Physical description 1.78 linear feet (4 boxes, 1 oversized folder)
Preferred Citation An Index of the Images Contained in the Charleston Year Book, 1880–1951, The Charleston Archive, Charleston County Public Library
Repository The Charleston Archive
Compiled By Dr. Nicholas Butler and Laura Barfield, 2007
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Year Caption Page Subject Format
1880 City Hall frontispiece City Hall Illustration
1880 A Map of Charleston--the Harbor and Vicinity frontispiece Charleston map
1880 A Map of Charles Town in 1671 242 Charleston map
1880 A Map of Charles Town in 1704 243 Charleston map
1880 A Map of Charles Town [n.d.] 256 Charleston map
1880 A Map of Charles Town with its Entrenchments, and those made by the English during the Siege of 1780 264 Charleston map
1880 A Map of the present City of Charleston 280 Charleston map
1881 Colonial Exchange--now the Post Office frontispiece Exchange Illustration
1882 William Enston frontispiece People port.
1882 City Hall frontispiece City Hall photo
1882 The New Council Chamber, City Hall 208 City Hall photo
1882 An Exact Prospect of Charles Town, 1762 340 Charleston illustration
1882 Fac-Simile of Sir Henry Clinton's Map of the Siege of Charles Town 360 Charleston map
1883 Map of Charleston and surrounding vicinity, showing the original settlement of 1670 at Albemarle Point frontispiece Charleston map
1883 Fac-Simile of the Medal Struck at the United States Mint, Philadelphia, to commemorate the Centennial of the Incorporation of the City of Charleston, 13 August 1883 324 Charleston illustration
1883 The Great Seal of the Second Lords Proprietors of the Province of Carolina 356 Seals photo
1883 Fac-Simile of an Old Map of Carolina (previous to 1700) 377 Charleston map
1883 Fac-Simile of a British Stamp 411 Stamps illustration
1883 Fac-Simile of an Old Map, giving the British account of the Battle of Fort Sullivan, 28 June 1776 415 Forts map
1883 Plats A, B, C, showing Locations of Fort Johnson--1704–1865 473 Forts map
1883 Plats D, E, showing Locations of Fort Moultrie--1776–1865 478 Forts map
1883 Plats E, G, showing Location of Castle Pinckney--1794 481 Castle Pinckney map
1883 Plats F, G, showing Shape and Area of Fort Sumter--1828 483 Forts map
1883 Fac-Simile of Relics Found in the Cornerstone of the Old Light-House, Morris Island, 1767 491 Morris Island illustration
1884 The Ichnography of Charles Town, at High Water, 1739 frontispiece Charleston map
1884 A Plat of the City's Artesian Well, Marion Square, showing strata down to the depth of 1970 feet 152 Artesian Well map
1884 A Map of Morris and Part of Folly Islands, at the Entrance of Charleston Harbor, 1861–62 352 Morris Island map
1884 Plan of Fort Wagner, Morris Island 360 Forts illustration
1885 A map of the Inner Harbor, with several thousand Soundings, showing Depth of Water at all Points frontispiece Charleston map
1885 Portraits of the Prominent Volunteer Firemen, 1842 152 People illustration
1885 Facsimile of Poster fixing Price of Stamps and of the Stamp itself 336 Stamps illustration
1886 Map of Charleston and Vicinity, showing location of all Forts 352 Forts map
1886 The Earliest Map of Carolina, made by order of the Lords Proprietors, 1672 248 South Carolina map
1886 Map of the Improved Part of Carolina, with the settlements down to 1715 280 South Carolina map
1886 Map Showing Epicenter Region of Earthquake, 31 August 1886 345 1886 Earthquake map
1886 Court House--Earthquake Views 352 1886 Earthquake photo
1886 Residence of Mr. Ravenel, East Battery, Earthquake Views 360 1886 Earthquake photo
1886 Old U.S. Courthouse, Earthquake Views 368 1886 Earthquake photo
1886 Residence of Mr. William Sinkler, Tradd Street, Earthquake Views 376 1886 Earthquake photo
1886 Collapsed Building in Rear of U.S. Post Office, Earthquake Views 384 1886 Earthquake photo
1886 Ruins of Three Large Buildings, Hayne Street, Earthquake Views 392 1886 Earthquake photo
1886 Medical College, Ruins of Portico 400 1886 Earthquake photo
1886 St. Michael's Church, Earthquake Views 408 1886 Earthquake photo
