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  • Collection: Lucile Campbell Collection

LCC000571.pdf
A postcard depicting the gateway and portcullis of the Tower of London's Bloody Tower in London, England. The Tower of London was established in 1066 by William I of England, popularly known as William the Conqueror and sometimes known as William the…

LCC000572.pdf
A postcard depicting the terrace of the Chapel of King Louis XVI of France, also known as the Chapelle Expiatoire, in Paris, Île-de-France, France. The chapel was erected in 1814 on the interment site of Louis XVI, also known as Louis Capet, and his…

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A postcard depicting King Louis Philippe I's family room in the Grand Trianon at Versailles, which was built in 1670 for King Louis XIV of France to allow his escape from the rigidity of court live in the main palace. This postcard is part of a…

LCC000574.pdf
A postcard depicting an illustrated map of the cities on the shores Lac Léman, or Lake Geneva. The lake is located on the north side of the Alps and is shared by Switzerland and France.This postcard is part of a collection of postcards kept by…

LCC000575.pdf
A postcard depicting an aerial view of the Citadelle Laferrière, also known as The Citadel, a large fortress in Nord, Haiti. It was built at the beginning of the 19th century by Henri Christophe, a leader of the Haitian slave rebellion, and was one…

LCC000576.pdf
A postcard depicting the Jet d'Eau in Geneva, Switzerland, a water jet that was initially created accidentally when a pressure valve created a 30-meter high plume of water. In 1891, the Geneva City Counsel turned the water jet into a tourist…

LCC000577.pdf
A postcard depicting an aerial view of the Citadelle Laferrière, also known as The Citadel, a large fortress in Nord, Haiti. It was built at the beginning of the 19th century by Henri Christophe, a leader of the Haitian slave rebellion, and was one…

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This postcard depicts the Salon de la Paix, or Peace Room. Located off of the Hall of Mirrors, the Peace Room was decorated by Charles Le Brun with panels of the peace given to Europe by France. After the reign of King Louis XIV of France, it was…

LCC000580.pdf
A postcard depicting the gardens of the Chapel of King Louis XVI of France, also known as the Chapelle Expiatoire, in Paris, Île-de-France, France. The chapel was erected in 1814 on the interment site of Louis XVI, also known as Louis Capet, and his…

LCC000581.pdf
A postcard depicting a view from the Chemin de Fer de La Mure railroad line, which was built in 1882 to haul coal and was electrified in 1903. The postcard refers to Le Drac, an electric locomotive that ran on the line between 1903 and 1933. Until…

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A postcard depicting a drawing of the tomb of King Louis XVI of France and Queen Marie Antoinette, as it looked in the cemetery of the Madeleine prior to the construction of the Chapelle Expiatoire, in Paris, Île-de-France, France. Once the chapel…

LCC000583.pdf
A postcard depicting the crypt of the Chapel of King Louis XVI of France, also known as the Chapelle Expiatoire, in Paris, Île-de-France, France. The chapel was erected in 1814 on the interment site of Louis XVI, also known as Louis Capet, and his…

LCC000584.pdf
A postcard depicting the lateral side of the North Tower of Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Reims, or Our Lady of Reims, after it was burned and bombarded by the German Army in August 1914 during World War I. Originally the site of the coronation of the…

LCC000585.pdf
A postcard depicting the inside of the Tower of London's Beauchamp Tower. A postcard depicting the gateway and portcullis of the Tower of London's Bloody Tower in London, England. The Tower of London was established in 1066 by William I of England,…

LCC000586.pdf
A postcard depicting the Palace of the Petit Trianon, part of a gift from King Louis XVI of France to his wife, Queen Marie Antoinette, in 1774. This haven, away from the rigors of court life, allowed her to entertain only those visitors that she…

LCC000587.pdf
A postcard depicting a bronze equestrian statue to José Antonio de la Caridad Maceo y Grajales, a guerilla leader in 19th-century Cuba. Referred to as "The Bronze Titan," Maceo commanded important battles during the Cuban War of Independence. The…

