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Hon. & Rev. B.R. Wilson of Monrovia, Liberia, died Oct. 9, 1864 / Photographed by S.W. Truesdell, Kenosha, Wis.

Hon. & Rev. B.R. Wilson of Monrovia, Liberia, died Oct. 9, 1864 / Phot...

Photograph shows portrait of B.R. Wilson, Methodist missionary to Liberia.

President Robert's house, Monrovia / Wagner & McGuigan's Lith. Phil.

President Robert's house, Monrovia / Wagner & McGuigan's Lith. Phil.

President Joseph J. Roberts' house, Monrovia, Liberia.

Liberian College, Monrovia

Liberian College, Monrovia

Photograph shows male students posed on the balconies of Liberian College, Monrovia, Liberia.

Ashmun Street, Monrovia [Liberia]

Ashmun Street, Monrovia [Liberia]

Ashmun Street with houses and a church, Monrovia, Liberia.

[Liberian senate] / drawn by Robert K. Griffin, Monrovia.

[Liberian senate] / drawn by Robert K. Griffin, Monrovia.

Drawing shows an assembly of the Senate of Liberia; members are numbered, includes corresponding key.

[Liberian senate] / drawn by Robert K. Griffin, Monrovia.

[Liberian senate] / drawn by Robert K. Griffin, Monrovia.

Drawing shows an assembly of the Senate of Liberia; members are numbered, includes corresponding key.

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