Main Street at Night, Looking South
Title:
Main Street at Night, Looking South
Sumter South Carolina (SC), Linen PM 1946 Oct-31


Main Street, Looking South
Title:
Main Street, Looking South
Sumter South Carolina (SC), White Border



Evans Motor Court and Restaurant
Title:
Evans Motor Court and Restaurant
Sumter South Carolina (SC), Chrome PM 1956 Nov-27

Description:
100% Air Conditioned 19 Modern Cottages, all with private baths. Thermostat heated. Restaurant serving all meals. Open from 6 a.m. to midnight. Private dining room available. Fine Food at reasonable prices. Standard Esso Products. Telephone SPruce 3-9725 Mr. & Mrs. F. G. Onley, Owners, Managers On U.S. 15, North Main St., Sumter, S.C


Sumter Tourist Lodge
Title:
Sumter Tourist Lodge
Sumter South Carolina (SC), Linen unused

Description:
Fireproof, New, Ultra Modern Guest Rooms. All with private tile baths. Car shelter. Steam heat. Air cooled. Telephone 1980. Reservations held until 6 p.m. Mr. & Mrs. M. H. Wolfrey, Owners, Mgrs. On U.S. 15, U.S. 15A, one mile north of Business District on North Main Street, Sumter, S. C



Pocalla Springs Tourist Court and Swimming Pool
Title:
Pocalla Springs Tourist Court and Swimming Pool
Sumter South Carolina (SC), Linen unused

Description:
3 miles south of Sumter, on US Highway 15A


Twomey Hospital on West Calhoun Street
Title:
Twomey Hospital on West Calhoun Street
Sumter South Carolina (SC), Linen unused



Shaw Air Force Base - Main Gate
Title:
Shaw Air Force Base - Main Gate
Sumter South Carolina (SC), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Ernest Ferguson Dexter Press


Looking North on Main Street, Post Office at Right
Title:
Looking North on Main Street, Post Office at Right
Sumter South Carolina (SC), Linen unused



Central School
Title:
Central School
Sumter South Carolina (SC), Linen unused

Description:
Sumter, S.c. is named for General Thomas Sumter, famous "Gamecock" of the American Revolution, who in 1783 founded old Stateburg in "the High Hills of the Santee", just 10 miles from Sumter and almost in the exact geographical center of the State. Located on U.S. Highway 15, main and most direct tourist route between Florida and the Northeast, Sumter lies half-way between New York and Miami and is a favorite stopping place for tourists


Post Office - South Main Street
Title:
Post Office - South Main Street
Sumter South Carolina (SC), Linen unused



Twomey Hospital, Calhoun Street
Title:
Twomey Hospital, Calhoun Street
Sumter South Carolina (SC), Linen unused


Post Office, South Main St
Title:
Post Office, South Main St
Sumter South Carolina (SC), Linen unused



Pocalla Springs Tourist Court
Title:
Pocalla Springs Tourist Court
Sumter South Carolina (SC), Linen

Description:
Three miles south of Sumter, SC, on US Highway 15; brick cottages; paved car sheds; private baths; inner-spring mattresses; hot water; steam or gas heat; all cottages supplied with good drinking water; Western Union Telegraph and Telephone service; a modern trailer court with all conveniences. Community showers and laundry for trailers. All guests have free access to swimming pool and good fishing. M.H. Beck, O.M. Hill, Managers and owners, Telephone 3602. We are on the shortest route from New York to Miami


Sumter County Courthouse
Title:
Sumter County Courthouse
Sumter South Carolina (SC), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
In the center of the South Carolina city that was founded in 1799. First named "Sumterville" in honor of Gen. Thomas Sumter, 'the Gamecock' of Revolutionary fame. The first city to successfully inaugurate the city manager form of government



County Courthouse
Title:
County Courthouse
Sumter South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
Sumter is located near the geographical center of the state. Founded in 1799, the city was first named "Sumterville" in honor of General Thomas Sumter, "the Gamecock" of Revolutionary fame. The first city to successfully inaugurate the city manager form of government in 1912


