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"Afterwhiles"
From Riley's "Afterwhiles" w …
Title "Afterwhiles"
Description From Riley's "Afterwhiles" with a white background and golden border
"Afterwhiles" (postcard back …
Postcard to Miss Stella Rosi …
Title "Afterwhiles" (postcard back)
Description Postcard to Miss Stella Rosignald
"Christmas Hymns"
1910
Raphael Tuck & sons "Christm …
Title "Christmas Hymns"
Description Raphael Tuck & sons "Christmas Hymns" on a picture of a manilla scroll
Date.Original 1910
"Christmas Hymns" (postcard …
1910
Postcard to Miss Mary C. Jud …
Title "Christmas Hymns" (postcard back)
Description Postcard to Miss Mary C. Judson
Date.Original 1910
"Christmas"
1908
Raphael Tuck & Sons "Christm …
Title "Christmas"
Description Raphael Tuck & Sons "Christmas" on an image of a manilla colored scroll
Date.Original 1908
"Christmas" (postcard back)
1908
Postcard to Miss Stella Rosi …
Title "Christmas" (postcard back)
Description Postcard to Miss Stella Rosignald
Date.Original 1908
"Crawling Babies"
6/3/2007
Zizkov tower with "Crawling …
Svec, Michael
Title "Crawling Babies"
Description Zizkov tower with "Crawling babies" by artist David Cerny. The tower itself was constructed by the Soviets, 1985-1992.
Location Prague, Czech Republic
Date.Original 6/3/2007
"Crawling Babies"
6/3/2007
Zizkov tower with "Crawling …
Svec, Michael
Title "Crawling Babies"
Description Zizkov tower with "Crawling babies" by artist David Cerny. The tower itself was constructed by the Soviets, 1985-1992.
Location Prague, Czech Republic
Date.Original 6/3/2007
"Crawling Babies"
6/3/2007
Zizkov tower with "Crawling …
Svec, Michael
Title "Crawling Babies"
Description Zizkov tower with "Crawling babies" by artist David Cerny. The tower itself was constructed by the Soviets, 1985-1992.
Location Prague, Czech Republic
Date.Original 6/3/2007
"Crawling Babies"
6/3/2007
Zizkov tower with "Crawling …
Svec, Michael
Title "Crawling Babies"
Description Zizkov tower with "Crawling babies" by artist David Cerny. The tower itself was constructed by the Soviets, 1985-1992.
Location Prague, Czech Republic
Date.Original 6/3/2007
"Family Crisis" Gravestone
6/28/2006
A gravestone in Neurazy. The …
Svec, Michael
Title "Family Crisis" Gravestone
Description A gravestone in Neurazy. The first line on the marker reads "Family Crisis." The rest lists the individuals buried there: Vojtech Kriz (1903-1977), Anna Krizova (1906-1985), and Ruzena Kantova (1904-1990).
Location Neurazy, Czech Republic
Date.Original 6/28/2006
"Happy Mice"
1909
Picture of Mice staring at a …
Title "Happy Mice"
Description Picture of Mice staring at a piece of cheese with the words "The Watch on the 'Rine'"
Date.Original 1909
"Happy Mice" (postcard back)
1909
Postcard to Miss Stella Rosi …
Title "Happy Mice" (postcard back)
Description Postcard to Miss Stella Rosignald
Date.Original 1909
"Make New Friends…"
1910
A poem that reads "Make new …
Title "Make New Friends…"
Description A poem that reads "Make new friends, but keep the old. The first are silver, the latter gold." It is surrounded by a golden border
Date.Original 1910
"Make New Friends…" (postcar …
1910
Postcard to Miss Stella Rosi …
Title "Make New Friends…" (postcard back)
Description Postcard to Miss Stella Rosignald
Date.Original 1910
"Pictures of History"
4/23/2005
A book "Pictures of History" …
Svec, Michael
Title "Pictures of History"
Description A book "Pictures of History" in a 1950-1960 classroom at Muzeum Komenskeho.
