Vintage Photos of South Carolina From Before The Civil War (1850s/1860s)
A collection of antebellum photographs of South Carolina in areas close to Charleston as well as further inland taken during the 1850’s and 1860’s. The photos were taken by photography firm Osborn and Dubec and other unidentified photographers. A companion piece to my video Rare Photos of Slaves in South Carolina From the 1850s/1860s: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=420zn72UuYE
Source: Robin Stanford Collection, Library of Congress.
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