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Title 360 King Street
Object Type Property File
Scope & Content While the three-story structure has a modern storefront, it retains its historic character on the upper stories, possibly built in 1874 and modified in 1905, as those dates appear at the top of the building. Features characteristics of Beaux Arts architecture including console brackets, pilasters, laurel wreaths, and cornice with dentils. (Source: "A Second Sunday Guide to King Street Architecture," City Paper, 10/20/2013.)

File contains copy of photograph, ca. 1900, of 360 King Street with view down Burns Lane; graduate student report (Katie Dykens, 2013) on the history of the building, which includes historical and chain-of-title research, maps, photos, and other supporting documentation; advertisement with photo for Maxwell Quinn & Hall (N&C 12/2/1941). (1886 Earthquake damage survey on media link.)
Subjects Historic buildings--South Carolina--Charleston
Commercial buildings
Search Terms King Street
Physical Description 1 File Folder
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Object ID # KING.360.1