Purpose and Objects of the Community Development Council for the Metropolitan Area of Charleston, S.C. And the membership list for the Architectural Survey Committee. ("Committee appointed 1940" handwritten on document.)
Memorandum to the Committee (Homer Pace, E. Milby Burton, John Mead Howells, Sidney J. Rittenberg, Albert Simons, Alice R. Huger Smith, Samuel G. Stoney, Robert N.S. Whitelaw) written by Robert N.S. Whitelaw (Mar. 1, 1940) regarding the discussion of Frederick Law Olmsted's preliminary reports ("Central Considerations" and "Inventory"; see Folder 8), which led to the suggestion that index cards be used to conduct a preliminary architectural inventory.
Looking north on Church Street from Chalmers Street. Features buildings on the west side of the street: 127 Church, 129 Church, 131 Church, and the Dock Street Theater). Also in view are buildings on the east side of the street: 18 Chalmers Street, 132 Church Street, and St. Philip's Church). Cars are parked on the street.
Letter to Robert N.S. Whitelaw from Frederick Law Olmsted (Feb. 12, 1940) enclosing draft "Central Considerations" that completes the "Inventory" section, and informing Whitelaw that subsequent sections on zoning, parking, and traffic, will be delayed.