Mona Lisa Motel
Title:
Mona Lisa Motel
Camden South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
Free TV - Air-Conditioned - Steam Heat - Room Phones - Restaurant on Premises - AAA Approved - South on US No. 1 and 601 at City Limits.


Parkview Motel
Title:
Parkview Motel
Camden South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
Dexter Press, Inc.



Mona Lisa Motel
Title:
Mona Lisa Motel
Camden South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
Air Conditioned - Steam Heat - Tile Baths - Wall to Wall Carpet and TV in Every Room Excellent Restaurants Close By on U.S. #1 and U.S. #601 Bill and Clarice Leffring - Owners Dexter


Parlor Court Inn, 1900
Title:
Parlor Court Inn, 1900
Camden South Carolina (SC), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Royal Motel
Title:
Royal Motel
Camden South Carolina (SC), Chrome

Description:
Royal Motel New - Modern - Air Conditioned Two Miles South of Camden on U.S. No. 1 and 601 Television - Restaurant Owned and Operated by Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Watts Our Motto - Courtesy With Comfort and Cleanliness. Recommended by AAA and Duncan Hines


Mona Lisa Motel & Restaurant
Title:
Mona Lisa Motel & Restaurant
Camden South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
Dexter Press, Inc



Royal Motel
Title:
Royal Motel
Camden South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused


Hampton Park Motel
Title:
Hampton Park Motel
Camden South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused



An Old Garden
Title:
An Old Garden
Camden South Carolina (SC), Linen unused

Description:
Compliments-Seaboard Air Line Railway. WE serve the States of Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama and Florida. In this territory are to be found many agricultural and industrial opportunities. Full information will be gladly furnished by the Development Department, Seaboard Air Line Railway, Savannah, Ga


The Court Inn, Sign of the Golden Vase, C. Ticknor & Son Proprietors
Title:
The Court Inn, Sign of the Golden Vase, C. Ticknor & Son Proprietors
Camden South Carolina (SC), Private Mailing Card unused



Dogwood in Bloom, Hobkirk Inn
Title:
Dogwood in Bloom, Hobkirk Inn
Camden South Carolina (SC), Linen unused

Description:
The Albertype Co


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

Description:
CAMDEN... City of Charm, is the oldest inland city in South Carolina. The town and surrounding country are rich in historic lore. Revolutionary days saw many battles fought here, and both Washington and LaFayette visited the town. However, it is a modern resort with a rare combination of climate, quaintness, beauty and winter sports. Here the sportsman will find golf, hunting, riding, tennis, polo and an abundant life amid the charming hospitality of the old South



Masonic Temple, Formerly the Old Court House
Title:
Masonic Temple, Formerly the Old Court House
Camden South Carolina (SC), Linen unused

Description:
Erected in 1771


Wateree Motel
Title:
Wateree Motel
Camden South Carolina (SC), Chrome

Description:
US Hiway No. 1 and US Hiway No. 601, 3 1/2 miles South of Camden, SC. New, modern, quiet and restful; all units with private baths and electric radiant heat; air conditioned (optional); TV (optional); room telephones available; telephone HE 2-6427; rest assured



Kershaw County Courthouse & La Fayette Cedar
Title:
Kershaw County Courthouse & La Fayette Cedar
Camden South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
New County Courthouse is fronted by the sole survivor of a group of cedars planted to ornament the grounds of the new home of Congressman John Carter, built in 1824. There La Fayette was entertained in 1825. Photo by Ernest Ferguson


Broad Street Looking South
Title:
Broad Street Looking South
Camden South Carolina (SC), Linen unused

Description:
Broad street looking South, Camden, S.C



Presbyterian Church and De Kalb Monument
Title:
Presbyterian Church and De Kalb Monument
Camden South Carolina (SC), Linen unused


Public LIbrary
Title:
Public LIbrary
Camden South Carolina (SC), Linen unused



October In Green Hill Garden
Title:
October In Green Hill Garden
Camden South Carolina (SC), Linen PM 1943 Oct-02


Aerial View Of Dupont's Orlon Plant
Title:
Aerial View Of Dupont's Orlon Plant
Camden South Carolina (SC), Linen unused

Description:
Series C-44 In the foreground is the large plant which makes "Orlon" fiber in staple form and the background shows the continuous filament plant, which was completed in 1950. The staple plant went into commercial operation in May 1952. Located on a tract of land five miles south of Camden on the Wateree River, the plant employs around 2,000 people, the majority of whom are native southerners with 30 per cent being Camden Residents. "Orlon" acrylic fiber is used extensively in the textile industry for suitings, curtain fabrics, dress goods and industrial filters.



