Old Views Made New: Revealing the Past through Modern TechnologySouth Caroliniana Library (Lumpkin Foyer)
Jan 12, 2009 - Mar 28, 2009
Selected images from newly digitized photograph collections at the South Caroliniana Library demonstrate not only the richness of the Library’s collections, but the way in which digital technology can provide widespread access to delicate formats such as glass plate negatives. Subjects include the Carolina lowcountry, South Carolina railroads, white and African-American communities, and street scenes and historic buildings from around the state, as documented in the collections of E.E. Burson, Beulah Glover, Joseph E. Winter, and others.