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    • Garden Wall at Brookgreen

    • South Carolina; Georgetown County; Brookgreen Gardens, Buildings and Structures at Brookgreen
    • The raised pool built on the site of the Brookgreen house is shown in an undated photograph. Alligator Fountain by Anna Hyatt Huntington was placed in the center of the pool in 1937.
    • Issac Deas

    • South Carolina; Georgetown County; Brookgreen Gardens, Sandy Island, Bayard Wootten; Genevieve Willcox Chandler
    • Copy of a photo of Issac Deas who used to lived at the gate to Brookgreen near the present ""Great Danes"" by Anna Hyatt Huntington.
    • Barn Construction

    • South Carolina; Georgetown County; Brookgreen Gardens, Early Brookgreen, Construction
    • This 1931 photograph shows the barn under construction. The workman is not identified.
    • Abraham Herriott

    • South Carolina; Georgetown County; Brookgreen Gardens, Sandy Island, Bayard Wootten; Genevieve Willcox Chandler
    • Abraham Herriott stands at Brookgreen Gardens in this 1930s photograph. The reverse says, ""Ham, given me by Miss P, 4/11/39"". Miss P. refers to Miss Perkins, who was Archer Huntington's secretary.
    • Truck in the Trees

    • World War II; Fort Bliss; Texas;
    • Monty Watson stands next to a US Army truck. The letters ACF-3G and HQ-10 appear on the front bumper. Watson was stationed at Fort Bliss in El Paso, Texas in the 1942-1943 period.
    • Rice Stacks in a Field

    • South Carolina; Georgetown County; Brookgreen Gardens, Sandy Island, Bayard Wootten; Genevieve Willcox Chandler
    • The exact location of the stacks of rice is not known, but the residents of Sandy Island were still planting and harvesting rice through the 1930s. Bayard Wootten's negative number 1793-4 appears on the back.
    • Visitors Pavilion

    • South Carolina; Georgetown County; Brookgreen Gardens, Buildings and Structures at Brookgreen
    • The Visitors Pavilion was constructed on the site of the former motor circle in front of the Diana Pool. It was completed in 1969 and housed the information and sales desk in the north gallery, shown in photograph.
    • Oaks Creek From a Boat

    • South Carolina; Georgetown County; Brookgreen Gardens, Sandy Island, Bayard Wootten; Genevieve Willcox Chandler
    • This May 1963 photograph shows ""the new landing viewed from across the Oaks Creek"".
    • Barn and Water Tower

    • South Carolina; Georgetown County; Brookgreen Gardens, Early Brookgreen, Construction
    • This photograph from November 19, 1932, shows the barn along with the manure bed to the east and the water tower in the background.
    • South Island Ferry

    • World War II; South Carolina, Murrells Inlet; Crash Boat Station
    • The South Island Ferry, near Georgetown, South Carolina. South Island was purchased by W.H. Yawkey, the owner of the Boston Red Sox by the early 1900s.
    • Visitors Pavilion

    • South Carolina; Georgetown County; Brookgreen Gardens, Buildings and Structures at Brookgreen
    • The Visitors Pavilion was finished in 1969 and housed the information and sales desk in the north gallery. The South Gallery was named for Paul Jennewein in 1978 and exhibited sculpture that could not be placed outdoors.
    • Waccamaw River Light

    • South Carolina; Georgetown County; Brookgreen Gardens, Sandy Island, Bayard Wootten; Genevieve Willcox Chandler
    • This May 1963 photograph shows ""light #67 on the Waccamaw River"".
    • Front Gates to the Garden

    • South Carolina; Georgetown County; Brookgreen Gardens, Early Brookgreen, Construction
    • This undated photograph shows the gates to the garden, located near the site of the original entrance to the plantation. Great Danes and the gates by Anna Hyatt Huntington are visible.
    • Catch of the Day

    • World War II; South Carolina, Murrells Inlet; Crash Boat Station
    • Mr. Eason, who operated a store next to the Murrells Inlet Crash Boat Station, often bought the fish that the crew caught at sea.
    • Building the Dock

    • South Carolina; Georgetown County; Brookgreen Gardens, Sandy Island, Bayard Wootten; Genevieve Willcox Chandler
    • This May 1963 photo shows, ""pilings which will be used to construct barrier and dock"".

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