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.
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.
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.
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, Historic Charleston Foundation Director Mrs. S. Henry Edmunds provides a thorough description of 75 Anson Street, The Joseph Legare House, and the accompanying outbuildings, all of which were for sale at the time. Recommended renovations for the property and buildings are included.