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Construction Plan - Walls and Paving [7 Church Street, Carrington-Cheney House] - Plan, Landscape (Garden)

Construction Plan - Walls and Paving (photocopy) Client: Miss Sallie C. Carrington Name of property: Carrington-Cheney House Address of property: 7 Church Street, Charleston Date(s) of drawing: 2/12/1965, revised 3/1/1965

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Plan of Garden - Preliminary Print [7 Church Street, Carrington-Cheney House] - Plan, Landscape (Garden)

Plan of Garden - Preliminary Print (original blueprint) Client: Miss Sallie C. Carrington Name of property: Carrington-Cheney House Address of property: 7 Church Street, Charleston Date(s) of drawing: 3/8/1948

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Construction Details, Garden Pool [7 Church Street, Carrington-Cheney House] - Plan, Landscape (Garden)

Construction Details, Garden Pool, 1"=1' (photocopy) Client: Miss Sallie C. Carrington Name of property: Carrington-Cheney House Address of property: 7 Church Street, Charleston Date(s) of drawing: undated

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Loutrel Briggs Gardens Survey (Historic American Landscape Survey) - Collection

In 2003, landscape architect James Cothran contacted former HCF employee Susan Epstein about conducting a Historic American Landscapes Survey of Loutrel Briggs gardens in Charleston. Ms. Epstein coordinated the effort and enlisted the help of volunteers from HCF, SC Historical Society, Charleston Horticulture Society, and the Preservation Society, who documented and inventoried several Loutrel Briggs gardens. Intern Nancy Norberg from Georgia State University organized and cataloged the completed surveys. Gardens were identified and surveys were then undertaken. Project volunteers included Ellen Clarke, Ellen Smith, Roseanne Wray, Jan MacDougal, Nancy Norberg, Susan Walker, and Glen Gar

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Plan of Garden for Mr. and Mrs. Perry Woods, 93 Church Street - Plan, Landscape (Garden)

Plan of Garden for Mr. and Mrs. Perry Woods, 93 Church Street (photocopy) Client: Mr. and Mrs. Perry Woods Name of property: Charleston Improvement Corporation House Address of property: 93 Church Street, Charleston Date(s) of drawing: 3/10/1961 Photocopy of original.

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Construction and Planting of Garden for Mr. and Mrs. Huger Sinkler [George Eveleigh House, 39 Church Street] - Plan, Landscape (Garden)

Plan #3: Construction and Planting of Garden for Mr. and Mrs. Huger Sinkler [39 Church Street] (photocopy) Client: Mr. and Mrs. Huger Sinkler Name of property: George Eveleigh House Address of property: 39 Church Street, Charleston Date(s) of drawing: undated Photocopy of original. Address not noted on landscape plan.

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181 Church Street (Williams Building) - Property File

Ca. 1850. A one-story rectangular stuccoed brick commercial structure with a recent warehouse addition to the west. The low-pitched truncated gable composition roof is concealed at its north end by a shaped parapet, with stuccoed corbelled cap, and along its east side by a low flat parapet. A centrally placed monitor, with paired sash windows and a hipped roof, extends along much of the roof. The warehouse building is located on the site of the Williams Building, a 4-story Greek Revival style commercial range and bank complex that extended along much of this block of Hayne Street. Constructed as a warehouse for Goldsmith and Loeb, Wool, Cotton, Hides, and Cotton Tie Manufacturers; incorporate

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Herb Garden [59 Church Street] - Plan, Landscape (Garden)

Title of drawing: Herb Garden [59 Church Street] Date of drawing: May 6, 1991 Name of creator: Hugh Dargan Landscape Architects Landscape plan and plant list.