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.
View of rooftops of Hasell Street area between Maiden Lane and Anson Street. Buildings in image include Trinity Methodist Episcopal Church and the U.S. Customs House. Page 31, Photo 1 of collection. 3.5" x 3.5" B/W photograph.
Black-and-white photograph of the view east on Hasell Street from the C. B. Prentiss & Co. Customer Parking Lot and 95 Hasell Street (St. Mary’s Roman Catholic Church). 87 Hasell and 85 Hasell also in view at left.
Photograph of the wreckage of the Calvary Baptist Church, an African-American church demolished by the tornado of September 29, 1938. Located at the corner of Sumter Street and Ashley Avenue; address may have been 387 Sumter Street. Handwritten on back of photo: "Old Negro church on Sumter Street, corner of Ashley Avenue. This was done by second tornado that hit 2 miles from the other one. Sept. 29, 1938."
Photograph of First Scots Presbyterian Church [57 Meeting Street] after the tornadoes of September 29, 1938, showing the damage done to the building. The Nathaniel Russell House can be seen in the background. Cars are parked on the street in front of the church.
Photograph of St. Michael's Church after the first tornado of September 29, 1938, showing the damage done to the roof. Handwritten on back of photo: "Old historic St. Michael's Church, corner Broad Street and Meeting Street. Done by first tornado, Sept. 29, '38."