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3. Front Cover-Verso: Guide Map to Tours of Charleston's Historic Houses

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4. Cover

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5. Front Cover

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6. Page 37: No. 13 - Mrs. William Heyward's House, 31 Legare Street, c. 1789, cont'd

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7. Page 41: No. 15 - Joseph Winthrop's House, 129 Tradd Street, c. 1797, cont'd

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8. Page 44: No.17 - Timothy Ford's House, 54 Meeting Street, c. 1800

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9. Page 39: No. 14 - James Shoolbred's House, 2 Ladson Street, c. 1792, cont'd

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10. Page 40: No. 15 - Joseph Winthrop's House, 129 Tradd Street, c. 1797

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11. Page 43: No. 16 - The Harth-Middleton House, 68 South Battery, c. 1797, cont'd

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12. Page 38: No. 14 - James Shoolbred's House, 2 Ladson Street, c. 1792

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13. Page 42: No. 16 - The Harth-Middleton House, 68 South Battery, c. 1797

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14. Page 45: No. 17 - Timothy Ford's House, 54 Meeting Street, c. 1800, cont'd

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16. Page 8: "How Charleston Happened" by Samuel Gaillard Stoney.

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17. Page 6: "The English Tradition" by Albert Simons

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18. Page 3: "The Historic Charleston Foundation" by C. Bissell Jenkins, Jr., cont'd

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20. Page 5: "The Tours Headquarters, 94 Church Street, c. 1759"

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21. Page 7: "The English Tradition" by Albert Simons, cont'd

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22. Page 4: "The Tours"

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23. Page 1: Aerial View of Charleston

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24. Page 66: Advertisements, cont'd

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25. Page 65: Advertisements, cont'd

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26. Page 68: Advertisements, cont'd

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27. Page 69, Back Cover-Verso: Advertisements, cont'd

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28. Page 67: Advertisements, cont'd

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29. Page 64: Advertisements, cont'd

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30. Page 26: No. 8 - Thomas Legare's House, 90 Church Street, c. 1760

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31. Page 24: No. 7 - Branford-Horry House, 59 Meeting Street, c. 1751

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32. Page 22: No. 6 - William Hendricks' Buildings, 83 Church Street, c. 1749

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34. Page 23: No. 6 - William Hendricks' Buildings, 83 Church Street, c. 1749, cont'd

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35. Page 21: No. 5 - Capers-Huger Smith House, 69 Church Street, c. 1745, cont'd

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36. Page 27: No. 8 - Thomas Legare's House, 90 Church Street, c. 1760, cont'd

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37. Page 20: No. 5 - Capers-Huger Smith House, 69 Church Street, c. 1745

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38. Page 25: No. 7 - Branford-Horry House, 59 Meeting Street, c. 1751, cont'd

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39. Page 55: Advertising Directory

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40. Page 59: Advertisements, cont'd

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41. Page 57: Advertisements, cont'd

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42. Page 62: Advertisements, cont'd

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43. Page 58: Advertisements, cont'd

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44. Page 61: Advertisements, cont'd

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45. Page 56: Advertisements

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46. Page 63: Advertisements, cont'd

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47. Page 60: Advertisements, cont'd

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49. Page 17: No. 3 - Mrs. Anne Boone's House, 47 East Bay Street, c. 1740, cont'd

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50. Page 13: No. 1 - Thomas Rose's House, 59 Church Street, c. 1735, cont'd

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51. Page 18: No. 4 - Colonel Othniel Beale's House, 101 East Bay Street, c. 1740

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52. Page 15: No. 2 - George Eveleigh's House, 39 Church Street, c. 1738, cont'd

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53. Page 14: No. 2 - George Eveleigh's House, 39 Church Street, c. 1738

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54. Page 12: No. 1 - Thomas Rose's House, 59 Church Street, c. 1735

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55. Page 16: No. 3 - Mrs. Anne Boone's House, 47 East Bay Street, c. 1740

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57. Page 51: No. 20 - William Mason Smith's House, 26 Meeting Street, c. 1822, cont'd

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58. Page 46: No.18 - Captain John Morrison's House, 125 Tradd Street, c. 1807

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59. Page 54: "The Tours Committee"

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60. Page 52: No. 21 - Mrs. Jane Wightman's House, 36 Chalmers Street, c. 1840

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61. Page 49: No. 19 - Ashley Hall, 172 Rutledge Avenue, c. 1816, cont'd

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62. Page 48: No. 19 - Ashley Hall, 172 Rutledge Avenue, c. 1816

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63. Page 50: No. 20 - William Mason Smith's House, 26 Meeting Street, c. 1822

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65. Page 47: No.18 - Captain John Morrison's House, 125 Tradd Street, c. 1807, cont'd

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66. Page 29: No. 9 - Philip Porcher's House, 19 Archdale Street, c. 1765, cont'd

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67. Page 33: No. 11 - Young-Johnson House, 35 Church Street, c. 1780, cont'd

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68. Page 36: No. 13 - Mrs. William Heyward's House, 31 Legare Street, c. 1789

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69. Page 34: No. 12 - William Gibbes' House, 64 South Battery, c. 1772

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70. Page 31: No. 10 - Colonel Isaac Motte's House, 30 Meeting Street, c. 1769, cont'd

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71. Page 32: No. 11 - Young-Johnson House, 35 Church Street, c. 1780

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72. Page 28: No. 9 - Philip Porcher's House, 19 Archdale Street, c. 1765

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73. Page 35: No. 12 - William Gibbes' House, 64 South Battery, c. 1772, cont'd

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74. Page 30: No. 10 - Colonel Isaac Motte's House, 30 Meeting Street, c. 1769