Photograph of the I.M. Pearlstine Building on Cumberland Street, located between East Bay and State Street, after the tornadoes of September 29, 1938, showing the damage done to the building. Portion of signage is visible at the right of the photograph, "I.M." and "Budwe[iser]"; signage for "Rex" is also on building (at left). Onlookers stand among the debris on the street.
Photograph of the ruins of a building on King Street after the tornadoes of September 29, 1938. Shows the debris of a completely demolished structure and the damaged roof of the neighboring building. Based on newspaper accounts, this is probably the site of the Rectory of the Church of the Sacred Heart at King and Huger Streets. Three men stand on the sidewalk facing the debris; other men are standing on a pile of debris.
St. Julian DeCosta standing in front of bushes. He is wearing a long sleeve shirt, tie and pants. Inscription reads [On front]"Chief DeCosta." [On back] "From your brother with love, St. Julian DeCosta for Chief DeCosta."
Miriam DeCosta Seabrook, Raymond T. DeCosta, and Herbert U. Seabrook, Jr. are standing outside in front of a brick chimney. Miriam is wearing a sleeveless dress, Raymond is wearing a suit, and Herbert is wearing a long sleeve shirt and shorts.