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The Lucille Hasell Culp Collection - A Celebration of Beaufort, South Carolina

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1.
Scheper House Beaufort, S.C.
Scheper House Beaufort, S.C. Black and white negative of the Scheper House, 1941; Postcard series #14; 17.5 x 12.5 cm.
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Colony Gardens Air View Beaufort, S.C.
Colony Gardens Air View Beaufort, S.C. Black and white negative of the Colony Gardens Apartment complex designed by Kate Gleason, 1940; Postcard series; 15 x 10 cm.
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Foster House Angus Fordham
Foster House Angus Fordham Black and white negative of the exterior of the Foster House, 1941; Postcard series #18; 17 x 12.5 cm.
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Old Slave Quarters Beaufort, S.C.
Old Slave Quarters Beaufort, S.C. Black and white negative of the exterior of slave quarters located on the property of the Berners Barnwell Sams House, number 2; Postcard series #23; Negative has turned green, 1940; 17 x 12 cm.
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"Local Color" Beaufort, S.C.
"Local Color" Beaufort, S.C. Black and white negative of the exterior of a rural house with two occupants sitting on porch steps; Kosiner wrote "Negro Shack" on the envelope containing this negative; Postcard series #24; Negative has turned green, 1940; 17 x 12.5 cm.
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"Marshlands," Beaufort, S.C.
"Marshlands," Beaufort, S.C. Black and white negative of "Marshlands," 1941; Other names for this historic house are Baxter House; James Robert Verdier House and Harris House; Postcard series #13; 17.5 x 12.5 cm.
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Marshlands House
Marshlands House Photo postcard of "Marshlands," 1941; James Robert Verdier House; 14 x 8.5 cm.