Location Přerov, Czech Republic
Date.Original 4/23/2005
"Pipe's O'Pan"
1908
From Riley's "Pipe's O'Pan" …
Title "Pipe's O'Pan"
Description From Riley's "Pipe's O'Pan" surrounded by a border of roses
Date.Original 1908
"Pipe's O'Pan" (postcard bac …
1908
Postcard to Miss Stella Rosi …
Title "Pipe's O'Pan" (postcard back)
Description Postcard to Miss Stella Rosignald
Date.Original 1908
"Ring Her Up" Postcard (Back …
The back of a postcard with …
Postcard
Title "Ring Her Up" Postcard (Back)
Description The back of a postcard with a note addressed to Miss Stella, postmarked 1910. The front of this postcard has an illustration of a key with a poem. This postcard is part of the Judson Postcard Collection, a collection from Mary C. Judson, lady principal of the Greenville Women's College from 1878 to 1912.
Location Greenville Women's College, Furman University, Greenville, South Carolina
"Ring Her Up" Postcard (Fron …
The front of a postcard with …
Postcard
Title "Ring Her Up" Postcard (Front)
Description The front of a postcard with an illustration of a key and a poem. The back of this postcard has a note addressed to Miss Stella, postmarked 1910. This postcard is part of the Judson Postcard Collection, a collection from Mary C. Judson, lady principal of the Greenville Women's College from 1878 to 1912.
Location Greenville Women's College, Furman University, Greenville, South Carolina
"Sir Paladin" Poses With Cad …
Sir Paladin poses with a pai …
10/8/2011
Furman University, Greenvill …
Title "Sir Paladin" Poses With Cadets
Description Sir Paladin poses with a pair of cadets before the Military Appreciation Day football game. (left: CDT CPL Logan Whitlock, right: CDT PFC David Rodes)
Location Furman University, Greenville, South Carolina
Date.Original 10/8/2011
"Stop the war in Iraq!"
5/5/2005
Hand-lettered sign reading, …
Svec, Michael
Title "Stop the war in Iraq!"
Description Hand-lettered sign reading, "Stop the war in Iraq!"
Location Plzeň, Czech Republic
Date.Original 5/5/2005
"The Store that Shone in Bet …
1909
A poem that begins "The Stor …
Title "The Store that Shone in Bethlehem"
Description A poem that begins "The Store that Shone in Bethlehem..." with a picture of camels and a shining star.
Date.Original 1909
"The Store that Shone in Bet …
1909
Postcard to Miss Stella Rosi …
Title "The Store that Shone in Bethlehem" (postcard back)
Description Postcard to Miss Stella Rosignald
Date.Original 1909
"When the Frost is on the Pu …
1908
Postcard to Miss Stella Rosi …
Title "When the Frost is on the Punkin" (postcard back)
Description Postcard to Miss Stella Rosignald
Date.Original 1908
1523 Fresco
6/20/2005
Burgher house on University …
Svec, Michael
Title 1523 Fresco
Description Burgher house on University street with gragments of fresco dated to 1523.
Location Olomouc, Czech Republic
Date.Original 6/20/2005
16th Century belfry
6/1/2007
Malin, 16th Century belfry
Svec, Michael
Title 16th Century belfry
Description Malin, 16th Century belfry
Location Malin, Czech Republic
Date.Original 6/1/2007
17th Century classroom
4/23/2005
A 17th Century classroom in …
Svec, Michael
Title 17th Century classroom
Description A 17th Century classroom in Muzeum Komenskeho.
Location Přerov, Czech Republic
Date.Original 4/23/2005
17th Century classroom
4/23/2005
A corner of 17th Century cla …
Svec, Michael
Title 17th Century classroom
Description A corner of 17th Century classroom in Muzeum Komenskeho. This portion of the classroom was used for little children.
