Bond Hall - The Citadel
Title:
Bond Hall - The Citadel
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Linen unused

Description:
THE CITADEL THE MILITARY COLLEGE OF SOUTH CAROLINA Founded 1842 Charleston, South Carolina Courses leading to Degrees of Bachelor of Arts in English, Modern Languages, History and Political Science; and Bachelor of Science in Physics, Engineering, Chemistry, Business Administration and Mathematics. Four Year Pre-Medical Course. R.O.T.C. Units in Infantry and Coast Artillery. "THE NATION'S LEADING MILITARY COLLEGE"


The Citadel - Full-Dress Parade
Title:
The Citadel - Full-Dress Parade
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Linen unused



St. John Hotel
Title:
St. John Hotel
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Linen unused


Holiday Inn Hotel and Henry's Holiday Inn Restaurant
Title:
Holiday Inn Hotel and Henry's Holiday Inn Restaurant
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused



St. John Hotel
Title:
St. John Hotel
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Linen PM 1942 Sep-21


The Circular Congregational Church
Title:
The Circular Congregational Church
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Linen unused

Description:
FIND FRIENDS HERE Every Sunday Night 6:15 Young People Meet 7:30 Friendly Half Hour Refreshments 8:00 Familiar Hymns Worship in charge of the Men's Club or the Young People. STRANGERS WELCOME Service Men in Uniform Specially Invited The Circular CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH 138-150 Meeting Street, Charleston, S.C. All bus lines pass the Church except the Belt Line which crosses Meeting Street at Broad, two blocks south of the Church. Palm Sunday, March 29, The Orchestra Ensemble, G. Theo Wichmann, Conductor, leads our music at 8 p.m. Princeton Dauer will be at the Organ console. This Choir follows immediately after the Friendly Half Hour. Invite your friends to come. OUR MINISTER INVITES YOU Rev. C. Rexford Raymond, D.D.



Castle Pinckney Inn
Title:
Castle Pinckney Inn
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome PM 1965 Jun-19


Heart of Charleston Motor Hotel
Title:
Heart of Charleston Motor Hotel
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome PM 1961 Jul-7



Old Slave Market, Chalmers Street
Title:
Old Slave Market, Chalmers Street
Charleston South Carolina (SC), White Border PM 1919 May-27

Description:
A dilapidated but quaint little structure is all that remains of the once flourishing traffic in slaves. The Slave Market, on Chalmers Street, attracts thousands of visitors annually.


St. Michael's Church
Title:
St. Michael's Church
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



City Hall
Title:
City Hall
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1907 Jul-4


Holiday Inn Riverview, U. S. 17 & Ashley River
Title:
Holiday Inn Riverview, U. S. 17 & Ashley River
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
Thirteen stories of luxury overlooking the scenic city of Charleston, Ft. Sumter and the Citadel.



Camellia Motel
Title:
Camellia Motel
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
US 17 South - 1550 Savannah Hwy. Air conditioned - swimming pool. Near Gardens - Ft. Sumter and historical homes. Off-season rates.


Charleston AFB / International Airport
Title:
Charleston AFB / International Airport
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Jim Doane Located 10 miles north of City. It is one of the finest and best equipped airports on the Atlantic Coast. It is served by 5 major domestic airlines. Dexter Press



Palmettoes on Isle of Palms
Title:
Palmettoes on Isle of Palms
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Divided Back PM 1908 Mar-3


The Battery
Title:
The Battery
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
Colourpicture Publishers Inc.



Bay View Motor Court
Title:
Bay View Motor Court
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused


Lord Ashley Court
Title:
Lord Ashley Court
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused



Holiday Inn Motel & Henry's Holiday Inn restaurant
Title:
Holiday Inn Motel & Henry's Holiday Inn restaurant
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused


Sergeant Jasper Apartments
Title:
Sergeant Jasper Apartments
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
234 Ultra-Modern Fireproof Apartments. Overlooking beautiful Colonial Lake to the east and the broad expanse of the Ashley River to the west. Spacious grounds and wide open spaces on all sides lend an atmosphere of the country estate. Easy accessibility to the shopping district, theatres, parks, public buildings, adds the final touch to make a perfect location.



Castle Pinckney Inn
Title:
Castle Pinckney Inn
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused


Heart of Charleston, 200 Meeting Street
Title:
Heart of Charleston, 200 Meeting Street
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
Downtown in the heart of America's most historic city. Convenient walking distance to retail stores, theatres, and most churches. P.S. Just a nice place to relax. Color TV in All Rooms AAA Member of Quality Courts Dexter Press, Inc.



Hurricane Hugo, September 22, 1989 Radar Map
Title:
Hurricane Hugo, September 22, 1989 Radar Map
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Hurricane Hugo originated September 11, 1989 as a tropical wave off the coast of Africa. Two days later it pounded Puerto Rico and the Caribbean Islands and headed straight for the South Carolina coast. During the night and early morning hours of September 21 and 22, the 300-year-old city of Charleston, South Carolina was forever changed by the 135-MPH winds that came ashore.


Hurricane Hugo,September 21-22, 1989
Title:
Hurricane Hugo,September 21-22, 1989
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Hurricane Hugo originated September 11, 1989 as a tropical wave off the coast of Africa. Two days later it pounded Puerto Rico and the Caribbean Islands and headed straight for the South Carolina coast. During the night and early morning hours of September 21 and 22, the 300-year-old city of Charleston, South Carolina was forever changed by the 135 MPH winds that came ashore.



Doing The Charleston
Title:
Doing The Charleston
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Continental Chrome PM 1980 Apr-30

Description:
Charleston, S.C. Leaving the oldest theater in America, The Dock Street Theater, this group of Flappers reminds us of the famous dance, "The Charleston".


Pringle House
Title:
Pringle House
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Divided Back PM 1909 Jan-8



King Street North From Wentworth Street
Title:
King Street North From Wentworth Street
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Divided Back


Huguenot and St. Philip's Churches
Title:
Huguenot and St. Philip's Churches
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Divided Back unused



Heart of Charleston Motor Hotel
Title:
Heart of Charleston Motor Hotel
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome PM 1964 Apr-1

Description:
Downtown in the heart of America's most historic city. Convenient walking distance to retail stores, theatres, and most churches. AAA approved, Quality Courts member.


Hugenot Church
Title:
Hugenot Church
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Divided Back



Old Oak Tree, Magnolia Cemetary
Title:
Old Oak Tree, Magnolia Cemetary
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Divided Back PM Jun-2


Francis Marion Hotel
Title:
Francis Marion Hotel
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused



Colonial Lake
Title:
Colonial Lake
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Divided Back PM 1908 Jan-6


The Maybank House on Meeting Street
Title:
The Maybank House on Meeting Street
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Linen PM 1946 May-18

Description:
Albertype Co.



Retreat Ceremony, Charleston Air Force Base
Title:
Retreat Ceremony, Charleston Air Force Base
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
Daily retreat ceremony is held in front of the Base Headquarters Building. Dexter Press Inc.


Charleston Naval Hospital
Title:
Charleston Naval Hospital
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
This 1,000 bed hospital is the only military hospital in the Charleston area. It is a major medical facility of the Navy and is located on the Naval Base. The hospital cares for personnel of the Navy, Army, Air Force, Marine Corps and Coast Guard, their dependents, and retired personnel.



U.S. Air Force C-5 Galaxy
Title:
U.S. Air Force C-5 Galaxy
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
An Army M-60 battle tank fits easily into the cargo compartment of the Lockheed-built U.S. Air Force C-5 Galaxy, at Charleston Air Force Base. The huge cargo compartment can hold most modern Army equipment including the M-60 never before airlifted. The world's largest aircraft features both front and rear landing with a drive through capability. Dexter Press, Inc.


Polaris Missile Training Center, U.S. Naval Base
Title:
Polaris Missile Training Center, U.S. Naval Base
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
Ernest Ferguson Edwards Hall, the first training center built to train crews of Polaris Missile submarines. The equipment contained inside the building is a duplication of the attack center installed in a Fleet Ballistic Missile submarine. Dexter Press, Inc.



Fort Sumter Hotel
Title:
Fort Sumter Hotel
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
Fort Sumter Hotel Charleston's finest...on the ocean...in the most exclusive residential district...where the Colonial tradition of refinement and hospitality is consistently maintained. Modern, Fireproof.


