Four photographs on the page. Top left: Tugboat and other ships in a floating dry dock in the Charleston Harbor (possibly Charleston Shipbuilding). Top right: View of the Charleston waterfront from the Ashley River. Some of the landmark buildings visible in the background include St. Matthew's Church, Francis Marion Hotel, St. John's Lutheran Church, Unitarian Church, St. Philip's Church, People's Building, St. Michael's Church, and West Point Rice Mill. Bottom left: View of the Charleston waterfront from the Cooper River. Some of the landmark buildings visible in the background include Fort Sumter Hotel, St. Michael's Church, St. Philip's Church, U.S. Customhouse, and several wharves. Bottom right: Two cars on the Ashley River Bridge, one heading east and one heading west. View of the Charleston waterfront in the background.
Meeting minutes volume kept by the Kahal Kadosh Beth Elohim Board of Trustees, 1916-1928. The entries in this volume concern all discussions regarding synagogue business, finances, memberships. The minutes also discuss supporting troops during World War I, as well as correspondences and meetings with the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, and preparations for the 100th Anniversary of the Reform Judaism in America.
Four aerial views of Charleston looking across the peninsula. Top left: Looking northeast, possibly from St. Michael’s Church, showing Broad Street and the area to its north bounded by East Bay Street, and possibly Queen Street. Cars are parked along the street. Landmarks include the Confederate Home and its rear dormitory apartments, People's Building, Old Exchange Building, and the corner of Broad and Church Streets showing the Bank of South Carolina Building (50 Broad Street) before it was restored. A faint view of the U.S. Customhouse is at the far left. Top right: Looking southeast, possibly from the Francis Marion Hotel, with Meeting Street bisecting the view at a diagonal. Landmarks include the U.S. Customhouse, Charleston Hotel, People’s Building, and St. Philip’s Church. Bottom left: Looking south on King Street, possibly from the Francis Marion Hotel, showing King Street from approximately 360 King down to the bend near Market Street, and the view east of King Street. Vehicles can be seen on King Street. Landmarks include the Masonic Temple Building (270 King Street), the tower of the Peoples First National Bank Building (also known as the Hirsh Israel Building, 275 King Street), and the Hotel Calhoun (238-242 King Street). Bottom right: Looking southwest, possibly from St. Michael’s Church, toward James Island. Landmarks include the Fort Sumter House (1 King Street), Col. John Ashe House (32 South Battery), rear of First Scots Presbyterian Church (57 Meeting Street), Miles Brewton House (27 King Street), and the north elevation of the John E. Poyas House (69 Meeting Street).
Four aerial views of Charleston looking across the peninsula. Top left: Looking northeast, possibly from City Hall. Landmarks include the rear dormitory apartments of the Confederate Home, St. Philip's Church, and the U.S. Customhouse. Top right: Looking north on Meeting Street, possibly from St. Michael’s Church, and showing the view west of Meeting Street. Vehicles, including a trolley car, can be seen on the street. Landmarks include the Timrod Hotel, Mills House Hotel, Fireproof Building, Circular Church, and Francis Marion Hotel (in the distance). Bottom left: Looking east on Calhoun Street, possibly from the Francis Marion Hotel, and showing the view east and west of Calhoun Street. Vehicles can be seen on the street. Landmarks include the Calhoun Monument in Marion Square, Citadel Square Baptist Church, and Emanuel A.M.E. Church. Bottom right: Looking north possibly from St. Michael’s Church. Landmarks include St. John's Lutheran Church, Unitarian Church, Grace Episcopal Church, and the Charleston Orphan House (in the distance at right).
Photograph with inscription, "Mr. Benjamin Cox (Principal) standing at podium addressing weekly Chapel meeting. Mrs. Cox seated at extreme right. Miss Clyde (teacher) seated at left of Mr. Cox. Student body, faculty, principal B.F. Cox at podium in Avery Auditorium"
Souvenir program for what appears to be a U.S. Navy event that occurred in Charleston during the Coolidge administration. Focuses on the U.S. Navy, with naval history and lists of ships and ship personnel, and historical information about the Charleston Navy Yard. Also provides Charleston history and information on various sites, including churches. Advertisements for local businesses, many of which are directed specifically to the Navy visitors, are interspersed throughout.  p., ill., 22 x 30 cm.
Pencil on paper, 34cm x 26cm. Front contains a drawing, measurements, and descriptions of an old stone and marble minor palazzo in Venice, Italy. Back includes drawings, measurements, and descriptions of architectural details in Venice, Italy, including a stone balcony and a small window.