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21.  Henry Shaw Memorabilia. Certificate issued at Niagara Falls in 1840.

Henry Shaw Memorabilia. Certificate issued at Niagara Falls in 1840. 




22.  The original Henry Shaw Medal.

 



1933

23.  Henry Shaw Seal. Used for Garden publications. (Embosser).

 



1914

24.  Receipt from bounty hunter, Bernard Lynch to Henry Shaw itemizing costs incurred boarding captive enslaved persons, Sarah and Esther. Costs incurred arresting Esther and her subsequent sale to John D. Fondren of Vicksburg for $350. Dated July, 1855.

Receipt from bounty hunter, Bernard Lynch to Henry Shaw itemizing costs incurred boarding captive enslaved persons, Sarah and Esther. Costs incurred arresting Esther and her subsequent sale to John D. Fondren of Vicksburg for $350. Dated July 30th, 1855. Back of record. See PHO2020-043. 



1855

25.  Receipt from bounty hunter Benard Lynch for $100 to Henry Shaw itemizing costs incurred capturing enslaved person, Esther in Illinois and returning her to Saint Louis. Dated May 21st, 1855.

Receipt from bounty hunter Benard Lynch for $100 to Henry Shaw itemizing costs incurred capturing enslaved person, Esther in Illinois and returning her to Saint Louis. Dated May 21st, 1855. 



1855

26.  1853 tax statement (personal property tax) to the City of Saint Louis from Henry Shaw stating his ownership of 11 enslaved persons.

1853 tax statement (personal property tax) to the City of Saint Louis from Henry Shaw stating his ownership of 11 enslaved persons. 



1853

27.  1854 tax statement (personal property tax) to the City of Saint Louis from Henry Shaw stating his ownership of ten enslaved persons.

1854 tax statement (personal property tax) to the City of Saint Louis from Henry Shaw stating his ownership of ten enslaved persons. 



1854

28.  1855 tax statement (personal property tax) to the City of Saint Louis from Henry Shaw stating his ownership of four enslaved persons.

1855 tax statement (personal property tax) to the City of Saint Louis from Henry Shaw stating his ownership of four enslaved persons. 



1855

29.  United States Census record for 1850 showing Henry Shaw's ownership of nine enslaved people.

United States Census record for 1850 showing Henry Shaw's ownership of nine enslaved people. 



1850

30.  United States Census record for 1860 showing Henry Shaw's ownership of eight enslaved people.

United States Census record for 1860 showing Henry Shaw's ownership of eight enslaved people. 



1860

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