|Title||29-31 Ann Street (Camden Depot)|
|Object Type||Property File|
|Scope & Content||
Designed by architect Edward C. Jones, this is one of the group of structures built by the South Carolina Rail Road in the 1840s and 1850s, on the proposed site of the Visitor Reception and Transportation Center (VRTC). May have been named after the Camden Branch of the South Carolina Railroad. Part of a National Historic Landmark district. (Poston, Buildings of Charleston.)
File contains newspaper articles including "Residents Voice Feelings on Old Depot," dated 11/2/89, and "Camden Depot Structures Date from Mid-19th Century," dated 2/21/83 (News & Courier); Sanborn Maps showing railroad complex and city rail lines; history of the site prepared by architect for BAR submission (ca. 2000?), including copies of photos and SC Dept. of Archives architectural survey sheet; relevant portion of National Register Nomination form; SCDAH grant application (draft?, 1980s?) for adaptive use study (Preservation Society submittal); Phillips and Oppermann proposal for stabilization (1989); copy of tax map (1969).
See also 375 Meeting Street.
Historic buildings--South Carolina--Charleston
Railroad companies--South Carolina--Charleston
Railroad stations--South Carolina--Charleston
South Carolina Railroad
Southern Railway Company
Visitor Reception and Transportation Center (VRTC)
National Register of Historic Places
|Physical Description||1 File Folder|
|Object ID #||ANN.029-31.001|