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A postcard depicting Pink House in the French Quarter of Charleston, South Carolina. This historic house was constructed with pink Bermuda stone between 1694 and 1712. The structure was used as a tavern in the 1750s, a house in the 1780s, an art…

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A postcard depicting a vendor with a basket on her head selling flowers in Charleston, South Carolina, a common practice throughout the year. 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 exterior of Ashley Hall, a school in Charleston, South Carolina. Once the Spring-Witte estate, the building was purchased by Mary Vardrine McBee in 1909 and turned into an independent college preparatory school. It is still…

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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 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 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 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…