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

Description:
Series NC-21 Camden City of Charm, is the oldest inland city in South Carolina. The town and surrounding country are rich in historic Lore. Revolutionary days saw many battles fought here, and both Washington and LaFayette Visited the town. However, it is a modern resort with a rare combination of climate, quaintness, beauty and winter sports. Here the sportsman will find golf, hunting, riding, tennis, polo and an abundant life amid the charming hospitality of the old South.


Mulberry
Title:
Mulberry
Camden South Carolina (SC), Linen PM 1946 Jan-28



Main Street Looking North
Title:
Main Street Looking North
Camden South Carolina (SC), Linen unused


Kamschatka
Title:
Kamschatka
Camden South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
Typical of the architectural individuality of pre-Confederate Camden is this century old home facing Kirkwood Common. Elaborate terraced gardens pre-sent a striking scene of the house built by Gen. James Chestnut, later the Kirkland family home, and now the residence of the Buckley family.



Bethesda Presbyterian Church And Grave Of Baron Decal
Title:
Bethesda Presbyterian Church And Grave Of Baron Decal
Camden South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
This magnificent church was designed in 1820 by Robert Mills and replaced the old meeting house that dated from 1774. The monument was dedicated by La Fayette in 1825 and stands where Baron Decal, who commanded the American Army in the South in the Revolutionary War, lies buried.


Clearing The Hurdles
Title:
Clearing The Hurdles
Camden South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
Historic Springdale Course is known as one of the truly great steeplechase courses of the entire world. Here are held the world-famous "Carolina Cup" races. Camden is believed by many to be the finest horse training center in the United States.



Polo Action
Title:
Polo Action
Camden South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
A popular sport in Camden since the turn of the century where the teams are often the finest in the nation. Polo is an equestrian game of oriental origin


Goodie Castle
Title:
Goodie Castle
Camden South Carolina (SC), Divided Back unused



The Court Inn
Title:
The Court Inn
Camden South Carolina (SC), Divided Back unused


Bethesda Presbyterian Church And Grave Of Baron Decal
Title:
Bethesda Presbyterian Church And Grave Of Baron Decal
Camden South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
This magnificent church was designed in 1820 by Robert Mills and replaced the old meeting house that dated from 1774. The monument was dedicated by La Fayette in 1825 and stands where Baron DeKalb, who commanded the American Army in the south in the Revolutionary War, lies buried.



Bethesda Presbyterian Church And Grave Of Baron Decal
Title:
Bethesda Presbyterian Church And Grave Of Baron Decal
Camden South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
This magnificent church was designed in 1820 by Robert Mills and replaced the old meeting house that dated from 1774. The monument was dedicated by La Fayette in 1825 and stands where Baron DeKalb, who commanded the American Army in the south in the Revolutionary War, lies buried.


Catholic Church And Rectory
Title:
Catholic Church And Rectory
Camden South Carolina (SC), White Border



Episcopal Church
Title:
Episcopal Church
Camden South Carolina (SC), Linen unused


Methodist Church
Title:
Methodist Church
Camden South Carolina (SC), Linen unused



Presbyterian Church And De Kalb Monument
Title:
Presbyterian Church And De Kalb Monument
Camden South Carolina (SC), Linen unused


Bethesda Presbyterian Church and Grave of Baron DeKalb
Title:
Bethesda Presbyterian Church and Grave of Baron DeKalb
Camden South Carolina (SC), Chrome

Description:
This magnificant church was designed in 1820 by Robert Mills and replaced the old meeting house that dated from 1774. The monument was dedicated by La Fayatte in 1825 and stands where Baron Dekalb, who commanded the American Army in the South in the Revolutionery War, lies buried.



