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Image of Longitude Lane - ca. 1898-1912

Longitude Lane - ca. 1898-1912

Photo is identified as Longitude Lane from Church Street looking east. Originally identified as Horlbeck Alley (Levkoff indicates this is in error).

Object Type: Photo

Image of Bridge at Magnolia Cemetery - ca. 1898-1912

Bridge at Magnolia Cemetery - ca. 1898-1912

Footbridge at Magnolia Cemetery. Reflection pond in foreground.

Object Type: Photo

Image of Calhoun Monument - ca. 1898-1912

Calhoun Monument - ca. 1898-1912

Calhoun Monument at Marion Square. Old Citadel in background.

Object Type: Photo

Image of Citadel and Old Hornwork - ca. 1900

Citadel and Old Hornwork - ca. 1900

Old Citadel at Marion Square. Fragment of the Old Hornwork in foreground.

Object Type: Photo

Image of Charleston Hotel - ca. 1898-1912

Charleston Hotel - ca. 1898-1912

Charleston Hotel on Meeting Street near Pinckney Street, decorated for Fleet Week, 11/19/12. Dog on sidewalk in foreground. Atlantic Coast Line sign on corner of the building.

Object Type: Photo

Image of Timrod Hotel - ca. 1898-1912

Timrod Hotel - ca. 1898-1912

Timrod Hotel (a/k/a Commercial Club) on Meeting Street between Broad and Queen Streets, decorated for Fleet Week, 1912. Note that Mrs. Levkoff indicates that the image on file was made in reverse. The mirror image is attached to this record, showing the correct orientation.

Object Type: Photo

Image of View from Chisolm's Mill Across Mud Flats [Murray Boulevard Construction] - ca. 1909

View from Chisolm's Mill Across Mud Flats [Murray Boulevard Construction] - ca. 1909

Murray Boulevard construction; view across mud flats, ca. 1909. Originally identified as Boulevard from Chisolm's Mill. (Chisolm's Mill was located at 200 Tradd Street and looked out over the marshes of the Ashley River; its main block extended to where the current Coast Guard Station is.)

Object Type: Photo

Image of View from Chisolm's Mill [Murray Boulevard Construction] - ca. 1909

View from Chisolm's Mill [Murray Boulevard Construction] - ca. 1909

Extension of the seawall being built to create Murray Boulevard, ca. 1909. Originally identified as the "view from Chisolm's Mill." (Chisolm's Mill was located at 200 Tradd Street and looked out over the marshes of the Ashley River; its main block extended to where the current Coast Guard Station is.)

Object Type: Photo