Submarine Tender USS Howard W. Gilmore, US Naval Base
Title:
Submarine Tender USS Howard W. Gilmore, US Naval Base
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome PM 1968 Oct-15

Description:
Ernest Ferguson The USS Howard W. Gilmore provides facilities and support for submarines in overseas areas. The vessel acts as a combination ammunition depot, supply center, shipyard, and motel for the brood of submarines. At the same pier are the submarines Clamagore and Darter. Dexter Press, Inc.



Brookgreen Meadows Court
Title:
Brookgreen Meadows Court
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome PM 1955

Description:
Route 17, 3 miles north of historic Charleston, SC. 27 ultra modern apartments; living room dinette, bedroom bath and all electric kitchen; all conveniences; air conditioned; automatic heat; modest rates.


Bird's Eye View
Title:
Bird's Eye View
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Drawing the Seine, Isle of Palms
Title:
Drawing the Seine, Isle of Palms
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Divided Back unused


Tobacco Field
Title:
Tobacco Field
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Divided Back unused



City Hall and Court House
Title:
City Hall and Court House
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Divided Back unused


The Old Holmes House, East Battery
Title:
The Old Holmes House, East Battery
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Divided Back unused



Union Station
Title:
Union Station
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Divided Back unused


Early Morning, Church Street
Title:
Early Morning, Church Street
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Linen

Description:
Drawn by Elizabeth O'Neill Verner, 38 Tradd Street Albertype Co.



Francis Marion Hotel
Title:
Francis Marion Hotel
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Linen

Description:
Francis Marion Hotel, modern and fireproof, is located in the heart of Charleston's business district. It was named after the famous Revolutionary General Francis Marion 1732-February 26, 1795


Unloading Bananas
Title:
Unloading Bananas
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Divided Back unused



Isle of Palms
Title:
Isle of Palms
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Divided Back unused


Colonial Lake
Title:
Colonial Lake
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Divided Back unused



Confederate Monument, Magnolia Cemetery
Title:
Confederate Monument, Magnolia Cemetery
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Divided Back unused


King Street
Title:
King Street
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Divided Back unused



Orphan-House
Title:
Orphan-House
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Divided Back unused


Washington Light Infantry, Timrod, Beauregard and Pitt Monuments, Washington Square
Title:
Washington Light Infantry, Timrod, Beauregard and Pitt Monuments, Washington Square
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Divided Back unused



Post Office and St. Michaels Church
Title:
Post Office and St. Michaels Church
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Divided Back unused


Views of Beautiful Colonial Lake
Title:
Views of Beautiful Colonial Lake
Charleston South Carolina (SC), White Border unused



St. John's Hotel
Title:
St. John's Hotel
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Divided Back unused


City Hall
Title:
City Hall
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Divided Back unused



Holiday Inn Downtown
Title:
Holiday Inn Downtown
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome PM 1966 Jun-3


Charleston Harbor View
Title:
Charleston Harbor View
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Divided Back PM 1918 Dec-16



Harbor Scene
Title:
Harbor Scene
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Divided Back PM 1908 Jul-13


Foreign Vessel Loading Cotton
Title:
Foreign Vessel Loading Cotton
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Divided Back



Charleston Harbor View
Title:
Charleston Harbor View
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Divided Back PM 1910 Jun-2


New Clyde Line Docks
Title:
New Clyde Line Docks
Charleston South Carolina (SC), White Border

Description:
Charleston was first settled at Albemarle Point, on the West bank of the Ashley River, under Governor William Seyle, in 1670 and called Charles Town, in honor of the King. In 1672, for purposes of Commerce, the settlement was moved to Oyster Point, formed by the junction of the Ashley and the Cooper Rivers, and this was called New Charles Town. The present city of Charleston was incorporated in 1783.



Remnant of Horn Work, Siege of Charleston 1780
Title:
Remnant of Horn Work, Siege of Charleston 1780
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


Old French Protestant Hugenot Church
Title:
Old French Protestant Hugenot Church
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Divided Back unused

Description:
Founded 1690 and only one in the US.



St John the Baptist Cathedral
Title:
St John the Baptist Cathedral
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Divided Back unused


Old Goose Creek Church (Episcopal)
Title:
Old Goose Creek Church (Episcopal)
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Divided Back unused

Description:
Built 1613.



St. Michael's Church
Title:
St. Michael's Church
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Divided Back unused


Lord Ashley Court
Title:
Lord Ashley Court
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
38 modern air conditioned rooms. Tile baths, airfoam mattress, telephones. Member of Quality Courts United. On US 17, 2 1/2 miles south of Charleston, SC. Dexter Press, Inc.



Sword Gate Lodge
Title:
Sword Gate Lodge
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
109 Tradd Street, in the heart of the historic area. Modern motor court accommodations in an old-world atmosphere. Quiet, clean, comfortable, air conditioned, ample parking space. Morning coffee individually served as a courtesy of the house.


College of Charleston
Title:
College of Charleston
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Linen PM 1961 Nov-25



Orphan House
Title:
Orphan House
Charleston South Carolina (SC), White Border unused


City Hall
Title:
City Hall
Charleston South Carolina (SC), White Border unused



Meeting Street, South
Title:
Meeting Street, South
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Divided Back unused

Description:
Showing S. C. Society Building, organized 1737 and Old St. Michael's Church.


St. Michael's Church
Title:
St. Michael's Church
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Divided Back PM 1908 Sep-05



East Battery
Title:
East Battery
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1924 Mar-5


Oceola's Grave, Fort Moultrie
Title:
Oceola's Grave, Fort Moultrie
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



South Battery
Title:
South Battery
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1906


Residence on South Battery
Title:
Residence on South Battery
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1906 Sep-20



Cypress Gardens
Title:
Cypress Gardens
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Linen unused


Colonial Lake
Title:
Colonial Lake
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Divided Back PM 1911 Jul-5



Post Office
Title:
Post Office
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Divided Back PM 1911 Dec-30


Dock Street Theatre - Artist Rendering
Title:
Dock Street Theatre - Artist Rendering
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Linen



Interior of the Dock Street Theatre
Title:
Interior of the Dock Street Theatre
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Linen PM 1940 Apr-13

Description:
The Dock Street Theatre, Charleston, South Carolina, is a revival of the theatre which opened on the same site in 1736. All of the buildings incorporate the remaining walls of the old Planters Hotel which began its operation in 1835. Buildings were completed by the Works Progress Administration for the City of Charleston. The theatre is operated by the Carolina Art Association


Gibbes Art Gallery
Title:
Gibbes Art Gallery
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
The will of James S. Gibbes, proved in 1888, bequeathed $100,000 to the Mayor of Charleston and to three trustees, members of the Art Association. With these funds, the present Gibbes Memorial Art Gallery was built



"In Charleston, It's Henry's For Foods"
Title:
"In Charleston, It's Henry's For Foods"
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Linen unused

Description:
Just as the Sword Gate in Charleston sets the style in iron gate design so also "In Charleston It's Henry's" for fine food Salesman's Sample


Dock Street Theatre, Church and Chalmers Street
Title:
Dock Street Theatre, Church and Chalmers Street
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome

Description:
Oldest legitimate playhouse in the United States



Everett's Restaurant
Title:
Everett's Restaurant
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
172 Cannon Street


Heart of Charleston
Title:
Heart of Charleston
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome PM 1979

Description:
200 Meeting Street



Francis Marion Hotel
Title:
Francis Marion Hotel
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Linen PM 1953 Sep-30

Description:
Modern and fireproof, is located in the heart of Charleston's business district. It was named after the famous Revolutionary General Francis Marion 1732 - February 26, 1795


Bird's Eye View of Broad Street, From Peoples National Bank Building
Title:
Bird's Eye View of Broad Street, From Peoples National Bank Building
Charleston South Carolina (SC), White Border unused

Description:
Broad Street houses most of the law and real estate firms in the City. From here may be seen the Old Library, St. Michael's Church, The Court House, Post Office, and Washington Square Park



Pringle House
Title:
Pringle House
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Divided Back PM 1907 Sep-11

Description:
The old Bull-Pringle mansion on lower King Street is one of the landmarks of the city. It is striking in appearance, enclosed by a semi-circular brick wall about twelve feet high and surrounded by iron spikes. Prior to the Revolution it was the home of Col. Miles Brewton, and during that war was occupied as headquarters by Lord Rawdon and Col. Nesbit Balfour, commandant of Charleston; since then it has been in the possession of the Bull and Pringle families and is known as the Bull-Pringle House


