Governor of South Carolina Richard Irvine Manning and his wife expect their 6 sons in Army back home in Columbia, South Carolina during World War I. The statues in front of a building. The wife of Richard Irvine Manning stitches a Service Flag. The Service Flag hanged on a wall. The Governor, his wife and a woman look at the flag. The Governor and his wife talk.
U.S. President William H Taft reviews parading World War 1 troops at Camp Jackson in Columbia, South Carolina. President Taft stands with other dignitaries and military officers. World War I United States Army troops march with rifles.
Reserve airmen of a Recovery Unit in South Carolina. Airman gets in car and drives. Reserve airmen ready the field for use. Reserve airmen and officers of a Recovery Squadron gives a Readiness test at North Field near Columbia,South Carolina. United States Air Force (USAF) C-123B Provider transport aircraft taxis for landing. Reserve airmen check the aircraft and crew for radiation. Wounded men are evacuated by ambulance. Airman operates a radio. USAF C-124A Globemaster II cargo aircraft with modified radome nose lands at airfield. Emergency vehicles drive onto the runway.
Educational inequalities between children of white and colored origin in South Carolina, USA. Diagrams showing the difference in proportion of expenses made by counties to facilitate the transport of negro and white students. A passenger car termed as school bus carries 22 negro children. Children running to catch the car bound for a model school at the Benedict College in Columbia. Views of the model school and negro students entering and exiting it.
The Reserve Officers' Training Corps at Camp Jackson in Columbia, South Carolina. They fire at a rifle range. An officer instructs them. Trees in the far background. A hut in the background. The cadets hit the target boards.
The Reserve Officers' Training Corps at Camp Jackson in Columbia, South Carolina. Cadets standing on a field. They sit on the ground in a tent. They eat food. A soldier holds a food plate.