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Title: College of Charleston Collection of Miscellaneous Illustrated Newspaper Clippings

Collection #: 0105

Dates: 1840-1917

Size: 1.5 linear feet

Biographical Note: N/A

Scope and Content Note: The collection consists of clippings from illustrated newspapers gathered by the staff of the Special Collections department of the College of Charleston Library. It includes clippings from various illustrated newspapers and periodicals from within the United States and from England and France. Most of the newspapers contain images relating to events in South Carolina.

Subject Headings:

South Carolina -- History -- 19th century -- Miscellanea.
South Carolina -- History -- 20th century -- Miscellanea.
American newspapers -- Miscellanea.

Inventory:

 

Date

Origin/Artist

        Subject

 

1.

1840

?

Print of Charleston

 

2.

1851

The Illustrated London News

Schomberg House

 

3.

1852

Gleason’s Pictorial Drawing-Room Companion

Charleston Hotel / Meeting Street

 

4.

1852

“Description of the State of South Carolina”

“View in Meeting Street”

 

5.

June 11, 1853

Illustrated News

“View of Charleston” and “Foundation of the New Custom House”

 

6.

1853

Illustrated News / In color

“View of Charleston” and “Foundation of the New Custom House”

 

7.

1853

By Pilliner

“The Mills House”

 

 

8.

1855

Gleason’s Pictorial Drawing-Room Companion

“The New Custom House”

 

9.

1855

Reports and Explorations and Surveys to Ascertain the Most Practicable and Economic Route for a Rail Road from the Mississippi to the Pacific Ocean

“Victor’s Camp – Hell Gate Ronde”

 

10.

1856

?

“Defense of Ft. Moultrie, S.C.”

 

11.

March 11, 1858

The Illustrated London News

“Chasing the Devil Fish in South Carolina”

 

12.

August 7, 1858

Ballou’s Pictorial

“Artesian Wells in Charleston” and “Forts Pinckney and Sumter, Charleston, S.C.”

 

13.

1860

?

“Siege of Charleston”

 

14.

1860

Le Monde Illustre

The Attack of the Star of the West

 

15.

Jan. 12, 1861

New York Illustrated News

“Major Robert Anderson”

 

16.

May 11, 1861

The Illustrated London News

“The Main Battery at Ft. Sumter”

 

17.

1862

?

General William Moultrie

 

18.

1862

?

Charles Cotesworth Pinckney

 

19.

May 2, 1863

The Illustrated London News

U.S. Iron Clad, Weehawkin / Field Marshal Lord Seaton

 

20.

May 16, 1863

The Illustrated London News

Bombardment of Charleston Harbor

 

 

21.

 

April 4, 1863

 

The Illustrated London News

 

Defenses of Charleston

 

22.

June 6, 1863

The Illustrated London News

Scene from Ft. Moultrie

 

23.

1863

The Illustrated London News

Scene from Ft. Moultrie

 

24.

Dec. 5, 1863

The Illustrated London News

Interior of Ft. Sumter / Fighting at Ft. Moultrie

 

25.

1866

?

Street Vendor in Charleston

 

26.

July 15, 1871

“Charleston and Its Suburbs”

View of Charleston / View of Ashley River

 

27.

July 29, 1871

Every Saturday

“Mr. Knapp’s Banana Orchid”

 

28.

July 6, 1872

Hearth and Home

“The South Battery”

 

29.

1878

?

“ A Tow on the Mississippi”

 

30.

1880

Charleston Harbor Improvements

Charleston Harbor Improvements

 

31.

Oct. 14, 1882

?

Burning of the Steamboat, Robert E. Lee

 

32.

1885

The Pictorial Battles

Bombardment of Ft. Walker, Hilton Head Island

 

33.

April 26, 1887

?

“The Unveiling of the Statue of John C. Calhoun”

 

34.

1889

Picturesque Sketches of American Progress

“Views In and Around Charleston”

 

35.

1894

?

1st Regiment of the South Carolina Volunteers

 

36.

1894

?

St. Philips’s Church

 

37.

1895

Black America Black America

 

38.

1898

Harper’s Weekly

Buffalo Soldiers – 9th U.S. Calvary

 

39.

1900

The Civil War in the United States

Siege of Charleston

 

40.

Feb. 1, 1902

?

