A cabinet card with a black-and-white photograph of an unidentified woman and three (3) unidentified children sitting on the steps of a raised wooden breezeway between two wooden buildings. The woman sits one step above the children and uses a comb to pick lice or other pests from the head of the child seated in the middle, whose head is resting on the woman's lap. The other two children look off frame to their left. The title and photographer name is in handwritten white text to the left of the woman and at the bottom left that is inherent to the print. The reverse of the gray card mount has a detailed list of other "Special Southern Views" available from Russell Bros. photographers printed in black ink.
A cabinet card with an albumen print of three (3) unidentified women and seven (7) unidentified children posed on the porch of a wooden house. The women all sit in chairs, with one woman seated at the right background alone. The other two women are surrounded by the children who are seated and standing, with one young child in the lap of one of the women. The building is surrounded by a swept yard and a rough-hewn fence. The title "Folks Al [sic] Home" is imprinted in the lower left facing side of the image. The photographer's name and address are printed in black ink on the reverse of the gray card mount, with an additional handwritten inscription on the back with the name Herman Barthmaier.
A stereograph titled "An Hour's Hunting" printed and photographed by O. Pierre Havens of Savannah, Georgia. The albumen prints depict an unidentified woman and an unidentified girl seated on the open doorstep of a log building. The girl's head rests in the woman's lap. The woman looks down at the child with her hands in the child's hair. The prints are mounted on card stock that is orange on the front and light pink on the reverse. Black text printed on the reverse lists the photographer's name and address. A paper label is adhered upside down on the bottom reverse with black printed text reading: "56. An Hour's Hunting."
A stereograph titled "Plantation Scene; Folks All Home" printed by J. N. Wilson of Savannah, Georgia. The albumen prints depicts six (6) unidentified children in the yard outside a log building with a brick chimney. A girl stands near the center with her hands inside a wooden washtub on a stand. A boy stands to her right with his back at the corner of the building and holding a large full basket on his head. Two younger children sit on a bench outside the building in the background. Two toddlers sit on the left side of the frame, one on the wheel of a small wooden cart and another on the ground next to a box or bin. The prints are mounted on tan card stock. Black text printed on the reverse lists the photographer's name and address. A paper label is adhered below the printed text that reads "68. Plantation Scene; Folks all Home."
An albumen print mounted on a stereograph-sized card mount depicting a woman identified as Mrs. Whitaker and eleven (11) children. They are all siting on a wooden porch outside of a wooden building and looking at the camera. The two eldest children sit at the left frame on one side of a post, while the rest of the children sit in a row on the other side of the post. Mrs. Whitaker sits in a chair behind the long row of children nursing an infant. The image is mounted on orange cardboard that is pale pink on the reverse. A yellow paper label is adhered at the verso center with handwritten and printed text in black ink identifying the photographer, place, title, and number.
A stereograph titled "Bob and His Fiddle" printed and photographed by O. Pierre Havens of Savannah, Georgia. The albumen prints depict a boy identified in the image title as Bob holding a homemade fiddle while seated outside a small log building. He wears a white shirt, dark vest, dark pants, and no shoes. His hat is lying on the ground by his left foot. He looks down at the fiddle held in his left hand and propped on his left shoulder, while holding a bow made from string and a bent stick in his right hand over the strings of the fiddle. The title is blurred and printed in the bottom left corner on the right facing print. The prints are mounted on card stock that is orange on the front and light pink on the reverse. Black text printed on the reverse lists the photographer's name and address.