View of Washington Square Park. Monuments in image include statue of William Pitt the Elder, Washington Light Infantry monument, and General P. G. T. Beauregard monument. Page 9, Photo 1 of collection. 3.5" x 3.5" cyanotype print.
A black and white mounted photograph of one of three sides of a sliver chalice awarded as 'A premium from the Agricultural Society of So. [South] Carolina, to General [George] Washington for raising the largest jackass.' This side has an engraving of a donkey and the beginning and ending sentiments of the chalice.
Postcard of the brick and wrought iron doorway and gateway at the Simmons-Edwards House in Charleston, S.C. Back of postcard reads, "One of the very finest examples of dignity and beauty in doorway, steps, and ironwork is in this period approach."
Postcard of the Sword Gate at Simonton House in Charleston, S.C. Back of postcard reads, "The Simonton house at 32 Legare Street was built in 1776. These noted gates and gateway were placed here between 1815-1820. The sword gates are considered the finest examples of early wrought iron work."
This is a Sandy Island plantation journal written inside of the South Carolina and Georgia Almanac for the year 1797. The plantation journal documents the planting of crops (rice, corn and potatoes), slave records, accounts, the weather, and business relations with Laurel Hill Plantation.
Letter from Willie Williams, Jr. of Willie Williams Real Estate to Septima P. Clark regarding Community Development Act of Columbia, South Carolina and Housing and Community Development Act of 1974. Enclosed Community Development Act materials and Summary of the Housing and Community Development Act of 1974.
Photocopy of letter from President Jimmy Carter to Septima P. Clark thanking the recipient for participating in White House Ceremonies. Enclosed color photograph of Septima P. Clark shaking hands with President Jimmy Carter. Signed by Jimmy Carter with personal message.