This one-page typed bulletin to the Ansonborough community announces a meeting of the Board of Adjustment to review the proposed multi-family building on the corner of Meeting and George Streets. Historic Charleston Foundation asks for support in opposing the proposed structure.
This two-page typed document, with notes, provides information regarding covenants on properties formerly under the ownership of Historic Charleston Foundation in order to establish trends for use restrictions in the Ansonborough neighborhood.
In this one-page typed letter, Edmunds expresses her regret that the O'Hears will be leaving Ansonborough, but says she is grateful for their early participation in the rehabilitation efforts in the neighborhood, and approves of the sale to Ewing.
In this one-page typed letter, Bates writes on behalf of Eve K. Snedeker, who is purchasing the property at 32 Wentworth Street from W. Newton Morris. He advises Historic Charleston Foundation of the sale, and requests the execution of a quit-claim deed.
In this one-page, handwritten Letter, O'Hear writes to notify Historic Charleston Foundation that she plans to sell her home at 48 Laurens Street. She writes that Betty Hanahan appraised her home for $110,000.
In this one-page typed letter, Edmunds expresses regret that the O'Hears plan to leave Ansonborough, and expresses her hope that they find a suitable buyer. Edmunds also explains that per the restrictive covenants, O'Hear must contact Historic Charleston Foundation when a sale is imminent.
In this one-page typed letter, Edmunds permits Boyd to sell his home at 59 Society Street to R. Scott Hood. She expresses regret that Boyd is leaving Ansonborough, but thanks him for finding a nice family to live in his home.
In this one-page typed letter, Boyd writes to inform Edmunds that he has received an offer from R. Scott Hood for his home at 59 Society Street. Boyd asks for permission to proceed with the sale, per Section 3 of the Ansonborough restrictive covenants.
In this letter, Edmunds informs McCully that Historic Charleston Foundation has read McCully's letter about a tree on Dr. George Dunn's lot, and advises McCully to discuss it with Dunn in a friendly manner, rather than involving HCF.
In this letter, Doran informs Chapman, Director of Department of Traffic and Transportation, that Historic Charleston Foundation will not oppose the efforts of the Historic Ansonborough Neighborhood Association to place neighborhood identification on street markers.
In this letter, Doran informs Thornhill, president of Historic Charleston Foundation, that the Ansonborough Association endorses Joseph H. McGee's plan for developing a park at the corner of East Bay and Wentworth Streets.
Memorandum lists number of properties in Ansonborough within these categories: owner occupied (79), income producing rental properties (37), church or government owned (12), commercial (4), and miscellaneous or unrestored and empty (3).
In this two-page letter, McIntosh asks for Edmunds' assistance with a list of Ansonborough properties in unsatisfactory condition. These properties include 8 Alexander Street, 50 Laurens Street, 3 Wall Street, the N.W. corner of Wall and Laurens Streets, 51 Laurens Street, 4 George Street, 60 Society Street, 62 Society Street, 49 Society Street, 51 Society Street, 20 Wentworth Street, 52 Anson Street, 45 Hasell Street, 75 Anson Street, 43 Laurens Street
In this one-page typed letter, Raynor informs Spell that a sample sign for Ansonborough has been placed. He expresses his disappointment with the sign, and suggests that they contact Historic Charleston Foundation before continuing with the sign's installation.
in this letter, Stevenson thanks Ehni for his letter informing him of the formation of the Historic Ansonborough Neighborhood Association and expresses his interest in working with the association in the future.
This two-page typed document provides a progress report on properties in the Ansonborough neighborhood owned by Historic Charleston Foundation and an estimate of the financial investment made in the area.
In this one-page typed bulletin, Green discusses the ownership and occupancy histories of 42 Anson Street; 44 Anson Street; 46 Anson Street; 48 Anson Street; and 50 Anson Street. Also focuses on Martin Dowd's properties in Charleston, including 53 Tradd Street.