Black-and-white offset print reproduction of the interior of the 1822 building of the Synagogue de Nazareth, located on the Rue Notre-Dame-de-Nazareth, in Paris. Reproduction of a lithograph by Jules-Robert-Pierre-Joseph Challamel after an original drawing by the Marquis de Villeneuve. Published in the December 5, 1846, edition of L'Illustration.
Letter from Will Barnwell, Laurel Bay plantation, to William H. W. Barnwell, Charleston. Barnwell fondly recalls the family's last visit to the plantation and informs William H. W. Barnwell of his attempts to attend church on Sundays. A note attached to a later letter describes Will as the former body servant of William H. W. Barnwell's father, Robert, who was freed, with a pension, upon his master's death and lived at Laurel Bay. February 19, 1846.
Letter from F. Wurdemann, Limonar, Cuba, to William H. W. Barnwell describing his harrowing experience with customs as he smuggled religious material into Cuba, how he distributed the materials and the people he met, including a "married" priest. January 7, 1846.
Black-and-white engraving of the exterior of the Semper-Synagoge (Semper Synagogue), also known as the Dresdner Synagoge (Dresden Synagogue) or Alte Synagoge (Old Synagogue). Engraving by P. Röhrich. From Erinnerungen an merkwürdige Gegenstände und Begebenheiten, Volume 23. Published Prague: C.W. Medau und Comp.