Work on paper in ink and watercolor dated 1796. Fort with flag raised in right side of image and houses in left. Ships are visible in background, and soldier is in left foreground. Sketch dated July 4, 1796.
Work on paper in watercolor. Winding dirt trail begins in right foreground and leads to body of water near center. Trees on right side of image and small house on left. River and tree line in background. Handwritten note identifies scene as Mepkin Plantation.
Work on paper in watercolor and ink. Pink church surrounded by trees in center. Large trees stand to left and right of church, line of trees in background. Lower portion of white building with brown door partially visible to right of church in background. Two wood gates in left foreground with dirt path leading to church in center foreground. Handwritten note below image identifies building as a church in St. Bartholomew's Parish, burned down by British soldiers and rebuilt after Revolutionary War.
Work on paper in watercolor dated 1800. White church with three windows to left of door in center. Two men stand on road that leads to church door. Handwritten note identifies building as church in St. Andrews, built in 1706, with an organ destroyed by British soldiers.
Work on paper in watercolor. House in center mostly hidden by trees. Long reflecting pool in left foreground and road in center foreground. Handwritten note indicates that building is Ashley Hall Plantation.
Work on paper in watercolor dated 1803. Four-story white building with smaller structure to left. Trees to left in center and in right foreground. Handwritten note identifies building as Ashley Hall Plantation.
Work on paper in ink and watercolor dated 1796. View across the water to a row of houses along the Battery. A yellow-orange, pink, and larger white house stand flanked by smaller white supporting structures. A sailboat with a red sail sits in front of the land while a larger ship to the right of both the boat and land sails away out of the image.
Bookboards to Charles Fraser's disassembled sketchbook, with notes attached to and inscribed on inside. Notes are posthumously-written statements of transferred ownership, dated 1909 and 1938. Work on paper.
Work on paper in watercolor and ink. Four small houses on horizon with trees between each house in background. River wraps around marsh grass with riverbank in foreground. Three large trees with Spanish moss stand on riverbank to right of marsh grass.
Work on paper in watercolor. Top: castle gate with hills and embankments in foreground. Bottom: riverbank with people in foreground, castle walls and mountains in background. Handwritten note identifies site depicted in paintings as Conway Castle.
Work on paper in watercolor. Man sitting under large tree and another man on horse in foreground. Castle and hills in background. Handwritten note identifies the Castle as Lea Castle in Ireland, and the tree as a chestnut tree that is nine yards in circumference.
Work on paper in watercolor. Landscape with body of water in foreground leading to left side of image, trees and red building in center. Trees on either side of building and a forested area in background. Handwritten note identifies building as Pompion Hill Chapel.
Work on paper in watercolor and ink dated 1796. Large, white Georgian style two story house is fronted by a clear blue stream. In this frontal view, the symmetrical house has two chimneys and four windows on each floor. First floor has elaborate double door while immediately above it on second floor, there is an elaborate window. House is sided by a less ornate taupe building to its left, half hidden by a grove of trees. To the main house's right, a smaller brick support building stands behind an impressive brick and iron gate. Horse-drawn carriage is found waiting outside of the gate. Water visible in background to right of smaller building. Grass visible in foreground, between viewer, water, and house.
Work on paper in watercolor and ink dated 1785. Shell of church in center: pink with shite interior, columns around exterior. Two men and horse stand near church. Handwritten note identifies building as ruins of the Sheldon Church, burned by British soldiers in 1781.
Work on paper in watercolor and ink. Top: irregularly shaped rock with water and towering church in background. Bottom: mouth of cave with water in background. Handwritten notes identify sites depicted in paintings.
Work on paper in watercolor. Red church in center background. Horse and buggy with two passengers and separate rider on horseback on road to church. Handwritten note identifies building as St. James' Church in Goose Creek.