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.
7 3/4" X 4 3/4" image with 'The Haze (sic) ("Ingleside")' written on reverse and caption at bottom, front: 'Ingleside, S.C.' Image shows a two-story, brick house in a rural setting. There is a smaller outbuilding visible to the right. There are several people posed in front, including three African-American women. An ox-drawn cart is also out front carrying a woman and two children. A man stands at the ox's head and another at the rear of the wagon. A horse-drawn buggy is parked to the far right by the fence.
3 1/2" X 2 1/2" image with 'Millwood, flooded under Lake Santee' handwritten on reverse. Caption known to be in error. This image is not Millwood, but Millford in Sumter County. Millwood was burned at the end of the Civil War and was not flooded by the Santee-Cooper Project. The ruins of Millwood are still visible and open to the public. Image shows the front of a large house built in Greek Revival style, at least two stories, with columns.