The College of Charleston Magazine is a monthly publication released by the College of Charleston's Chrestomathic Society during the academic year. This volume is comprised of the bound together publications from the months of October 1902-June 1903.
Black-and-white offset print reproduction depicting a boy after his confirmation ceremony. From Living London : its work and its play, its humour and its pathos, its sights and its scenes, Vol. 2, by George R. Sims.
See Samuel Lord Hyde Photographs,List of art on exhibit at the Palace of the Arts during the South Carolina Inter-State and West Indian Exposition (1901-1902). The exhibits highlighted paintings, sculpture and miniatures by American artists from 1730-1901. Index includes names of the artists and the catalogue number of their works.
German-language letter from the Vestry in recognition of the Ladies Bell and Clock Society for enabling the chime bells and tower clock to be installed in the Church steeple and the gift of a small table-bell as a symbol of high appreciation from the Church.
English-language letter from the Vestry in recognition of the Ladies Bell and Clock Society for enabling the chime bells and tower clock to be installed in the Church steeple and the gift of a small table-bell as a symbol of high appreciation from the Church.
Caricature by Eugene Zimmerman published in Judge. The text reads : 1 "How our friend Goldberg's hands look when he first notices a little shower coming up." 2 "But it is only natural that they should assume this shape if it rained MONEY."
Souvenir booklet entitled Glimpses of the South Carolina, Interstate and West Indian Exposition Including Some Characteristic Views of the City of Charleston and Scenes at the Pan-American Exposition Recently Held at Buffalo: 126 Half-tone Pictures and a Map of the Grounds. Booklet contains captioned photographs, including some with descriptive text. Measures 13 x 18 cm. Note: HCF's copy has 40 pages of this publication of which 38 pages are plates (photographs), and is therefore missing several pages based on the physical description in the WorldCat catalog record (128 plates and a folded map).
See Samuel Lord Hyde Photographs,This pamphlet, consisting entirely of illustrations, depicts the buildings, exhibits and statuary of the South Carolina Inter-State and West Indian Exposition. In addition to the Exposition snapshots, several images of contemporary Charleston are also included. The publisher is unknown. 1902. 43p.
Caricature by Eugene Zimmerman published in Judge. The text reads : --Goldheim: "Didt you hear der news? Blazupski is goin' to retire from bizness for sure." --Ickleheimer: "Yes, I know aboudt it. He toldt me since der fire-insurance company refused to carry his risk dere is no money in der clothing bizness."
Caricature by Eugene Zimmerman published in Judge. The text reads : --Mr. Cohen: "Remember, Shakey, you must be alvays ready if you aim to get rich in New York." --Jakey: "Yes, fadder. My motto in life shall be 'Ready, aim, fire!'"
Caricature by Emil Flohri published in Judge. The text reads : --Frayed Fagin: "I dreamed last night dat I found a t'ousand dollars." --Hardened Hobbs: "W'ot did yer do wid it?" --Frayed Fagin: "Chucked it away. I knew if I tried ter spend it I'd only wake up."
Caricature by Eugene Zimmerman published in Judge. The text reads : --Mrs. Gilhooly: "Oi should t'ink it wud be awful onhandy to go t'roo loife wid sich a lar-rge nose as you hov, Missus Goldberg." --Mrs. Goldberg: " Och, I don't know, Missus Gilhooly. I vouldn't sell dot nose fer all der money in der vorldt."