1886 Schultz Residence, Summerville, Earthquake Views 416 1886 Earthquake photo
1886 Geyser near Ten Mile Hill, Showing Erupted Sand, Earthquake Views 424 1886 Earthquake photo
1886 Fissure Near Ashley River, Earthquake Views 425 1886 Earthquake photo
1887 Front Row of Cottages, Upper King Street, William Enston Home frontispiece Enston Home illustration
1887 Ground Plan of Enston Home 86 Enston Home map
1887 Office, Shirras Dispensary 91 Shirras Dispensary illustration
1887 Orphan House 96 Orphan House illustration
1887 Memorial Hospital 136 Memorial Hospital illustration
1887 Ground Plan of Memorial Hospital 137 Memorial Hospital map
1887 Central Fire Station 168 Fire Station illustration
1887 Central Police Station 178 Police Station illustration
1887 Old Cumberland M.E. Church 352 Churches illustration
1887 Old Bethel M.E. Church 355 Churches illustration
1887 Old Trinity Pulpit 358 Churches illustration
1887 New Bethel M.E. Church 364 Churches illustration
1888 No images in 1888 yearbook      
1889 F. W. Dawson frontispiece People photo
1890 Charleston Harbor 135 Charleston  
1890 View of Maritime Sanitation Building 136 Sanitation photo
1890 View of Interior of Maritime Sanitation Building 148 Sanitation photo
1890 View of Open Cylinder, and Truck Loaded with Clothing, etc., before entering Maritime Sanitation 150 Sanitation photo
1890 View of Cylinder-Truck with Clothing Introduced, Maritime Sanitation 152 Sanitation photo
1890 View of Vessel Being Fumigated, and Wharf for Ballast Deposit, Maritime Sanitation 154 Sanitation photo
1890 View of Fumigating Wharf--Vessel and Naphtha Launch, Maritime Sanitation 156 Sanitation photo
1890 View of Quarantine Officer's Dwelling 158 Sanitation photo
1891 No images in 1891 yearbook      
1892 No images in 1892 yearbook      
1893 Sketch of the College of Charleston 238 College of Charleston illustration
1893 Map showing soundings at the Jetties in Charleston Harbor from 1884 to 1892 272 Charleston Harbor map
1894 Hall of St. Andrew's Society 274 Buildings illustration
1895 No images in 1895 yearbook      
1896 No images in 1896 yearbook      
1897 Cannon Park, preliminary plan 184 Parks map
1898 Chicora Park, general plan 160 Parks map
1899 Thomson Auditorium xxii Buildings  
1900 No images in 1900 yearbook      
1901 The Timrod Memorial, Washington Square Appendix, p. 61 Memorials illustration
1901 Henry Timrod Appendix, p. 62 People photo
1901 Henry Timrod Appendix, p. 66 People photo
1901 Henry Timrod house, Henderson Street, Columbia, S.C. Appendix, p. 68 Houses photo
1901 Plan Showing Site of Naval Station, Charleston, S.C. Appendix, p. 83 Naval Station map
1901 Plan Showing Proposed General Development, U.S. Naval Station, Charleston S.C. Appendix, p. 86 Naval Station map
1902 Drainage Map of Charleston Neck Appendix, p. 90 Charleston map
1903 Hon. J. Adger Smyth, Mayor frontispiece People photo
1903 Board of Aldermen and Mayor Pro Tem, Charleston, S.C., 1900 iv People photo
1903 Board of Aldermen and Mayor Pro Tem, Charleston, S.C., 1901 vi People photo
1903 Board of Aldermen and Mayor Pro Tem, Charleston, S.C., 1902 viii People photo
1903 Board of Aldermen and Mayor Pro Tem, Charleston, S.C., 1903 x People photo
1903 W. W. Simons, Clerk of Council xii People photo
1903 R. G. O'Neale, Mayor's Secretary xiv People photo
1903 Theo. D. Jervey, City Recorder xviii People photo
1903 J. O. Lea, City Treasurer 1 People photo
1903 Daniel L. Sinkler, City Assessor 20 People photo
1903 Glenn E. Davis, City Sheriff 41 People photo
1903 J. B. Keckeley, Superintendent of Streets 44 People  
1903 George H. Moffett, Corporation Counsel 51 People photo
1903 J. H. Dingle, City Surveyor 54 People photo
1903 I'on Simons, City Electrician 64 People photo
1903 J. Merceir Green, M.D., Health Officer 67 People photo
1903 O. G. Marjenhoff, Chief of Fire Department 115 People photo
1903 W. A. Boyle, Chief of Police 130 People photo
1903 Beauregard Memorial Arch frontispiece Memorials photo
1904 Roper Hospital Appendix, p. 23 Roper Hospital illustration
