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This Rare Footage In The 1930s Shows South Carolina Like Youve

This Rare Footage In The 1930s Shows South Carolina Like Youve

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This Rare Footage In The 1930s Shows South Carolina Like You've Never Seen Before

Funny 30s Historic Film about Charleston, South Carolina

Top: sign for the State Hospital at Bull Street. Bottom: sign for Crafts

Rare 1920s Footage: All-Black Towns Living the American Dream | National Geographic - YouTube

What Alabama's Major Cities Looked Like In The 1930s May Shock You. Birmingham Especially.

Rare film released of Britain in the 1930s and 40s

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Going to and arriving in Istanbul, Turquie / Turkey 1930

Rare Film of First African-American Professional Golfer Sheds Light on Pre-Civil Rights Era | South Carolina Public Radio

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South Carolina landscape artist Blondelle Malone (1877-1951) in a garden painting the garden. So meta!

Pleasant Ridge State Park (now county park) picnic, 1956. SCPRT photograph.

This Rare Footage In The 1930s Shows New Orleans Like You've Never Seen Before

Rare 3D Stereoscopic Photographs of Slavery in South Carolina (1860)

Many North Carolina farmers in the 1930s relied too heavily on cash crops like cotton and tobacco, planting little that their family could eat.

Letter from Parks Desegregation Files, Records of the SC Forestry Commission, South Carolina Department of Archives and History.

Why the extraordinary story of the last slave in America has finally come to light

See it for yourself in digital form: https://digital.library.sc.edu/blogs/rbsc/category/phillis-wheatley/ …pic.twitter.com/8FfRSAUR7G

The State, 17 June 1961.

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Civil Rights and Segregation: Rare Color Photos, South Carolina, 1956 | Time.com

This map supplied by the NASA Image and Video Gallery shows the path of totality as

Troops returning from WW I march through Columbia, April 1919

They went on to say that "this park was established in 1935 for the exclusive use of white persons, and based on custom and precedence we will have to deny ...

So your family is from Alabama, Georgia or South Carolina and think you are Cherokee

“There are many rumors about what we do here,” says Adesoji, who gives me a tour of the grounds. “We cook people. We eat dogs. If you go in, you never come ...

The Next Plague Is Coming. Is America Ready?

Myrtle Beach, South Carolina skyline.

22+ Fun And Exciting Things To Do In Myrtle Beach, SC

pool next to a home and trees

Tarawa map

Dorothea Lange, Migrant agricultural worker's family. Seven hungry children. Mother aged thirty-

South Carolina Honors College

USGS puts the kibosh on '1000 year flood' and 'caused by climate change

A map from the 1930s showing redlining mapping of Atlanta.

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This 1939 photograph shows the son of a sharecropper in Wake County doing the difficult job of worming tobacco. Image from Library of Congress, ...

Hurricane Florence Could Be the Worst Storm to Ever Hit North of Florida

Upstate residents are spotting mountain lions, but experts disagree

Shippen and fellow golfers

Even if this illustration were a photo, police might be found to be justified.

The burning of Columbia during Sherman's occupation, from Harper's Weekly

(choice) SC South Carolina license plate - Sunrise design

The South Carolina Department of Natural Resources receives at least 100 calls a year about mountain lions, according to SCDNR biologist Jay Butfiloski.

What to see and what to skip in Myrtle Beach

Possibly actress Carmel Myers (left), and Myers posing for a headshot in 1920. Image from footage, courtesy of Mid-Atlantic Regional Moving Image Archive, ...

PHOTO GALLERY: South Carolina venomous snake guide

Cars aren't the only vehicles that have to gas up.

How the Green Book Helped African-American Tourists Navigate a Segregated Nation

Carlos Javier Ortiz

S.C. Judge Says 1944 Execution Of 14-Year-Old Boy Was Wrong

Don Senick (at left) of Fox Movietone News poses with Cpt. Louis Hayward.

Wall of Jim Crow Laws

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Popular Entertainment in 1930s America

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African Americans in the South in 1930s

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Against the Odds, A 40-Year Old West African Village in South Carolina Has Thrived. “

Carolina Buddies, “The Murder of the Lawson Family” (ca. 1930). As this ...

During rehearsals for his current Max Weinberg's Jukebox tour, I Need New Zealand sat down with Max for a fun Q&A lightning round: over the course of more ...

A combed yarn mill in Gastonia, North Carolina, 1938. Image courtesy of the State Archives, North Carolina Office of Archives and History.

Postcard from NAAWP to J. Arthur Brown, June 11, 1961, Avery Research Center, Charleston, SC.

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Initial interment of Marine dead in mass graves. This film was released to the newsreels for screening to the public. Fox editors decided not to use it.

MOTORCYCLE LICENSE PLATE - SOUTH CAROLINA 1987, nice original condition as shown

Segregation In America Separate Fountains

Bill and Ellen Thomas, Ages 88 and 81

... E. Brown of Charleston was among the first African Americans students to desegregate the public schools of South Carolina .pic.twitter.com/m9qnDcUTxw

The Black Family in the Age of Mass Incarceration

Myrtle Beach is a great family travel destination! From miles of Atlantic Ocean beaches to

Mar 17, 1930 - Panorama of Fairmount Ave in Philadelphia, PA (real sound)

Image from footage, courtesy of Mid-Atlantic Regional Moving Image Archive/Charles Albin, via Wikimedia Commons.

Returning to The Bottom Line in 1975, the next clip featured a young, lithe Bruce at his manic best bouncing all over stage like a pinball machine from a ...

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Rare Photographs Could Show Paul Gauguin in Tahiti | Smart News | Smithsonian

Where have all the insects gone?

Cole Saladino/Thrillist

California Dreamin': The Songs of the Mamas and the Papas | PBS Presents | PBS

Why the extraordinary story of the last slave in America has finally come to light | Books | The Guardian

Congressman T.S. McMillan of Charleston, South Carolina with two women who are doing the Charleston

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Disasters Program featuring Sidney Hotel Fire, May 2nd

Your diamond is basically worthless the minute you walk out of the store. Lots of people think they can resell their diamond ...

Young girls listen attentively in a sewing class, Greenville, S. Carolina, 1956

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A family gathered around a radio console, 1930s.