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    • 1872 Bird’s Eye View of Columbia

    • 1872
    • C. Drie
    • Drawn and Published in Baltimore, 1872. Bird’s Eye View of the City of Columbia. The Panoramic or Bird’s Eye View map was a popular cartographic form used to depict cities and towns during the late Nineteenth and early Twentieth Centuries. Often...
    • 1917 Official Map of South Carolina

    • 1917
    • South Carolina Department of Transportation
    • South Carolina Department of Transportation; Columbia, State Department of Agriculture, 1917. Map on paper. • Official Map of South Carolina showing the main public highways. Spurred by the 1916 passage of the Federal Aid Road Act which provided...
    • A Map of South Carolina

    • 1822
    • John L. Wilson
    • Philadelphia, H. S. Tanner, Engraver, 1822, Map on paper, A Map of South Carolina, constituted and drawn from the District Surveys ordered by the Legislature. Following the War of 1812, population growth and Westward expansion created a need for...
    • Auto Trails Map

    • 1922-23
    • Rand McNally & company
    • Chicago 1922-23; Auto Trails Map, North and South Carolina; Official Map of District #20. Before Interstates in 1956 and numbered United States Highways in 1926, the only way to navigate on road trips was to use Auto Trails Maps. These routes...
    • Baptismal Cup

    • 1859
    • Thomas W. Radcliffe--James S. Guignard
    • A small, round silver cup with handle that most likely was presented at a christening or baptism. The top and bottom lips of the cup are decorated with a gadrooned border. The handle is adorned at the top by an applied piece of scrollwork. The cup...
    • Basket

    • 1919-1922
    • Unknown Catawba artist
    • Split-oak basket woven into a rectangular form. Basket lip is made of oak slabs bound 4 times around weaving tops and then wrapped with a thinner piece of oak threaded around these slabs. This is one of a small number of surviving older baskets...
    • Benjamin Tillman

    • 1880
    • William Reckling
    • Before and After – cabinet photograph of Benjamin Ryan Tillman showing Tillman before and after became Governor, circa 1880s
    • Blondell Malone's House

    • 1909
    • Columbia Photo Studio, Columbia; Walter L. Blanchard
    • Tea time in the drawing room at home - photograph of Interior of Blondelle Malone's house
    • Boston Rocker, c. 1845 Wood

    • c. 1845
    • Milo Berry
    • Bearing the inscription M.H.B./Columbia/S.C., this mid-19th-century, fiddle-back Boston rocker is attributed to one of the fall line's most successful artisans and businessmen. Its original finish, which featured gilt curvilinear and Greek key...
    • Bowl

    • 1840-1850
    • Thomas Chandler
    • Alkaline-glazed stoneware bowl or milk pan form with wide banded rim made by Thomas Chandler. ""Lime"" glaze is smooth and shiny. Coloration is light beige-khaki on exterior, interior is grayish green with blue/green or celadon glaze drips and...
    • Bowl

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    • Attributed to Susannah Owl
    • Catawba Indian snake bowl from the early 19th century. The earthenware bowl fired with variations in color, with a brown base. Areas on the bowl fired to a very dark color with some areas being black. A representation of a snake runs along the side...

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