1905 Roper Hospital, blueprints Appendix, p. 24 Roper Hospital illustration
1905 Roper Hospital, blueprints Appendix, p. 26 Roper Hospital illustration
1905 Admiral F. W. Dickins, Cruiser Charleston Appendix, p. 30 People photo
1905 U.S.S. Charleston Appendix, p. 40 Ships illustration
1905 Cmdr. Winslow, U.S.N. Appendix, p. 46 People  
1905 Silver Punch bowl presented to crew of Cruiser Charleston by City of Charleston Appendix, p. 48 Misc. illustration
1906 The North German Lloyd Steamship "Wittekind" Appendix, p. 31 Ships photo
1906 Hon. E. J. Watson, Commissioner of Agriculture, Commerce and Immigration for South Carolina Appendix, p. 4 People photo
1906 Chart of the "Wittekind's" First Voyage from Bremen to Charleston Appendix, p. 9   map
1906 The First Immigrant from the "Wittekind," Herr Nicolaus Nicmann Appendix, p. 14 People photo
1906 Immigrants with their Baggage, landing at Charleston from the "Wittekind" Appendix, p. 19 People photo
1907 Bandstand, White Point Garden p. 199 Parks photo
1907 Cannon Park, showing entrance to the new Charleston Museum Appendix, p. 13 Charleston Museum photo
1907 Home of the Charleston Museum for Sixty Years Appendix, p. 16, 22 Charleston Museum photo
1907 Francis Simmons Holmes Appendix, p. 26 People photo
1908 Floor plan, main Exhibition Hall, New Charleston Museum p. 303 Charleston Museum map
1909 No images in 1909 yearbook      
1910 No images in 1910 yearbook      
1911 In Hampton Park 248 Parks photo
1911 East Battery 252 Charleston photo
1911 In White Point Garden 257 Parks photo
1912 Panoramic view of Harbor and City of Charleston showing battleship fleet frontispiece Charleston photo
1913 No images in 1913 yearbook      
1914 Bacteriological Laboratory, Health Department, Medical College 146 Buildings photo
1914 Bacteriological Laboratory, Health Department, Medical College 150 Buildings photo
1915 No images in 1915 yearbook      
1916 Hon. T. T. Hyde, Mayor frontispiece People photo
1916 Police Station 270 Buildings photo
1916 Capt. J. A. Black, Chief of Police 280 People photo
1916 T. M. O'Brien, Chief Detective 281 People photo
1917 No images in 1917 yearbook      
1918 Capt. J. A. Black, Chief of Police 282 People photo
1918 Police Station 284   photo
1918 Clarence Levy, Banking Detective 292 People photo
1918 Charles W. Busch, Juvenile Officer 296 People photo
1919 No images in 1919 yearbook      
1920 Main Pumping Station, Hanahan, Berkeley Co., S.C. 224 Buildings photo
1920 Engine Room, Main Pumping Station, Hanahan, Berkeley Co., S.C. 226 Buildings photo
1920 Engineers' Cottages, Hanahan, Berkeley Co., S.C. 231 Buildings photo
1920 One of the Original 100 ft. Timber Spillways, Goose Creek Dam, Hanahan, Berkeley Co., S.C. 236 Dams photo
1920 New Concrete Spillway, Goose Creek Dam, Hanahan, Berkeley Co,. S.C. 241 Dams photo
1920 Northeast Abutment, New Concrete Spillway, Hanahan, Berkeley Co., S.C. 245 Dams photo
1920 Washwater Standpipe, New Filter Plant, Hanahan, Berkeley Co., S.C. 251 Buildings photo
1920 Concrete Forms in Place Ready for Pouring Concrete, New Filter Plant, Hanahan, Berkeley Co., S.C. 256 Buildings photo
1920 One of 14 New Concrete Filter Tanks, Showing Wheeler Bottoms, About completed 259 Buildings photo
1920 One of 14 new Filters Showing Wash Water Troughs, Wheeler Bottom and Balls in Place Ready to Receive Gravel and Sand 264 Buildings photo
1920 James R. Cantwell, Chief of Police 303 People photo
1921 Engineers' Cottages, Hanahan Pumping Station 192 Houses photo
1921 Storage Reservoir after Removal of Floating Islands, Dec. 1921 228   photo
1921 Storage Reservoir after Removal of Floating Islands, Dec. 1921 231   photo
1921 New Filter Plant, Built 1920–21. Hanahan Pumping Station 236 Buildings photo
1921 James R. Cantwell, Chief of Police 281 People photo
1922 Engineers' Cottages, Hanahan Pumping Station 199 Buildings photo
1922 Section of 6" Main, Laid 1887--Removed 1922. Showing Incrustation. Coefficient 34. Water Department 251 Water Department photo
1922 Section of 6" Cement Lined Cast Iron Main, Laid 1922, Internal Dia. 5 5/8." Water Department 253 Water Department photo