The End of King Street
Title:
The End of King Street
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
Charleston's principal thoroughfare, King Street, follows the old King's Highway through the entire length of the city ending here at the Battery. This view from the Fort Sumter Hotel overlooks Battery Park and in the distance the Atlantic Ocean



Elks Club
Title:
Elks Club
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Divided Back unused


Pringle House
Title:
Pringle House
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



U. S. Post Office Building
Title:
U. S. Post Office Building
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1905 Dec-6


Aerial View of Inn and Grounds
Title:
Aerial View of Inn and Grounds
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
On the Ashley River at U.S. Hwy. Seventeen. 130 Rooms - Five Banquet & Meeting Rooms - Dining in The Grill or Colonial Room - Entertainment in The Lounge - Putting Green - Swimming Pool - Premier February, 1964



Guest Residence - Mrs J.H. Carr
Title:
Guest Residence - Mrs J.H. Carr
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Linen unused

Description:
Corner of Metting Street and The Battery


Hurricane Hugo, September 22, 1989
Title:
Hurricane Hugo, September 22, 1989
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Hurricane Hugo, Charleston, SC, September 21-22, 1989. Hurricane Hugo originated September 11, 1989 as a tropical wave off the coast of Africa. Two days later it pounded Puerto Rico and the Caribbean Islands and headed straight for the South Carolina coast. During the night and early morning hours of September 21 and 22, the 300 year old city of Charleston, South Carolina, was forever changed by the 135 MPH winds that came ashore



New Union Station
Title:
New Union Station
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Divided Back unused


Birdseye View
Title:
Birdseye View
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1906 Feb-4



Pringle House, King Street
Title:
Pringle House, King Street
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1902 Apr-1


Air Force Base - Passenger Terminal
Title:
Air Force Base - Passenger Terminal
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused



The Colony House
Title:
The Colony House
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome PM 1965 Sep-13

Description:
4 Vendue Range


Flower Vendor, Charleston, S. C
Title:
Flower Vendor, Charleston, S. C
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Linen unused

Description:
Flower Vendor Charleston, S. C. "America's Most Historic City" Throughout Charleston, mostly below Broad Street, flower vendors provide freshly cut flowers to motorists and residents the year-round. Highly competitive, aggressive sellers. Carrying baskets on the head is a typical practice locally and throughout the low country



Fort Moultrie and Grave of Osceola, The Indian Chief
Title:
Fort Moultrie and Grave of Osceola, The Indian Chief
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Linen PM 1961 Apr-12

Description:
Fort Moultrie successfully defended the harbor against the British fleet under Sir Peter Parker. It is now a modern Coast Artillery Defense and Army Post


Looking Across to Fort Sumter
Title:
Looking Across to Fort Sumter
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Divided Back PM 1908 Jun-17



Sheraton-Fort Sumter Hotel
Title:
Sheraton-Fort Sumter Hotel
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome

Description:
Charleston's only waterfront hotel. 175 outside rooms. Completely air conditioned. Pink Coat Lounge. Rampart Room for your dining pleasure. Swimming pool. Ample free parking . Located foot of King Street, at Murray Boulevard. Telephone: 803 - 723-4516


East Battery and Guns
Title:
East Battery and Guns
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Divided Back

Description:
The first gun was recovered by an heroic act from the wreck of the "Keokuk" sunk in an attack on Fort Sumter, April 7th, 1863. The second and third guns were transferred from Fort Sumter and the fourth from Fort Johnson. These were used in defense of Charleston, 1861-1865



Villa Margherita
Title:
Villa Margherita
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Linen unused

Description:
Villa Margherita - one of Charleston's exclusive resort hotels, beautifully located on the famous Battery, During War used as United Seamen's Residential Club


Pringle House
Title:
Pringle House
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Linen PM 1942 Apr-22

Description:
Built by Miles Brewton in 1765. Distinguished for its architecture and history. The house has descended through five generations of the same family. British headquarters 1780; Federal headquarters 1864



Pringle House
Title:
Pringle House
Charleston South Carolina (SC), White Border unused

Description:
A colonial house distinguished for its architecture and history. The house has descended through five generations of the same family. It was the home of Colonel Miles Brewton and of Mrs. Rebecca Motte. It is now open to the public. British Headquarters 1780. Federal Headquarters 1864


The Lord Cooper Motor Court
Title:
The Lord Cooper Motor Court
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Linen

Description:
Air conditioned and steam heated for your comfort; Route 17, 3 miles north of Charleston, South Carolina; just across the Cooper River Bridge of Mt. Pleasant, SC



Corner of Four Laws
Title:
Corner of Four Laws
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Linen unused

Description:
"America´s Most Historic City" Called by the late Robert Ripley as a "Believe It or Not" CORNER OF FOUR LAWS St. Michael's Church, 1752, Law of God. City Hall, second oldest in United States, built 1801, Law of the City. County Court House, erected in 1792 on the foundations of first South Carolina State House, Law of the State. United States Post Office, 1896, Law of the Country. Unique, four laws together at one intersection, as noted by Robert Ripley, a frequent visitor to Charleston, "America's Most Historic City"


Boat Scene in Cypress Gardens
Title:
Boat Scene in Cypress Gardens
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Linen

Description:
Twenty-three miles north from Charleston are the Cypress Gardens of Dean Hall, a breath-takingly beautiful and most unique water garden. A canoe ride under the swaying moss-hung tree is a delightful experience



Holiday Inn Downtown
Title:
Holiday Inn Downtown
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
Holiday Inn Downtown Charleston, South Carolina The charm and beauty of Charleston are reflected in La Porte De Fer Restaurant of Holiday Inn Downtown, located in the heart of Charleston at the corner of Meeting and Calhoun Streets. Tel: 722-3391 - AC: 803


Hotel Fort Sumter
Title:
Hotel Fort Sumter
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome PM 1963 Apr-10

Description:
Hotel Fort Sumter Charleston, South Carolina Charleston's only waterfront hotel. 200 outside rooms. completely air conditioned. Rampart Room for your dining pleasure. Spacious free parking areas, with motorists entrance. Located foot of King Street, at Murray Boulevard. Telephone: RAymond 3-4516



U.S. Naval Training Camp - Tug of War
Title:
U.S. Naval Training Camp - Tug of War
Charleston South Carolina (SC), White Border unused


U.S. Naval Training Camp - Fun with the Push Ball
Title:
U.S. Naval Training Camp - Fun with the Push Ball
Charleston South Carolina (SC), White Border unused



US Naval Training Camp Foot Ball Game
Title:
US Naval Training Camp Foot Ball Game
Charleston South Carolina (SC), White Border unused


Villa Margherita
Title:
Villa Margherita
Charleston South Carolina (SC), White Border unused

Description:
Villa Margherita is ideally situated facing The Battery or the old White Point Gardens. It is one of the finest tourist resorts in the south



Magnolia on the Ashley
Title:
Magnolia on the Ashley
Charleston South Carolina (SC), White Border unused


Fort Sumter
Title:
Fort Sumter
Charleston South Carolina (SC), White Border

Description:
Fort Sumter standing majestically in Charleston's harbor, where the first shot of the Civil War was fired. This fort stood more bombarding than any other fort in the world before Port Arthur



Post Office showing park
Title:
Post Office showing park
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Divided Back PM 1911 Jan-27

Description:
New Post-Office and US Court House showing the Postoffice Park was completed and occupied in 1896. The style of the architecture is the Italian Renaissance. The whole building is finished in marble and mahogany


Provincial Powder Magazine
Title:
Provincial Powder Magazine
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM Sep-27



Colonial Gate
Title:
Colonial Gate
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1906

Description:
Colonial Gate. Some beautiful specimens of artistic iron work are to be found in several gateways in Charleston. Perhaps the finest is at the entrance to the home of U.S. Judge Charles H. Simonton. They are the work of an Italian, Iusti by name, whose shops flourished a hundred years ago. Since his death no others have been made here


Loading Cotton
Title:
Loading Cotton
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1906 Jul-25



St. Michael's Protestant Episcopal Church
Title:
St. Michael's Protestant Episcopal Church
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
The oldest church edifice in Charleston. Cornerstone was laid in 1752 and first services held in 1761. Clock and bells imported from England 1764. British forces took the bells to England as a Revolutionary War prize; later returned by a London merchant. Confederate forces used the steeple as a lookout post. Federal gunners used it as a point of aim during bombardment of 1863 and their shells landing in and around the church destroyed part of this beautiful landmark, Washington, Lee, LaFayette and other notables have worshipped here


