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Image of 46 Anson Street (Thomas Wallace House) - Property File

46 Anson Street (Thomas Wallace House) - Property File

Constructed ca. 1850. Part of a grouping of buildings at 46-52 Anson Street, this 2-story house was constructed separately and was in the possession of Thomas Wallace, a dry goods merchant. It is unusual in its setback from the street and L shape. A 1-story shop formerly stood in front and served through much of the late 1800s as a barbershop. Three files contain documentation of the easement on the property including related correspondence and Confirmation of Understanding; Part I certification (National Register); easement appraisal report and IRS form 8283; FOHG house histories and description of furnishings; handwritten research notes (undated, unattributed); photocopy of photo of

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Construction Plan for Gates and Fence, Walks, Patio and Steps [63 Laurens, 74 Anson/Michael Foucaut House] - Plan, Landscape (Garden)

Construction Plan for Gates and Fence, Walks, Patio and Steps (photocopy) Client: Historic Charleston Foundation Name of property: Michael Foucaut House (74 Anson) Address of property: 63 Laurens Street and 74 Anson Street, Charleston Date(s) of drawing: 12/2/1966

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A Site Plan for 40-42-43 Society and 64-66-72 Anson Street - Plan, Landscape (Garden)

A Site Plan for 40-42-43 Society and 64-66-72 Anson Street (photocopy) Client: Historic Charleston Foundation Name of property Kohne-Leslie House (72 Anson) Address of property: 40, 42, 43 Society and 64, 66, 72 Anson Street , Charleston Date(s) of drawing: 6/24/1960

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Construction and Planting Plan of Grounds [72 Anson Street, Kohne-Leslie House] - Plan, Landscape (Garden)

Construction and Planting Plan of Grounds (photocopy) Client: Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Williams Name of property: Kohne-Leslie House Address of property: 72 Anson Street, Charleston Date(s) of drawing: 9/12/1970

Image of Preliminary Study Sheets [Maps] - Map

Preliminary Study Sheets [Maps] - Map

Copies of Sanborn Map pages combined to study maps of various areas in Charleston. Color-coded to depict building status. See image #2 or Media tab for color key. Created by F.R.E. (Frances R. Edmunds) and P.M. (unknown). Area 1: Radcliffeboro residential area (29.5" x 25.5") Area 2: Bennett residential area (20.5" x 17.5") Area 3: Harleston residential area (20" x 20.5") Area 7: Ansonborough residential area (26" x 17.5"), indicating Gaillard Auditorium site Note: Original maps for areas 1, 2, 3, and 7 (mounted on matboard), available. See Related tab. Maps for areas 4, 6, and 8 ("State Street area") (mounted on matboard) available. See HCF.005.10d, e, g.)

Image of The Burnt District [map] 1838 Ansonborough Fire - Map

The Burnt District [map] 1838 Ansonborough Fire - Map

Charleston Courier article of 1838 showing map of "The Burnt District" (Ansonborough) and list of the homeowners. Large portion of the article; portion of left side missing (torn).

Image of H.A. DeCosta Company Invoices - Invoice

H.A. DeCosta Company Invoices - Invoice

Invoices from the H.A. DeCosta Company to HCF for renovation and repair work done on many HCF Revolving Fund properties in Ansonborough and on the Russell House. Invoices provide the dollar amount of the cost of the repair(s) and an itemization of the work done. Some invoices have notations by Frances Edmunds and the bookkeeper(?), mostly authorizing payment. Collection consists of the following: Folder 1: 82 Anson Street (Mary Smith House) Folder 2: 36 Chapel Street (Dr. Anthony Vanderhorst Toomer House) and 38 Chapel Street (demolition) Folder 3: 328 East Bay Street (Andrew Moffett House), 329 East Bay Street (Gadsden-Morris House), and 332 East Bay Street (Robert Primerose House)

Image of 61 Anson Street (Kestler's Market) - Property File

61 Anson Street (Kestler's Market) - Property File

No history on file. Need further research. File contains newspaper article about the closing of the market (1966); photocopy of ARP photo.