1922 Storage Reservoir Showing Floating Islands, July 1921 259   photo
1922 Storage Reservoir after Removal of Floating Islands, Dec. 1921 263   photo
1922 James R. Cantwell, Chief of Police 305 People photo
1923 No images in 1923 yearbook.      
1924 No images in 1924 yearbook.      
1925 No images in 1925 yearbook.      
1926 No images in 1926 yearbook.      
1927 No images in 1927 yearbook.      
1928 No images in 1928 yearbook.      
1929 No images in 1929 yearbook.      
1930 No images in 1930 yearbook.      
1931 No yearbook published in 1931?      
1932-35 Members of City Council inducted into office on December 14, 1931 1 People photo
1932-35 Cannon Street extension to Ashley River Bridge 12 Streets photo
1932-35 Section of the New Rockville Road 12 Streets photo
1932-35 View of the City Dump before erection of the municipal incinerator 13   photo
1932-35 Municipal Incinerator 13 Buildings photo
1932-35 Municipal Swimming Pool at George St. (Two photos) 14   photo
1932-35 City of Charleston Pay Warrants, issued as an emergency measure, during 1932 and 1933 15   photo
1932-35 Municipal Yacht Basin, located on the Ashley River (Two photos) 16   photo
1932-35 Fire Engine Station No. 9, erected on King Street, north of Simons Street 20 Buildings photo
1932-35 Modern Prison Farm, located on city owned pine land property to the north of Charleston 20 Buildings photo
1932-35 Colored Swimming Pool on President Street 21   photo
1932-35 New auditorium and fair building, erected at Johnson Hagood Stadium 21 Buildings photo
1932-35 The Charleston Azalea Festival, held annually in April 22 Azalea Festival photo
1932-35 Municipal Airport 22 Municipal Airport photo
1936 Members of City Council who took office December 16, 1935 1 People photo
1936 The Mayor's new office 10 Buildings photo
1936 East Bay looking north from Broad Street 10 Streets photo
1936 A major step in Charleston's financial progress took place when Mayor Burnet R. Maybank signed the new Refunding Bonds 12 People photo
1936 Foot of Shaft 21, Edisto-Goose Creek Tunnel 14   photo
1936 Shaft 22, North heading to West Virginia Pulp and Paper Company, before trimming 14   photo
1936 The Nation's Chief Executive [Franklin D. Roosevelt], waves an affectionate farewell to Charleston from the bridge of the Indianapolis, on the eve of departure on the good-will cruise to South America 16 People photo
1936 The famous Roosevelt smile flashes as the President halts on the gangplank to say goodbye to the crowd at Union Pier 18 People photo
1936 Murray Vocational School, as seen across Murray Park 20 Buildings photo
1936 The smoldering city dump, . . .[and] the modern garbage incinerator shown below 66   photo
1936 An interesting contrast in the appearance of East Battery [Two photos, 1883 and 1936] 70 Streets photo
1936 Ox pulling dump cart at one of the EdistoGoose Creek Tunnel shafts; Water Works 84   photo
1936 Down into the solid Edisto marl this shaft reaches to connect with the 23 mile EdistoGoose Creek tunnel; Water Works 84   photo
1936 Traffic Sergeant John J. Garbini and Chauffeur William M. Runey stand before one of Charleston's new police cruisers 122 People photo
1936 Two striking views of Charleston's Battery [White Point Garden] 132 Parks photo
1936 Past historic Fort Sumter, the formidable cruiser Indianapolis moves seaward, carrying President Roosevelt on his epoch-making voyage to South America 178 Ships photo
1936 The Queen of Charleston's 1936 Azalea Festival goes to Mullins to take part in that city's Tobacco Festival 182 Azalea Festival photo
1936 An artist's conception of Charleston in 1861, as seen from the Mount Pleasant shore 184 Charleston photo
1936 A scene on Marshall's Wharf 186 Maritime photo