Sumter County Courthouse
Title:
Sumter County Courthouse
Sumter South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
Sumter is located near the geographical center of the state. Founded in 1799, the city was first named "Sumterville" in honor of General Thomas Sumter, "the Gamecock" of Revolutionary fame. The first city to successfully inaugurate the city manager form of government in 1912



Jackson Hotel
Title:
Jackson Hotel
Sumter South Carolina (SC), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1907


Shaw Air Force Base
Title:
Shaw Air Force Base
Sumter South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
Ernest Ferguson An RB-66 all weather reconnaissance jet takes off from Shaw Field near Sumter, South Carolina. Shaw Air Force Base is the headquarters of the 837th Air Base Group (TAC) of the United States Air Force



USAF Medical Facility, Shaw Air Force Base
Title:
USAF Medical Facility, Shaw Air Force Base
Sumter South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused


Entrance to Shaw Air Force Base
Title:
Entrance to Shaw Air Force Base
Sumter South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused



Evans Motor Court and Restaurant
Title:
Evans Motor Court and Restaurant
Sumter South Carolina (SC), Linen

Description:
On U.S. 15, N. Main St. 100% air conditioned. 19 modern cottages, all with private baths; thermostat heated; restaurant serving all meals; open from 6 a.m. to midnight; private dining room available; fine food at reasonable prices; standard Esso products; telephone SPruce 3-9725; Mr. & Mrs. F.G. Onley, Owners, Managers


County Court House
Title:
County Court House
Sumter South Carolina (SC), Divided Back PM 1909 Jul-28



Post Office
Title:
Post Office
Sumter South Carolina (SC), Divided Back PM 1911 Aug-7


Twomey Hospital, West Calhoun St
Title:
Twomey Hospital, West Calhoun St
Sumter South Carolina (SC), Linen unused



Toomey Hospital
Title:
Toomey Hospital
Sumter South Carolina (SC), White Border unused


Edmunds High School
Title:
Edmunds High School
Sumter South Carolina (SC), Linen unused



Presbyterian Church
Title:
Presbyterian Church
Sumter South Carolina (SC), Linen unused


Sumter County Court House
Title:
Sumter County Court House
Sumter South Carolina (SC), Linen unused



8-26 Central School, Sumter, S.C
Title:
8-26 Central School, Sumter, S.C
Sumter South Carolina (SC), Linen unused

Description:
Sumter, S.C. is named for General Thomas Sumter, famous "Gamecock" of the American Revolution, who in 1783 founded old Stateburg in "the High Hills of the Santee", just 10 miles from Sumter and almost in the exact geographical center of the State. Located on U.S. Highway 15, main and most direct tourist route between Florida and the Northeast, Sumter lies half-way between New York and Miami and is a favorite stopping place for tourists


Junior HIgh School, West Calhoun Street
Title:
Junior HIgh School, West Calhoun Street
Sumter South Carolina (SC), Linen unused



Looking North on Main Street, Post Office at right
Title:
Looking North on Main Street, Post Office at right
Sumter South Carolina (SC), Linen unused


Main Street Looking North
Title:
Main Street Looking North
Sumter South Carolina (SC), Linen PM 1946 Feb-04



Sumter In The Spring
Title:
Sumter In The Spring
Sumter South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
A Typical residential scene is the corner of North Calhoun and Purdy Streets. Dogwood and azaleas are a sight to behold during a day in April in Sumter. In the background is the home of the C. J. Lemmons


Trinity Methodist
Title:
Trinity Methodist
Sumter South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
Erected in 1962, the sanctuary is the sixth to house the congregation, whose first structure was built in 1787. The new church of gothic design has a seating capacity of 700 in the Nave and was built at a cost of $650000.



First Presbyterian Church
Title:
First Presbyterian Church
Sumter South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
Founded in 1823, the beautiful landmark is located near the center of the city. First Presbyterian is one of the oldest of over two dozen churches within Sumter.


