Postcard of the Custom House in Charleston. Back of postcard reads: "Built in 1850. Building is of White Marble of the Roman-Corinthian style of architecture. It houses a number of Government Bureaus. Located on the Cooper River."
Postcard shows four images of the public buildings located on all corners of the intersection of Meeting Street and Broad Street. Back of postcard reads: "Called by the late Robert Ripley as a 'Believe It or Not' Corner of Four Laws St. Michael's Church, 1752, Law of God. City Hall, second oldest in United States, built 1801, Law of the City. County Court House, erected in 1792 on the foundations of first South Carolina State House, Law of the State. United States Post Office, 1896, Law of the Country. Unique, four laws together at one intersection, as noted by Robert Ripley, a frequent visitor to Charleston, 'America's Most HIstoric City'."
Chamber of Commerce in Charleston, S.C. Back of postcard reads: "The oldest Chamber of Commerce in the United States. Founded in 1773. The building was erected in 1784. Used as a bank, then a library, and later by the Charleston Chamber of Commerce."