A black and white aerial photograph of a building with mostly empty exhibit booths. Banner flags hang from the ceiling, a small crowd is moving about, a milk bar, and the names of some local businesses can be read. Such as: Vane's United Phonograph Co., Robinson's Bicycle Shop and Esso.
A black and white photograph of the Charleston Chamber of Commerce corn exhibit at the arcade mall in Columbia, South Carolina. The exhibit took place during the National Corn Show which was being held in Dallas, TX on February 10-24, 1914. A pennant reading, 'Charleston, SC' can be seen hanging in one of the windows among other patriotic decorations. Two men, W. McLeod Frampton and L.H. Mixson are in the photograph by the exhibit.
A black and white photograph of an exhibit booth by the Food Committee and Women's Defense Committee for 'Food for Defense.' Upon entering the exhibit the attendee is prompted with the question of, 'Are you a Perky or a Poky?' and then confronted with good and bad dietary choices. Dolls are used as an attempt to provide an example of a 'Perky' woman and a 'Poky' woman.