Work on paper in watercolor and ink. Pink church surrounded by trees in center. Large trees stand to left and right of church, line of trees in background. Lower portion of white building with brown door partially visible to right of church in background. Two wood gates in left foreground with dirt path leading to church in center foreground. Handwritten note below image identifies building as a church in St. Bartholomew's Parish, burned down by British soldiers and rebuilt after Revolutionary War.
Work on paper in watercolor dated 1800. White church with three windows to left of door in center. Two men stand on road that leads to church door. Handwritten note identifies building as church in St. Andrews, built in 1706, with an organ destroyed by British soldiers.
Illustrations of Charleston buildings from 1886 with accompanying article. The buildings shown are the Old Charleston Jail, the Marine Hospital, the Charleston Orphan House, Citadel Square Church, and the Roper Hospital. The article gives a detailed description about the interior of the Charleston Orphan House.
Caption: 'Cook's Earthquake Views of Charleston and Vicinity. Taken after the 31st of August, 1886. No.117, Citadel Square Baptist Church.' Also, handwritten at bottom, front: 'Charleston Earthquake scene - Citadel Square Baptist Church.'
Caption: 'Cook's Earthquake Views of Charleston and Vicinity. Taken after the 31st of August, 1886. No.76, First Baptist Church, front.' Handwritten at bottom, front: 'Charleston Earthquake scene - First Baptist Church, Church Street.'
Work on paper in watercolor. Landscape with body of water in foreground leading to left side of image, trees and red building in center. Trees on either side of building and a forested area in background. Handwritten note identifies building as Pompion Hill Chapel.