A lithographic print of Hiram Revels from Frank Leslie’s Illustrirte Zeitung. The print is bordered by printed German text. The print has been hand colored. Hiram Revels is pictured wearing a blue suit with a red necktie. Underneath the image is “Hiram Revels, farbinger Bundes-Senator von Mississippi.” The top of the image says “Frank Leslie’s Illustrirte Zeitung.”
A print captioned “American Sketches: A Negro Congregation at Washington.” The print has been hand colored. The image depicts a man behind an elevated pulpit. He is reading a book. Another man sits beside him on the pulpit. Men in women dressed formally are standing and sitting in front of them. A man on the left side of the image is standing and also holding a book. He appears to be singing. The caption appears underneath the image. The image is in a wooden frame.
A framed etching with watercolor print depicting a bare knuckle boxing match between Tom Molineaux and Tom Cribb that took place on September 28, 1811. Molineaux and Cribb are depicted shirtless. The scene shows Cribb landing a punch on Molineaux. Five people are shown to be watching. A description of the scene appears below image. The back of the frame has sticker on it with an inscription about provenance.