Location Přerov, Czech Republic
Date.Original 4/23/2005
17th century Renaissance Sgr …
2/19/2005
17th century Renaissance sgr …
Svec, Michael
Title 17th century Renaissance Sgraffito on Dum U Minuty
Description 17th century Renaissance sgraffito on Dum U Minuty (At the minute), adjancent to the Old Town Hall. Franz Kafka lived here 1889-1896. Orginally a late-gothic structure from te 15th century before reconstruction in 17th century.
Location Prague, Czech Republic
Date.Original 2/19/2005
1850s Map of Radnice
5/4/2005
A map of Radnice from approx …
Svec, Michael
Title 1850s Map of Radnice
Description A map of Radnice from approximately the 1850s in the Rokycany archives.
Location Olomouc, Czech Republic
Date.Original 5/4/2005
1861 Diary of Elizabeth Wati …
1861
1861 diary of Elizabeth Wati …
Pringle, Elizabeth Waties Al …
Title 1861 Diary of Elizabeth Waties Allston Pringle
Relation Elizabeth Pringle Diaries
Date.Original 1861
Description 1861 diary of Elizabeth Waties Allston Pringle. Elizabeth Waties Allston Pringle was born in 1845 on Pawley's Island, South Carolina to Robert F.W. Allston and Adele Petigru. The family home, a rice plantation of 630 slaves named Chicora Wood, was located on the Pee Dee River near Georgetown. Elizabeth married a neighbor, John Julius Pringle in 1870. She is the author of "A Woman Rice Planter" and "Chronicles of Chicora Wood." She died at her family home December 5, 1921.
1862 Diary of Elizabeth Wati …
1862
1862 diary of Elizabeth Wati …
Pringle, Elizabeth Waties Al …
Title 1862 Diary of Elizabeth Waties Allston Pringle
Relation Elizabeth Pringle Diaries
Date.Original 1862
Description 1862 diary of Elizabeth Waties Allston Pringle. Elizabeth Waties Allston Pringle was born in 1845 on Pawley's Island, South Carolina to Robert F.W. Allston and Adele Petigru. The family home, a rice plantation of 630 slaves named Chicora Wood, was located on the Pee Dee River near Georgetown. Elizabeth married a neighbor, John Julius Pringle in 1870. She is the author of "A Woman Rice Planter" and "Chronicles of Chicora Wood." She died at her family home December 5, 1921.
1863 Diary of Elizabeth Wati …
1863
1863 diary of Elizabeth Wati …
Pringle, Elizabeth Waties Al …
Title 1863 Diary of Elizabeth Waties Allston Pringle
Relation Elizabeth Pringle Diaries
Date.Original 1863
Description 1863 diary of Elizabeth Waties Allston Pringle. Elizabeth Waties Allston Pringle was born in 1845 on Pawley's Island, South Carolina to Robert F.W. Allston and Adele Petigru. The family home, a rice plantation of 630 slaves named Chicora Wood, was located on the Pee Dee River near Georgetown. Elizabeth married a neighbor, John Julius Pringle in 1870. She is the author of "A Woman Rice Planter" and "Chronicles of Chicora Wood." She died at her family home December 5, 1921.
1864 Diary of Elizabeth Wati …
1864
1864 diary of Elizabeth Wati …
Pringle, Elizabeth Waties Al …
Title 1864 Diary of Elizabeth Waties Allston Pringle
Relation Elizabeth Pringle Diaries
Date.Original 1864
Description 1864 diary of Elizabeth Waties Allston Pringle. Elizabeth Waties Allston Pringle was born in 1845 on Pawley's Island, South Carolina to Robert F.W. Allston and Adele Petigru. The family home, a rice plantation of 630 slaves named Chicora Wood, was located on the Pee Dee River near Georgetown. Elizabeth married a neighbor, John Julius Pringle in 1870. She is the author of "A Woman Rice Planter" and "Chronicles of Chicora Wood." She died at her family home December 5, 1921.