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A postcard depicting the lateral face of the south tower of Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Reims, or Our Lady of Reims, during the years in which it was bombarded by the German Army in World War I. Originally the site of the coronation of the French…

LCC000589.pdf
A postcard depicting a view of Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Reims, or Our Lady of Reims, from the city. The photograph was taken before the cathedral was bombarded by the German Army in World War I. Originally the site of the coronation of the French…

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A postcard depicting a boat travelling past Urquhart Castle, once one of Scotland's largest castles. Located on a promontory on the banks of the Loch Ness, the castle offers beautiful vistas up and down the lake. It was a medieval fortress for 500…

LCC000591.pdf
A postcard depicting the exterior of the Imperial Baths in Trier, Germany. Built over 1600 years ago by the Ancient Romans, the Imperial Baths are some of the largest in the world, with the hot water bath large enough to house theatre performances…

LCC000592.pdf
A postcard depicting the Roman Bridge in Trier, Germany, which is the oldest bridge in Germany. The pilings date from 144-152, and were built with stone blocks held together with iron clamps.This postcard is part of a collection of postcards kept by…

LCC000593.pdf
A postcard depicting the execution block and axe from the Tower of London. The Tower of London was established in 1066 by William I of England, popularly known as William the Conqueror and sometimes known as William the Bastard, to keep hostile…

LCC000594.pdf
A postcard depicting the interior of Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Reims, or Our Lady of Reims, during the years in which it was bombarded by the German Army in World War I. Originally the site of the coronation of the French kings, photographs of the…

LCC000595.pdf
A postcard depicting a thatched roof home surrounded by a rural setting in Cuba. This postcard is part of a collection of postcards kept by Lucile Campbell, a schoolteacher in Sanford, Florida, for 30 years. In 1931, she took advantage of a special…

LCC000596.pdf
A postcard depicting an engraving of a woman seated beneath a weeping willow tree, known in French as the "saule pleureur." The woman symbolizes a mourning French nation, and she is seated near a funeral monument, a mysterious urn, to King Louis XVI…

LCC000597.pdf
A postcard depicting one of the bedchambers in Colleen Moore's dollhouse, which was exhibited at the Gimbel Brothers in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Moore was a silent film actress who built the dollhouse with a former set designer in 1928. She…

LCC000598.pdf
A postcard depicting the Roman amphitheater in Trier, Germany. Built in the second century for gladiator games, the amphitheatre seats about 20,000 people. It is still used today for the Antiquity Festival and open-air concerts.This postcard is part…

LCC000599.pdf
The postcard depicts the Japanese bridge at Shofuso Japanese House and Gardens, located in West Fairmount Park in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Shofuso, also known as Pine Breeze Villa, is designed in traditional 17th century-style Japanese…

LCC000600.pdf
A postcard depicting the front gate of Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Reims, or Our Lady of Reims, during the years in which it was bombarded by the German Army in World War I. Originally the site of the coronation of the French kings, photographs of the…

LCC000601.pdf
A postcard depicting the interior of the Chapel of King Louis XVI of France, also known as the Chapelle Expiatoire, in Paris, Île-de-France, France. The chapel was erected in 1814 on the interment site of Louis XVI, also known as Louis Capet, and…

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A postcard depicting an equestrian statue of Frédéric III that appears to have fallen from its base. It is not clear which Frédéric III is being depicted in the postcard.This postcard is part of a collection of postcards kept by Lucile Campbell,…

LCC000603.pdf
A postcard depicting the boudoir of the Hameau de la Reine, also known as the Queen's Hamlet, which was constructed in 1783 to allow Queen Marie Antoinette, escape from court life. This postcard is part of a collection of postcards kept by Lucile…

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A postcard depicting an equestrian statue of Guillaume I that appears to have fallen from its base, but has no other identifying information. This postcard is part of a collection of postcards kept by Lucile Campbell, a schoolteacher in Sanford,…

