4" X 5" image of Osceola's grave at Fort Moultrie, Sullivan's Island. Two African-American children are in the image - one is laying on the ground to the right and the other is standing against the gate in the background at the left.
4" X 2 1/2" image of White Hall plantation, showing an older African American woman standing with two children (boys). She is wearing glasses and a turban. They are standing in front of a multi-sided outbuilding. There is a picket fence with other outbuildings to the left.
Research still unable to definitively determine which White Hall plantation this is. Donor had family ties to both this White Hall and the Whitehall in Savannah. Information in accession file seems to confirm the location as the White Hall in Colleton County; file read as 'near Sheldon Church in Beaufort County.'
1909 booklet advertising the Pine Forest Inn, a Summerville, S.C. resort which opened in 1891. The description emphasizes the Inn's luxury accomodations, and the beneficial climate and health benefits of wintering in Summerville