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 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.
Advertisement for Ansonborough homes for sale in the News and Courier. Homes advertised include 66 Anson Street, 76 Anson Street, 40 Society Street, 18 Wentworth Street, 32 Wentworth Street, and 311 East Bay Street.
Six maps conveying plans to beautify Ansonborough, showing the footprints of buildings and annotated to indicate the status of buildings, traffic flow, and scenarios that would result from the Ansonborough Rehabilitation Project.
Map of Ansonborough showing Meeting Street, King Street, Hasell Street, Maiden Street, Old Church Street, Bay Street, and others. A small piece of paper taped to the back reads: "Kindness of: Mr. Gedney M. Howe."