Mona Lisa Motel
Title:
Mona Lisa Motel
Camden South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
South on U. S. No. 1 and 601 at City Limits Free TV - Air-Conditioned - Steam Heat - Room Phones Restaurant on Premises Owned and Operated by Bill and Clarice Loffring Telephone 432-6093


Parkview Motel
Title:
Parkview Motel
Camden South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
Modern - Restaurant, Fine Foods - Air-Conditioned - Steam Heat - Tile Baths (Tub & Shower) - Free TV - Room Phones. Telephone 432-7687 Mr. & Mrs. R. J. Truesdale, Owners, Mgrs. On U.S. I and 601, Just South of Camben, So. Car.



Jackson School
Title:
Jackson School
Camden South Carolina (SC), Real Photo PM 1906 Oct-26


Sarsfield Hotel and Coffee Shop
Title:
Sarsfield Hotel and Coffee Shop
Camden South Carolina (SC), Linen



Sarsfield Hotel and Coffee Shop
Title:
Sarsfield Hotel and Coffee Shop
Camden South Carolina (SC), Linen


Sarsfield Golf Club
Title:
Sarsfield Golf Club
Camden South Carolina (SC), Linen unused



Kershaw County Courthouse & La Fayette Cedar
Title:
Kershaw County Courthouse & La Fayette Cedar
Camden South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
New County Courthouse is fronted by the sole survivor of a group of cedars planted to ornament the grounds of the new home of Congressman John Carter, built in 1824. There La Fayette was entertained in 1825


Winter at the Kirkwood on Camden Heights
Title:
Winter at the Kirkwood on Camden Heights
Camden South Carolina (SC), Divided Back PM 1914 Feb-17



Court Inn
Title:
Court Inn
Camden South Carolina (SC), Linen unused


Old Court House, Erected in 1771. Use as D.A.R. and U.D.C. Relic Rooms. Camden, S.C
Title:
Old Court House, Erected in 1771. Use as D.A.R. and U.D.C. Relic Rooms. Camden, S.C
Camden South Carolina (SC), Linen unused



Episcopal Church
Title:
Episcopal Church
Camden South Carolina (SC), Linen unused


Kershaw County Court House, Camden, S. C
Title:
Kershaw County Court House, Camden, S. C
Camden South Carolina (SC), Linen unused

Description:
CAMDEN....City of Charm, is the oldest inland city in South Carolina. The town and surrounding country are rich in historic lore. Revolutionary days saw many battles fought here, and both Washington and LaFayette visited the town. However, it is a modern resort with a rare combination of climate, quaintness, beauty and winter sports. Here the sportsman will find golf, hunting, riding, tennis, polo and an abundant life amid the charming hospitality of the old South



Hampton Park Motel, U. S. Route 1, 2 blocks N. of Routes 601 and 521
Title:
Hampton Park Motel, U. S. Route 1, 2 blocks N. of Routes 601 and 521
Camden South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
Series 46695-B Steam heat, air-conditioned, televisions, room phones. Spacious pool. In the Heart of the Oldest and Most Historic Inland Town in South Carolina


Goody Castle
Title:
Goody Castle
Camden South Carolina (SC), Linen PM 1946 Apr-23



Court Inn
Title:
Court Inn
Camden South Carolina (SC), Linen PM 1924 Feb-06


Driveway And Side View Of Holly Hedge
Title:
Driveway And Side View Of Holly Hedge
Camden South Carolina (SC), Linen PM 1946 Mar-12



An Old Camden House
Title:
An Old Camden House
Camden South Carolina (SC), Linen PM 1946 Mar-22


Holly Hedge
Title:
Holly Hedge
Camden South Carolina (SC), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Aerial View Of Dupont's Orlon Plant
Title:
Aerial View Of Dupont's Orlon Plant
Camden South Carolina (SC), Linen unused

Description:
In the foreground is the large plant which makes "Orlon" fiber in staple form and the background shows the continuous filament plant, which was completed in 1950. The staple plant went into commercial operation in Many 1952. Located on a tract of land five miles south of Camden on the Wateree river, the plant employs around 2,000 people, the majority of whom are native southerners with 30 per cent being Camden Residents. "Orlon" acrylic fiber is used extensively in the textile industry for suitings, curtain fabrics, dress goods and industrial filters.


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





Total: 56 Items