Gospel Hymns No. 2, by P. P. Bliss and Ira D. Sankey, Harriet Tubman’s personal book of hymns.
Book of hymns by P.P. Bliss and Ira D. Sankey, 112-pages, discolored cover with black printing, text and binding. Text reads "Gospel hymns No. 2, BY PP. BLISS AND IRA D. SANKEY AS USED BY THEM IN GOSPEL MEETINGS."
An advertisement card for the Fleet St. A.M.E. Zion Church in Brooklyn, New York. The card features a large black-and-white drawing of the front of the church surrounded by a thin black border. Information about the church is printed below the picture. The reverse is blank.
A painted plaster sculpture bust of John the Baptist. The head is turned slightly to the left, with closely cropped hair. The face is alert, with raised chin and open eyes. There is a tall integrated mount and base extending from the bust. It features an oval roundel inscribed with the name "John." The sculpture is painted a light beige.
Handbill advertising a benefit event for A.M.E. Zion Church Stony Brook and its pastor Rev. Thomas C. Johnson. The small flier has black printed text on a white background. The text begins [Zion Sons and Daughters, Awake!] with an invitation to [A Grand / Punch Card Entertainment / AND / APPLE DUMPLING FEAST AND FESTIVAL]. The event is scheduled at the house of Brother Abraham Tobias on October 29th, 1884. The bottom has a list of trustees and a note about the church's quarterly meeting. The reverse is blank.