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Image of Officer's Quarters, Porter Military Academy - ca. 1882

Officer's Quarters, Porter Military Academy - ca. 1882

Stereographic card bearing the image of a building, possibly officers' quarters, on the Porter Military Academy campus. A cadet standis in the driveway. Probably originally located on Bee Street between President Street and Ashley Avenue, now the site of MUSC. Handwritten on verso: "[Name], 1882, House in Calhoun(?) St."

Record Type: Photo

Image of 81 Cannon Street (Constan Groceries) - 1931

81 Cannon Street (Constan Groceries) - 1931

B&W photograph (scan) of 81 Cannon Street (Constantine Groceries), corner view of the building. Christmas trees and men line the sidewalk in front of the store. Cars parked in front. Photo is captioned [name in Greek] / Constan Groceries / Dec. 12, 1931. Per Old Codgers Charleston Address Book, appears to have had a history of being a corner grocery in the 20th century: 1901-1910 J. Henry Dreyer, grocer; 1920 K. F. Karast, business; 1930 Aotoni ...

Record Type: Photo

Image of 500 Huger Street - ca. 1960

500 Huger Street - ca. 1960

B&W photograph (scan) of 500 Huger Street, street (front) elevation.

Record Type: Photo

Image of Naomi Rose O'Hara Timmons' House [6 Lamboll Street] - 1924

Naomi Rose O'Hara Timmons' House [6 Lamboll Street] - 1924

B&W photograph (scan) of 6 Lamboll Street, street (front) elevation. Orientation of photograph is slanted; portion of east edge of building not captured.

Record Type: Photo

Image of Rear View of 13 Franklin Street - 1923

Rear View of 13 Franklin Street - 1923

Photograph (scan) showing half of the rear of 13 Franklin Street. Woman standing on balcony. View looks through to the house across the street, possibly 8 Franklin Street.

Record Type: Photo

Image of 549 King Street (A.W. Petit Building) - late-19th c.

549 King Street (A.W. Petit Building) - late-19th c.

Late 19th c. photograph (scan) of 549 King Street (A.W. Petit Building), a dry goods store. Street (front) elevation. Man stands in front of building, presumably Arthur Washington Petit.

Record Type: Photo

Image of 151 Moultrie Street - 1918

151 Moultrie Street - 1918

B&W photograph (scan) of 151 Moultrie Street, front elevation, soon after its construction in 1918.

Record Type: Photo

Image of "A Glimpse Through Coonville in the Heart of Charleston" [Beaufain Street, 30-40 Block] - ca. 1910

"A Glimpse Through Coonville in the Heart of Charleston" [Beaufain Street, 30-40 Block] - ca. 1910

Historic Charleston Foundation denounces the derogatory language as it appears in the original item. Postcard (scan) featuring the view looking west on Beaufain Street (the 30 block) showing the African American neighborhood that was between Coming Street and near Archdale Street, where today the triangle of land between Memminger and the Canterbury House (near St. Philip and Archdale) are now. The houses were demolished. Pedestrians are on the ...

Record Type: Photo