ETHCDV27. J. Garrigues, Tunis. North African CDV of mother and daughter. VG. $125

     
ETHCAB8.
No ID. South African Kaffir Choir. Representing Seven Distinct Tribes, Speaking Five Languages. On front is written “Zulu Missionary. On the back is an article describing the Choir and its journeys in England, Canada, and the U.S. VG. $350


ETHCAB9.
Davis Garber, NY. William Taylor (1821-1902), Missionary Bishop of Africa, 1884-1896, of the Methodist Episcopal Church. VG. $600


ETHCDV32.
E. Anthony, NY. Young Africa; or, The Bone of Contention. E. Anthony’s 1862 copyright line bottom recto. VG. $175


ETHCAB11.
No ID. “Kairo! Arabs Kavehar elotti kep,” written on back. VG. $65

Ethnic CDV Ethnic CDV
ETHCDV45. No ID. On back is written “Negresse avec son eventail” (Negress with her fan). I believe this is Algerian. VG. $125

Cetshwayo Cetshwayo
ETHCAB14. London Stereoscopic Company. Cetshwayo (facsimile autograph). Great Zulu Chief, defeated the British. G. $500

William Taylor, Missionary Bishop of Africa William Taylor, Missionary Bishop of Africa
ETHCAB15. Davis Garber, NY. William Taylor (1821-1902), Missionary Bishop of Africa, 1884-1896, of the Methodist Episcopal Church. VG. $600

Burmese by Eisenmann Burmese by Eisenmann
ETHCDV47. Chas. Eisenmann, New-York. On back is written “Two Burmese ladies from Burmah. Mah Hmet (16), Mah Khir 26.” G. $100

Slaves from New Orleans Slaves from New Orleans
ETHCDV48. Chas. Paxson, Photographer, New York. Learning is Wealth. Wilson, Charley, Rebecca & Rosa. Slaves from New Orleans. No. 6. Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1864, by S. Tackaberry, in the Clerk’s Office of the District Court of the United States, for the Southern District of New York. The net proceeds from the sale of these Photographs will be devoted to the education of Colored People in the department of the Gulf, now under the command of Maj. Gen’l Banks. G. $650

ethcdv49 Algerian CDV
ETHCDV49. Alary & Geiser, Algers. Native man on horseback. VG. $85

Algerian CDV
ETHCDV51. Attibuted to J. Tresorier. Native woman with bag. VG. $150

Algerian CDV
ETHCDV52. Alary & Geiser, Algers. Street vendor with cage. VG. $125

Algerian CDV
ETHCDV54. Attributed to Alary & Geiser. Native woman. VG. $100

Missionary with Kinkasa andNkanza ethcdv60b
ETHCDV60. Brown, Barnes & Bell, Liverpool & London. Kinkasa, 11 years of age; Nkanza, 8 years of age. Bible quotes in Welsh on verso. VG. $225

Prisoners in Cangues Prisoners in Cangues
ETHCDV62. Ying Cheong, Artist and Photographer, Canton Road, Opposite Messrs. Mustard & Co. Shanghai. Two prisoners in cangues, a device that was used for public humiliation and corporal punishment in China and some other parts of East Asia and Southeast Asia until the early years of the twentieth century. It was also occasionally used for or during torture. Because it restricted a person’s movements, it was common for people wearing cangues to starve to death as they were unable to feed themselves. The label usually listed the offender’s name, address, and nature of the crime. The offender had to rely on passersby for food. VG. $375

Fiji Chief CDV Fiji Chief CDV
ETHCDV63. M. Dickson, Honolulu, H.I. Titled on verso “Fiji Chief.” G. $275

Fannie Virginia Casseopia Lawrence, Slave Child Fannie Virginia Casseopia Lawrence, Slave Child
ETHCDV64. CDV copyright 1863 by C.S. Lawrence, issued by Kellogg Brothers, Hartford, Conn. of “Fannie Virginia Casseopia Lawrence, a Redeemed Slave Child, 5 years of age. Redeemed in Virginia by Catharine S. Lawrence; Baptized in Brooklyn, at Plymouth Church, by Henry Ward Beecher, May, 1863.” VG. $350

CDV copyright 1863 by C.S. Lawrence, issued by Kellogg Brothers, Hartford, Conn. of "Fannie Virginia Casseopia Lawrence, a Redeemed Slave Child, 5 years of age. Redeemed in Virginia by Catharine S. Lawrence; Baptized in Brooklyn, at Plymouth Church, by Henry Ward Beecher, May, 1863." ethcdv65b
ETHCDV65. CDV copyright 1863 by C.S. Lawrence, issued by Kellogg Brothers, Hartford, Conn. of “Fannie Virginia Casseopia Lawrence, a Redeemed Slave Child, 5 years of age. Redeemed in Virginia by Catharine S. Lawrence; Baptized in Brooklyn, at Plymouth Church, by Henry Ward Beecher, May, 1863.” VG. $250

ethcdv69 Slave Children from New Orleans
ETHCDV69. Chas. Paxson, NY.  Rebecca. A Slave Girl from New Orleans.  No. 2. Copyright 1864 by S. Tackaberry. “The nett [sic] proceeds from the sale of these Photographs will be devoted to the education of Colored People in the department of the Gulf, now under the command of Maj. Gen’l Banks.” G. $150

ethcdv70 Slave Children from New Orleans
ETHCDV70. Chas. Paxson, NY. Our Protection. Rosa, Charley, Rebecca. Slave Children from New Orleans. No. 9. Copyright 1864 by S. Tackaberry.  “The nett [sic] proceeds from the sale of these Photographs will be devoted to the education of Colored People in the department of the Gulf, now under the command of Major General Banks.” G. $250

Fiske Jubilee Singers
ETHCDV71. 7 African-Americans, 1 white woman. I believe this is an image of the Fiske Jubilee Singers. The participants in this group changed regularly as it was made up of students at Fiske. Corners clipped o/w VG. $200


ETHCDV72. E. Hattorff, Hamburg. Singhalesen der Carl Hagenbeck’shen. Ceylon Expedition. VG. $125


ETHCDV73. E. Hattorff, Hamburg. Singhalesen der Carl Hagenbeck’shen. Ceylon Expedition. VG. $100

Reconstruction South Carolina Legislature
ETHCDV75. CDV of the “Radical Members of the So. Ca. Legislature. These are the photographs of 63 members of the reconstructed South Carolina Legislature, 50 of whom are negroes or mulattoes and 13 white. 22 read and write (8 grammatically), the remainder (41) make their mark with the aid of an amanuensis. Nineteen (19) are tax-payers to an aggregate amount of $146.10, the rest (44) pay no taxes, and the body levies on the white people of the state for $4,000.000.” All are identified by name and race on verso. G. (6920) $750