Photograph album of Laura M. Bragg, 1881-1978. Bragg was the founder and first librarian of the Charleston Free Library in 1931 and was the director of the Berkshire Museum in Pittsfield, Massachusetts from 1932-1939. Includes Citadel and Virginia Military Institute commencement invitations, postcards and photographs of Miss Bragg with Chinese cadets.
Black-and-white photograph of 4 men and 4 women outside. Writing on back of image reads, "John P. and Talulah Hay Ellis Fort and their children taken about 1910. Front, L to R: Kate, John P., Talulah, Martina. Rear, L to R: Susan, Will, Tom, John."
Photograph of thirty-seven students from the Avery Institute standing on the school's main staircase outside of the building. Caption on back: "Picture Includes: Catherine A. Walker; Erma Pequette - Teacher at Burke; Mary Ann McFall - Teacher at Burke; Marie Patrick Tobin - Teacher; Sadie Gaillard Fielding"
Early 1900s (1917?) picture of Harry Blas' immediate family (Harry was not yet born) in Lodz, Poland. Left to right: Harry Blas' sister, Malka Krant (Blass),sister Freida Blass (on mother's lap),mother, Sara Blass,father, Peretz Blass,brother, Josef(?) Blass (died of pneumonia before the war). Picture sent to Harry Blas' aunt, Esther Blass in Montevideo, Uruguay.
Postcard photograph measuring 5 1/2" X 3 1/2" of Ft. Sumter. Shows fort with lighthouse and large building. Handwritten on reverse: 'Fort Sumter, Charleston S.C., 44' [#44 in series on Charleston parks and monuments].
This circa 1913 photograph was taken in London, England, and shows Francine's family on her father's side. First row, left to right: Aunt Pearl (Paula) Laufer (Lefer); Joseph Laufer (Lefer) (Francine's cousin); Alice Ajzensztark (Francine's aunt); Anna Ajzensztark (Francine's cousin). Back row, left to right: Henri Ajzensztark (Francine's cousin); David Ajzensztark (Francine's cousin); Mortre Mendel Ajzensztark (Francine's father); Max Ajzensztark (Francine's uncle).