1865 Diary of Elizabeth Wati …
1865
1865 diary of Elizabeth Wati …
Pringle, Elizabeth Waties Al …
Title 1865 Diary of Elizabeth Waties Allston Pringle
Relation Elizabeth Pringle Diaries
Date.Original 1865
Description 1865 diary of Elizabeth Waties Allston Pringle. Elizabeth Waties Allston Pringle was born in 1845 on Pawley's Island, South Carolina to Robert F.W. Allston and Adele Petigru. The family home, a rice plantation of 630 slaves named Chicora Wood, was located on the Pee Dee River near Georgetown. Elizabeth married a neighbor, John Julius Pringle in 1870. She is the author of "A Woman Rice Planter" and "Chronicles of Chicora Wood." She died at her family home December 5, 1921.
1866 Diary of Elizabeth Wati …
1866
1866 diary of Elizabeth Wati …
Pringle, Elizabeth Waties Al …
Title 1866 Diary of Elizabeth Waties Allston Pringle
Relation Elizabeth Pringle Diaries
Date.Original 1866
Description 1866 diary of Elizabeth Waties Allston Pringle. Elizabeth Waties Allston Pringle was born in 1845 on Pawley's Island, South Carolina to Robert F.W. Allston and Adele Petigru. The family home, a rice plantation of 630 slaves named Chicora Wood, was located on the Pee Dee River near Georgetown. Elizabeth married a neighbor, John Julius Pringle in 1870. She is the author of "A Woman Rice Planter" and "Chronicles of Chicora Wood." She died at her family home December 5, 1921.
1867 Diary of Elizabeth Wati …
1867
1867 diary of Elizabeth Wati …
Pringle, Elizabeth Waties Al …
Title 1867 Diary of Elizabeth Waties Allston Pringle
Relation Elizabeth Pringle Diaries
Date.Original 1867
Description 1867 diary of Elizabeth Waties Allston Pringle. Elizabeth Waties Allston Pringle was born in 1845 on Pawley's Island, South Carolina to Robert F.W. Allston and Adele Petigru. The family home, a rice plantation of 630 slaves named Chicora Wood, was located on the Pee Dee River near Georgetown. Elizabeth married a neighbor, John Julius Pringle in 1870. She is the author of "A Woman Rice Planter" and "Chronicles of Chicora Wood." She died at her family home December 5, 1921.
1868 Diary of Elizabeth Wati …
1868
1868 diary of Elizabeth Wati …
Pringle, Elizabeth Waties Al …
Title 1868 Diary of Elizabeth Waties Allston Pringle
Relation Elizabeth Pringle Diaries
Date.Original 1868
Description 1868 diary of Elizabeth Waties Allston Pringle. Elizabeth Waties Allston Pringle was born in 1845 on Pawley's Island, South Carolina to Robert F.W. Allston and Adele Petigru. The family home, a rice plantation of 630 slaves named Chicora Wood, was located on the Pee Dee River near Georgetown. Elizabeth married a neighbor, John Julius Pringle in 1870. She is the author of "A Woman Rice Planter" and "Chronicles of Chicora Wood." She died at her family home December 5, 1921.
1875 Diary of Elizabeth Wati …
1875
1875 diary of Elizabeth Wati …
Pringle, Elizabeth Waties Al …
Title 1875 Diary of Elizabeth Waties Allston Pringle
Relation Elizabeth Pringle Diaries
Date.Original 1875
Description 1875 diary of Elizabeth Waties Allston Pringle. Elizabeth Waties Allston Pringle was born in 1845 on Pawley's Island, South Carolina to Robert F.W. Allston and Adele Petigru. The family home, a rice plantation of 630 slaves named Chicora Wood, was located on the Pee Dee River near Georgetown. Elizabeth married a neighbor, John Julius Pringle in 1870. She is the author of "A Woman Rice Planter" and "Chronicles of Chicora Wood." She died at her family home December 5, 1921.
