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Boy standing in front of house.
“Unidentified boy stands in front of a house. He is wearing pants tucked into stockings and a jacket. He is holding a cap.”
Photograph from the Miriam DeCosta Seabrook and Herbert U. Seabrook Papers, 1882-1995 held by the Avery Research Center at the College of Charleston.
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Middleton Gardens, Charleston, S.C.
“Postcard of the gardens at Middleton Place near Charleston, S.C.”
Postcard from the Leah Greenberg Postcard Collection held by the College of Charleston Libraries.
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Blue Depths.
“Oil on masonite; 96 in. x 48 in.”
Painting from the Corrie McCallum papers, c. 1930-2003 held by the College of Charleston Libraries.
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A number of malojas.
“A man with a lot of malojas (leaves and stalks of indian corn) carried by his mule.”
Photograph from the Eola Willis Cuban photograph collection, circa 1895-1910 held by the College of Charleston Libraries.
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Campus.
“Photograph of a cat near books on the steps of an unidentified campus building.”
Photograph from the College of Charleston Buildings and Grounds Photograph Collection held by the College of Charleston Libraries.
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A Highland Home, Scotland.
“Photograph depicts two women having tea outside a thatched roof home. Title and “373 (12702)” on label.”
Slide from the Keystone View Company Lantern Slides, 1892-1912 collection held by the College of Charleston Libraries.
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Castle Geyser, Yellowstone National Park.
“Embossed on front: “53313-Castle Geyser, Yellowstone National Park. Copyright, 1898, by the Photocrom Co.”“
Image from the William Henry Jackson Photochrom Collection, 1898-1905 held by the College of Charleston Libraries.
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Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity Pin.
George A. Byrd’s Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity from the College of Charleston chapter, c. 1918.
Artifact from the Pierrine Smith Byrd Papers, 1919-1991 collection held by the College of Charleston Libraries.
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Caribbean Flamingos (Phoenicopterus ruber).
Photograph from the John Henry Dick Collection held by the College of Charleston Libraries.
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"A Sarah Bernhardt"
“Note from Rosenthall: New York 1976 at $15.”
Portrait from the William A. Rosenthall Judaica Collection - Prints and Photographs held by The College of Charleston Libraries.
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Page 27 from the “G. E. du P. S.” Photograph Album, 1902.
“This album is comprised of photographs of Gertrude Sanford Legendre and other members of her family, including her grandfather, Stephen Sanford, her mother, Ethel Sanford, her siblings, Stephen and Sarah Jane Sanford, her husband, Sidney Legendre, and her brother-in-law, Morris Legendre.”
Page from the “G. E. du P. S.” Photograph Album, 1902, Gertrude Sanford Legendre Papers, 1844-1996 held by the College of Charleston Libraries.
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Opening the flood-gates — flooding a rice field at High Tide, South Carolina, U.S.A.
Photograph from the College of Charleston Stereoscope Views held by the College of Charleston Libraries.
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Pincus skiing instruction 1946.
"Photograph of a moment of leisure near Simbach, Germany, 1946. Left to right: Pincus, Bob Mendler, Sam Samuels."
Photograph from the Pincus Kolender Papers, circa 1915-1996 held by the College of Charleston Libraries.
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On September 15, 1978 Muhammad Ali defeated Leon Spinks to win the world heavyweight boxing title for the third time in a row.
Muhammad Ali action figure.
"Plastic action figure depicting Muhammad Ali "The Champ.""
Artifact from the Walter Pantovic Artifact Collection held by the Avery Research Center at the College of Charleston.
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Letter from Claude Debussy to Meltzer, July 31, 1907.
"Handwritten letter confirming rendezvous with Metlzer. Typed translation included."
Letter form the Charles Henry Meltzer Papers, 1839-1940 held by the College of Charleston Libraries.
Letter from Claude Debussy to Meltzer, July 31, 1907.
"Handwritten letter confirming rendezvous with Metlzer. Typed translation included."
Letter form the Charles Henry Meltzer Papers, 1839-1940 held by the College of Charleston Libraries.