Landmarks of "America's Most Historic City," Charleston South Carolina, Focal Point of Tourist Travel by Rail, Road and Water

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    The Lure of Charleston the Historic... TOURIST AND CONVENTION BUREAU CHAMBER. OF COMMERCE: CHARLESTON. S.C.
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    The compilers of the classic collection known as "The Georgian Period" filled a whole portfolio, and part of another, with the Colonial treasures in and around Charleston. Architecture grows with the ages. Climate, soil, and temperament build like the coral. To be truly good the structure must be spontaneous, a vital record of the genius of a people whose thoughts and deeds deserve a record. The Low Country's culture, wealth, soft climate, and wonderful natural beauty, developed a type so distinct and varied that it has been said that the American architect who has not seen it is incompletely educated. Here was a life of high romantic vigor. A lofty and devoted genius aave it unique expression. Do you go miles out of your way to see one good Colonial building ? lt is a common-place, here,
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Title:
Landmarks of "America's Most Historic City," Charleston South Carolina, Focal Point of Tourist Travel by Rail, Road and Water
Creator:
Wilson, M. B.
Date:
1926
Description:
Map of the Charleston peninsula featuring points of interest. Cover title: Map of Charleston, South Carolina with historic landmarks. Blue and gray historical series, booklet no. 1. Published by Wil-Tuc Advertising Agency. Map measures 17" x 22", folded to 3.75" x 5.75", inside 6.25" x 4" cover.
Collection:
Historic Charleston Foundation Monographs and Photographs
Contributing Institution:
Margaretta Childs Archives at Historic Charleston Foundation
Media Type:
Maps
Geographic Subject:
Charleston (S.C.)--Maps, Tourist
Shelving Locator:
2008.005.5
S.C. County:
Charleston County (S.C.)
Material Type:
image/jpeg
Digitization Specifications:
300 ppi, 24-bit depth color, HP Scanjet 4890. Archival Masters are tiffs.
Copyright Status Statement:
Digital image copyright 2010, Historic Charleston Foundation. All rights reserved. For more information contact Margaretta Childs Archives at HCF, P.O. Box 1120, Charleston, SC 29402.