Letter from John Lynch to Bishop Patrick Lynch detailing the departure of one of the Bishop's overseers and the transfer of slaves among the plantations, and attempts by John to rent out one of the Bishop's properties. 1864. 2p.
Anna Lynch writes to Bishop Patrick Lynch asking him to save her some "blue satinet" in order to make an overcoat for their father. She mentions a fatal explosion in the arsenal in Charleston and their mother's intention to accompany the Bishop on his "foreign trip.” 1864. 2p.
1864 Letter to Mr. James B. Heyward from F.M. Fickling, representing Mr. Frank Myers, concerning rental payment for property that Heyward is leasing from Myers. The letter references the ongoing dispute between Heyward and Myers concerning the use of Confederate currency to pay the rent. 2p.
Black-and-white engraved portrait of historian Josephus (born Joseph ben Matityahu). Frontispiece to The works of Flavius Josephus, the learned and authentic Jewish historian, and celebrated warrior... translated by William Whiston, published Halifax: Milner and Sowerby.
Black-and-white offset print reproduction of the interior of the former synagogue on Rue Causserouge in Bordeaux, on the occasion of the installation of Chief Rabbi of Bordeaux Simon Lévy following the death of Chief Rabbi David Marx. Published in the October 1, 1864, edition of Le Monde illustré.
Color lithograph of the exterior of the exterior of the Alte Synagoge (Old Synagogue) in Stuttgart. Lithograph by F. Schlotterbeck after Hermann Herdtle. Printed and published Stuttgart: Lith. Anstalt v. B. Levi.