Four B&W photographs of buildings on the east side of King Street: Top left (368-370): 368 King Street (Club 400) (demolished for parking lot) and 270 King Street (World Finance Corp.); Top right: 362-364 King Street (Kaybee); Bottom left (354-356): 354 King Street and 356 King Street (White House Grocery); Bottom right (344-348): 344 King Street (Clark Clothier), 346 King Street, and 348 King Street (American Arcade - American Mortgage Co.)
256 Meeting Street (William Gayer Carriage Factory) as a Goodyear Tire service center, before rehabilitation with a reconstructed façade. Located at the southeast corner of Meeting Street and Wentworth Street.
Three B&W photographs and one color photograph of buildings on the west side of King Street: Top left (319-325): 319 King Street (Bob Ellis Shoe Store), 321 King Street, 323 King Street (LeRoy's Jewelry Co.), and 325 King Street (Thom McAn); Top right: 315 King Street (Jean Meyers); Bottom left: 309-311 King Street (color photograph); Bottom right: 297 King Street (National Shirt Shop) (Arcade Theater sign on corner of building).
Four photographs of buildings on the east side of King Street (both color and B&W): Top left (316-320): 316 King Street (316-Rosalie Meyers) and 320 King Street (Evelyn Rubin); Top right (304-308): 304 King Street (Leroy's Jewelry Co.), 306 King Street (China Hall) and 308 King Street (Croghan's Jewel Box/The New Shoe Factory) (color photograph); Bottom left: 306 King Street (China Hall) (color photograph); Bottom right (294-296): 294 King Street (Haverty's) and 296 King Street (Levy's) (B&W photograph).
Four B&W photographs of buildings on the west side of King Street: Top left: 381 King Street (Felder's Rexall Drugs); Top right (367-369): 367 (Convertino's One Hour Cleaning) and 369 King Street (Lesser's Credit Jewelers); Bottom left (369-371): 369 King Street (Lesser's Credit Jewelers) and upper left portion of 371 King Street; Bottom right (341-343): 341 King Street (C.W. Kessler's) and 343 King Street (Askew's Clothiers).
Four photographs of buildings on the east side of King Street (both color and B&W): Top left: 290 King Street (Annette's Blue Gown) (color photograph); Top right: 286 King Street (Hunley's Drugs) (color photograph); Bottom left (282-284): 282 King Street (Raley's Cafeteria) and 284 King Street (Citizens & Southern National Bank) (B&W photograph); Bottom right: 278 King Street (French Boot Shop) (B&W photograph).
Three B&W photographs of buildings on the west side of King Street: Top left (337-339): 337 King Street (King's Restaurant) and 339 King Street (Fox Hi-Fi); Top right (331-335): 331 King Street, 333 King Street, and 335 King Street (Lesser-Tanenbaum); Bottom left (327-329): 327 King Street (Barton's Candy Card & Gift Shop) and 329 (Gloria Theater).
View looking east on Market Street from the junction of King Street and Market, showing the parking lot where Belk Department Store once was (left) and 220 King Street (Blue Knight Gallery) (right) down to Market Hall (distance). Meeting Street elevation of the Arnold-Hornik Building (112 North Market) also in distance. "Sold" sign on fence surrounding the lot, which is now the site of Charleston Place / Charleston Center.