Cotton Palace and Sunken Gardens
Title:
Cotton Palace and Sunken Gardens
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Private Mailing Card unused

Description:
S.C., I.S. and W.I. Exposition


S.C.I.S. AND W.I. Exposition - Auditorium
Title:
S.C.I.S. AND W.I. Exposition - Auditorium
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Private Mailing Card unused



S.C.I.S. AND W.I. Exposition - Charleston, SC
Title:
S.C.I.S. AND W.I. Exposition - Charleston, SC
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Private Mailing Card PM 1902 Apr-24

Description:
Federal U.S. Government, Negro, Administration, Forestry and Mines Buildings


S.C.I.S. AND W.I. Exposition - Palace of Commerce
Title:
S.C.I.S. AND W.I. Exposition - Palace of Commerce
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Private Mailing Card unused



S.C.I.S. AND W.I. Exposition - State & City Buildings and Statue of Apollo
Title:
S.C.I.S. AND W.I. Exposition - State & City Buildings and Statue of Apollo
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Private Mailing Card unused

Description:
Philadelphia, Illinois, Maryland and Cincinnati Buildings


The Woman's Building
Title:
The Woman's Building
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Private Mailing Card unused

Description:
Official Private Mailing Card S.C., I.S. and W.I. Exposition



Cotton Palace and Sunken Gardens
Title:
Cotton Palace and Sunken Gardens
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Private Mailing Card PM 1902 Apr-7


Palace of Agriculture
Title:
Palace of Agriculture
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Private Mailing Card unused

Description:
The South Carolina Inter-State and West Indian Exposition, Charleston, SC



The Sunken Gardens
Title:
The Sunken Gardens
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Private Mailing Card unused

Description:
The S.C., I.S. and W.I Exposition


Hampton Park
Title:
Hampton Park
Charleston South Carolina (SC), White Border PM 1923 Oct-10

Description:
Series A-6528 King Street car direct to the grounds. In the days of long ago, this Park was part of the old Washington Race Track, and under its great oaks, near the river, many famous duels were fought. In 1901-02 it was used for the South Carolina Inter-State and West Indian Exposition, but only here and there can a trace of that time be seen. It is beautiful with its sunken garden: and in the spring it abounds in a wealth of lovely roses and a profusion of various kinds of flowers.





Total: 10 Items