Jack Tar's Francis Marion Hotel
Title:
Jack Tar's Francis Marion Hotel
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
Carolina's Finest - 300 rooms - completely air conditioned - Sugar 'n Spice and Swamp Fox Room for unexcelled dining - Free Parking



Henry's
Title:
Henry's
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
Just as the Sword Gate in Charleston sets the style in iron gate design, se also "In Charleston It's Henry's" for fine food


Fort Sumter National Monument
Title:
Fort Sumter National Monument
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
Walter H. Miller Constructed 1829-1860 and named for General Thomas Sumter of Revolutionary fame, the fort was the scene of the bombardment which began the American Civil War



Holiday Inn Airport
Title:
Holiday Inn Airport
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome

Description:
Airport Road and I-26. Comfort, convenience and service are all yours to enjoy at this beautiful Holiday Inn


Miles Brewton (Pringle) House, Garden View
Title:
Miles Brewton (Pringle) House, Garden View
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Linen unused

Description:
27 King Street A colonial house of romance and beauty, which has descended through five generations. The home of Colonel Miles Brewton and of Mrs. Rebecca Motte. In this house and garden one may spend a delightful hour. The Admission fee is one dollar



From the Bridge, Magnolia-on-the-Ashley
Title:
From the Bridge, Magnolia-on-the-Ashley
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Divided Back


Old Powder Magazine
Title:
Old Powder Magazine
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Divided Back unused



St. Michael's Church
Title:
St. Michael's Church
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Divided Back

Description:
Historic chimes and watch tower, built in 1782, height of steeple 185 feet


Across the Lake, Magnoila-on-the-Ashley
Title:
Across the Lake, Magnoila-on-the-Ashley
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Divided Back unused



A Charleston Gate on Legare Street
Title:
A Charleston Gate on Legare Street
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Divided Back unused


Under the Oaks, Magnolia-On-The-Ashley
Title:
Under the Oaks, Magnolia-On-The-Ashley
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Divided Back unused



Walk by the Lake, Magnolia-On-The-Ashley
Title:
Walk by the Lake, Magnolia-On-The-Ashley
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Divided Back


East Battery
Title:
East Battery
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Divided Back unused



Fort Sumpter from the Battery
Title:
Fort Sumpter from the Battery
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Divided Back unused


The Lake, Magnolia-On-The-Ashley
Title:
The Lake, Magnolia-On-The-Ashley
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Divided Back unused



Charleston Hotel
Title:
Charleston Hotel
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Divided Back


Union Station
Title:
Union Station
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Divided Back PM 1909 Oct-8



The Four Corners of Law
Title:
The Four Corners of Law
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
Looking south on Meeting Street at the intersection of Broad Street are the buildings that represent the "four laws." At left: Municipal Law - City Hall, God's Law - St. Michael's Church. At right: Federal Law - U.S. Post Office & Court House, State Law - County Court House


Aerial View of Charleston, South Carolina
Title:
Aerial View of Charleston, South Carolina
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
1. St. Michael's Church--God's Law 2. U.S. Post Office & Court House--Federal Law 3. County Court House--State Law 4. City Hall--City Law 5. City Hall Park L. Ginsberg Inc



Cooper River Bridge
Title:
Cooper River Bridge
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
America's giant roller coaster is breathtaking to the stranger. This aerial view shows both spans of the 152 ft. high John P. Grace Memorial Bridge, with Mt. Pleasant in the background, and the new state docks to the right in the foreground. South Carolina is one of the nation's few states without a toll bridge


Charleston Hotel
Title:
Charleston Hotel
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1906 Mar-26



Fort Sutter
Title:
Fort Sutter
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1906 Aug-26


Old Slave Market (So Called)
Title:
Old Slave Market (So Called)
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Linen unused

Description:
"America's Most Historic City" In the days of slavery, this was known as a "Slave Exchange"



In Charleston It's Henry's for Foods
Title:
In Charleston It's Henry's for Foods
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Linen unused

Description:
Famous for sea foods


Entrance to Magnolia Cemetery
Title:
Entrance to Magnolia Cemetery
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Divided Back PM 1909 May-6



Baptist College
Title:
Baptist College
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Liberal Arts "A New College for a New Generation" Located six miles from Summerville and sixteen miles from Charleston, S.C. Quality education through a wide range of programs. Day and evening classes, on and off campus, year 'round. HOme of the "Buccaneers."


The Four Corners of Law
Title:
The Four Corners of Law
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Jim Doane The city's most famous intersection has buildings on the corners representing federal, county, municipal and god's law. Lower left - Federal Law - U.S. Post Office and Court House, Built 1896; Upper left - County Court House, built 1792; Lower right - St. Michael's Church, built 1752; Upper right - City Hall, built 1801



Francis Marion Hotel
Title:
Francis Marion Hotel
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
Carolina's finest - 300 rooms - completely air conditioned - Sugar'n Spice and Swamp Fox Room for unexcelled dining - free parking


Charleston's Medical Center
Title:
Charleston's Medical Center
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
Aerial view of the growing medical center of South Carolina. In center foreground is the Veterans Administration Hospital. In upper portion of picture, from the left, is the Dental College, Medical College and Roper Hospital (white building)



The Four Corners of Law
Title:
The Four Corners of Law
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
Ernest Ferguson Looking south on Meeting Street at the intersection of Broad Street are the buildings that represent the "four laws." At left: Municipal Law - City Hall; God's Law - St. Michael's Church; At right: Federal Law - U.S. Post Office & Court House; State Law - County Court House Dexter Press, Inc


Miles Brewton (Pringle) House, Garden View
Title:
Miles Brewton (Pringle) House, Garden View
Charleston South Carolina (SC), White Border PM 1934 Dec-26

Description:
A Colonial House of romance and beauty, which has descended through five generations. The home of Colonel Miles Brewton and of Mrs. Rebecca Motte. In this house and garden one may spend a delightful hour. The admission free is one dollar The Albertype Co



East of High Battery
Title:
East of High Battery
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
Some of Charleston's "single homes" are seen here turning their shoulders to the palmetto lined lined street to insure the occupants that privacy that is as sacred to the Charlestonian's soul as his ancestors or his rice. The open piazza usually faces south to catch the breeze


Nathaniel Russell House
Title:
Nathaniel Russell House
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
On Meeting Street is this splendid example of Post-Colonial architecture, built about 1811. Interesting is the three story octagonal portal with its elliptical fanlight. Also, the wrought iron balcony at the second-story level bears the monogram of the original owner. Interior, decorated in the Adam style, is planned with an oval drawing room and a graceful spiral stairway. Open to the public



Rainbow Row
Title:
Rainbow Row
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
Ernest Ferguson Typical of the English type of architecture are these double houses of eighteenth century aspect. This East Bay Street scene is near the site of Vanderhorst Row, a three story building believed to be the first apartment house built in America Charleston Post Card Co


Aerial view of the Battery
Title:
Aerial view of the Battery
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
This waterfront where the Ashley and Cooper Rivers meet is the famous Battery, so called since the War of 1812. The southern extremity is lined with distinguished residences and historical homes. The Ft. Sumter Hotel is in the foreground with the steeple of St. Michael's Church and the Cooper River Bridge easily seen in the background



College of Charleston
Title:
College of Charleston
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
Established in 1785, this old college held its first commencement in 1794. It is the first municipal college established in the United States


Base Chapel
Title:
Base Chapel
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
Air Force Base Serving over 1500 Air Force and Navy families, the chapel provides services for all faiths Charleston Post Card Co



Aerial View across the Ashley River
Title:
Aerial View across the Ashley River
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
This panoramic scene shows the Charleston skyline, yacht basins, and medical complex. The skyline is accented by numerous church steeples for which Charleston is renowned


Hurricane Hugo, September 21-22, 1989
Title:
Hurricane Hugo, September 21-22, 1989
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Hurricane Hugo originated September 11, 1989 as a tropical wave off the coast of Africa. Two days later it pounded Puerto Rico and the Caribbean islands and headed straight for the South Carolina coast. During the night and early morning hours of September 21 and 22, the 300 year old city of Charleston, South Carolina was forever changed by the 135 MPH winds that came ashore



St. Michael's Episcopal Church
Title:
St. Michael's Episcopal Church
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Linen unused

