This four-page brochure includes background information on the Ansonborough Rehabilitation Project and Revolving Fund, photographs and information about Ansonborough homes, and a map of Ansonborough. Homes listed include 40 Society Street; 42 Society Street; 44 Society Street; 56 Society Street; 66 Anson Street; 63 Anson Street; 71 Anson Street; 72 Anson Street; 55 Laurens Street; 48 Laurens Street; 332 East Bay Street; and 329 East Bay Street.
This one-page typed document discusses the historical background and describes the architecture of the building at 48 Hasell Street, St. Johannes Lutheran Church. The unknown writer references Beatrice Ravenel's book, The Architects of Charleston.
This half-page typed document discusses the Ansonborough Area Rehabilitation Program, the Revolving Fund, and restrictive covenants. The architecture of the Chancognie House at 48 Laurens Street and the home's current owner are also discussed.
Advertisement for Ansonborough homes for sale in the News and Courier. Homes advertised include 61 Laurens Street, 22 Wentworth Street, 32 Society Street, 45 Hasell Street, 34 Anson Street, 5 George Street, 38 Anson Street, 24 Wentworth Street, and 74 Anson Street.
This four-page brochure includes background information on the Ansonborough Rehabilitation Project and Revolving Fund, photographs and information about Ansonborough homes, and a map of Ansonborough. Homes listed include 40 Society Street; 42 Society Street; 44 Society Street; 56 Society Street; 66 Anson Street; 63 Anson Street; 71 Anson Street; 72 Anson Street; 55 Laurens Street; 48 Laurens Street; 332 East Bay Street; and 329 East Bay Street. Also includes a note on the first page that Historic Charleston Foundation has purchased an additional three houses, 8, 10, and 12 Wentworth Street, bringing the total number of purchased or donated properties in Ansonborough to 25.
Provided on the front of this two-sided typed document is information regarding the property on the city block between Calhoun, Meeting, George, and King Streets. A small piece of paper taped to the back reads: "Kindness of: Mr. Gedney M. Howe."
This two-page typed document provides information for numerous Ansonborough properties, including the owner of the property before Historic Charleston Foundation, to whom the property was sold by Historic Charleston Foundation, and the date of sales.
One-page typed document including historical and architectural information for 50 Laurens Street; 48 Hasell Street, St. Johannes Lutheran Church; and 54 Hasell Street, former home of Colonel William Rhett. St. Katharine's Convent is written in as the fourth property with no accompanying information.
In this one-page typed document eight houses and gardens are added to the walking tour through the Ansonborough Neighborhood: 19 Wentworth Street, 57 Anson Street, 46 Society Street,43 Society Street, 63 Anson Street, 75 Anson Street, and 79 Anson Street. An approximate date of when the buildings on the property were built, as well as ownership information, is included.
Provided on the front of this two-sided typed document is information regarding the property at the East end of Calhoun Street, known as Gadsden's Wharf. The land ownership is traced back to 1696 under Issac Mazyck. Land development beginning in 1746 under Captain George Anson is also discussed, including the construction of a canal and wharf in Charleston. Changes in street names since the city's early days are also mentioned. A small piece of paper taped to the back reads: "Kindness of: Mr. Gedney M. Howe."
This one-page handwritten document lists numerous properties in the Ansonborough neighborhood on Anson Street, Laurens Street, Society Street, Wentworth Street, and East Bay Street. Informational headings for properties include: date acquired, date sold, purchase price, Foundation Improvements, selling price, purchaser's improvements, and owner.
This four-page typed document provides ownership information for properties of interest to Historic Charleston Foundation. Specific categories for properties include spaces outside the Ansonborough neighborhood, in the rental endowment or Gadsden Complex, properties held for sale, properties in the process of being sold to Historic Charleston Foundation, properties being considered for purchase, properties near an area designated as the Auditorium Fringe, properties on Alexander Street, and properties on George Street.
This three-page typed document includes a table providing information for numerous Ansonborough properties. The properties are organized by street, which include Hasell Street, Wentworth Street, Society Street, Laurens Street, Anson Street, and George Street. Informational categories include ownership, Historic Charleston Foundation's involvement with the property, number of improved living units at the property, and financial investments in the property.
In this two-sided typed document, numerous properties and their owners are listed. Properties are organized by street in the Ansonborough neighborhood. This document also includes notes on front and back regarding specific renovations and costs associated with the properties.
This one-page typed document provides a real estate statement for Historic Charleston Foundations bought, sold, and improved living units, a financial statement for investments in the Ansonborough neighborhood, investments and income in the properties under rental endowment, and improvements and on Wentworth Street.
This two-page, front and back, handwritten document includes notes for various properties on Anson Street, Hasell Street, Wentworth Street, and George Street. It appears that these notes indicate the property owners.
Meeting minutes from the Ansonborough Project Group. Topics discussed include finances, advertising plans, and sales signs for Ansonborough properties, including 63 Anson Street, 64 Anson Street, 72 Anson Street, 42 Society Street, 44 Society Street, 48 Laurens Street, and 56 Society Street.
This one-page handwritten document lists several properties in the Ansonborough neighborhood. The document title indicates that the properties listed were under standard covenants with no restrictions on density or use.
This four-page typed questionnaire was intended for organizations benefitting from the Historic Charleston's Ansonborough Rehabilitation Project Revolving Fund. Question topics include: Loan request process; administration and policy for funds provided, including policies for historic preservation; use of funds; and results. handwritten notes also appear on the document.
A four-page typed document chronicling the history of the Ansonborough property from 1696 with Isaac Mazyck's Propietary Grant through the segmentation of the property beginning in 1759 through a purchase in 1904. The development of the various streets in the Ansonborough area and the building of houses is also discussed.