Sections entitled "Charleston and the Tourist," "Charleston as a Convention City," "Charleston Harbor and Tidal Rivers," and "A Glimpse of Historic Charleston." The "glimpse" includes descriptions of various points of interest, beginning with historic old churches. Illustrated with photographs of The Battery, the Broad Street post office [81-83 Broad Street], Colonial Lake, City Hall Park (Washington Square Park), and the Calhoun Monument at Marion Square.
Result found on the following page of: Souvenir of Charleston: With the Compliments of Riddock & Byrns, Proprietors, Charleston Hotel
Sections entitled "What to See and How to See It," featuring five-minute walks from St. Michael's, hour rides from St. Michael's, motor runs from St. Michael's, how to enjoy a day, how to enjoy a week, and how to enjoy a winter. Illustrated with photographs of Union Station [44 Columbus Street, lost], City Hall [80 Broad Street], the German Club building [287-289 Meeting Street], the Y.M.C.A. building, the Elks Club building [54 Wentworth Street], the Yacht Club [50 East Bay Street], Charleston Club [7 Meeting Street], the Commercial Club and Chamber of Commerce [101 Meeting Street, lost], the Custom House [200 East Bay Street], the transport Prairie in dry dock, Admiral Dewey's flagship, and submarines and torpedo boats.
Result found on the following page of: The Charm of Old Charleston: A New World City of Old World Memories (White Pine Series of Architectural Monographs, vol. 14, no. 2)