Description:
Series 2A-H524 The corner-stone of this church was laid in 1752, and first used for worship in 1761. In 1764 the famous bells and clock were imported from England, and the organ in 1768, part of which is incorporated in the present organ in the church. The bells were seized by Major Traille, as a perquisite of war, and shipped and sold in England, where they were purchased by a former Charleston Merchant, and shipped back again


Lord Ashley Court
Title:
Lord Ashley Court
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
49 modern air-conditioned rooms, tile baths, air foam mattresses, telephones, fresh water swimming pool; On U. S. 17 - 2 1/2 miles south of Charleston, S. C



Camelia motel
Title:
Camelia motel
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome

Description:
U.S. 17 South - 1550 Savannah Hwy.; Phone 766-2311; air-conditioned - swimming pool - near gardens - Ft. Sumter and historical homes - off-season rates. Restaurant adjoining


Lord Ashley Court
Title:
Lord Ashley Court
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
49 Modern Air-Conditioned Rooms, Tile Baths, Air Foam Mattresses, Telephones. Fresh Water Swimming Pool On U.S. 17 - 2 1/2 miles south of Charleston, S.C Dexter Press, Inc



Pringle House
Title:
Pringle House
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Linen PM 1939 Feb-4

Description:
Miles Brewton, Pringle House, a colonial house distinguished for its architecture and history. The house has descended through five generations of the same family. It was the home of Colonel Miles Brewton and of Mrs. Rebecca Motte. It is now open to the public for an admission fee of one dollar. British Headquarters 1780. Federal Headquarters 1864


St. Michael's Church
Title:
St. Michael's Church
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Linen unused

Description:
The corner-stone of this church was laid in 1752 and first used for worship in 1761. In 1764 the famous bells and clock were imported from England, and the organ in 1768, part of which is incorporated in the present organ in the church. The bells were seized by major Traille, as a perquisite of war, and shipped and sold in England, where they were purchased by a former Charleston Merchant, and shipped back again Curt Teich & Co., Inc



St. Finbar's Cathedral
Title:
St. Finbar's Cathedral
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Divided Back PM 1910 Jun-3


Memminger School
Title:
Memminger School
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Divided Back PM 1911 Feb-28



Administration Building at Navy Yard
Title:
Administration Building at Navy Yard
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Divided Back PM 1911 Dec-15


Nathaniel Russell House
Title:
Nathaniel Russell House
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome PM 1964

Description:
On Meeting Street is this splendid example of Post-Colonial architecture, built about 1811. Interesting is the three story octagonal bay on the side and the transomed entrance portal with its elliptical fanlight. Also, the wrought iron balcony at the second-story level bears the monogram of the original owner. Interior decorated in the Adam style, is planned with an oval drawing room and a graceful spiral stairway. Open to the public Charleston Post Card Co



Post Headquarters and Parade Ground, Old Fort Moultrie, Charleston, S.C. T28
Title:
Post Headquarters and Parade Ground, Old Fort Moultrie, Charleston, S.C. T28
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Linen PM Jul-26

Description:
FORT MOULTRIE Fort Moultrie on Sullivan's Island, has figured extensively in history. During the Civil War, the Fort was abandoned, when Charleston Harbor was evacuated in 1865. It is now a modern Coast Artillery Headquarters


St. Michael's Church
Title:
St. Michael's Church
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1907 Aug-08



The Custom House
Title:
The Custom House
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Divided Back PM 1913 Jun-21


Hugenot Church
Title:
Hugenot Church
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1907 Mar-03

Description:
Series 8288



Rugenot Church
Title:
Rugenot Church
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1905 Sep-08

Description:
Series 8288


Fort Sumter Charleston Harbor
Title:
Fort Sumter Charleston Harbor
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Linen unused

Description:
Series 37 12,392 Without knowledge of which and its tragic annals no student of American history is well informed. Plans approved and construction ordered in 1828. Surrendered to the Confederates by Major Anderson at the beginning of the Civil War, 1861.



Yachts Off Battery
Title:
Yachts Off Battery
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Divided Back PM 1924 Dec-01


Holiday Inn, 17 South - P. O. Box 3366
Title:
Holiday Inn, 17 South - P. O. Box 3366
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome PM 1974 Jul-20

Description:
Whether you travel alone or with your family, your enjoyment is always the first consideration of the Holiday Inn 17 South ? of Charleston.



Heart Of Charleston, 200 Meeting St
Title:
Heart Of Charleston, 200 Meeting St
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
Series C-29382 Downtown in the heart of America's most historic city. Convenient walking distance to retail stores, theatres, and most churches.


Lord Ashley Court, U. S. 17 2 1/2 Miles South
Title:
Lord Ashley Court, U. S. 17 2 1/2 Miles South
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome PM 1960 Mar-16

Description:
Series 59366 38 modern, air conditioned rooms. Tile baths, airfoam matters, telephones. Member of Quality Courts United on U. S. 17, 2½ miles south of Charleston, S. C.



Fort Sumter In The Harbor
Title:
Fort Sumter In The Harbor
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Linen unused

Description:
Series D-12 Fort Sumter constructed in 1828. A historic Fort known to all students for its surrender to the confederates by major Anderson of the beginning of the Civil War


The Smyth Gateway On Legare St
Title:
The Smyth Gateway On Legare St
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Linen unused

Description:
Series 10453N Unusual, romantic, intriguing, most historic of American Cities, Charleston is noted for its Old World atmosphere, delicate wrought iron gateways and grilles, and world famed gardens.



In Charleston It's Henry's
Title:
In Charleston It's Henry's
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Linen unused

Description:
Series 9A-H504 Famous For Sea Foods. Just as the Sword Gate in Charleston sets the style in iron gate design so also "In Charleston It's Henry's" for fine food.


St. John's Lutheran Church
Title:
St. John's Lutheran Church
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Divided Back unused

Description:
Series 206,663



Fort Sumter National Monument
Title:
Fort Sumter National Monument
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
A modern museum, built in a remodeled Gunroom of Battery Huger, contains exhibits that relate the history of Fort Sumter. National Park Service.


Middleton Gardens
Title:
Middleton Gardens
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
This view shows the plantation home at the entrance to gardens. These gardens were famous in England before the Revolution. Begun in 1741 they are America's oldest landscaped gardens



Colonial Lake
Title:
Colonial Lake
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
Oleanders bloom beneath beautiful palmettos in this exclusive residential section of south Charleston


East Of High Battery
Title:
East Of High Battery
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome PM 1966 Oct-27

Description:
Some of Charleston's 'single homes' are seen here turning their shoulders to the palmetto lines street to insure the occupants that privacy that is as sacred to the Charlestonian's soul as his ancestors or his rice. The open piazza usually faces south to catch the breeze



Fort Sumter National Monument
Title:
Fort Sumter National Monument
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
Fort Sumter was the scene of the opening battle of the Civil War. After a 36 hour siege the fort, commanded by Major Robert Anderson and his Union troops, surrendered. The Fort was then occupied by the Confederates and remained in their hands until shortly before the end of the war.


Post Office
Title:
Post Office
Charleston South Carolina (SC), White Border unused

Description:
This building was completed in 1896, being an imposing structure of marble situated at the corner of Meeting and Broad Streets opposite St. Michael's Church. Here the United States government takes charge of the Mail.



Pringle House
Title:
Pringle House
Charleston South Carolina (SC), White Border unused

Description:
Built by Miles Brewton in 1765. Distinguished for its architecture and history. The house has descended through five generations of the Same family. British headquarters 1780; Federal headquarters 1864


Pringle House
Title:
Pringle House
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Linen unused

Description:
Built about 1765-1769. "America's Most Historic City" Miles Brewton, Pringle House, a colonial house distinguished for its architecture and history. The house has descended through five generations of the same family. It was the home of Colonel Miles Brewton and of Mrs. Rebecca Motte. It is now open to the public. British Headquarters 1780. Federal Headquarters 1864.



Fort Sumter Hotel
Title:
Fort Sumter Hotel
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Linen unused

Description:
"Charleston's only Waterfront Hotel" Historic forts of Revolutionary and Civil Wars. Forts Johnson, Moultrie and Sumter are visible across the harbor from the Fort Sumter Hotel located on Charleston's famous old Battery.


Hotel Fort Sumter, Foot of King Street
Title:
Hotel Fort Sumter, Foot of King Street
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome PM May-01

Description:
Charlestons only waterfront hotel overlooks harbor and famous fort Sumter, Ashley river and White point Gardens. Air Conditioned. 200 guest rooms. Delightful dining in Rampart Room and River Room. Spacious free parking areas with motorists entrance. - Phone Raymond 3-4516.