1936 A view from the Clyde Line Docks 188 Maritime photo
1936 A view from St. Michael's Steeple, looking east, showing schooners in the Cooper [1883] 192 Charleston photo
1936 A view from St. Michael's Steeple, looking northeast [ca. 1933] 193 Charleston photo
1937 The gigantic plant of the West Virginia Pulp and Paper Company 12 Buildings photo
1937 The Sunken Garden at Hampton Park 14 Parks photo
1937 Immediately after Azalea Festival Corporation 16 Azalea Festival photo
1937 Coronation of Miss Charleston for Azalea Festival 16 Azalea Festival photo
1937 The new aviary at Hampton Park 132 Parks photo
1937 The new concrete tennis courts at William Moultrie Playground 134 Parks photo
1937 New maginal [sic] wharf and shed constructed at Columbus Street 164 Maritime photo
1937 A few of the local vessels tied up at the new pier at the Municipal Yacht Basin at low tide 176 Maritime photo
1937 Meeting Street Manor 178 Buildings photo
1937 A few of the snipes participating in the Azalea Festival races off the Battery 179 Azalea Festival photo
1937 A portion of the Animal section of the Azalea Festival Floats Parade 180 Azalea Festival photo
1937 Joseph C. Barbot 181 People photo
1937 John J. Healy 182 People photo
1937 Brice H. Mathews 183 People photo
1937 W. Moultrie Ball 184 People photo
1937 Main or Church Street Façade of Dock Street Theatre 186 Dock Street Theatre photo
1937 Pit, Boxes, and Proscenium of Dock Street Theatre 188 Dock Street Theatre photo
1937 Green Room of Dock Street Theatre 190 Dock Street Theatre photo
1937 The Lobby of the Dock Street Theatre 190 Dock Street Theatre photo
1937 Former Residence of Governor Thomas Bennett, 1 Lucas Street 198 Houses photo
1937 Residence of Mrs. W. A. Roebling, 64 South Battery 198 Houses photo
1937 Residence of Mrs. George W. Williams, 15 Meeting Street 200 Houses photo
1937 Residence of John Mead Howells, 105 Tradd Street 200 Houses photo
1937 Residence of Mr. Julian Mitchell, 8 South Battery 202 Houses photo
1937 The West Point Mill building as it appeared in 1936 212 West Point Mill photo
1937 The Old Road leading to West Point Mill [ca. 1880s] 212 West Point Mill photo
1938 Burnet R. Maybank, Mayor, 1931–1938 10 People photo
1938 Henry W. Lockwood, Mayor, 1938– 11 People photo
1938 Fifth Annual Azalea Festival--Vice President John N. Garner, Mayor Barnet R. Maybank, and Governor Olin D. Johnston 12 Azalea Festival photo
1938 Fifth Annual Azalea Festival--Mayor Burnet R. Maybank crowns Festival Queen, Miss Dorothy Moore, of Florence 14 Azalea Festival photo
1938 Miss Charleston of the 1938 Azalea Festival and some of the members of her court 16 Azalea Festival photo
1938 James H. Dingle, City Engineer 180 People photo
1938 John P. Sullivan, Chief Clerk, Assessing Division 181 People photo
1938 Negroes cull through debris of their homes in the Gadsden Green section 182 Tornadoes of 1938 photo
1938 Torn asunder as if by internal explosion, this residence is typical of the damage in the Gadsden Green section 182 Tornadoes of 1938 photo
1938 A damaged piano, and a perpendicular bed spring give mute evidence of the force of the blow 183 Tornadoes of 1938 photo
1938 Cleaved as if by a giant meat cutter, the side of this residence in the Gadsden Green section lies against the adjacent house 183 Tornadoes of 1938  
1938 The mass of sticks and splinters which was the two story frame store of John M. Rousso, southeast corner of Rutledge and Race 184 Tornadoes of 1938 photo
1938 Ruins of the rectory of Sacred Heart Parish Church 184 Tornadoes of 1938 photo
1938 Residences in Lilly Court collapsed like piles of building blocks 185 Tornadoes of 1938 photo
1938 Homes completely demolished in the Gadsden Green section 185 Tornadoes of 1938 photo
