Main Library, 94 Rutledge Avenue. Caption on back: "Circulation Desk area. Charleston Free Library. All of following are here: Charging desk - books checked in, checked out, * shelves (fine editions collection), R collection (South Carolina collection), microfilm machine, work table, 2 book trucks for books, stove, registration files, registration desk, files for book cards. Circulation desk. 94 Rutledge Avenue. Rachel M. Raisin checking books out for borrowers."
Main Library, 94 Rutledge Avenue. Caption on back: "Left to right: Miss Clair Goldberg, Miss Nancy McBride, Miss Ruth Williams, Lt. Russell Goodacre, Miss Louise R. Perry, Mr. J. Kinloch Rivers, Mrs. Stephen L. Stulman, Mrs. DuBose Blakeney (in dark dress, making gestures), Mrs. Mary Dipon Long, Mr. William A. Pease, Jr. (in foreground), Mr. Harold Wade (top of head showing). Tuesday night Great Books group. Charleston Free Library. Main building. "
This is a photo album documenting a trip taken by a few members of the Agricultural Society of South Carolina on September 13-14, 1950 to North Carolina to consider whether coastal South Carolina could capitalize on the grape and wine industry as NC had so successfully done. The group visits an experiment station, inspects different vineyards, observes a harvest, and learns about varieties of muscadine grapes.
This photograph album documents a trip taken by members of the Agricultural Society of South Carolina from February 13, 1950 to February 18, 1950. The group visits ranches, reservations and an experiment station to observe Florida's growing beef-cattle industry.
Photograph of Avery's High School Chorus performing at a concert directed by D. Jack Moses. The female performers wear multicolored dresses and light-colored flowers in their hair. The male performers wear white shirts and pants with a colored sash.
Photograph of Avery High School's chorus and dancers performing during a concert directed by D. Jack Moses. Male dancers wear white shirts and pants with colored sashes and female dancers wear multicolored dresses.
Main Library, 94 Rutledge Avenue. Children and staff after completion of story time. Children's librarian Janie M. Smith is standing by window. Caption on back: "Charleston Free Library, Children's room just after end of story hour. This is a normal number for the weekly story hour."
Black-and-white photograph of two men observing pieces of grass. Text on back of image reads, "2*1856-29 SC- Charleston -10-24-50 Howard H. Lamar. St. Andrews Parish, S.C. W.H. Mickel, SCS work unit conservationist, H.H. Lamar, farmer, look at some Ky. 31 fescue grass and Ladino clover that was seed November 1949 and grazed during 1950. SCS Photo by John W. Busch. Please Credit Soil Conservation Service."