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The South Carolina Picture Project is a labor of love, created and grown, with your generous assistance, by a team of two people who love South Carolina and are trying to document its history in a permanent digital repository, available online to all for free.

Lowcountry Haven

“Lowcountry Haven”
Photo generously given by Brandon Coffey © No reproduction permitted

One of the main ways we support the SC Picture Project is through our weekly SC Print Sale.

If you would like to help by buying a copy of this week’s print, please send your donation via PayPal. We are a registered 501(c)3 nonprofit, and your gift – minus the copy of the print itself – is tax-deductible.

Prices and sizes are as follows:

$45 – 8 x 12
$75 – 12 x 18
$95 – 16 x 24

Important: When you go to PayPal, please enter the landmark’s name in the “Add a note” field, and please make sure your correct address appears in the “Your shipping address” field.

Purchase with PayPal here.

It takes a lot of time and money to create, host, and maintain the South Carolina Picture Project – over $50,000/year. Our purpose is to preserve South Carolina’s history by documenting important landmarks and landscapes across our state before they are lost to time.

The South Carolina Picture Project is an important resource for in-state and out-of-state tourists, historians, genealogists, teachers, students, and all who love the Palmetto State. So far it consists of over 2,350 entries and over 10,000 photos and paintings. These images are contributed by talented professional and amateur artists, primarily from South Carolina but also from around the globe.

Some of our costs include: Website and email hosting, file storage, hardware, software, internet access, travel, labor, and research materials like books, journals, and subscriptions. There is so much unseen work involved in our day-to-day functions – from reaching out to photographers and property owners, to monitoring comments, to editing and optimizing images, to building and encouraging our Facebook group, which has now grown to over 30,000 members!

We thank you – tremendously – for any help you can offer!

If you would not like a print but want to help keep the SC PIcture Project alive, you may give any amount here:

Donate with PayPal here.

Thank you again!

Brandon Coffey & Robin Welch

Previous Prints Still Available

Grove Plantation Porch

“Grove Plantation Porch”
Photo generously given by Ted Jennings © No reproduction permitted

Angel Oak Tree

“Angel Oak”
Photo generously given by John Sabatier © No reproduction permitted

Arthur Orlando Atkinson House Slow Please

“Slow Please”
Photo generously given by Brandon Coffey © No reproduction permitted

John Jensen- Morris Island Lighthouse

“Morris Island Lighthouse”
Photo generously given by John Jensen © No reproduction permitted

Johnna Hansen - Bull Street Asylum

“Bull Street Asylum”
Photo generously given by Johnna Hansen © No reproduction permitted

Steve Rich - Arthur Ravenel Bridge

“Ravenel Bridge”
Photo generously given by Steve Rich © No reproduction permitted

Vanessa Kauffmann - Shiloh School

“Old Shiloh School”
Photo generously given by Vanessa Kauffmann © No reproduction permitted

Brandon Coffey McClellanville

“McClellanville Porch”
Photo generously given by Brandon Coffey © No reproduction permitted

Steve Rich - Ocean Lakes Campground

“Ocean Lakes Campground”
Photo generously given by Steve Rich © No reproduction permitted

Pamela Talbird - Shem Creek

“Shem Creek”
Photo generously given by Pamela Talbird © No reproduction permitted

Palmetto Moon by Benton Henry

“Palmetto Moon”
Photo generously given by Benton Henry © No reproduction permitted

Waterfront Park

“Waterfront Park”
Photo generously given by English Purcell © No reproduction permitted

St. James Santee McLellamville Sunset

“St. James Santee McClellanville”
Photo generously given by Brandon Coffey © No reproduction permitted

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