South Carolina Inter-State and West Indian Exposition (1901-1902 : Charleston, S.C.)
- Existence: 19011201 - 19020620
- Charleston (S.C.) (Other)
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: Mss 1034-054
Collection Overview Most letters (1882-1909) are dated June and July 1889 and deal with Cohen's successful defense of Thomas Ballard McDow, who shot and killed Francis Warrington Dawson during an altercation in McDow's Charleston home. Most are congratulatory letters from writers such as R.N. Goldsmith, Charleston Mayor William A. Courtenay, E. Dreyfous of the New York City Police Department, M.R. Samuels (who comments on Francis Warrington Dawson) and Robert Chisolm (who notes the "divine right of self...
Identifier: Mss 0089
Collection Overview The collection consists of two photograph collections and three typescript copies of articles written by Hyde. The photographs in the collection are of the South Carolina Inter-State and West Indian Exposition, 1901-1902, or were taken in the Lake Moultrie vicinity during the construction of the lake. The photographs of the Exposition consist of 25 prints mounted in an album, and depict buildings designed by Bradford Gilbert, a New York architect, and sculptures created by Louis C. Gudebrod,...
Dates: 1901-1902, 1939
Identifier: Mss 0132
Collection Overview The photographs were assembled primarily by Robert N. S. Whitelaw, and the text was prepared by Alice F. Levkoff for a book about the social history, natural disasters, and architecture of Charleston, South Carolina. Many images are classic views of the City, and many of the City's principal buildings are represented in some of the earliest and best photographs of them known to have been taken. A large number of buildings were subsequently damaged or altered, and some no longer survive. The...
Dates: approximately 1885-approximately 1989