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).
Black-and-white photograph of 190-194 Meeting Street, street (west) elevation. 190 Meeting Street [112 North Market] is located at the northeast corner of Meeting and Market Streets. 190 Meeting Street (Hornik Dry Goods & Ready-to-Wear / M. Hornik & Co.) and 194 Meeting Street formerly was the Regular Veterans Association Post 479 building. Front of Market Hall at left.
Black-and-white photograph of 207 Meeting Street, street (front) elevation before its demolition for the construction of Charleston Place (formerly known as Charleston Center). (At the time of this photograph, Its neighbor at 205 Meeting Street had already been demolished.)
Black-and-white photograph of the west side of the 170 block of Meeting Street, looking south from the corner of Market Street. Shows Parson's Gulf Station (181-183 Meeting), Madren Paint Company (177 Meeting Street, 173 Meeting Street, and the Golden Eagle Motor Inn. (Currently the site of the Wells Fargo Banking Center.)