Military Exercises Marion Square
Title:
Military Exercises Marion Square
Charleston South Carolina (SC), White Border PM 1943 Dec-08


St. Michaels Church
Title:
St. Michaels Church
Charleston South Carolina (SC), White Border PM 1917 Oct-08



Looking From St. Michael's Steeple
Title:
Looking From St. Michael's Steeple
Charleston South Carolina (SC), White Border unused

Description:
The City of Charleston owes its origin to a party of English Colonists, sent over by the "Lords proprietors." under Col. Williams Sayle in the year of 1669. An extensive grant of lands in America, including the whole of the Carolinas, had been made in 1663, by King Charles II to the "Lords Proprietors,"


Old Oak Tree, Magnolia Cemetery
Title:
Old Oak Tree, Magnolia Cemetery
Charleston South Carolina (SC), White Border unused

Description:
This is one of the oldest Oak Trees is South Carolina, located in Magnolia Cemetery, and visited by thousands of tourists annually.



St. John Hotel & Dining Room
Title:
St. John Hotel & Dining Room
Charleston South Carolina (SC), White Border PM 1931 Mar-23

Description:
Convenient to Everything


A Scene In Beautiful Magnolia Gardens
Title:
A Scene In Beautiful Magnolia Gardens
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome PM 1957 Aug-05

Description:
The true beauty of these gardens can only be appreciated by a visit to them. One of the few spots left in the world where beauty, peace and contentment still prevail.



St. Michael's Church
Title:
St. Michael's Church
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Linen unused

Description:
This is one of the historic churches of America. S. E. corner Meeting and Broad Streets. Cornerstone laid in 1752. The bells and clock brought from England in 1764 and organ in 1768


St. Philip's Episcopal Church
Title:
St. Philip's Episcopal Church
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
Founded 1670, the present edifice is the third building, erected 1835-8. Corinthian columns after the style of St. Martin's in the field, London, dominate this beautiful interior. The arches, springing longitudinally from the square of cornice above each column, rise at their crown to a level of 36 feet and are adorned with cherub's head and wings in stucco; and between the shoulders of the acanthus ornamentation. Altar silver, some older than the discovery of America, is used in the church on special occasions.



Goose Creek Church
Title:
Goose Creek Church
Charleston South Carolina (SC), White Border unused


Fort Sumter National Monument
Title:
Fort Sumter National Monument
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
Fort Sumter was the scene of the opening battle of the Civil War. After a 36 hour siege the fort, commanded by Major Robert Anderson and his Union troops, surrendered. The Fort was then occupied by the Confederates and remained in their hands until shortly before the end of the war.



Cooper River Bridge
Title:
Cooper River Bridge
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome PM 1973 Mar-20

Description:
The twin double-spanned bridges across the Cooper River are over 150 feet high and are among the highest and longest of the world's cantilever type bridges. The Grace memorial bridge is on the left, and the new Pearman memorial bridge (completed 1966) is on the right.


The Battery And Murray Boulevard
Title:
The Battery And Murray Boulevard
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
Originally called White Point Gardens. The Ashley And Cooper Rivers meet here



Along Church Street
Title:
Along Church Street
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
The Dock St. Theater, on left, opened in 1736, is the first building in America designed solely for theatrical purposes and is still in use today. St. Philip's Episcopal Church in background, erected 1835, is one of the most famous landmarks of the city.


Cooper River Bridge
Title:
Cooper River Bridge
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
Often referred to as a "Giant's Roller Coaster". Actually this montrous structure is a masterpiece of modern engineering. Designed by Waddell & Hardesty of New York as a double Cantilever bridge over two separate bodies of water, Town Creek and the Cooper River. Construction began June 1927 and completed August 1929. Built by private capital at a cost of over 6,000,000.00 and bought by S.C. State Highway Dept. in 1946. Total length is over two miles; longest span is 1,050 feet; highest is more than 150 feet above the Cooper River.



Joseph Manigault House
Title:
Joseph Manigault House
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
The Joseph Manigault House is one of the outstanding examples of Adam architecture in America. It was built by Joseph Manigault about 1803, designed by his brother Gabriel, an amateur architect. The house is noted for its classical balance of design. In 1933, the late Princess Pignatelli bought the house and gave it to The Charleston Museum. Open to the public.


Cypress Gardens
Title:
Cypress Gardens
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
Owned and Operated by the City of Charleston, S. C. A boat ride through the dense cypress forest is an unforgettable experience. Framed by huge azaleas, the boat quietly glides over inky waters stained by the tannic acid from the roots of the cypress trees. Over 100 different types of birds may be observed during a spring visit to this nature wonderland.



Exchange Building, East end of Broad St.
Title:
Exchange Building, East end of Broad St.
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
This building has participated in every major conflict America has been involved. Pres. Geo. Washington and James Monroe entertained in this building. 1780 used as British headquarters and prison known as The Provost. 1690 Charleston sea wall known as Half-Moon Battery is excavated and displayed in cellars of buildings. "The Provost" Admission Museum in cellars of the Exchange Building.


South Battery Homes
Title:
South Battery Homes
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
Home on left of Victorian Style, 1775, was the home of the author of "Porgy", Dubose Hayward, and now the residence of his daughter. Center home of Pink Piazzas was built in 1840 by Russell Middleton. It is now the home of Captain Walter T. Hart. Large home, 1845, of Greek Revival Style has one of the handsomest drawing rooms in Charleston and now belongs to Thomas Jefferson Tobias.



Jack Tar Francis Marion Hotel
Title:
Jack Tar Francis Marion Hotel
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
Carolina's Finest - 300 rooms - completely air conditioned - Sugar 'n Spice and Swamp Fox Room for unexcelled dining - Free Parking -TV. In the heart of the theater and shopping district


Middleton Gardens
Title:
Middleton Gardens
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
This view shows the plantation home at the entrance to gardens. These gardens were famous in England before the Revolution. Begun in 1741 they are America's oldest landscaped gardens



St. Phillip's Church And Grave Of John C. Calhoun
Title:
St. Phillip's Church And Grave Of John C. Calhoun
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
A landmark on Church Street, St Phillip's is known as the Mother Parish of the Episcopal Church in S.C. The first building was erected circa 1690, and the present structure 1835-8. John C. Calhoun was twice a United States senator and Vice President of the U.S.


Old St. Andrews
Title:
Old St. Andrews
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
On the Ashley River Road is this old Episcopal Church completed as a cruciform in 1733, burned in 1763, and later rebuilt by popular subscription. The Church, like many others, formerly served as a financial yardstick for its parishioners - the front pews renting higher than the rear ones.



Oldest Church In South Carolina
Title:
Oldest Church In South Carolina
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
St. James' Parish, Goose Creek, was established in 1706 and the building was in 1719. The only church not profaned by the British in the Revolutionary War, possibly because the Royal Arms were allowed to remain over the altar. The Episcopal Church is architecturally one of the finest in the area.


Charleston
Title:
Charleston
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
1. St. Michael's Church - God's Law 2. U.S. Post Office & Court House - Federal Law 3. County Court House - State Law 4. City Hall - City Law 5. City Hall Park



East Of High Battery
Title:
East Of High Battery
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
Some of Charleston's 'single homes' are seen here turning their shoulders to the palmetto lined street to insure the occupants that privacy that is as sacred to the Charlestonian's soul as his ancestors or his rice. The open piazza usually faces south to catch the breeze


Aerial View Of The Cooper River Bridges
Title:
Aerial View Of The Cooper River Bridges
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
View from the Charleston Peninsula looking eastward toward Mt. Pleasant. Drum Island is in left center of picture and docks of the State Ports Authority at right bottom



Annual Sidewalk Exhibition
Title:
Annual Sidewalk Exhibition
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
With favorable weather and an abundance of interesting subjects, artists both young and old find Charleston a veritable paradise in which to pursue their talents. The sidewalk exhibition is sponsored each spring by the Charleston Artist Guild. With the old wrought iron fence of St. Philip's graveyard as a background, hundreds of paintings have delighted thousands of visitors year after year. A quaint, informal array with a European flavor, the show illustrates the variety of subjects available to artists in the Charleston area.


