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.
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.
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).
This one-page typed document lists several streets in Ansonborough alongside types of trees. These notes are from Alicia Rudolf's meeting with a Mr. Burroughs of the City Parks Department in the summer of 1967.