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Photograph of P.T. Barnum and his great-grandson, Henry Rennell. Signed by P.T. Barnum. Back caption: "In Sweet Remembrance of Paul Smith's Hotel - PT Barnum, July 30th 1887."

Photograph of Nancy Fish Barnum, P.T. Barnum's second wife. Photograph is signed, "Sincerely yours, N. Barnum, Aug. 25, 1888." Back Caption: "Married P.T.B. 9/16/1874."

Photograph of P.T. Barnum.

Photograph of Nancy Fish Barnum, P.T. Barnum's second wife. Back reads, "Paul Smith [Jr.?] with kind regards of the original, Aug. 29th/88."

Photograph of Nancy Fish Barnum, P.T. Barnum's second wife. Back is signed, "Mrs. Paul Smith with Compliments of Mrs. P.T. Barnum, Aug 29th/88, Nancy Fish Barnum."

Photograph of the September 15th, 1885 train wreck which killed Jumbo the elephant, of Barnum & Bailey Circus fame. Jumbo was struck by a train at a railroad yard in St. Thomas, Ontario, Canada. Jumbo is most likely on the other side of the train in…

Print of a painting of P.T. Barnum.

Photograph of an unidentified train engineer at Paul Smith's Hotel.

Photograph of unidentified female workers on the porch of the General Store at Paul Smith's Hotel. Caption: "Store - upstairs entrance in background, Portico sandstone slab holding up the girls arms."

Photograph of female employees at Paul Smith's Hotel. One of the women is holding a child with a "Please Keep Off" sign. "Kate Whitford" is written on the dress of right-most woman in the photograph.

Photograph of unidentified bellhops at Paul Smith's Hotel. Taken in front of the "Annex."

Photograph of loggers with draft horses at Paul Smith's Hotel.

Photograph of a man standing next to a large log on a horse-drawn cart in front of Smith Cottage at Paul Smith's Hotel.

Photograph of an unidentified worker on a horse-drawn mower at Paul Smith's Hotel. The hotel can be seen in the background.

Photo postcard of Paul Smith's Hotel gardeners with vegetables, tools, and a sign that reads "Paul Smith's Hotel Garden 1908." Back reads: "Best Regards from Ch. Moyer, to Mr. S. Moeller [?] Monticello Ave., Edenwald, NY."
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