LCC000606.pdf
A postcard depicting two views from Nassau, New Providence, Bahamas. Originally known as Charles Town, the city was razed by the Spanish in 1684. The city was rebuilt in 1695 and renamed Nassau. It is now the capital city of the Bahamas and is a…

LCC000607.pdf
A postcard depicting an exterior view of the Citadelle Laferrière, also known as The Citadel, a large fortress in Nord, Haiti. It was built at the beginning of the 19th century by Henri Christophe, a leader of the Haitian slave rebellion, and was…

LCC000608.pdf
A postcard depicting a female tourist debarking from a horse-drawn carriage in Nassau, New Providence, Bahamas. Originally known as Charles Town, the city was razed by the Spanish in 1684. The city was rebuilt in 1695 and renamed Nassau. It is now…

LCC000609.pdf
A postcard depicting a wide view of the Tower of London. The Tower of London was established in 1066 by William I of England, popularly known as William the Conqueror and sometimes known as William the Bastard, to keep hostile Londoners at bay. This…

LCC000610.pdf
A postcard depicting Ehrenbreitstein Fortress, which is located on the river across from the town of Koblenz in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany. It was built in 1834 as a defense fortress after the destruction of a previous fortress by the French in…

LCC000611.pdf
A postcard depicting the patio of the University of Antigua. Built in 1763 to house the Universidad de San Carlos de Guatemala, the building was turned into a public school in 1832. At that point, the university was moved to its current location in…

LCC000612.pdf
A postcard depicting the boudoir of the Hameau de la Reine, also known as the Queen's Hamlet, which was constructed in 1783 to allow Queen Marie Antoinette, escape from court life. This postcard is part of a collection of postcards kept by Lucile…

LCC000613.pdf
A postcard depicting the inside of La Iglesia de San Francisco de Antigua Guatemala, also known as San Francisco el Grande and the San Francisco Church, which was built by Diego de Porres in 1702. It is the home of the Franciscans of Guatemala, who…

LCC000614.pdf
A postcard depicting one of 63 equestrian statues dedicated to Kaiser Wilhelm I of Prussia, formally named Wilhelm Friedrich Ludwig. Also known as William I, this monarch was both the King of Prussia and the first Emperor of Germany. This monument is…

LCC000615.pdf
A postcard depicting the broken vaults and stained glass windows of Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Reims, or Our Lady of Reims, during the years in which it was bombarded by the German Army in World War I. Originally the site of the coronation of the…

LCC000616.pdf
A postcard depicting a view of a pierced rock and a shepherd herding sheep from the La Mure railway line, which was built in 1882 to haul coal and was electrified in 1903. Until 2010, the line itself operated as a tourist attraction, but a landslide…

LCC000617.pdf
A postcard depicting St. Paulinus' Church, a Baroque church in Trier, Germany. It was constructed in 1753 and is the third structure to be built on that site. This postcard is part of a collection of postcards kept by Lucile Campbell, a schoolteacher…

LCC000618.pdf
A postcard depicting a British tank from the Mark series used during World War I. The insignia indicates that the tank was captured by German forces. This postcard is part of a collection of postcards kept by Lucile Campbell, a schoolteacher in…

LCC000619.pdf
A postcard depicting an illustrated aerial view of a Lake Geneva harbor. The lake is located on the north side of the Alps and is shared by Switzerland and France. This postcard is part of a collection of postcards kept by Lucile Campbell, a…

LCC000620.pdf
A postcard depicting four illustrations of sights in Trier, Germany. The first is a view of the city, which is a border city between Germany and France and was founded in 17 B.C.E. The second is a view of the Main Market, or Hauptmarkt. The third is…

LCC000621.pdf
A postcard depicting the interior of St. John's Chapel in the White Tower of the Tower of London. The Tower of London was established in 1066 by William I of England, popularly known as William the Conqueror and sometimes known as William the…

LCC000622.pdf
A postcard depicting the center of medieval Trier, Germany, the Hauptmarkt. Known as Main Market in English, Hauptmarkt was established at the current site in 958, when it was moved from a previous location across the river following Viking…

