Excelsior: Journals of the Hutchinson Family Singers, 1842-1846

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List of Illustrations
Judson, Abby, John, and Asa, c. 1844xii
The Rainer Family, c. 1841xxii
"This is the first handbill the Hutchinsons ever had"xxv
Poster for Portsmouth, NH concert, 9 February 1942xxx
Cover page from manuscript journalxxxii
First page of manuscript journalxxxiii
View of Ballston, NY, c. 184042
Briare and Walker's Ice Cream Saloon and Knickerbacker Hall, c. 184249
John and Fanny Hutchinson, c. 1843103
Deacon Giles Distillery110
Croton reservoir, aqueduct, and the fountain in City Hall Park114
Cover of "The Vulture of The Alps"121
Handbill for 13 May 1843 concert in New York City127
Advertisement for appearance of Tom Thumb143
Advertisement for Mrs. Pelby's Wax Exhibition147
Ticket for 17 June 1843 concert157
"The Haunted Ground" as sung by the Fox Family207
The Hutchinson Family Singers, by George Endicott239
Cover of "Get Off the Track"253
The Harmoneons298
The Congo Melodists299
Frederick Douglass304
Hanover Square Rooms333
The Ethiopian Serenaders335
Poster for Leicester concerts in April 1846360
Ticket for 13 June 1846 Grand Farewell concert in Manchester362
Abigail Hutchinson Patton380
The Hutchinson Family as trio, c. 1850382

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