Francis Marion Hotel
Title:
Francis Marion Hotel
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
Overlooking romantic Charleston Bay yet in the heart of downtown shopping, Jack Tar's Francis Marion offers 275 completely air-conditioned, beautifully decorated rooms and suites. The famous Swamp Fox Room provides unexcelled dining and entertainment. Free parking and drive-in TV registration.



St. Michael's Protestant Episcopal Church
Title:
St. Michael's Protestant Episcopal Church
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
The oldest church edifice in Charleston. Cornerstone was laid in 1752 and first services held in 1761. Clock and bells imported from England 1764. British forces took the bells to England as a Revolutionary War prize; later returned by a London merchant. Confederate forces used the steeple as a lookout post. Federal gunners used it as a point of aim during bombardment of 1863 and their shells landing in and around the church destroyed part of this beautiful landmark, Washington, Lee, La Fayette and other notables have worshipped here.


The First Presbyterian Church
Title:
The First Presbyterian Church
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
At Meeting and Tradd Streets is the edifice whose congregation was organized in 1731. Formed by twelve Scottish families, it united with the Presbyterian Church, U.S. in 1882. Present Sanctuary was built in 1814 and has been damaged by earthquake, tornado, hurricane and fire. Its wrought-iron work is notable.



Giant Cooper River Bridges
Title:
Giant Cooper River Bridges
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
Connecting Charleston & Mt. Pleasant, S. C. The 152 foot spans are the older John P. Grace bridge on the right and the newer Silas J. Pearman bridge on the left. View is looking toward Charleston.


Orient Spice Co, 10 Gendron St
Title:
Orient Spice Co, 10 Gendron St
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused



Birds Eye View Of Harbor
Title:
Birds Eye View Of Harbor
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Divided Back unused


St. Michael's Church
Title:
St. Michael's Church
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Divided Back PM 1911 Oct-11



Fort Sumter
Title:
Fort Sumter
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Divided Back PM 1911 Apr-01

Description:
Fort Sumter. - Without knowledge of which and its tragic annual no student of American history is well informed. Plans approved and construction ordered in 1828. Surrendered to the Confederates by Major Anderson at the beginning of the Civil War. 1861


U. S. Custom House
Title:
U. S. Custom House
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Divided Back unused



Washington Square
Title:
Washington Square
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Divided Back unused

Description:
Washington Square. - A little park back of City Hall, contains several monuments; one, erected in 1770, is a statue of William Pitt, Earl of Chatham, who was an ardent advocate of America's cause; also a bronze bust, on a granite pedestal, of Benry Timrod, a poet; and the Confederate monument.


Post Office Showing Park
Title:
Post Office Showing Park
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Divided Back unused

Description:
New Post Office and U. S. Court House showing the Postoffice Park was completed and occupied in 1896. The style of the Architecture is the Italian Renaissance. The whole building is finished in marble and mahagany



Stoll's Alley Shop
Title:
Stoll's Alley Shop
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Divided Back unused

Description:
Church, near water street. There's a bit of the town That you just can't ignore. If you're poking around with intent to explore. Old houses, antiques And a place to get tea - ! You could stay there for weeks And have lots left to see!


Calhoun Monument
Title:
Calhoun Monument
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Divided Back unused



Pringle House
Title:
Pringle House
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Linen unused

Description:
Miles Brewton, Pringles House, a colonial house distinguished for its architecture and history. The house has descended through five generations of the same family. It was the home of Colonel Miles Brewton and of Mrs. Rebecca Motle. It is now open to the public for an admission fee of one dollar. British Headquarters 1780. Federal Headquarters 1864.


St. Michael's Church And Meeting Street
Title:
St. Michael's Church And Meeting Street
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Linen unused

Description:
The corner-stone of this of this church was laid in 1752. and first used for worship in 1761. In 1764 the famous bells and clock were imported from England. And the organ in 1768. part of which is incorporated in the present organ in the church. The bells were seized by Major Traille, as a perquisite of war, and shipped and sold in England, where they were purchased by a former Charleston Merchant, and shipped back again. This is a view looking down Meeting Street. towards the Ashley River.



Yacht Basin
Title:
Yacht Basin
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Linen unused

Description:
The city of Charleston was founded in 1670 and since its earliest days has been a world port. Today it is South Carolina's official state port, has the most modern coal and oil bunkering facilities on the South Atlantic Coast, and has the shortest average sailing distance to the key points of the world of any port on the Atlantic or Gulf Coasts.


Henry's, 54 Market Street
Title:
Henry's, 54 Market Street
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Linen PM 1952 Jul-14

Description:
Just as the Sword Gate in Charleston sets the style in iron gate design so also "In Charleston It's Henry's" for fine food.



Jasper Monument
Title:
Jasper Monument
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Post Card (Undivided Back)


St. Philip's Church
Title:
St. Philip's Church
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1907 Jul-00



St. Philip's Church
Title:
St. Philip's Church
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


Walk In Magnolia Gardens
Title:
Walk In Magnolia Gardens
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1905 Dec-27



Fort Moultric And Grave Of Oceola The Indian Chief
Title:
Fort Moultric And Grave Of Oceola The Indian Chief
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


Michael's Church
Title:
Michael's Church
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Public Library
Title:
Public Library
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


Charleston Hotel
Title:
Charleston Hotel
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Private Mailing Card unused



Pringle House
Title:
Pringle House
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Private Mailing Card unused


The Great Oak In Magnolia Cemetery
Title:
The Great Oak In Magnolia Cemetery
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Linen unused



Historic St. James Church, Goose Creek
Title:
Historic St. James Church, Goose Creek
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Linen unused

Description:
Organized about 1706, built 1711, 21 miles from Charleston, a short distance from Goose Creek Bridge. At the foot of the altar Dr. Francis Le Jau. The founder, is buried. The sides of the altar are ornamented with four Corinthian pilasters. The roof is supported by four Doric columns. Over the large east end window the Royal Arms of England still stand in high relief.


Ashley River Bridge
Title:
Ashley River Bridge
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Linen unused

Description:
A Most magnificent concrete structure. It is a free bridge, a memorial to the World War veterans of the state; designed by a local engineer, cost a million and a quarter dollars.



Country Club Grounds
Title:
Country Club Grounds
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


Fort Moultrie And Rave Of Oceola The Indiana Chief
Title:
Fort Moultrie And Rave Of Oceola The Indiana Chief
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Fort Sumter, Charleston Harbor
Title:
Fort Sumter, Charleston Harbor
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


Fort Moultrie And Grave Of Oceola The Indian Chief
Title:
Fort Moultrie And Grave Of Oceola The Indian Chief
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1907 May-25



The East Battery
Title:
The East Battery
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1909 May-28


Palmettoes On Isle Of Palms
Title:
Palmettoes On Isle Of Palms
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Divided Back unused



The Mills Hyatt House, Meetings & Queen Sts.
Title:
The Mills Hyatt House, Meetings & Queen Sts.
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
Antebellum ambiance and contemporary comforts are joined in this unique hostelry located in the center of Historic Charleston with its wealth of 18th and 19th Century homes, churches and public buldings… walled gardens, parks and beautiful High Battery overlooking the Harbor. A Mobil Five Star Hotel


Murray Boulevard
Title:
Murray Boulevard
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Linen unused

Description:
An excellent example of successful reclamation of land is this extension of the famous White Point Gardens drive. The boulevard is so named for B Murray, whose generosity made a dream. A noble sea wall extends length of the drive, overlooking Charleston harbor.



St. Philip's Episcopal Church
Title:
St. Philip's Episcopal Church
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
Founded 1670, the present edifice is the third building, erected 1835-8. Corinthian columns after the style of St. Martin's in the field, London, dominate this beautiful interior. The arches, springing longitudinally from the square of cornice above each column, rise at their crown to a level of 36 feet and are adorned with cherub's head and wings in stucco; and between the shoulders of the arches, the same material is used for the display of the acanthus ornamentation. Altar silver, some older than the discovery of America, is used in the church on special occasions.


St. Philip's Episcopal Church
Title:
St. Philip's Episcopal Church
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
Founded 1670, the present edifice is the third building, erected 1835-8. Corinthian columns after the style of St. Martin's in the field, London, dominate this beautiful interior. The arches, springing longitudinally from the square of cornice above each column, rise at their crown to a level of 36 feet and are adorned with cherub's head and wings in stucco; and between the shoulders of the arches, the same material is used for the display of the acanthus ornamentation. Altar silver, some older than the discovery of America, is used in the church on special occasions.



