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Poster for the Albany Army Relief Bazaar, 1864

broadside advertising Albany's Army Relief Bazaar

The depiction of the entrance to the Bazaar, below, is an enlargement of the lower-left scene in the poster.

View of Army Relief Bazaar, from the broadside advertising the Albany Bazaar

New York State Library, Manuscripts and Special Collections, BRO0016+

Larger version of the poster (PDF, 2.37 MB)


Mrs. Emily Weed Barnes

Black-and-white photo of Mrs. Emily Weed Barnes

From: Albany Army Relief Association. Journal, 1861-1869. New York State Library Manuscripts and Special Collections, BD13614


The Canteen newsletter, published during the Albany Army Relief Bazaar

Part of the front page of The Canteen newspaper, dated February 22, 1864

From: The Canteen. Albany, NY, 1864. No. 1 (February 22, 1864), p. 1.

Digitized version of The Canteen newsletter (PDF, 28.47 MB), containing twelve issues published between February 22 and March 5, 1864.


William Barnes, 1904

William Barnes in 1904

Cropped from a larger photo, "Mr. and Mrs. William Barnes, One of the surviving delegates to Saratoga Convention, August 16, 1854."

From: Semi-Centennial of the Republican Party: Proceedings at the Celebration at Saratoga Springs, September 14, 1904, PDF p. 49.


Gerrit Smith

Black-and-white photo of Gerrit Smith

Cropped from a larger photo, "Gerrit Smith, Philanthropist."

From: Meserve, Frederick Hill comp. Historical portraits: a collection of photographs printed directly from the original negatives. (New York: Privately Printed for the New York State Library, 1913). Volume 7, p. 68.
New York State Library, Manuscripts and Special Collections V 920 qM57


Lottery Ticket for the "Original Draft of the President's First Emancipation Proclamation"

Ticket for the raffle of the 'Original Draft of the President's First Emancipation Proclamation

Larger version of ticket (PDF, .5 MB)


New York City Hall draped in mourning for Abraham Lincoln

People lined up at City Hall in NYC to view Lincoln's body.  A banner on the building reads 'The Nation Mourns.

Cropped from a larger photo, "City Hall, New York: Crowd waiting to view the body of Lincoln."

From: Meserve, Frederick Hill comp. Historical portraits: a collection of photographs printed directly from the original negatives. (New York: Privately Printed for the New York State Library, 1913). Volume 27, p. 86.
New York State Library, Manuscripts and Special Collections, V 920 qM57

Last Updated: June 7, 2021