Postcard with a black and white photograph of a man pushing a three wheeled cart. The man stands in the right third of the image and his cart is in the left two-thirds. He stands on a street corner near a house with a large porch. At his feet, in front of the rear wheel nearest the viewer, is a cat. Below the image in the lower left corner is black text "Shrimp Peddler, Charleston, South Carolina". The back of the postcard is divided into two portions. Down the center of the back is a vertical line of black text "'Natural-Finish' Card -- Advertising Service Agency, Charleston, S.C."
A reddish brown stereograph photograph of a butcher shop scene. In the image, two men stand in front of a display of meat that appears to be staged in a photography studio. The man on the left is wearing khakis, a coat, and a hat with an up-turned rear brim. He is holding a wicker basket to the man in front of him. The man standing in the center of the image is dressed in white pants, a long-sleeved white shirt covered, white apron and a white hat. He is reaching out for the basket with one hand. In the background is a shelf with three rafters that feature two sets of ribs, an upended chicken, a flank, a leg, a hen, and a trussed package. At the far right of the photograph stand two butcher’s blocks. Printed in black text on the card on the left side is “F. A. NOWELL, / No. 263 KING STREET, CHARLESTON, S.C.” Printed in black text on the right side of the card is “Charleston & Vicinity.” Listed on the back of the card are “Catalogue of Views of Charleston and Vicinity,” with titles listed from #1-70. "No. 25. Market Scene" is underlined lightly in graphite.