|Object ID #||2004.022.01|
|Title||Photograph Album Presented to Mrs. Frances A. Robb from W.M. Muckenfuss|
|Object Type||Album, Photograph|
|Creator/Author||Muckenfuss, W. M. (William M.)|
|Scope & Content||
Photograph album with leather cover containing 60 leaves. Cover embossed with large battleship in the center and other military symbols in the borders. Cover and leaves are bound by string through 2 holes at the left side of album. Contains black and white photographs of various Charleston residences, landmarks, sites, people, and battleships as well as other lowcountry places. Many photos are identified by handwritten captions in white ink on the black paper. Photos are fixed to the page in photo corners. Some photos are missing. Most pages contain 3-4 photos. Some photos are dated and some are initialled "W.M.M."
Contents include the following (titles provided by Mr. Muckenfuss who assembled the album). See Multimedia Link for printed index and link to Lowcountry Digital Library for scans of pages in their entirety. See Photo Catalog for records for each photo.
121 Hester St.; 120 Wentworth Street; 122 Wentworth St.; 250 Year Parade, Charleston, S.C.; A Long Highway; All Seem to be Enjoying Themselves; Along the Ashley; Ashley Barony Estate, 1675; At Stallsville, S.C., 30 Yrs. Ago; Aviary, Hampton Park, Charleston, S.C.; Ball Estate' Biggin Church, 1755; Boys back from the Mexican Border Trouble, 25 yrs ago; Boys from the Boar (sic) War on parade, King Street, Chas., S.C.; Branch of the Cooper Near Church; Bridge Across the Cooper River, Charleston, S.C. [Grace Memorial Bridge]; C.C.C. Camp, Down Road from Church; Charleston Harbor, S.C., 1940; Charleston Harbor, S.C.: Battleship Fla., 1912; Charleston Harbor, S.C.: Battleship Utah 1912; Charleston Harbor, S.C.: Transport Leaving, 1st World War; Charleston Harbor, S.C.: Transport Returning from 1st World War; Charleston S.C. Harbor: Battleship, 1912; Charleston S.C. Harbor: Battleships [N. Dak., Del.], 1912; Charleston S.C. Harbor: British Aircarrier, 1941; Charleston S.C. Harbor: British Crusier (sic), 1941; Charleston, S.C. Harbor: Battleship Philadelphia; Charleston, S.C. Harbor: Bridge Brooklyn, Pa.; Charleston, S.C. Harbor: Camoufage (sic) in Chas. SC Harbor, 1st World War; Charleston, S.C. Harbor: Old Ferry Boat; Charleston, So. Ca., 1942; Churches, Charleston, SC: Old St. Michael's Epis. at Sunset; Churches, Charleston, SC: St. Johns Lutheran; Churches, Charleston, SC: St. Mathews Lutheran; Churches, Charleston, SC: Unitarian; Citadel; Confederate Flags; Cypress Gardens, S.C.; Darlington Avenue, Charleston, S.C.; Ferry - Wharf; Front of the Ashley Bridge; Garden Scenes; Goose Creek Church; Hampton Park, Charleston, S.C.; High Tide on Folleys Island, S.C., 1939; Iris Gardens - Swan Lake - Sumter, SC; Isle of Palms, S.C., 1938; Isle of Palms, So., Ca., 1940; Just a Little East of C.C.C. Camp, a Pretty Spot for an Outing; Just Across the Cooper Bridge; King Street by Marion Square; Logan Street, Charleston, S.C.; Magnolia Cemetery, Charleston, SC; Magnolia Gardens; Mateeba Gardens, S.C.; Mt. Pleasant Side [across Cooper Bridge]; Nausett Near Navy Yard; Near; Santee-Cooper Dam; Near Summerville, S.C.; Old Ball Estate on Quimby; On Isle of Palms, S.C., Near Charleston; Parade Chas., S.C. 250 Years; Pompion Hill Chapel, 1763; Pompion Hill ChDr; Post Office [Summerville, SC]; Road on Other Side of Camp; Santee R. Near Georgetown, S.C.; Santee R. Near Orangeburg, S.C.; Santee-Cooper Dam Under Construction, S.C.; Santee-Cooper Dam, S.C.; Scene Across the Ashley, Charleston, S.C.; Scenes Near Charleston, S.C.: "The Hawral"; Snow Storm at #14 George Street about 30 Yrs Ago, 1914; Summerville, S.C.; Sumter, S.C.; Sunrise at Folleys (sic) Island, S.C., 1940; Sunset Across the Ashley; Sunset at Folley River; Sunset Folley River; Swan Lake, Sumter, So. Ca.; Views Across the Ashley River; Views Across the Ashley: Along Highway; Views Across the Ashley: Bees Ferry Road; Views Across the Ashley: Near Dupoint; Views Across the Ashley: Old St. Andrews Church; Wentworth Street, Charleston, S.C.; WWI Parade Chas., SC., 250 year.
Lowcountry Digital Library
|Physical Description||1 book, 15.5" x 11.5", with leather cover, bound by string, 60 pages|