LCC000623.pdf
A postcard depicting the Porta Nigra, or Black Gate, a Roman public building of huge stone blocks erected around 180. This postcard is part of a collection of postcards kept by Lucile Campbell, a schoolteacher in Sanford, Florida, for 30 years. In…

LCC000624.pdf
A postcard depicting a view of Loch Levan, located in Kinross, Scotland. The loch is the largest natural shallow body of water in lowland Britain. It is home to more breeding ducks than anywhere else in inland Europe.This postcard is part of a…

LCC000625.pdf
A postcard depicting Steall Falls, one of the three highest waterfalls in Scotland, which runs through Glen Nevis in Fort William, Highland, Scotland. This postcard is part of a collection of postcards kept by Lucile Campbell, a schoolteacher in…

LCC000626.pdf
A postcard depicting the Bloedberg, or Butcher's Hall, in Antwerp, Belgium. The second hall was built in 1250, but when the first was built is unknown. It was originally founded as an indoor trade market, because Antwerp was one of the economic…

LCC000627.pdf
A postcard depicting the Temple of Love in the Queen's Hamlet at the Palace of Versailles, which was constructed in 1783 to allow Queen Marie Antoinette escape from court life. This postcard is part of a collection of postcards kept by Lucile…

LCC000628.pdf
A postcard depicting the burial island where the MacDonalds of Glencoe were massacred by the soldiers of William III of England, who in 1691 offered bribes and threats to bring peace to the Scottish Highlands. This postcard is part of a collection of…

LCC000629.pdf
A postcard depicting an aerial view of the Scheldt, a river in Antwerp, Belgium. The river runs from northern France through western Belgium and southwestern Netherlands. The tallest building in the postcard is the Cathedral of Our Lady, a Roman…

LCC000630.pdf
A postcard depicting an illustrated aerial view of Lake Geneva harbor, with Mont Blanc in the distance. The lake is located on the north side of the Alps and is shared by Switzerland and France.This postcard is part of a collection of postcards kept…

LCC000631.pdf
A postcard depicting a view of the City of Antwerp, Belgium. The tallest building in the postcard is the Cathedral of Our Lady, a Roman Catholic cathedral founded in 1521.This postcard is part of a collection of postcards kept by Lucile Campbell, a…

LCC000632.pdf
A postcard depicting a hunting lodge and chapel at Kühtai, a mountain pass in the Austrian Alps, in front of the Gaiskogl mountain in Tyrol, Austria. Built in 1622, it became a haven for skiiers around 1909, when the sport became popular.This…

LCC000633.pdf
A postcard depicting an illustrated view of swans and Château de Chillon, a castle on Lake Geneva in Veytaux, Switzerland. The lake is located on the north side of the Alps and is shared by Switzerland and France. Mont Blanc can be seen in the…

LCC000634.pdf
A postcard depicting a view of an alleyway in Antwerp, Belgium. Founded sometime between 150 and 270, Antwerp is the most populous city in Belgium.This postcard is part of a collection of postcards kept by Lucile Campbell, a schoolteacher in Sanford,…

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A postcard depicting a painting of Buachaille Etive, or "Shepherd of the Glen," one of the Munro mountains in Glen Coe, Scotland. This postcard is part of a collection of postcards kept by Lucile Campbell, a schoolteacher in Sanford, Florida, for 30…

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A postcard depicting a painting of a thatched cottage and stone bridge, likely in a Scottish glen.This postcard is part of a collection of postcards kept by Lucile Campbell, a schoolteacher in Sanford, Florida, for 30 years. In 1931, she took…

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A postcard depicting Dunstaffnage Castle, which is located on a rocky outcrop near Loch Etive in Argyll and Bute, Scotland. It is part of a series of defenses located at that spot since the seventh century, when the Kings of Dalriada arrived from…

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A postcard depicting Scottish troops marching in front of a castle. This postcard is part of a collection of postcards kept by Lucile Campbell, a schoolteacher in Sanford, Florida, for 30 years. In 1931, she took advantage of a special rate for…

