Charleston and Summerville, South Carolina, and upstate New York photograph album
The album contains 128 black and white photographs of landscapes, buildings, homes, boats, and farms in Charleston and Summerville, South Carolina, and unidentified areas in upstate New York. The Summerville photographs include photographs of a boarding house for teachers. The photographs of Charleston appear to be between 1880-1900 and show historic homes and buildings. The compiler of the album is unknown. All of the photographs appear to be of the same family.
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1.35 linear feet (1 oversize box)
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- Inventory of the Charleston and Summerville, South Carolina, and Upstate New York Photograph Album, 1880-1900s
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