An untitled stereograph printed by J. N. Wilson of Savannah, Georgia. The albumen prints depicts a group of eight (8) people clustered near each other in a cotton field. The men, women, and children are all picking cotton or looking away from the camera except for a young man in the center foreground who stands and looks into the lens with a large picking sack hanging down on his right front side and his right hand balancing a full basket of cotton bolls on his head. A large white building can be seen in the far center background with smaller buildings around it amongst a grove of trees. 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 stereograph titled "Cotton is King, Plantation Scene, Georgia, U. S. A." printed by Strohmeyer & Wyman. The gelatin silver prints depict a group of unidentified men, women, and children picking cotton in a field. A large basket of cotton is in the foreground between a child and a woman who is bent over picking bolls and putting them into a large sack looped around her shoulders. A man in the left background can be seen carrying a full basket of cotton bolls on his back. The publisher's name is printed along the left and right sides, with the title and copyright date printed in the lower right. The title is printed in several languages on the reverse center.
A stereograph titled "Hoeing Rice" printed and photographed by Havens of Savannah, Georgia. The albumen prints depict one female and three male people hoeing rice in a field. 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: "53. Hoeing Rice."