St. Michael's Church
Title:
St. Michael's Church
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Linen unused

Description:
This is one of the historic churches of America, cornerstone laid in 1752. The bells and clock were brought form England in 1764 and the organ in 1768. George Washington and Marquis de La Fayette both worshipped in this church on several occasions.


Historic St. James Church, Goose Creek
Title:
Historic St. James Church, Goose Creek
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Linen unused

Description:
Organized about 1706, built 1711, 21 miles from Charleston, a short distance from Goose Creek Bridge. At the foot of the altar Dr. Francis Le Jau, the founder, is buried. The sides of the altar are ornamented with four Corinthian pilasters. The roof is supported by four Doric columns. Over the large east end window the Royal Arms of England still stand in high relief.



Along Church Street
Title:
Along Church Street
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
The dock St. Theater, on left, opened in 1736 is the first building in America designed solely for theatrical purposes and is still in use today. St. Philip's Episcopal Church in background, erected 1835, is one of the most famous landmarks of the city.


Oldest Church In South Carolina Goose Creek Church
Title:
Oldest Church In South Carolina Goose Creek Church
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
St. James Parish, Goose Creek, was established in 1706 and the building was completed in 1719. The only church not profaned by the British in the Revolutionary War, possibly because the Royal arms were allowed to remain over the altar. The Episcopal Church is architecturally one of the finest in the area.



The Huguenot Church
Title:
The Huguenot Church
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome PM 1972 Oct-15

Description:
Dating back to 1681, this pure Gothic edifice takes pride in the distinction of being the only French Protestant church in America which adheres to the exact form of the Huguenot worship and uses the original liturgy. This is the third church on this site with the present structure being remodeled in 1845. White marble tablets adorn the interior walls in memory of the first Huguenot emigrants to America.


The Huguenot Church
Title:
The Huguenot Church
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
Dating back to 1681, this pure Gothic edifice takes pride in the distinction of being the only French Protestant church in America which adheres to the exact form of the Huguenot worship and uses the original liturgy. This is the third church on this site with the present structure being remodeled in 1845. White marble tablets adorn the interior walls in memory of the first Huguenot emigrants to America.



Old St. Andrews
Title:
Old St. Andrews
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome PM 1971 May-22

Description:
On the Asheley River Road is this old Episcopal church completed as a cruciform in 1733, burned in 1763, and later rebuilt by popular subscription. The church, like many others, formerly served as a financial yardstick for its parishioners - the front pews renting higher than the rear ones.


The Marshall Gate, Church Street
Title:
The Marshall Gate, Church Street
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Divided Back unused



The Cathedral Of St. John The Baptist
Title:
The Cathedral Of St. John The Baptist
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Divided Back unused

Description:
The Cathedral of St. John the Baptist. The Roman Catholic Church, known formerly as St. Finbar's Cathedral, was burned down in the great fire of 1861. The new structure, dedicated in 1906, is on the same site and is called the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist.


St. Philip's Church
Title:
St. Philip's Church
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



St. Michael's Church
Title:
St. Michael's Church
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


Charleston
Title:
Charleston
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Real Photo unused



Old Goose Church (Episcopal) Built 1613
Title:
Old Goose Church (Episcopal) Built 1613
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Divided Back PM 1910


Reno Goose Creek Church 1713
Title:
Reno Goose Creek Church 1713
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Divided Back unused



Hugenot Church French Protestant
Title:
Hugenot Church French Protestant
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Divided Back unused


Post Chapel Fort Moultrie
Title:
Post Chapel Fort Moultrie
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Linen unused

Description:
Fort Moultrie on Sullivan's Island, has figured extensively in history. During the Civil War, the Fort was abandoned, when Charleston Harbor was evacuated in 1865. It is now a modern Coast Artillery Headquarters.



Enjoying My Stay In Charleston
Title:
Enjoying My Stay In Charleston
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Linen unused


Old St. Andrews
Title:
Old St. Andrews
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome PM 1964

Description:
On the Ashley River Road is this old Episcopal Church; construction begun in 1706, enlarged as a cruciform in 1723, it is the oldest example of Episcopal architecture in South Carolina. The Church formerly served as a financial yardstick for its parishioners the front pews renting higher than the rear ones. St. Andrews was once the wealthiest parish in the Colonies.



A Walk In Middleton Gardens
Title:
A Walk In Middleton Gardens
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Linen PM 1941

Description:
This is the first formal garden in America, completed in 1750, and contains the tomb of Arthur Middleton, one of the signers of the Declaration of Independence. On its terraces and bordering the beautiful reflection pools, are hundreds o thousands of azaleas and japonica.


Bay View Motor Court
Title:
Bay View Motor Court
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Linen unused

Description:
Just Across Cooper River Bridge on U. S. 17. Nestled amidst Southern pines. Breeze off the Bay. Restaurant next door. Two miles form the ocean strand



East Of High Battery
Title:
East Of High Battery
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome PM 1968

Description:
Some of Charleston's single homes are seen here turning their shoulders to the palmetto lined street to insure the occupants that privacy that is as sacred to the Charlestonian's soul as his ancestors or his race. The open piazza usually faces south to catch the breeze.


Hotel Fort Sumter
Title:
Hotel Fort Sumter
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
Charleston's only waterfront hotel. 200 outside rooms. Completely air conditioned. Rampart Room for your dining pleasure. Spacious free parking areas, with motorists entrance. Located foot of King Street, at Murray Boulevard. Telephone: Raymond 3-4516.



Cathedral Of St. John The Baptist
Title:
Cathedral Of St. John The Baptist
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Linen unused

Description:
Artistically and architecturally is one of the most magnificent buildings in the South. Constructed of brownstone, about 200 feet long from the main entrance to the vestry. From the floor to the apex of roof is 60 feet. The main altar is an exquisite work of Vermont marble and the other altars are of marble. There are fifty leaded stained glass windows from Munich reproducing masterpieces of great artists.


Huguenot And St. Philip's Church, Church Street
Title:
Huguenot And St. Philip's Church, Church Street
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Linen unused

Description:
St. Philip's Church (towards the left of the picture) is one of the oldest churches in America, being first opened for services in 1723. It was the earliest house of worship of the Church of England in the colony of Carolina. Huguenot church (Towards the right) was founded in a colony of French Huguenots, sent to Carolina in 1680, by Charles II of England, to foster the culture of silk, olive and the vine. They were afterwards strengthened by Huguenots who fled from France, at the time of the Edict of Nantes in 1685. This is probably the only church of its kind in America today.



St. Andrew's Paris
Title:
St. Andrew's Paris
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Linen PM 1934

Description:
This church is located in a beautiful Oak grove, laid off in 1696. Original church destroyed by fire and rebuilt in 1706. A fine structure of historical interest.


St. Michael's Church
Title:
St. Michael's Church
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Linen unused



Oldest Church in South Carolina Goose Creek Church
Title:
Oldest Church in South Carolina Goose Creek Church
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
St. James' Parish, Goose Creek, was established in 17063 and the building was completed in 1719. The only Church not profoned by the British in the Revolutionery War possibly because the Royal Arms were allowed to remain over the alter. The Episcopal Church is architecturally one of the finest in the area.


St. Michael's Church
Title:
St. Michael's Church
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
The oldest church edifice in the city of Charleston. The cornerstone of the Episcopal Church was laid in 1752, and in 1761, the church was opened for services. The type of architecture is according to the tradition of Sir Christopher Wren. St. Michael's is one of the few city churches in America that has retained the original design where the services is to be heard and all the worshippers to participate. The clock and bells were imprted from England in 1764.



Ashley River Memorial Bridge
Title:
Ashley River Memorial Bridge
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Linen unused

Description:
The Ashley River Memorial Bridge spanning the Ashley River at Charleston, S. C., forms an important link in the Atlantic Coastal Highway between North Atlantic states and Florida. This bridge, built at a coast of $1,200,000, was dedicated May 6, 1926, to the memory of South Carolina's soldiers dead of the World War. To accommodate the limited navigation of the Ashley River, a double bascule draw of 110 feet is provided. This bridge has been declared by prominent engineering authorities to be one of the most beautiful structures in the United States.


Fort Sumter Hotel
Title:
Fort Sumter Hotel
Charleston South Carolina (SC), Linen unused

Description:
Historic Forts of Revolutionary and Civil Wars, Forts Johnson, Moultrie and Sumter are visible across the harbor from the Fort Sumter Hotel located on Charleston's famous old Battery.



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