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Plan de l'île d'Amelia à la côte de la Floride orientale, tiré de la carte de la Georgie et de la Caroline méridionale de De Brahm, et assujeti pour le port de l'entrée de la riviere de Nassau, rédigé d'après la carte du W. Fuller. Plan de la barre et du port d'Amelia, à la côte de la Floride orientale, levé en janvier 1775, par Jacob Blamey.

The board of managers of the Washington national monument society to the American people ... New York. Oliver & Brother, Printers 89 Nassau Street [1835?].

[Cut] Our countrymen in chains! By J. G. Whittier. [New York] Sold at the Anti-Slavery office. 144 Nassau street. [1837].

Royal Gardens, Vauxhall. Grand day and evening fete, next Tuesday, August 7, 1838. Ascent of the Nassau Balloon, combined with the evening entertainments

Refutation of a base slander [Regarding Thomas M. Woodruff] American Ensign Office, 104 Nassau Street. [1844].

The destruction of tea at Boston Harbor / lith. & pub. by Sarony & Major, 99 Nassau naer [i.e., near] Fulton St., N.Y.

Immense literary, scientific and religious attraction, at the moral centre of the intellectual world, 146 Nassau Street, New York. [1848].

Royal Gardens, Vauxhall ... this day, Monday, May 5th, a balloon ascent will positively take place by the veteran Green, in the Royal Nassau balloon ...

Circular to the trade. Now ready, the battles of the Crimea ... Published by G. S. Wells, 140 Nassau Street. N. Y. [n. d.].

The Princeton Press. Extra. Princeton, Monday Morning, March 12, 1855. Nassau Hall burnt down!!.

[3 New York City street scenes showing "ill-paved thoroughfares": "The Fulton Market Nuisance" and "Scene in Nassau Street"]

To the friends of freedom. Sir: Herewith you will receive a copy of The Free State Advocate, a campaign paper, published by direction of a committee of the Republican party ... Orders should be addressed. James B. Swain, 138 Nassau Street, New Y

Nuremburg. Nassau House

Grand procession of Wide-Awakes at New York on the evening of October 3, 1860. Republican Wide Awakes in N.Y. - Lincoln-Hamlin Campaign [Printing-House Square (Park Row and Nassau St.)]

The great union speech of Hon. Alexander H. Stephens, vice-president of the Southern confederacy ... New York. P. W. Derham, printer and stationer, 15 Nassau Street. [1862?].

Brooklyn sanitary fair, 1864. New England kitchen / lith. of A. Brown & Co. 47 Nassau St. N.Y. for Henry McCloskey's Manual of 1864.

Brooklyn Sanitary Fair, 1864 Interior view of the Academy of Music, as seen from the dress circle / / Lith. of A. Brown & Co. 47 Nassau St. N.Y.

Jeffie Davis the belle of Richmond. New York The American News company, 119 & 121 Nassau St. [1865].

U.S. Reports: The Pearl, 72 U.S. (5 Wall.) 574 (1867)

The great financial panic - intersection of Nassau and Broad Streets with Wall Street view of the Sub-Treasury, Jay Cooke & Co's Bank and the Western Union Telegraph Office from the Drexel Building on Sept. 19, 1873

The Panic - Run on the Fourth National Bank, No. 20 Nassau Street [New York City, 1873]

The Great Financial Panic of 1873 - [4 illus. and text] Run on the 4th National Bank, 20 Nassau St.; Run on the Union Trust Co., Broadway & Rector St.; Lobby of the 5th Avenue Hotel, Sat.; Pres. Grant & Sec. of Treas. Richardson receiving capitalists at the 5th Ave. Hotel; Grant refusing to use the U.S. Treasury

The Great Financial Panic - Intersection of Nassau and Broad Streets with Wall Street - View of the sub-treasury ... on Friday Sept. 19th

[Queen Victoria monument]

Queen Victoria monument

On Abaco Island / Cap, sc.

