Main Library, 94 Rutledge Avenue. Caption on back: "Planning the summer Vacation-in-Ideas discussion series at the Charleston County Free Library to begin Tuesday night, May 21, 1957, are, left to right, Mrs. Marion P. Lelong, […], Dr. Leon S. Kind, […], Mrs. Thomas N. Blockwick, [...], and William A. Pease, Jr., [...]."
Main Library, 94 Rutledge Avenue. Caption on back: "Part of the group of about 100 Cub Scouts and their den mothers who attended the regular story hour. Wednesday, Apr. 3, 1957, to hear Miss Janie Smith review 'Swiss Family Robinson.'"
Linocut depicting a courtyard in the Jewish quarter of Vilnius. Linocut by Samuelis Rozinas. From Vilnius : S. Rozino linoleumo raižiniai = Vil'n︠i︡us : grav︠i︡ury na linoleume S. Rozinasa = Vilnius : engravings by S. Rozinas, published Moscow: Moskva : Moskovckoe Otdelenie Khudozhestvennogo Fonda SSSR.
Village Branch Library, 430 Whilden Street, Mt. Pleasant. Caption on back: "Some of the 22 who completed the reading game at the Mt. Pleasant branch library shown at closing exercises Aug. 27, '57. Charleston S.C. County Library. Mt. Pleasant."
Sullivan's Island Branch Library. Caption on back: "Some of the 13 'graduates' and their friends at the closing exercises of the County library's summer reading game at the Sullivan's Island branch library, Charleston, S.C. Aug. 27, '57. Charleston County Library."
Correspondence from Lucia Brown, Chairman for the Teen-Age Program Committee, and M. M. Wainwright, Chairman of the Employed Personnel Committee, to Edith S. Murray, Teen-Age Program Director, regarding Coming Street Y.W.C.A. matters.
This six-page typed and illustrated newsletter for the Preservation Society of Charleston discusses Historic Charleston Foundation plans to launch fundraising efforts for its Ansonborough Rehabilitation Project Revolving Fund. Reports donations, issues with upcoming rehabilitation efforts, issues with parking in the Ansonborough area, and community opinions on the project.