Edmunds traces the ownership history of the land plats encompassing 70 Anson Street to 1804 under Henry Laurens, when it was sold to Jacint Laval. Subsequent sales in 1805, 1819, 1831, and 1835 are also discussed.
Result found on the following page of: Rebirth of Ansonborough
Introduction of a three-year fundraising campaign by Historic Charleston Foundation to complete the Ansonbrough Rehabilitation Project and begin additional rehabilitation projects in other neighborhoods.
Result found on the following page of: Ansonborough Neighborhood Tour
Provides historical background, architectural descriptions, and summary of rehabilitation efforts for 60 Hasell Street and 58 Hasell Street. Includes walking directions from Hasell Street to Maiden Lane and Anson Street. Includes information on Charleston's development, subsequent deterioration, and areas of focus on the peninsula by Historic Charleston Foundation.
Result found on the following page of: Anson-Society Street Rehabilitation
Information about the "Homes Association Residential Subdivision" program, including the nature and purpose of the program, who can apply, contact information, printed information available, authorizing legislation, and administering agency.