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Image of Residence of Geo. W. Williams, Sr. - 1893

Residence of Geo. W. Williams, Sr. - 1893

Residence of George W. Williams, Sr. [16 Meeting Street/Calhoun Mansion], street elevation. Circular garden building can be seen. From Art Work of Charleston, vol. 4, pg. 2.

Object Type: Photo

Image of View on South Battery - 1893

View on South Battery - 1893

The corner of East Bay Street and South Battery. The house at 1 South Battery (Louis Desaussure House) is prominent. Villa Margherita can be seen in the background. From Art Work of Charleston, vol. 4, pg. 3.

Object Type: Photo

Image of View in the Wittie Place - 1893

View in the Wittie Place - 1893

Identified as a view in the Wittie [sic] place. Shows the grounds and shell-clad garden building of the residence of Charles Witte at what is now Ashley Hall at 172 Rutledge Avenue. Art Work of Charleston, vol. 4, pg. 6.

Object Type: Photo

Image of Looking North from St. Michael's Tower - 1893

Looking North from St. Michael's Tower - 1893

Identified as looking north from the tower of St. Michael's. From Art Work of Charleston, vol. 5, pg. 1.

Object Type: Photo

Image of Custom House - 1893

Custom House - 1893

U.S. Custom House (200 East Bay Street), street elevation. Streets are of brick with trolley tracks in foreground. Onlookers stand and sit on the steps. From Art Work of Charleston, vol. 5, pg. 4.

Object Type: Photo

Image of Circular Church on Meeting Street - 1893

Circular Church on Meeting Street - 1893

Circular Congregational Church (150 Meeting Street), street elevation. From Art Work of Charleston, vol. 5, pg. 6.

Object Type: Photo

Image of Scene on Washington Square - 1893

Scene on Washington Square - 1893

Washington Square, also known as City Square Park. African-American woman (nanny) sits on bench with small children and baby carriage. Fireproof building in mid-ground, fire tower/bell tower (behind old lower fire station, 116 Meeting Street) in background. From Art Work of Charleston, vol. 5, pg. 6.

Object Type: Photo

Image of West Point Mill Road - 1893

West Point Mill Road - 1893

Identified as West Point Mill Road. The West Point Mill was located in the area of present-day 14 Lockwood Drive, at the west end of Calhoun Street; presumably, this walkway is in the vicinity of the mill. The old arsenal buildings of Porter Military Academy can be seen over the rooftops at the left, while to the right is the Jonathan Lucas House. Boys in goat-drawn carts are in the foreground. Adults and children are standing, walking, and ...

Object Type: Photo