In this one-page typed document, Historic Charleston Foundation Director Mrs. S. Henry Edmunds provides a thorough description of 75 Anson Street, The Joseph Legare House, and the accompanying outbuildings, all of which were for sale at the time. Recommended renovations for the property and buildings are included.
This two-page typed document describes a tour of Ansonborough Rehabilitation Project houses, including: 55 Laurens Street, the James Jervey House; 44 Society Street; 42 Society Street; 329 East Bay Street, the Gadsden House; and 332 East Bay Street, the Primerose House. Also includes information about other houses sold in Ansonborough, including 43 Society Street and houses on Laurens and Wentworth Streets.
This three-page typed document describes a tour of Ansonborough Rehabilitation Project houses, including: 42 Society Street; 44 Society Street; 329 East Bay Street, the Gadsden House; 332 East Bay Street, the Primerose House; and 55 Laurens Street, the James Jervey House. Includes information about the Ansonborough Rehabilitation Project committee and its members.
This one-page typed bulletin to the Ansonborough community announces a meeting of the Board of Adjustment to review the proposed multi-family building on the corner of Meeting and George Streets. Historic Charleston Foundation asks for support in opposing the proposed structure.
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.
In this one-page typed document submitted by Samuel G. Stoney, the ownership histories of 328 East Bay Street, 61 Laurens Street, 76 Anson Street, 18 Wentworth Street, and 32 Wentworth Street are discussed.
In this one-page typed letter from B. L. Tucker to Mrs. Henry S. Edmunds, Tucker thanks the Historic Charleston Foundation for their efforts in the Ansonborough neighborhood and provides financial investment information for the renovations at 17 Wentworth Street.
This half-page typed document discusses the Ansonborough Area Rehabilitation Program, the Revolving Fund, and restrictive covenants. The architecture of the Chancognie House at 48 Laurens Street and the home's current owner are also discussed.
In this one-page typed memorandum from Samuel G. Stoney to Historic Charleston Foundation, the history of the property at 32 Society Street is traced back to 1846, when the home on the lot was built. The ownership history of the property is also discussed.
This one-page handwritten document lists several properties in the Ansonborough neighborhood. The document title indicates that the properties listed were under standard covenants with no restrictions on density or use.