1876 Diary of Elizabeth Wati …
1876
1876 diary of Elizabeth Wati …
Pringle, Elizabeth Waties Al …
Title 1876 Diary of Elizabeth Waties Allston Pringle
Relation Elizabeth Pringle Diaries
Date.Original 1876
Description 1876 diary of Elizabeth Waties Allston Pringle. Elizabeth Waties Allston Pringle was born in 1845 on Pawley's Island, South Carolina to Robert F.W. Allston and Adele Petigru. The family home, a rice plantation of 630 slaves named Chicora Wood, was located on the Pee Dee River near Georgetown. Elizabeth married a neighbor, John Julius Pringle in 1870. She is the author of "A Woman Rice Planter" and "Chronicles of Chicora Wood." She died at her family home December 5, 1921.
1877 Diary of Elizabeth Wati …
1877
1877 diary of Elizabeth Wati …
Pringle, Elizabeth Waties Al …
Title 1877 Diary of Elizabeth Waties Allston Pringle
Relation Elizabeth Pringle Diaries
Date.Original 1877
Description 1877 diary of Elizabeth Waties Allston Pringle. Elizabeth Waties Allston Pringle was born in 1845 on Pawley's Island, South Carolina to Robert F.W. Allston and Adele Petigru. The family home, a rice plantation of 630 slaves named Chicora Wood, was located on the Pee Dee River near Georgetown. Elizabeth married a neighbor, John Julius Pringle in 1870. She is the author of "A Woman Rice Planter" and "Chronicles of Chicora Wood." She died at her family home December 5, 1921.
1878 Diary of Elizabeth Wati …
1878
1878 diary of Elizabeth Wati …
Pringle, Elizabeth Waties Al …
Title 1878 Diary of Elizabeth Waties Allston Pringle
Relation Elizabeth Pringle Diaries
Date.Original 1878
Description 1878 diary of Elizabeth Waties Allston Pringle. Elizabeth Waties Allston Pringle was born in 1845 on Pawley's Island, South Carolina to Robert F.W. Allston and Adele Petigru. The family home, a rice plantation of 630 slaves named Chicora Wood, was located on the Pee Dee River near Georgetown. Elizabeth married a neighbor, John Julius Pringle in 1870. She is the author of "A Woman Rice Planter" and "Chronicles of Chicora Wood." She died at her family home December 5, 1921.
1879 Diary of Elizabeth Wati …
1879
1879 diary of Elizabeth Wati …
Pringle, Elizabeth Waties Al …
Title 1879 Diary of Elizabeth Waties Allston Pringle
Relation Elizabeth Pringle Diaries
Date.Original 1879
Description 1879 diary of Elizabeth Waties Allston Pringle. Elizabeth Waties Allston Pringle was born in 1845 on Pawley's Island, South Carolina to Robert F.W. Allston and Adele Petigru. The family home, a rice plantation of 630 slaves named Chicora Wood, was located on the Pee Dee River near Georgetown. Elizabeth married a neighbor, John Julius Pringle in 1870. She is the author of "A Woman Rice Planter" and "Chronicles of Chicora Wood." She died at her family home December 5, 1921.
1880 Diary of Elizabeth Wati …
1880
1880 diary of Elizabeth Wati …
Pringle, Elizabeth Waties Al …
Title 1880 Diary of Elizabeth Waties Allston Pringle
Relation Elizabeth Pringle Diaries
Date.Original 1880
Description 1880 diary of Elizabeth Waties Allston Pringle. Elizabeth Waties Allston Pringle was born in 1845 on Pawley's Island, South Carolina to Robert F.W. Allston and Adele Petigru. The family home, a rice plantation of 630 slaves named Chicora Wood, was located on the Pee Dee River near Georgetown. Elizabeth married a neighbor, John Julius Pringle in 1870. She is the author of "A Woman Rice Planter" and "Chronicles of Chicora Wood." She died at her family home December 5, 1921.
