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."
A brownish photograph printed on textured paper of Nelson Jordan. Jordan is seated in a three-quarter portrait with his body turned slightly left, but facing the camera. He wears a dark-colored three-piece suit, a dark tie, a pocket watch, and has a beard and mustache. His name is handwritten in graphite on the verso.
This cabinet card has a photograph of Rev. G.H.S. Bell looking toward his right. He wears a dark-colored suit and has a mustache and a chin beard. The text "C. M. BELL / WASHINGTON / D.C." is embossed in the lower right corner of the card mount. The reverse of the mount is blank.
This stereograph card depicts a group of women, children and a man sitting and standing in and in font of a doorway to a clapboard building. The adults all hold children on their laps or in in their arms. Consisting of two similar images side by side, the card is arranged with the images in the center. At either end of the card is vertical script. On the left hand margin the words read "Underwood & Underwood Publishers, / New York, London, Toronto-Canada, Ottawa-Kansas." On the right hand margin are the words "Works and Studios/ Arlington, NJ, / Sun Sculpture/ [illegible]/ Trade Marks/ Westwood NJ." Running horizontally across the bottom margin are the words "These are the Generations of Ham. / Copyright, 1895, by Strohmeyer & Wyman." On the reverse of the card are the words" These are the Generations of Ham. / Les Generations des Jambons tumes (Ham). / Ham's [illegible]. / Estas son las generaciones del Jamon ahumado (Ham). / Desse aro Hams Attlingar. / [Greek lettered phrase]."