Caption: 'No.30. Interior view of Fort Sumter, Charleston, S.C. This picture gives an interior view of Fort Sumter, as taken the day after the evacuation, by Gen. Anderson, on the 14th April, 1861' Stereoview of Fort Sumter. A group of men can be seen in the rubble. This is a stereograph image which measures 3 1/2" X 7".
Distant view of Fort Sumter across the harbor from Fort Johnson. In foreground, is the front end of a vintage Packard. Shore with barbed wire stretched across is also visible. Handwritten on reverse: 'Photo 3/1/40 // M.B. Paine.' [#19 in Charleston parks and monuments series] Newspaper article glued to reverse: "Fort Johnson may be chosen as a National Historic Site." This is a 5" X 7" image.
Fort Sumter from Fort Johnson. Rocky shoreline is visible in the foreground. Handwritten on reverse: '55.' Possibly taken the same day as another Paine photo (see MK 871), so date is assumed to be 1940. This is image measures 3 3/4" X 4 3/4".
Caption: 'No.38. A view of Fort Sumter--Charleston, S.C., from the east. This picture of Fort Sumter gives a good view of the eastern, or sea face of Fort Sumter, with the Light House situated on the northeast corner' Date assumed to be 1865. This is a stereograph image which measures 3 1/2" X 7".
5" X 7" image of Fort Sumter. Close up view of the exterior wall. There are three men in uniform [Coast Guard] pictured to the right. Two are standing with their backs to the camera and one is just coming out of the doorway. The large sign that reads: 'Cable Crossing // Do Not Anchor' is visible to the far left. Dated 20 April 1930.
5" X 7" image of Fort Sumter. Close up of exterior wall with sign reading: Cable Crossing // Do Not Anchor. A cannon and a mortar are set up with cannonballs. The lighthouse is visible in the background. Two men are standing at the doorway. One man (on right) is in uniform [Coast Guard], the other is wearing a suit, tie and overcoat.