1938 Residences on Murray Boulevard, west of King, where one of the tornadoes first struck the city 186 Tornadoes of 1938 photo
1938 The overturned automobile and the damaged roofs and porches indicated the force of the blow on South Battery, just west of King 186 Tornadoes of 1938 photo
1938 The gaping hole in historic St. Michael's Church, viewed from City Hall park 187 Tornadoes of 1938 photo
1938 The City Hall, shortly after the tornado 188 Tornadoes of 1938 photo
1938 The City Hall park and the Timrod Inn, as they appeared a few hours after the tornado 189 Tornadoes of 1938 photo
1938 The Sing Lee Laundry, 133 King Street 191 Tornadoes of 1938 photo
1938 The damaged pilasters and roof of the Huguenot Church are apparent here 190 Tornadoes of 1938 photo
1938 Chalmers Street, looking westward toward Hibernian Hall 191 Tornadoes of 1938  
1938 Panoramic view of tornado damage as seen from the roof of the United States Custom House, East Bay and Market Street 193 Tornadoes of 1938 photo
1938 Laborers search the ruins of 45 State Street, where six persons were killed 194 Tornadoes of 1938 photo
1938 A soldier stands guard as workmen attempt to salvage the damanged building at I. M. Pearlstine & Sons, southwest corner of East Bay and Cumberland Streets 195 Tornadoes of 1938 photo
1938 Bales of damaged cotton lay bare to the elements at the warehouse of the City Compress and Warehouse Company, eastern end of Charlotte Street 195 Tornadoes of 1938 photo
1938 Paths of the five tornadoes 196 Tornadoes of 1938 map
1938 Workmen dig into the ruins of the building at the southwest corner of East Bay and Market Streets, which housed the Charleston Paper Company on the first floor, with living quarters above 198 Tornadoes of 1938 photo
1939 The Sullivan's Island-Fort Moultrie float passes down King Street in the Annual Azalea Festival Parade, and one of the visiting queens follows in a jinrikisha 10 Azalea Festival photo
1939 Charleston's City Hall and Fireproof Building, showing trees of Washington Park, which replaced those damaged by 1938 tornado 11 Parks photo
1939 New bird house at Hampton Park 14 Parks photo
1939 Charleston Incinerator, showing loaded trucks on ramp 58 Buildings photo
1939 Wragg Borough Homes. Some of the buildings to be demolished for the new project 60 Housing Projects photo
1939 Mary and Drake Streets looking north. Some of the buildings to be demolished for the Wragg Borough Homes Project 61 Housing Projects  
1939 A view of Hampton Park's sunken garden 122 Parks photo
1939 Front entrance to the new Student Activities Building of the College of Charleston 142 Buildings photo
1939 Rear view of the new College of Charleston Student Activities Building, showing tennis court donated by John B. Farrow 144 Buildings photo
1939 Anson Borough Homes. Some of the buildings to be demolished for the new housing project 166 Housing Projects photo
1939 Anson Borough Homes, showing some of the neat structures which have replaced unsightly wooden tenements 167 Housing Projects photo
1939 West side of Franklin Street showing entrance to Cromwell Alley. All of the wooden buildings will be demolished and the brick building at the far right is to be remodeled as a part of the Robert Mills Manor extension 168 Housing Projects photo
1939 Robert Mills Manor. A birds-eye view of a portion of the area shown in the previous picture, but taken six months later 169 Housing Projects photo
1939 Miss Margaret Welch, Charleston's 1939 Azalea Festival Queen 170 Azalea Festival photo
1939 Miss Carolina Palm of Greenville, selected by Earl Carroll, Hollywood producer, as Queen of the 1939 Azalea Festival 171 Azalea Festival photo