LCC000640.pdf
A postcard depicting a painted view of Kilchurn Castle, located on Loch Awe in Argyll and Bute, Scotland. Kilchurn Castle was built in the mid-1400s by Sir Colin Campbell. This postcard is part of a collection of postcards kept by Lucile Campbell, a…

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A postcard depicting the Texas State Capitol, the Texas State Flag, and the Texas State Flower, which is the blue bonnet. The was constructed between 1885 and 1888 in Austin, Texas.This postcard is part of a collection of postcards kept by Lucile…

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A postcard depicting Old Texas, a Texas Longhorn steer with horns measuring over 8 feet. Old Tex is on display at the Buckhorn Curio Museum, now called the Buckhorn Saloon & Museum, in San Antonio, Texas.This postcard is part of a collection of…

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A postcard depicting Bethlehem Pennsylvania Shipyards, Inc. in Beaumont, Texas. Founded in 1857, Bethlehem Steel Company was the second-largest steel producer and largest shipbuilder in the country. The Beaumont Yard was one of the major sources for…

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A postcard depicting Dallas, Texas. The postcard shows the Triple Underpass, where Main Street, Elm Street, and Commerce Street converge.This postcard is part of a collection of postcards kept by Lucile Campbell, a schoolteacher in Sanford, Florida,…

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A postcard depicting the Turning Basin Terminal, a complex of 37 wharves, and Port Houston in Houston, Texas. The original port was located at the confluence of Buffalo Bayou and White Oak Bayou. The modern Port of Houston officially opened in…

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A postcard depicting the Tom Miller Dam and Lake Austin in Austin, Texas. Named in honor of Austin mayor Robert Thomas Miller (1893-1962), the Tom Miller Dam began operation in 1940 and forms Lake Austin, formerly known as Lake McDonald.This postcard…

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A postcard depicting an aerial view of Corpus Christi, Texas. Corpus Christi was founded in 1839 and is best known for its roles in the Texas Revolution, the Mexican-American War, and the American Civil War.This postcard is part of a collection of…

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A postcard depicting the Law West of the Pecos in Langtry, Texas. The "Law West of the Pecos" was a nickname for Judge Roy Bean (1825-1903), a Justice of the Peace for Val Verde County. This postcard shows his courthouse, which also served as a…

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A postcard depicting sheep on the range in San Angelo, Texas. This postcard is part of a collection of postcards kept by Lucile Campbell, a schoolteacher in Sanford, Florida, for 30 years. In 1931, she took advantage of a special rate for teachers…

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A postcard depicting roses in bloom in Tyler, Texas, which is also known as "The Rose Garden of America." This postcard is part of a collection of postcards kept by Lucile Campbell, a schoolteacher in Sanford, Florida, for 30 years. In 1931, she took…

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A postcard depicting Stewart Beach, the municipal owned beach of Galveston, Texas. Stewart Beach was established under the tenure of Mayor Brantly Harris, with the aid of the Works Progress Administration (WPA) in 1935.This postcard is part of a…

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A postcard depicting the Buckhorn Museum in San Antonio, Texas. Now called the Buckhorn Saloon and Museum, the museum was founded by Albert Friedrich in 1881. This postcard is part of a collection of postcards kept by Lucile Campbell, a schoolteacher…

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A postcard depicting a grapefruit cluster in the Lower Rio Grande River Valley. This postcard is part of a collection of postcards kept by Lucile Campbell, a schoolteacher in Sanford, Florida, for 30 years. In 1931, she took advantage of a special…

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A postcard depicting the Turkey Trot parade in Cuero, Texas. Unlike other turkey trots, actually turkeys run the race in Cuero, rather than people.This postcard is part of a collection of postcards kept by Lucile Campbell, a schoolteacher in Sanford,…

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A postcard depicting the new Pecos River High Bridge carrying the Southern Pacific Railroad (SP). The original bridge was completed in 1892, but was replaced by a new one in 1944.This postcard is part of a collection of postcards kept by Lucile…

