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Charleston Museum Fort Photographs

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Fort Sumter
Fort Sumter 8" X 10" image of Fort Sumter, showing power station, lighthouse and pier. Sign on wall reads: 'Cable crossing // do not anchor.'
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Fort Sumter
Fort Sumter Caption: 'No.50. Fort Sumter in 1870.' Handwritten on reverse: 'Mch 26, 1875.' This is a stereograph image which measures 3 1/2" X 7".
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Fort Sumter
Fort Sumter 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".
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Fort Sumter
Fort Sumter 5" X 7" image of Fort Sumter. Interior view of lighthouse, base of flagpole and bell. There is a three masted schooner in the harbor. Dated 20 April 1930.
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Fort Sumter
Fort Sumter 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.
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Fort Sumter
Fort Sumter 5" X 7" image of Fort Sumter. Flag is flying from flagpole. Sign reading: 'Cable Crossing // Do Not Anchor' clearly visible on the exterior wall.
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Fort Sumter
Fort Sumter 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.
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Fort Sumter
Fort Sumter Exterior of Fort Sumter; men in boat near shore across from fort. Handwritten on reverse: 'Fort Sumter exterior.' This is a carte-de-visite measuring 2 1/2" X 4".
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Fort Sumter
Fort Sumter 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.
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Fort Sumter
Fort Sumter Fort Sumter as seen from across the harbor (from Fort Johnson). This is a 5" X 7" image.
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Fort Sumter
Fort Sumter Fort Sumter exterior before reconstruction. This is a 5" X 7" image.
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Fort Sumter
Fort Sumter Fort Sumter exterior before reconstruction. This is a 5" X 7" image.
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Fort Sumter
Fort Sumter Fort Sumter exterior before reconstruction. This is a 5" X 7" image.
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Fort Sumter
Fort Sumter 5" X 7" image of Fort Sumter in the harbor.
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Fort Sumter
Fort Sumter 5" X 7" image of Fort Sumter in the harbor.
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Fort Sumter
Fort Sumter Mounted photograph measuring 5" X 7" of Fort Sumter. Photographer's mark on photo at lower left: 'Copyright Clarke's Studio, Charleston, S.C.' And printed at bottom, center of photo: 'Fort Sumter Charleston, S.C.'
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Fort Sumter
Fort Sumter 8" X 10" enlargement of stereograph 'No.49' (see MK 8141) showing Fort Sumter in 1865.
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Fort Sumter
Fort Sumter Caption: 'No.49. Fort Sumter immediately after the evacuation, April 1865.' Handwritten on reverse: 'Fort Sumter 1865.' This is a stereograph image which measures 3 1/2" X 7".
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Fort Sumter
Fort Sumter Aerial view of Fort Sumter - possibly late 1930's. Modern barracks are visible. [#37 in series of Charleston parks & monuments.] This is a 5" X 7" image.
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Fort Sumter
Fort Sumter Handwritten on reverse: 'Fort Sumter, Charleston, So. Ca.' Stereoview of Fort Sumter, showing 3 levels with no war damage. This is a stereograph image which measures 3 1/2" X 7".