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Image of The Elms [Plantation] - early 20th c.

The Elms [Plantation] - early 20th c.

Two B&W photographs of the ruins of The Elms: a: View of the ruins through the trees. (Two copies) b: View of the entry gates and oak allee.

Record Type: Photo

Image of 30-Block of Smith Street (35 Smith, 37 Smith, 39 Smith) - 1922

30-Block of Smith Street (35 Smith, 37 Smith, 39 Smith) - 1922

Circa 1922 gelatin silver photographic postcard of the 30-block of Smith Street, featuring 35 Smith and neighboring buildings. Includes partial views of 37 Smith, the turret of 39 Smith Street, the gate of 41 Smith Street, the east elevation of 151 Wentworth Street, and the southwest elevation (piazzas) of 149 Wentworth Street. 35 Smith Street is no longer standing. Date of demolition unknown. Postcard is postmarked April 19, 1922. Verso of ...

Record Type: Photo

Image of Rutledge Avenue (North), Charleston, S.C. [ 64 Rutledge and 165 Rutledge] - early 20th century

Rutledge Avenue (North), Charleston, S.C. [ 64 Rutledge and 165 Rutledge] - early 20th century

Digital image of a postcard of Rutledge Avenue, looking north. A pedestrian walks by 164 Rutledge Avenue at left; a bicycle parked in front of 165 Rutledge Avenue (now gone) is at right. A trolly car is on the street.

Record Type: Photo

Image of Air View of Marion Square and Francis Marion Hotel, Charleston, South Carolina - ca. 1943

Air View of Marion Square and Francis Marion Hotel, Charleston, South Carolina - ca. 1943

B&W photographic postcard showing an aerial view of Marion Square and the Francis Marion Hotel. Also includes King Street buildings between the hotel and St. Matthews Lutheran Church that no longer exist; buildings west of King Street and south of Calhoun Street; the west wing of The Citadel; the Charleston Orphan House; Calhoun Street, etc. Postmarked (verso) April 10, 1943. On verso: "A 'natural-finish' card made by Graycraft Card Co., Danvi ...

Record Type: Photo

Image of Y.M.C.A. Building (208 King Street) - ca. 1913

Y.M.C.A. Building (208 King Street) - ca. 1913

Color reprint (enlarged) of a postcard of the Y.M.C.A. Building (208 King Street), street (front) elevation. At left is a small building with a sign for "First Class Parisian Shoe Maker." At right is the Loeb Building (204-206 King Street). A pedestrian stands in front of the Shoe Maker building and a mule-drawn cart is parked in front of the Loeb Building. Original postcard is dated July 15, 1913.

Record Type: Photo

Image of A Patriotic Window Display, Charleston, S.C. [303 King Street] - 1899?

A Patriotic Window Display, Charleston, S.C. [303 King Street] - 1899?

Color reprint (enlarged) of a photographic postcard showing a store window decorated with American flags possibly, based on the estimated date of the image, in celebration of the Confederate Veterans Reunion. The building is numbered 303 [King Street], "Arcade Floral Shop, F.W. Kummer, Proprietor." To its right is the doorway to the building numbered 305 [King Street], the "[YMCA] Colored Men's Branch." A pedestrian walks in front of the doorway. ...

Record Type: Photo

Image of The Gordon House - Church Street [Mrs. Gordon's Boarding House, 55 Church Street] - 1937

The Gordon House - Church Street [Mrs. Gordon's Boarding House, 55 Church Street] - 1937

B&W photograph of 55 Church Street. Handwritten on front of photo "Gordon House - Church Street - Charlestown, S.C. - 9-21-37." The house operated as Mrs. Gordon's Boarding House in the 1930s. "Hygloss Prints, The Baltzly Co., Massilloh" stamped on back of photo.

Record Type: Photo

Image of View of the Base of the Cooper River Bridge [from Lee Street] - 1937

View of the Base of the Cooper River Bridge [from Lee Street] - 1937

B&W photograph of Lee Street, looking north toward the intersection of America Street and toward the base of the John P. Grace Memorial Bridge [old Cooper River Bridge]. Buildings alongside the ramp in background. Handwritten on front of photo "Cooper River Bridge 2.2 miles long - 9/22/37." "Hygloss Prints, The Baltzly Co., Massilloh" stamped on back of photo.

Record Type: Photo