1939 Robert Mills Manor Housing Project in course of construction 172 Housing Projects photo
1939 Rear view of Old Marine Hospital Building showing its restoration 174 Housing Projects photo
1939 Front view of Old Marine Hospital Building, now used as office for Robert Mills Manor housing project 176 Housing Projects photo
1939 Prospect of Charles Town, 1739 184 Charleston illustration
1940 The City Council of Charleston, inaugurated, December 18, 1939 11 People photo
1940 A bank of Azaleas in Hampton Park 12 Parks photo
1940 Wisteria and Dogwood in Hampton Park 14 Parks photo
1940 Grove Street, looking eastward from Tenth Avenue 16 Streets photo
1940 St. Margaret Street, westward from Eleventh Avenue 18 Streets photo
1940 Poplar Street, eastward from Hester Street. 20 Streets photo
1940 Completed in 1940, the Charleston County Hall fills the long felt need for a large auditorium and convention hall. 70 Buildings photo
1940 Scenes of Charleston's Municipal Swimming Pool, which enjoyed a banner season in 1940 140   photo
1940 Scenes from Charleston's Playgrounds in 1940 142   photo
1940 Auditorium of College of Charleston Student Activities Building, formally opened in 1940 160 Buildings photo
1940 Rear view of College of Charleston Student Activities Building, showing concrete tennis courts, donated by John B. Farrow 162 Buildings photo
1940 Foyer and stairs of College of Charleston Student Activities Building, completed at a total cost of $218,000 164 Buildings photo
1940 Negro dwellings on Marsh Street, which were torn down to provide the site for the Anson Borough Homes Housing Project 180 Housing Projects photo
1940 Anson Borough Homes Project, seen from Calhoun Street, with the new buildings of the Charleston Shipbuilding & Drydock Company in the left background 182 Housing Projects photo
1940 A scene in Beaufort Court, one of the unsanitary negro alleys which was blotted out by the construction of the Wragg Borough Homes Housing Project 184 Housing Projects photo
1940 Anson Borough Homes Project, seen from Calhoun Street, with the new buildings of the Charleston Shipbuilding & Drydock Company in the left background [Duplicate of p. 182] 186 Housing Projects photo
1940 Queen of the 1940 Azalea Festival, Miss Ernestine Sitton, of Easley 188 Azalea Festival photo
1940 Building at Northwest corner of Broad and King Streets, believed to be the place where Dr. Lining made his weather 206 Buildings photo
1940 Dr. Robert Wilson, 1736–1815, one of the founders of Medical Society of South Carolina, organized in 1789 228 People port.
1940 David Ramsay, M.D. 230 People port.
1940 Joseph Johnson, M.D. 238 People port.
1941 Charleston's newest professional sport. Some of the early arrivals at one of Charleston's Sally League baseball games at College Park 10   photo
1941 The Charleston Navy Yard launches another fighting ship for Uncle Sam. The U.S.S. Hobson hits the waters September 8, 1941 12 Charleston Navy Yard photo
1941 General view of a pier at the Charleston Navy Yard, showing work under way on two ships 14 Charleston Navy Yard photo
1941 Calhoun and East Bay Street, showing cleared area through which East Bay will be extended to connect with Bay Street, giving eastern waterfront traffic quick access to the northern section of the city 16 Streets photo
1941 Lower Rutledge Avenue, showing the roadway improved by the State Highway Department in connection with the new state highway "belt line" around the city 18 Streets photo
1941 Another new residence in the northwest section. Residence of Jesse W. Orvin, at Maple and Hester Streets 20 Houses photo
1941 A new home in the fast developing Northwestern section. The residence of G. M. Canaday, 165 Maple Street 22 Houses photo
