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."
Black-and-white photograph of two unidentified men attached to a color postcard of Magnolia Gardens. Writing on photograph reads, "Our maroon last summer - T.R.H." Writing on back of postcard reads, "Miss Minna McLeod, L.Y.L.C. Lebanon, Tenn."
This account book contains information relating to the domestic slave trade, compiled by, or for, Alonzo White, an auctioneer, broker, and commission agent in Charleston, SC. It includes lists of enslaved people, one list of agricultural goods, attached lists of enslaved people and calculations. Slave lists include amounts of money received from sales as well as the names, ages and other information related to the enslaved person's physical conditions, occupations, and skills. Sales listed are for the estate of Dr. J.W. Schmidt (plantation in St. Bartholomew's Parish, Colleton District and "city negroes"), J.I.H., W.P. Ingraham (Spring Hill and Benevento Plantations), Lieutenant Shubrick, the estate of Mrs. James Lowndes, J.W. Wilkinson, W.J. Grayson, S. Magwood, Charles Alston Jr., and Capt. D.N. Ingraham. Additional sales are for R. DeTreville, Col. J.P. Alston (of Waccamaw), W.M. Hunt, H.P. Walker, J. Motte Alston, Charles Kerrison, Chas. Bearing, Harmony [Plantation], the estate of Harriett Hamlin (Samuel H. Hamlin, administrator), A. & W. Middleton, the estate of W[illia]m S. Fenell, and J.L. Fabian.