper publisher

Gravesite of escaped slave turned emancipation orator and statesman Frederick Douglass at Mount Hope Cemetery in Rochester, New York. Around 1843, Douglass moved to Rochester, where he embarked on a career as a newspaper publisher

Drafts of Douglass' Autobiography - p. 364

Drafts of Douglass' Autobiography - p. 261

Douglass House, Sterling, Windham County, CT

Abby Kelley Foster / by Hoffy ; from a daguerreotype by R. Douglass Junr.

Douglass, Frederick (Death) - Folder 22 of 34

Douglass, Frederick (Death) - Folder 22 of 34

Douglass, Frederick (Death) - Folder 22 of 34

Douglass, Frederick (Death) - Folder 22 of 34

Douglass, Frederick (Death) - Folder 22 of 34

Douglass, Frederick (Death) - Folder 22 of 34

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