4" X 5 1/4" image of two unidentified men pounding rice with a mortar and pestle, while a woman and a third man watch. Photo was taken during meeting of the American Association of Museums held in Charleston to commemorate the 150th Anniversary of the founding of the Charleston Museum. Similar images found in a scrapbook commemorating the meeting indicate this to be a live demonstration at the Santee Club.
Written on front, at side: 'Dixie Country Home, Geo. W. Williams, Chas. S.C.' 5 1/2" X 3 1/2" image of an exterior view of a brick house. Vintage car is parked in front and there is a large, moss covered oak in the foreground.
5" X 7" image of large group of men and women standing on the porch of a building. The porch has logs for columns. It appears to be the old Blake House which was bought in 1898 for the Santee Club. Group is identified as the members of the American Association of Museums when in Charleston for their annual meeting in 1923. This meeting coincided with the 150th anniversary of the Charleston Museum.
3 1/4" X 5 1/2" image of the front view of The Launch. Property is also known as Middleton's Plantation and sometimes referred to as Dr. Pope's residence. There is a vintage automobile parked in front.
The land is now part of the Santee Coastal Reserve managed by the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources.,Handwritten on reverse: Reserve of the Santee Gun Club, called Blake's Reserve as it was formerly part of Blake's Plantation. South Santee. South Carolina.' 8" X 10" image shows cypress trees growing in the water.