U. S. Post Office
Title:
U. S. Post Office
Sumter South Carolina (SC), Linen unused

Description:
Sumter, S. C. is named for General Thomas Sumter, famous "Gamecock" of the American Revolution, who in 1783 founded old Stateburg in "the High Hills of the Santee", just 10 miles form Sumter and almost in the exact geographical center of the State. Located on U. S. Highway 15, main and most direct tourist route between Florida and the Northeast, Sumter lies half-way between New York and Miami and is a favorite stopping place for tourists.



Presbyterian Church
Title:
Presbyterian Church
Sumter South Carolina (SC), Linen unused


Main Street Of Sumter
Title:
Main Street Of Sumter
Sumter South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
Sumter is one of the fastest growing cities of South Carolina. Located in the center of the state, it is famous for its gardens, business activity, and nearby Shaw Air force Base. The city was first called Sumterville after Gen. Thomas Sumter and has grown from its early settlement in 1785.



Sumter County Court House
Title:
Sumter County Court House
Sumter South Carolina (SC), Linen unused

Description:
Sumter, S. C. is named for General Thomas Sumter, famous "Gamecock" of the American Revolution, who in 1783 founded old Stateburg in "the High Hills of the Santee", just 10 miles from Sumter and almost in the exact geographical center of the State. Located on u. S. Highway 15, main and most direct tourist route between Florida and the Northeast, Sumter lies half-way between New York and Miami and is a favorite stopping place for tourists.


Looking North on Main Street, Post Office at right
Title:
Looking North on Main Street, Post Office at right
Sumter South Carolina (SC), Linen unused



Frank's Restaurant and Truck Terminal
Title:
Frank's Restaurant and Truck Terminal
Sumter South Carolina (SC), Linen unused

Description:
2miles South of town on U.S. Highway 15


Jackson Hotel
Title:
Jackson Hotel
Sumter South Carolina (SC), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1907 May-22



Christie's Tour-O-Tel
Title:
Christie's Tour-O-Tel
Sumter South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
New , modern, fireproof guest rooms. Beautyrest beds, private tile baths, steam heat, air conditioned guest dining room. Recommended by AAA and American Motor Hotel Ass'n. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Christie, Owner and Mgrs. On U.S. 15 and 15A, 4 miles north of town. Telephone 1900 Dexter Press


Washington Street School Grounds and Confederate Monument
Title:
Washington Street School Grounds and Confederate Monument
Sumter South Carolina (SC), Divided Back PM 1908



Fladger Hotel, Highway 15-15A
Title:
Fladger Hotel, Highway 15-15A
Sumter South Carolina (SC), Linen unused

Description:
Series 80552 Going north or south on Highway 15-15A stop at the Fladger Hotel European Plan. One block east overhead bridge. Watch for large arrow on main highway


Washington Street School
Title:
Washington Street School
Sumter South Carolina (SC), Divided Back PM 1910

Description:
Series 11022



Wing Headquarters Building
Title:
Wing Headquarters Building
Sumter South Carolina (SC), Linen PM 1958

Description:
Shaw Air Force Base.


First Baptist Church
Title:
First Baptist Church
Sumter South Carolina (SC), Linen unused



First M. E. Church
Title:
First M. E. Church
Sumter South Carolina (SC), Divided Back unused


Manhattan Coffee Shoppe
Title:
Manhattan Coffee Shoppe
Sumter South Carolina (SC), Linen unused

Description:
25 years serving the public in Sumter has given us the knowledge of what the discriminating diner expects. Your patronage is appreciated, and we Thank You. The Manhattan Coffee Shoppe Sumter, S. C. Western Steaks and Seafoods our Specialty.



A Pair Of Graceful Swans On Swan Lake
Title:
A Pair Of Graceful Swans On Swan Lake
Sumter South Carolina (SC) PM 1947




Total: 51 Items