3 1/2" X 7" stereograph image with caption on reverse: 'No.85. Interior view of ginning mills ginning sea island cotton, on Alex. Knox's Plantations, Mt. Pleasant, near Charleston, S.C.' Handwritten on reverse: 'The old man up by the window. OJS. Mch 26, 1875.' Pictured are two African-American men standing behind machinery with wheel cranks, out of which light colored fibers are flowing.
4" X 5" image of an outbuilding (slave cabin?) taken by a member of the American Association of Museums at their meeting held in Charleston to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the founding of the Charleston Museum. Handwritten below a similar image in scrapbook commemorating the meeting is written: 'Between The Wedge and Harrietta.' It is unknown on which property the building was located.
5 1/4" X 3 1/4" image with (only partially legible) '...to the ruin...___see Island house' handwritten on reverse. Assumed to mean the Jehossee Island house once owned by William Aiken. Two-story wood frame house with four men standing near the corner.
4" X 5" image of an outbuilding (smokehouse?) taken by a member of the American Association of Museums at their meeting held in Charleston to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the founding of the Charleston Museum.
4 3/4" X 6 3/4" image of Pine Grove Plantation. The main house has a portico with a porch and wooden railing that extends on either side. The stairway with wide concrete banisters ascends to the porch. The house is partially obscured by a large oak tree.
3 3/4" X 4 3/4" image with 'Entrance to plantation residence on the road to Wilmington from Charleston, S.C.' handwritten on reverse. Photograph shows a side view of the front steps and porch. An unidentified woman is standing at the top of the steps. A vintage car with four occupants is parked at the foot of the stairs