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Pictorial South CarolinianaGeorge S. Cook, daguerreotype, 1847, of unidentified woman holding a book and wearing gilt-highlighted jewelry; interior of case inscribed "Geo. S. Cook, Artist, Natchez, Miss., June 7th '47."
Kensington Art Studio (Brooklyn, N.Y.), photograph, 1886, "View in Charleston, S.C., after the Earthquake, August 31st, 1886," picturing African-Americans living in tents.
Reckling & Sons ( photographers, Columbia, S.C.), photograph, ca. 1905, of D[uncan] C[linch] Heyward (1864-1943), inscribed "Very truly your friend, D.C. Heyward."
Rev. Joseph Armstrong DeLaine,(1898-1974), eight photographs, 1951-1952 and undated, showing the Clarendon County school desegregation effort of the early 1950s, including NAACP officers, Liberty Hill A.M.E. Church, Scott's Branch School, Summerton, the Rev. J.A. DeLaine, and Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Lemon.
J.A. Palmer (Aiken, S.C.), stereograph, undated, of turpentine still.
Hubbard & Mix, Practical (photographers, Beaufort), carte-de-visite, ca. 1866, depicting two sweetgrass baskets displayed on a table.
Hubbard & Mix and Erastus Hubbard, eight cartes-de-visite, ca. 1864-1866, of the Beaufort area showing DeTreville House, Thomas Rhett House, New Street, Bay Street, West and Bay Streets, and a photographic studio.
Coxe Studio (Greenville, S.C.), twenty-three photographs, ca. 1945-1955, of Chicopee Cotton Mill village, Walhalla, in color and black-and-white , showing before and after views of "modernized" village, owned by Victor-Monoghan until purchased by Chicopee Company in 1945.
Harry Molyneux King, forty-one photographs, ca. 1898-1899, of Columbia and area. Views include the State House, State Dispensary, Trinity Episcopal Church, Cayce House, Hampton-Preston House, Columbia Canal, and Broad River dam. King's unit, the First Rhode Island Volunteers, trained at Camp Fornance in Columbia from November 1898 through March 1899.
Thirty-six postal cards, 1907-1948 and undated, of various locations and scenes in South Carolina, including Vosburg Co. Store, Cash; Camp Bob Cooper, Manning; C.T. Moore's store, Bennettsville; Seneca depot; Pythian Hall, Mt. Pleasant; Columbia trolley-train wreck, 1911; and Charleston High School No. 1.
Fifty-nine postal cards, 1908-1934 and undated, of various locations and scenes in South Carolina, including polo grounds at Camden; chain gang, Columbia; tobacco market, Conway; Keystone Mill, Drake; selling cotton, Darlington; El-Bethel Church, Spartanburg; and Main Street, Williston.
Fifty-five postal cards, 1907-1951 and undated, of various locations and scenes in South Carolina, including Murchison High School, Bennettsville; cotton market, Gaffney; Ancient Gaol, Orangeburg; and Old Mill, Timmonsville.
Forty-eight postal cards, 1908-1937 and undated, of various locations and scenes in South Carolina, including Oyster Canning Factory, Port Royal; bath houses, Myrtle Beach; Southern Depot and Cotton Compress, Sumter; Main Street, Springfield; Brogan Mill, Anderson; and B & S Grille, Coosawhatchie.
Ten postal cards, 1944, 1951, 1954 and undated, of various locations and scenes in South Carolina, including cannery at Fairfax; Main Street, Ridgeland; and East Main Street, Spartanburg.
Richard Warren, color lithograph, 1993, of "Rutledge Mounted Riflemen, 1861-1865," plate no. 682 in Military Uniforms in America.
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