4" X 5" image of Osceola's grave at Fort Moultrie, Sullivan's Island. Two African-American children are in the image - one is laying on the ground to the right and the other is standing against the gate in the background at the left.
Caption: 'No.41. A view of the sally-port of Fort Moultrie, Charleston, S.C. This picture presents a view of the sally-port of Fort Moultrie after the war. The sally-port is situated on the land side of the Fort, and was well protected from within' Date is assumed to be 1865. This is a stereograph image which measures 3 1/2" X 7".
Postcard photograph measuring 5 1/2" X 3 1/2" of Ft. Sumter. Shows fort with lighthouse and large building. Handwritten on reverse: 'Fort Sumter, Charleston S.C., 44' [#44 in series on Charleston parks and monuments].
Photograph, measuring 3 3/4" X 4 3/4", of uniformed men carrying flags (one of which is the American flag) passing in review. Another group [officers] stands at attention in the distance. Multi-storied building with wrap-around porches visible in the background. Also vintage cars can be seen. Handwritten on reverse: 'Ft. Moultrie.'
Caption: 'No.42. Beach view of Sullivan's Island from Fort Moultrie, Charleston, S.C. This picture gives a good view of the Beach of Sullivan's Island, as seen from the Eastern part of Fort Moultrie. The Beach on this portion of Sullivan's Island is hard and perfectly level for several miles, affording as fine a promenade and drive as can be found anywhere in the country...' 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".