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Image of House of Ralph Izard [William Harvey House, 110 Broad Street] - ca. 1920s

House of Ralph Izard [William Harvey House, 110 Broad Street] - ca. 1920s

Photograph of the William Harvey House, a/k/a Ralph Izard House (110 Broad Street), street (front) elevation, view of southwest corner. Typed on back of photo: "House of Ralph Izard, Charleston, S.C., 1750" [construction date]. Initials CM [?] written in lower right corner.

Record Type: Photo

Image of St. Philip's Church - ca. 1920s

St. Philip's Church - ca. 1920s

Photograph of St. Philip's Church, north elevation, view looking south on Church Street. "Antiques" sign in background, possibly The Pirate House Antiques shop. Signage for Bailey Vulcanizing Company in foreground [153 Church Street]. . Typed on back of photo: "St. Philip's Church, Charleston, S.C. Joseph Hyde, architect of church. E. Blake White, architect of tower. Rebuilt 1838." Initials CM [?] written in lower right corner.

Record Type: Photo

Image of 68 Meeting Street / South Carolina Society Hall - ca. 1890s

68 Meeting Street / South Carolina Society Hall - ca. 1890s

Street view of Meeting Street featuring 68 Meeting Street (John Cordes Prioleau House) and South Carolina Society Hall (72 Meeting Street), southwest elevation. Mule-drawn carriage in front of 68 Meeting Street. Mounted on cardboard.

Record Type: Photo

Image of Corner of Meeting Street and the Battery [Carrington-Carr House, 2 Meeting Street] - 1930s

Corner of Meeting Street and the Battery [Carrington-Carr House, 2 Meeting Street] - 1930s

Two B&W photographic postcards of the Carrington-Carr House (2 Meeting Street): a: Cicra 1930s view of the southeast elevation. Car parked on street in front of house. Captioned "Residence of Mr. Waring P. Carrington, Corner Meeting Street and The Battery, Charleston, S.C." Handwritten on back "Martha Carrington Hopkins father's place. (Unmailed.) b: Same view as above without the parked car. Captioned " Residence of Miss Sallie Calhoun Carr ...

Record Type: Photo

Image of Courtyard of Dock Street Theater, Charleston, South Carolina - 1940s?

Courtyard of Dock Street Theater, Charleston, South Carolina - 1940s?

Circa 1940s B&W photographic postcard of the courtyard of the Dock Street Theater. Printed on back: "Dock Street Theater: S.W. Corner of Church and Queen. Originally opened 1736. Restored, together with the Planters Hotel, and dedicated in Nov. 1937, with the presentation of George Farquhar's, 'The Recruiting Officer,' the play with which the original theater was opened two hundred years ago. This was a W.P.A. Project of $300,000."

Record Type: Photo

Image of The Pirate House [143-145 Church Street] - Undated

The Pirate House [143-145 Church Street] - Undated

B&W photographic postcard of 143-145 Church Street (Alexander Peronneau Tenements (a/k/a Pirate Houses), captioned "The Pirate House, Charleston, S.C." Shows the northeast corner of the building.

Record Type: Photo

Image of 6 Gibbes Street (Parker-Drayton House) - ca. 1940s

6 Gibbes Street (Parker-Drayton House) - ca. 1940s

Two B&W photographs (scans) of 6 Gibbes Street (Parker-Drayton House): a: View from the driveway of the house showing bowed piazzas. b: Four women and two men gathered in the garden, chatting. "of a Sunday morn!" written on back of photo.

Record Type: Photo

Image of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J. Riley - 161 Calhoun Street - ca. 1920

Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J. Riley - 161 Calhoun Street - ca. 1920

B&W photographic postcard of 161 Calhoun Street, street (front) elevation. Car parked in front of building. Located on the south side of Calhoun between King and St. Philip Street. Formerly the home of the grandparents of Mayor Joseph Riley. Now the site of the Halsey Gallery. Captioned "Mrs. Andrew J. Riley - 161 Calhoun St., Charleston, S.C., Opposite Francis Marion Hotel."

Record Type: Photo