Historic Charleston Foundation's, "An Architectural Guide to Charleston, South Carolina, 1700-1900,' written in manuscript form by Albert Simons, F. A. I. A., and W. H. Johnson, compiled by Historic Charleston Foundation, discussing structures from the Colonial Period (1700-1775), Post Revolutionary Period (1782-1820), Ante-Bellum Period (1820-1860), and Post Civil War Period (1865-1900).
Hand-drawn and color-coded map of Ansonborough indicating properties purchased by HCF, restored by HCF, for sale by HCF, restored privately, and other distinctive antebellum houses. Created to illustrate HCF’s Ansonborough Rehabilitation Project.
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
This letter from Edmunds to Ansonborough residents asks those opposed to the granting of a beer and wine license to a business on Hasell near Meeting to appear at a hearing at the County Court House on December 4, 1964. Includes a December 2, 1964, reply from the Tax Commission stating that the letter will be made part of the file in the matter.