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A postcard depicting the main entrance of the Agricultural and Mechanical College of Texas, now known as Texas A&M University, in College Station, Texas. The college was established as the first public higher education institution in Texas in…

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A postcard depicting the Old Market in Charleston, South Carolina. Originally called the Centre Market, market was established in the 1790s and is now known as the City Market. The market and its surrounding district was added to the U.S. National…

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A postcard depicting a view down Murray Boulevard in Charleston, South Carolina, with Fort Sumter Hotel on one side and the docks on the other. Fort Sumter Hotel was built in 1923 and was converted into condominiums in the 1980s.This postcard is part…

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A postcard depicting Magnolia Plantation and Gardens near Charleston, South Carolina. Magnolia Gardens, which introduced hundreds of varieties of the plant to the United States, has an extensive collection of camellia plants, and continues to…

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A postcard depicting a view of the Sunken Gardens, which were built in 1901 for the Inter-State and West Indian Exposition, a business fair. After the fair was over, Charleston, South Carolina, established Hampton Park, where the Sunken Gardens…

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A postcard depicting Charleston Harbor in Charleston, South Carolina. The harbor was the site of two major Civil War events: the Battle of Fort Sumter and the attack on the USS Housatonic, a Union warship, by the H. L. Hunley, a Confederate…

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A postcard depicting the Cooper River Bridge in Charleston, South Carolina. Officially known as the John P. Grace Memorial Bridge, the bridge opened in 1929 to cross the Cooper River. The Cooper River Bridge was closed in 2005 and replaced by the…

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A postcard depicting the Exchange Building in Charleston, South Carolina. Also known as the Old Exchange and Provost Dungeon, the Custom House, and The Exchange, this structure was constructed from 1767 to 1671 and served a variety of civic…

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A postcard depicting the Powder Magazine in Charleston, South Carolina. This structure was constructed in 1713 to store gunpowder during the American Revolutionary War. The Powder Magazine now serves as a museum located at 79 Cumberland Street.This…

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A postcard depicting showing the Corner of Four Laws at the intersection of Broad Street and Meeting Street in Charleston, South Carolina. At the intersection are four historic sites: St. Michael's Episcopal Church, the U.S. Post Office and…

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A postcard depicting a typical home in in Charleston, South Carolina. This postcard is part of a collection of postcards kept by Lucile Campbell, a schoolteacher in Sanford, Florida, for 30 years. In 1931, she took advantage of a special rate for…

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A postcard depicting the sword gate at the Simonton House in Charleston, South Carolina. While the gateway was added between 1815 and 1820, the house itself was built in 1776This postcard is part of a collection of postcards kept by Lucile Campbell,…

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A postcard depicting The Battery in Charleston, South Carolina. The Battery is a defensive seawall and promenade named for a Civil War-era defense artillery battery located at the site.This postcard is part of a collection of postcards kept by Lucile…

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A postcard depicting the famous Middleton Oak tree at Middleton Gardens in Dorchester County, near Charleston, South Carolina. Now called Middleton Place, the site was formerly a plantation owned by a series of planters.This postcard is part of a…

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A postcard depicting Rainbow Row, a series of 13 historic houses in Charleston, South Carolina. During the 1930s and the 1940s, the houses were painted pastel colors, coining the name Rainbow Row.This postcard is part of a collection of postcards…

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A postcard depicting The Battery at the junction of Ashley River and Cooper River in Charleston, South Carolina. The Battery is a defensive seawall and promenade named for a Civil War-era defense artillery battery located at the site.This postcard is…

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A postcard depicting The Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina in Charleston. Built in 1820, the original citadel stood on what is now Marion Square. In 1842, Governor John Peter Richardson III (1831-1899) called for the conversion of The…

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A postcard depicting an aerial view of the Cooper River Bridge and Ocean Highway in Charleston, South Carolina. Officially known as the John P. Grace Memorial Bridge, the bridge opened in 1929 to cross the Cooper River. The Cooper River Bridge was…