[Nassau, Bahama Islands, the Colonial Hotel]

[Nassau, Hesse-Nassau, Germany]

Nassau, Bahama Islands, the Colonial Hotel

[In grounds of the Royal Victoria [Hotel], Nassau, Bahama Islands]

[A sisal plantation, Nassau, Bahama Islands]

In grounds of the Royal Victoria Hotel, Nassau, Bahama Islands

A sisal plantation, Nassau, Bahama Islands

Light house, Nassau

Light house, Nassau

The market delivery, Nassau, Bahama Islds.

Street in Grant's Town, Nassau, Bahama Islands

Cumberland Street, Nassau, W.I

Fort Fincastle from the Royal Victoria [Hotel], Nassau

Porch promonade sic, the Colonial, Nassau, W.I

The Royal Victoria, Nassau, W.I.

Arrival of S.S. Miami, Nassau, W.I

The Sponge fleet, Nassau, Bahama Islands

In the gardens, Colonial Hotel, Nassau, Bahamas

Royal palms, Cumberland St., Nassau, W.I.

Royal Victoria gardens, Nassau, Bahama Islds

[Viewing the marine gardens through bottom of boat,Nassau, Bahamas]

Royal Victoria gardens, Nassau, Bahama Islds.

Diving for coins, Nassau, W.I.

Sisal plantation, Nassau, Bahama Islds

The market delivery, Nassau, Bahama Islds

Diving for coins, Nassau, W.I

Harbor views, departure of S.S. Miami, Nassau, Bahamas

Road to golf links, Nassau, Bahama Islands

Street in Grant's Town, Nassau, Bahama Islands

Sponging fleet in harbor, Nassau, W.I.

Negro family, Grant's Town, Nassau, W.I.

Market on the wharf, Nassau, Bahama Islands

Negro diving boys, Nassau, W.I.

Road to golf links, Nassau, Bahama Islands

[Arrival of Nassau str. Miami, Miami, Fla.]

Negro family, Grant's Town, Nassau, W.I

Royal palms, Cumberland St., Nassau, W.I

Ceiba or silk cotton tree, Nassau, Bahama Islands

Fort Montague, Nassau, W.I.

Diving for coins, Nassau, W.I.

Porch promonade [sic], the Colonial, Nassau, W.I.

[In the gardens, Colonial Hotel, Nassau, Bahamas]

Sponge yard along the docks, Nassau, Bahama Islands

The Royal Victoria, Nassau, W.I

Diving for coins, Nassau, W.I

Negro diving boys, Nassau, W.I

Tom Smith, coach, Nassau Boat Club

Sponge fleet, Nassau, Bahama Islands

[Market on the wharf, Nassau, Bahama Islands]

Gathering sisal, Nassau, Bahama Islds.

Sponge yard along the docks, Nassau, Bahama Islands

Diving for coins, Nassau, W.I

Fort Fincastle from the Royal Victoria Hotel, Nassau

Statue of Columbus, governor's residence, Nassau, Bahama Islds.

Nassau from the Royal Victoria, Bahama Islands, W.I

Cumberland Street, Nassau, W.I.

Ceiba or silk cotton tree, Nassau, Bahama Islands

[Harbor views, departure of S.S. Miami, Nassau, Bahamas]

Diving for coins, Nassau, W.I.

Viewing the marine gardens through bottom of boat,Nassau, Bahamas

Negro family, Grant's Town, Nassau, W.I

Nassau from the Royal Victoria, Bahama Islands, W.I.

[Girls watching boats at the wharf, possibly Nassau, probably Bahamas]

Negro family, Grant's Town, Nassau, W.I.

Gathering sisal, Nassau, Bahama Islds

The Sponge fleet, Nassau, Bahama Isl[an]ds

Fort Montague, Nassau, W.I

Sponging fleet in harbor, Nassau, W.I

Nassau, Harlem, Metropolitan, Wyanoke, Crescent and 1st Bohemian clubhouses on Harlem River

Statue of Columbus, governor's residence, Nassau, Bahama Islds

The harbor, from near golf links, Nassau, Bahamas

[The harbor, from near golf links, Nassau, Bahamas]

Queen's staircase, Nassau, Bahama Islands

Governor's residence, Nassau, Bahama Isl'ds

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