Bill of Sale for a slave named London, sold by Tabatha Wheeten to Nathaniel Willmarth in 1722 in the County of Bristol, Massachusetts bay, New England. Willmarth was the great grandfather of an uncle by marriage to Elisha Slye, only survivor of a family which came to Minneapolis in 1856.
Photographs of Minnesota Volunteers, 1861 to 1866, from the Whitney Negatives, now owned by Edward A. Bromley, Minneapolis, Minnesota. A collection of mounted Cartes-de-visite (card photographs)-size portrait photos, with a few of larger size. Not all photos listed in printed index are present.