Gift Shop: Prints
Historic Charleston Map
This map of historic Charleston shows original high tide water lines, fortifications, boroughs, great fires, historic information, etc. compiled and delineated by Alfred O. Halsey, May 1949, superimposed upon City Engineers map drawn by Jos. Needle 1946. The color print measures 20″ x 26″.
Scenes of Eldorado #1
By Alice Ravenel Huger Smith. Design one of two.
By Alice Ravenel Huger Smith. Design two of two.
Cooper River Plantations Map
On December 20, 1860, South Carolina became the first state to secede from the Union. This banner was present at Secession Hall where this event took place. The prints were copied from the original which hangs today in the Fireproof building.
The SCHS is pleased to offer for sale two prints of artist Carroll N. Jones, Jr. These paintings have hung in the main reading room at the SCHS library since the 1970s. The paintings were commissioned by long-time supporter James Lewis Kirby. These limited edition prints measure 23″ x 35″, unframed.
The Execution of Isaac Hayne
The John Henry Dick Collection
The South Carolina Historical Society is honored to sell these wonderful color prints of the work of John Henry Dick (1919-1995). Mr. Dick was an artist, author, naturalist, photographer, world traveler, and conservationist. A native of New York, Dick moved to South Carolina in 1947 and made his home at Dixie Plantation near Meggett. He contributed illustrations to numerous books on birds and natural history including South Carolina Bird Life (1949), Florida Birdlife (1954), The Warblers of America (1957), A Gathering of Shore Birds (1960), Carolina Lowcountry Impressions (1964), and The Birds of China (1984). In 1979, Dick published Other Edens, an illustrated account of his nature travels.
Print title: “Mandarin Drake”, 11″ x 14″ $15.00
Print title: “Waldaff (The Charmer)”, 11″ x 14″
Print title: “Bachman’s Warbler”, 11″ x 14″
Print title: “Cooper River Jump Shooting”, 11″ x 14″