Black and white negative of landscape of oak trees, Spanish moss and view of the Beaufort River and bridge; Postcard series; Culp wrote "Moss of Bay - Bridge" on envelope containing the negative, 1941; Negative is fragile; Negative has tear in upper left corner; crack in mid-right to almost the center of the negative; 17 x 12 cm.
This 1941 false identification was used by Anna Philine Nathans-Paerl, mother of Vera Nathans. Anna used this identification during the war until it was discovered that she was Jewish and then she was sent to Bergen-Belsen.
Photographs of time spent at Medway Plantation, Sea Island (Ga. ), Cypress Gardens (S. C. ), the Hutton family's Laurel Spring Plantation (S. C. ). Also includes Sidney's departure to Washington D. C. for World War II, a visit from British commander Sir John Dill, and visits from Charlie and Katherine Biddle, Armant Legendre, Morris Legendre, designer Marion Hall, and Charleston lawyer Ben Scott Whaley. Also includes family photographs taken by Toni Frissell and a Toni Frissell photo shoot for Harper's Bazaar magazine staged at Medway (models include Ruth Ackerman, Sandra Payson, Mary Fenwick, Bokara, and Landine.
A copy of the typed minutes of a meeting held in Admiral William Henry Allen's office on October 1, 1941, concerning what should be done about vice conditions in the city of Charleston. Also included is a letter from Charleston Mayor Henry W. Lockwood expressing concern that the testimony in the minutes was "doctored" as there is some testimony missing from what he remembered. Those listed as present at the meeting include Admiral William Henry Allen (U.S.N.), Lieut. Ernest Burnwell (U.S.N.R.), W. M. Sanders, Jr., Mayor Henry W. Lockwood, Chief Chris H. Ortman (City Police), Hall T. McGee (Chamber of Commerce), James J. Lamb (Pres. Jr. Chamber of Commerce), Chief Daniel S. Mott (county police), S. A. Cothran (News and Courier), Mr. Collison (Evening Post), Lt. Col. A. K. Brown, Col. Randolph A. Coyle (U.S.M.C.), Lt. Comdr. Raymond K. Marron (U.S.C.G), Chris Limehouse (Chairman County Police Commission), Col. C. D. Peirce, Henry J. Mann, Lieut. Peyton Anderson (U.S.N.R.), Captain A. N. Baker (U.S.N.), and Chaplain C. M. Sitler (U.S.N.).