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2. “Bebe” Shouse; Oct. 1939

4. unnamed, photo of downtown Aiken, S.C.

5. comb. SA 66-1 4-58 Langley

6. [clipping about Redcliffe]; 1944

8. [Side view of Redcliffe]; 1939 Oct.

18. [Horses at] Redcliffe, 1908.

22. [Field], Redcliffe, 1908.

24. Yo-Yo [the dog].

25. Yard Office SA-73-1 4-58 Hamburg

26. Wrecked at Langley

27. Wrecked at Horse Creek

28. Women's Soccer

29. Women at Redcliffe.

30. Windsor, 1927, Unpublished

34. William H. Trescott, S.C. literary light (see Dict. of Am. Biog ?) is asked to draft inscriptions for gravestone of James H. Hammond, Herewith (?) letter from him on the subject-1870, The critical comment in pencil above is by Mayor Joseph B. Cumming; [Letter] 20 April 1870 (Greenville, S.C.), from William Trescot to Mr. [James Henry] Hammond, [Document from] Mayor Joseph B. Cumming; 1870

35. William H. Trescott, S.C. literary light (see Dict. of Am. Biog ?) is asked to draft inscriptions for gravestone of James H. Hammond, Herewith (?) letter from him on the subject-1870, The critical comment in pencil above is by Mayor Joseph B. Cumming; [Letter] 20 April 1870 (Greenville, S.C.), from William Trescot to Mr. [James Henry] Hammond, [Document from] Mayor Joseph B. Cumming; 1870

37. White Pond, 1925, Unpublished

38. West corner [of Redcliffe]; Fall 1943

51. Warrenville, 1931, Unpublished

52. Warren Fair, Sarah Lamar, 1898.

55. Wagner Baptist Church (Wagner, S.C.)

56. Wagener, 1938, Unpublished

57. Vaucluse, 1923

58. Vaucluse, 1920 June

59. Vaucluse Methodist Church (Vaucluse, S.C.)

60. Vaucluse Baptist Church (Vaucluse, S.C.)

61. Union Baptist Church (Tool Hill, S.C.)

62. Union Baptist Church (Aiken, S.C.)

63. Unidentified House - Iron banister

64. Under front piazza; May 1941

65. USCA volleyball game

66. USCA Soccer

67. USCA Homecoming Queen

68. USCA Cheerleaders

72. Typewritten text; Country Evenings.

74. Train Wreck at Langley

75. Train - Wrecked at Horse Creek

82. Thomas Jones Davies Bible Records

83. This verse by ""H.H."", I believe, is by Harry Hammond of Redclife; The year, I think, is 1877; Of mere interest is the example below (""Lost His Mind"") of frank and forthright journalism, the like of which we now [no (?)] longer enjoy; Trimph [and] Lost His Mind, [newspaper clipping], 27 March 1877 (?); [in] Chronicle and Sentinel [(Baltimore, MA {?})] ca. 1877

86. These pictures are second rate works by famous painters, were purchased in Europe by James H. Hammond, They hung in Redcliffe unti lafter his death, In the settlement of his estate they went to his son Spann who took them away, They passed to Spann's son, James, who now gives them to Columbia Museum; Three Valuable Portraits Are Placed on Permanent Loan to Columbia Art Museum by James H. Hammond, [newspaper clipping], 30 Oct. 1949, [in] The State (Columbia, S.C.); 30 Oct. 1949

91. The station, movie; Fall 1943

97. The master of Redcliffe; June 1940