1941 White Point Gardens, with the Memorial to the Confederate Defenders of Fort Sumter in the foreground 70 Parks photo
1941 A view of Hampton Park, as seen through the trees from the Mary Murray Memorial Driveway 148 Parks photo
1941 Hampton Park Azaleas in bloom 150 Parks photo
1941 The New Clubhouse at the Charleston Municipal Golf Course 152 Parks photo
1941 The Gadsden Green Homes Housing Project, as seen from President Street 190 Housing Projects photo
1941 George Washington (Trumbull-1791) 195 People col. port.
1941 General Zachary Taylor (by Beard) 197 People port.
1941 General P. G. T. Beauregard (by Healy) 199 People port.
1941 John C. Calhoun (by Healy) 201 People port.
1941 President James Monroe (by Morse) 203 People port.
1941 General Andrew Jackson (by Vanderlyn) 207 People port.
1942 Recreation room at Charleston's USO club, Meeting and George Streets 12 Buildings photo
1942 The Charleston Navy Yard--Two destroyer escorts, U.S.S. James E. Craig and U.S.S. Eichenberger 14 Charleston Navy Yard photo
1942 Meeting of portion of Navy Yard personnel during Labor Day celebration 1942 16 Charleston Navy Yard photo
1942 Activities at Inshore Patrol Base, established at James F. Byrnes Seaplane base, leased by City to United States of America 18 Byrnes Seaplane Base photo
1942 Charleston Shipbuilding and Drydock Company. The Fleet Tug, U.S.S. Arapaho, slides down the ways June 22, 1942 20 Ships photo
1942 New apartment house at Grove Street and Eighth Avenue 106 Houses photo
1942 Personnel and equipment of the Charleston Volunteer Fire Department 120 Fire Department photo
1942 The Charleston Volunteer Fire Department plays its hoses on Colonial Lake 124 Fire Department photo
1942 View of sunken garden at Hampton Park 170 Parks photo
1942 Charleston Municipal Yacht Basin, showing area paved by City during 1942 for the convenience of boat owners 176 Maritime photo
1942 Norman Street, looking northward from Alway, showing new concrete paving laid by Housing Authority 178 Streets photo
1942 The "Bedstead Tomb" in St. Michael's Graveyard 182 Graveyards photo
1942 The "Old Powder Magazine" in Cumberland Street 186 Buildings photo
1942 Ichnography of Charles-Town, showing first magazine on Old Burial Ground [Reproduction from 1884 Year Book] 192 Charleston  
1942 Plat showing location of 1737 Magazine 194 Buildings map
1942 Plat showing location of second magazine on Public Grounds near Work House 196 Buildings map
1942 Plat showing location of Magazine on Hobcaw Point 198 Buildings map
1942 Plat showing location of Magazine on Charleston Neck 200 Buildings map
1942 Magazine on Laurel Island. Robert Mills Building 204 Buildings photo
1943 The High School [of Charleston] Buildings: (1) 59 Society St., first permanent building (1841–1880); (2) N. W. George and Meeting Streets (1881–1922); (3) 147 Rutledge Avenue, original building (1922–1931); (4) 147 Rutledge Avenue, remodeled (1931 to present) 196 Buildings photo
1943 Henry M. Bruns--Principal, 1839–1864 200 People port.
1943 Virgil C. Dibble--Principal, 1872–1899 208 People photo
1943 W. M. Whitehead--Principal, 1899–1919 222 People photo
1943 R. V. Royal, Principal, 1919–1927 228 People photo
1943 Thos. F. Mosimann, Principal, 1927–1934 236 People photo
1943 Henry O. Strohecker, Principal, 1934 to present 238 People photo
1944 New City Administration which took office December 20, 1943 10 People photo
1944 Central building, James F. Byrnes Seaplane Base, leased by city to United States of America for the inshore patrol activities 16 Byrnes Seaplane Base photo
1944 Auditorium at new USO club, George and Meeting Streets 18 Buildings photo
1944 New asphalt plant constructed by the City 64 Buildings photo
1944 New Police Cruisers placed in service in 1944 130 Police Department photo
1944 Azaleas in bloom at Hampton Park 138 Parks photo
1944 Building at Hampton Park converted into Girl Scout hut 142 Parks photo
1944 A Platt of Charles Town [1725] 186 Charleston map
1944 Ichnography of Charleston, South Carolina, at the request of Adam Tunno, Esq. for the use of the Phoenix Fire Company of London, taken from actual survey, 2d August 1899, by Edmund Petrie 194 Charleston map
1944 Plan of Charleston, S.C., 1849 198 Charleston map
1944 Map of the City of Charleston, S.C., 1942 202 Charleston map
1945 No images in 1945 yearbook      
1946 The Ralph Izard Hatchment, St. James's, Goose Creek 183   illustration
1946 St. James's Church, Goose Creek 186 Churches photo
1946 A Dutch Mortuary Board--the hatchment of a widow 192   illustration
1947 The Mayor and a Group of City Officials 12 People photo
1947 Captain William Hall (1759–1814) 176 People port.
1947 1947 Commodore Abraham Whipple (1733– 1819), by Edward Savage (1761–1817) 178 People port.
1947 Map of Charleston, 1780, showing the ships sunk across the channel of Cooper River, by Commodore Abraham Whipple 180 Charleston map
1947 The Frigate SOUTH CAROLINA from a water-color "A.D. 1793 By Jon. Phippen," in the Peabody Museum, Salem, Massachusetts 182 Ships map
1947 John Mayrant (1762–1836) Midshipman and Lieutenant in the South Carolina Navy 188 People port.
1948 City Council inaugurated December 15, 1947 4 People photo
1949-51 No images in 1949–51 yearbook