A receipt of funds transferred from Capt. A. Steele to John Willettbill for attending to the health of Steele's family, and the families of people Steele enslaves, including "negro Tom" and a "negro child" (sometimes abbreviated to "n. child"). The receipt is dated March 13th, 1807.
An undated tin type photograph of an unidentified Black woman, possibly enslaved, holding an unidentified white child. The fabric label has a faded caption that may say: "Batsy/Patsy/Becky - Mammy with one of Tom Bullitt's." It is unknown which of Thomas Bullitt's children is pictured, nor the exact name of the woman holding him. Due to the short-lived popularity of tin type photographs, this photograph may be dated around the mid-1860s to mid-1870s.