“The Beautiful ‘Ivory City’ of Charleston, South Carolina’

 

41.

1904

?

“The Last Match”

 

42.

1910

“A History of the Civil War”

St. Michael’s after the Bombardment

 

43.

1912

?

Ft. Sumter after the Bombardment

 

44.

April 14, 1917

Scientific American

Sinking of the German Steamer, Liebenfels

 

45.

?

Picturesque America

“Charleston and Its Suburbs”

 

46.

?

?

Residences on the Waterfront, Charleston, S.C.

 

47.

?

Picturesque America

“Magnolia”

 

48.

?

Picturesque America

“Magnolia”

 

49.

?

“Prints Old and Rare”

Hunks of History, vol. 2

 

50.

?

?

Interior of Ft. Sumter after its Bombardment

 

51.

?

“Civil War in the U.S.”

Crowd outside of City Hall Awaiting the Results of the Election of 1860

 

52.

?

“The Soldier in Our Civil War”

U.S. Arsenal at Charleston, S.C.

 

53.

?

“The Soldier in Our Civil War”

Confederate Monument at Magnolia Cemetery, Charleston, S.C.

 

54.

?

?

Charleston Hotel

 

55.

?

“The Soldier in Our Civil War”

Evacuation of Charleston, 1865

 

56.

?

?

“Entrance of the 55th Massachusetts Colored Regiment in Charleston”

 

57.

?

Atlas to Accompany the Official of the Union and Confederate Armies, 1861-1865

Various Civil War Scenes

 

58.

?

?

Iron Clads Bombarding Charleston

 

59.

?

“Pictorial History of the War of 1861”

War in Charleston Harbor

 

60.

?

?

Sergeant Jasper Recovers Flag at Charleston, June 28, 1776

 

61.

?

?

War Scenes from Ft. Moultrie

 

62.

?

?

War in Secessionville, S.C.

 

63.

?

?

The Defense of Charleston under Gen. Beauregard

 

64.

?

?

Print of J.R. Poinsett

 

65.

?

?

Fire of 1861? (in German)

 

66.

?

?

Colored Emigrants seeking Homes in the North

 

67.

?

Picturesque America

“Glimpse of Charleston Bay”

 

68.

?

?

View on the Battery /

Magnolia Cemetery / View of Charleston

 

69.

?

Ballou’s Pictorial

Jail, Orphan House, Roper Hospital, Citadel Square Church

 

70.

?

?

“The Army Leaves Its Base”

 

71.

?

“Charleston and Its Suburbs”

A Garden in Charleston

 

72.

?

Engraved by Samuel Bradshaw

“The Sylvan Calm”

 

73.

?

By S. Prout

“Lahneck”

 

74.

?

?

?

 

75.

?

?

“Cathedrale de Ratisbonne”

 

 

?

 

 

 

76.

?

Published by M. Knoedler

Print of Victor Emmanuel II

 

77.

?

By Alberto Pasini

“Promenade of a Harem”

 

78.

?

Roman Photograph

Roman Photograph

 

79.

?

Engraved by Charles Lewis

“Grand Canal – Venice”

 

80.

?

?

Karnak – The Grand Hall

 

81.

?

By J.B.L. Massard

“Une Cuisiniere”

 

82.

?

D. Appleton and Company

“Drawing the Net at Haweswater”

 

83.

?

Engraving by Delvaux

“Un Chasseur”

 

84.

?

Engraving by P. Audouin

“Une Jeune Femme Etudiant sur la Mandoline”

 

85.

?

By E. Radclyffe

“The Beacon-Tower”

 

86.

?

By C.W. Sharpe

“A Country Blacksmith”

 

87.

?

By Forster

“Une Jeune Femme a San Fenetre”

 

88.

?

By Geraut

“Une Femme Accrochant une Volaille”

 

89.

?

By G. Vivian

“Granada – View Near the Fountain of the Hazel Nuts”

 

90.

?

By Oortman

“Une Femme Tenant un Pot de Biere ey un Verre”

 

91.

?

By Ribault

“Une Femme Accordant une Guitare”

 

92.

?

Landscape ?

Landscape ?

 

93.

?

By F. Bedford

“Chapter House – York Cathedral

 

94.

?

By Louis Haghe

“Temple of Petra”