Color image depicting south facade of McLeod Plantation. Writing on back of image reads, "1991 McLeod Plantation (James Island) South facade; originally the front of the house until 1925 when the portico was added to the north side."
A black and white copy of a letter from Michael J. Weller to J. Thomas Savage, then curator at the Historic Charleston Foundation. The letter is regarding a punch bowl with various engravings. It goes into detail about the bowl and requests more information on the bowl, if available.
Color photograph of Willie McLeod seated with birthday cake on table. Four other people standing around him. Writing on back of image reads, "Mr. Pope. Al Foy. Vivian Foy. John Haizlop. Mr William McLeod 100 years! Febr 4, 1985."
Color photograph, a Polaroid of two young boys sitting in front of a Christmas tree. Writing on front of image reads, "12/25/81 Shawn & Chris." Writing on back of image reads, "Livingston Boys of North Charleston. Christmas 1981."
Color photograph, on postcard, of group of 17 people (men, women, and children) standing on step of portico at McLeod Plantation. Writing on back of image reads, "Reunion at McLeod Plantation July, 1977."
Color photograph, on card, of church interior. Text under image reads, "St. James Episcpal Church, Charleston, South Carolina." Writing on back of card reads, "To wish you the special gifts of Christmas - peace, good will and abiding happiness. Rosa and Bob Dewios."
Color photograph of an outdoor church service. Writing on back of image reads, "2nd Sunday after Easter 1976. Outdoor service held annually at Old Sheldon by the rector & congregation of St. Helena's, Beaufort. Old Sheldon Church near Beaufort, S.C. Provided by J.F.H. Steele."
Color photograph of two men and two women, one wearing a wedding dress. Writing on back of image reads, "(Beverly Caldwell) Mr. Willie, Bob - Sharon & John. January 27th 73. St. Jame's Episcopal Church. Reception in Parish House."
Mrs. Larry T. Riggs, second from right, president of the Charleston Federation of Women's Clubs, unveils a plaque sponsored by the federation, commemorating the 50th anniversary of women students at the College of Charleston. Looking on are Miss Carrie Pollitzer, who was influential on obtaining entrance for women students, and Dr. Walter R. Coppedge, president. The plaque reads: "This plaque was given in honor of the Charleston Federation of Women and under the leadership of Carrie Pollitzer," photo provided by the News and Courier.
Color photograph depicting image of six people standing in front of McLeod Plantation. Writing on back of image reads, "McLeod house James Island, 1960. L-R -(?) Rose M.L.Barnwell, Dr. E.H. Barnwell (?) W.E. McLeod (?)."
Black-and-white photograph of a man in hat kneeling on ground next to a tree. Writing on back of image reads, "Robert Watt - June 1955. Corsicana, Texas. This is a picture we slipped in as we mailed Daddy's letter to you. We all enjoyed you so very much. Suena [?] Lilly Watt."
Black-and-white photograph of line of slave cabins on McLeod Plantation. Writing on back of image reads, "McLeod Plantation, James Island, S.C. - Part of "The Street" looking west away from the "Big House" 1954."
Black-and-white photograph depicting line of slave cabins on McLeod Plantation property. Writing on back of image reads, "McLeod Plantation - James Island, S.C. "The Street" looking east to the "Big House" 1954".
Black-and-white photograph of two men, two women, and two young girls standing on steps. Writing on back of image reads, "McLeod Plantation, Spring of 1953. Phoebe Rhett Baird (center) with her husband and two young daughters. Right W.E. McLeod next to right Rose McLeod Barnwell."
This collection consists of select photographs from the 'Charleston County Pasture Tour, 1951' photograph album. The photographs depict walks through pastures, cattle, demonstrations, group photos and a shared meal.
This is a photo album documenting a trip taken by a few members of the Agricultural Society of South Carolina on September 13-14, 1950 to North Carolina to consider whether coastal South Carolina could capitalize on the grape and wine industry as NC had so successfully done. The group visits an experiment station, inspects different vineyards, observes a harvest, and learns about varieties of muscadine grapes.
This photograph album documents a trip taken by members of the Agricultural Society of South Carolina from February 13, 1950 to February 18, 1950. The group visits ranches, reservations and an experiment station to observe Florida's growing beef-cattle industry.
Black-and-white photograph of two men observing pieces of grass. Text on back of image reads, "2*1856-29 SC- Charleston -10-24-50 Howard H. Lamar. St. Andrews Parish, S.C. W.H. Mickel, SCS work unit conservationist, H.H. Lamar, farmer, look at some Ky. 31 fescue grass and Ladino clover that was seed November 1949 and grazed during 1950. SCS Photo by John W. Busch. Please Credit Soil Conservation Service."
A black and white photograph taken from behind a man standing who is giving a presentation behind a table of vegetables. The attendees and participants are outside of a building owned by Coburg Dairy with a list of 'Rental Terms' on the exterior wall.
A black and white photograph of a man giving a presentation while standing at a table with vegetables. A caption on the back of the photo indicates that the event was in partnership with Coburg Dairy with 75 attendees present. The names of some of those pictured are: Frampton, Wallace [?], Barres [?], Harvey [?], [illegible], and Lingwick [?].
A black and white photograph of a man, young boy and a steer that was awarded a ribbon and title of Champion Steer in a 4-H Club competition at the Charleston Agricultural and Industrial [? Illegible] Fair.
Black-and-white image depicting view towards the Wappoo Creek from the McLeod Plantation residence. Writing on back of image reads, "McLeod Plantation, James Island, looking north from the house towards Wappoo Creek. About 1942."