1881 Diary of Elizabeth Wati …
1881
1881 diary of Elizabeth Wati …
Pringle, Elizabeth Waties Al …
Title 1881 Diary of Elizabeth Waties Allston Pringle
Relation Elizabeth Pringle Diaries
Date.Original 1881
Description 1881 diary of Elizabeth Waties Allston Pringle. Elizabeth Waties Allston Pringle was born in 1845 on Pawley's Island, South Carolina to Robert F.W. Allston and Adele Petigru. The family home, a rice plantation of 630 slaves named Chicora Wood, was located on the Pee Dee River near Georgetown. Elizabeth married a neighbor, John Julius Pringle in 1870. She is the author of "A Woman Rice Planter" and "Chronicles of Chicora Wood." She died at her family home December 5, 1921.
1882 Diary of Elizabeth Wati …
1882
1882 diary of Elizabeth Wati …
Pringle, Elizabeth Waties Al …
Title 1882 Diary of Elizabeth Waties Allston Pringle
Relation Elizabeth Pringle Diaries
Date.Original 1882
Description 1882 diary of Elizabeth Waties Allston Pringle. Elizabeth Waties Allston Pringle was born in 1845 on Pawley's Island, South Carolina to Robert F.W. Allston and Adele Petigru. The family home, a rice plantation of 630 slaves named Chicora Wood, was located on the Pee Dee River near Georgetown. Elizabeth married a neighbor, John Julius Pringle in 1870. She is the author of "A Woman Rice Planter" and "Chronicles of Chicora Wood." She died at her family home December 5, 1921.
1883 Diary of Elizabeth Wati …
1883
1883 diary of Elizabeth Wati …
Pringle, Elizabeth Waties Al …
Title 1883 Diary of Elizabeth Waties Allston Pringle
Relation Elizabeth Pringle Diaries
Date.Original 1883
Description 1883 diary of Elizabeth Waties Allston Pringle. Elizabeth Waties Allston Pringle was born in 1845 on Pawley's Island, South Carolina to Robert F.W. Allston and Adele Petigru. The family home, a rice plantation of 630 slaves named Chicora Wood, was located on the Pee Dee River near Georgetown. Elizabeth married a neighbor, John Julius Pringle in 1870. She is the author of "A Woman Rice Planter" and "Chronicles of Chicora Wood." She died at her family home December 5, 1921.
1884 Diary of Elizabeth Wati …
1884
1884 diary of Elizabeth Wati …
Pringle, Elizabeth Waties Al …
Title 1884 Diary of Elizabeth Waties Allston Pringle
Relation Elizabeth Pringle Diaries
Date.Original 1884
Description 1884 diary of Elizabeth Waties Allston Pringle. Elizabeth Waties Allston Pringle was born in 1845 on Pawley's Island, South Carolina to Robert F.W. Allston and Adele Petigru. The family home, a rice plantation of 630 slaves named Chicora Wood, was located on the Pee Dee River near Georgetown. Elizabeth married a neighbor, John Julius Pringle in 1870. She is the author of "A Woman Rice Planter" and "Chronicles of Chicora Wood." She died at her family home December 5, 1921.
1885 Diary of Elizabeth Wati …
1885
1885 diary of Elizabeth Wati …
Pringle, Elizabeth Waties Al …
Title 1885 Diary of Elizabeth Waties Allston Pringle
Relation Elizabeth Pringle Diaries
Date.Original 1885
Description 1885 diary of Elizabeth Waties Allston Pringle. Elizabeth Waties Allston Pringle was born in 1845 on Pawley's Island, South Carolina to Robert F.W. Allston and Adele Petigru. The family home, a rice plantation of 630 slaves named Chicora Wood, was located on the Pee Dee River near Georgetown. Elizabeth married a neighbor, John Julius Pringle in 1870. She is the author of "A Woman Rice Planter" and "Chronicles of Chicora Wood." She died at her family home December 5, 1921.
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