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King Street
Caption: 'Cook's Earthquake Views of Charleston and Vicinity. Taken after the 31st of August, 1886. No.93, No.11 King Street.' Written on front, at bottom: 'Charleston Earthquake scene - Private residence on King St. near South Battery.'
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King Street
Charleston Earthquake Scene. Written on image: 'Ruins King St.'
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King Street
Caption: 'Cook's Earthquake Views of Charleston and Vicinity. Taken after the 31st of August, 1886. No.42, House in King Street.'
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Jail
Caption: 'Charleston Earthquake. Photographs by Dr. E.P. Howland, taken on his visit to Charleston and the earthquake region of Ten Mile Hill and Summerville. Over 150 Photographs were taken. Charleston Jail and cracked wall, unsafe and condemned.'
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Courthouse, City Hall and Fireproof Building
Caption: 'Cook's Earthquake Views of Charleston and Vicinity. Taken after the 31st of August, 1886. No.36, Court House, City Hall, and Fireproof Building.'
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21 King Street
Charleston Earthquake scene. Sign at bottom of image: 'Mr. August Melm's room, 21 King Street.' Also, written on front, at bottom: 'Earthquake - Charleston S.C. 1886.' Charleston city directory for 1886 lists August Melm, a local attorney, as boarding at 21 King Street.
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Private residence, interior
Caption: 'Cook's Earthquake Views of Charleston and Vicinity. Series No.2. No.155, Interior of a private house.'
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Medical College, Dissecting Room
Caption: 'Cook's Earthquake Views of Charleston and Vicinity. Taken after the 31st of August, 1886. No.123, Dissecting Room Medical College.'
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Goose Creek Church
Handwritten at bottom, front: 'Goose Creek Church.'
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Charleston Hotel
Charleston Earthquake scene. Possibly a copy of No.11 of Cook's Earthquake Views. Shows damage to the Charleston Hotel, demolished in 1960, which stood at 200 Meeting Street. 'Charleston Hotel, Hayne & Pinckney' is typewritten onto the image. Hayne and Pinckney Streets were two of the boundary streets that surrounded the hotel.