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Portrait of John Henry Livingston (1746-1825)
Portrait of John Henry Livingston (1746-1825), who served as the fourth president of Queen's College from 1810 to 1825, by an unidentified American artist.
Livingston College Center
Color photograph of the Livingston Student Center on Livingston Campus at Rutgers University.
Portrait of William Livingston (1723-1790)
Portrait of William Livingston, first governor of New Jersey after the American Revolution, and namesake of Livingston Campus. Engraving from an original portrait in the possession of the family.
Run away...Nell, who formerly belonged to Robert J. Livingston
A black woman named Nell ran away from slaveholder Isaac Kingsland in Bergen County. Her master's ad mentions that Nell formerly belonged to Robert J. Livingston, a New York merchant. Isaac Kingsland describes the clothing Nell wore and took with her…
Run away from Philip Livingston [unnamed African man]
Slaveholder and slave trader Philip Livingston offers a reward of three dollars for the capture of an African man who escaped from Livingston in New York City. The man does not speak any Dutch or English, suggesting that he was only recently brought…