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Image of 195 Broad Street - Property File

195 Broad Street - Property File

No house history on file. File contains architectural drawings of proposed changes and photos submitted (BAR application documents).

Object Type: Archive

Image of 22 Chalmers Street - Property File

22 Chalmers Street - Property File

Probably constructed during the first half of the 19th century. No additional historical research on file. Needs further research. File contains handwritten and typed (staff) research notes (chain-of-title); FOHG(?) house history (undated).

Object Type: Archive

Image of 135-137 Broad Street (John Peter Merkhardt Houses) - Property File

135-137 Broad Street (John Peter Merkhardt Houses) - Property File

One of a row of elegant Victorian single houses constructed after the fire of 1861, which destroyed earlier buildings on the block. 135 John Peter Merkhardt, a local "capitalist" of German descent, built the pair of substantial frame houses at 135 and 137 Broad Street in the late 1870s. The house at 135 Broad Street was his residence; the house next door at 137 Broad Street was built as a rental unit. Both houses stand on land which had be ...

Object Type: Archive

Image of 136 Broad Street - Property File

136 Broad Street - Property File

Constructed ca. 1875-79; altered ca. 1905. (138 Broad Street rehabilitated mid-1980s). On the site of what is today 136 Broad Street and 138 Broad Street, was a large antebellum house on the double lot that burned in the fire of 1861. In the mid-1870s William B. Smith subdivided the property into two lots, apparently building an elaborate side-hall, double-parlored dwelling on the eastern half, while a purchaser of 138 Broad Street constructed a 2 ...

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Image of 138 Broad Street - Property File

138 Broad Street - Property File

Constructed ca. 1880; rehabilitated mid-1980s. A large antebellum house on this double lot burned in the fire of 1861. In the mid-1870s William B. Smith subdivided the property into two lots, apparently building an elaborate side-hall double-parlor-plan dwelling on the eastern half, while a purchaser of 138 Broad Street constructed a 2½ story side-hall, double-parlor-plan house with a Second Empire mansard roof and double-tiered front piazzas. ...

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Image of 140 Broad Street (Alfred Huger House a/k/a William H. Huger House) - Property File

140 Broad Street (Alfred Huger House a/k/a William H. Huger House) - Property File

Constructed ca. 1870. Alfred Huger, planter and postmaster of Charleston, owned a fine antebellum house on this site that burned in the fire of 1861. Legend has it that he stoically watched the fire consume his house from an armchair that he pulled into the middle of the street. One of the few property owners on the western end of Broad Street who chose to rebuild on the sites of their former houses, Huger completed a substantial 2-story house wit ...

Object Type: Archive

Image of 141 Broad Street - Property File

141 Broad Street - Property File

Two-story, wood frame store and residence situated on the southeast corner of Broad Street and Logan Street. File contains graduate student report (Julianne Johnson, 2011) on the history of the building/property, which includes historical and chain-of-title research, maps, photos, and other supporting documentation. No photos on file. Image in this record is from document in the Property File.

Object Type: Archive

Image of 143 Broad Street (Robert D. White House) - Property File

143 Broad Street (Robert D. White House) - Property File

Constructed ca. 1872 by Robert D. White, a prominent stonecutter, and remodeled after 1909 in the Colonial Revival style, apparently by William G. Revel, a towing boat manager. File contains house history (undated, unattributed).

Object Type: Archive