This one-page typed document provides information for Historic Charleston Foundation's progress in five years, specifically in the areas of houses purchased, living units improved, investments in the rehabilitation efforts, and properties in the rental endowment.
Letter from Edmunds to Wragg encouraging Wragg and other Ansonborough residents to contact Father Friend, the Mayor, and the City Engineer's office about the ruins of the Catholic Church on Wentworth Street.
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.
A one-page typed letter from Mrs. S. Henry Edmunds, Director of Historic Charleston Foundation, in response to a letter from Mr. Alan B. Anson, descendant of Admiral Lord Anson, providing historical information about the neighborhood.
In this letter, Doran informs Chapman, Director of Department of Traffic and Transportation, that Historic Charleston Foundation will not oppose the efforts of the Historic Ansonborough Neighborhood Association to place neighborhood identification on street markers.
This four-page brochure includes background information on the Ansonborough Rehabilitation Project and Revolving Fund, photographs and information about Ansonborough homes, and a map of Ansonborough. Homes listed include 40 Society Street; 42 Society Street; 44 Society Street; 56 Society Street; 66 Anson Street; 63 Anson Street; 71 Anson Street; 72 Anson Street; 55 Laurens Street; 48 Laurens Street; 332 East Bay Street; and 329 East Bay Street.