This newsletter from the Preservation Society of Charleston provides an update on the Plantation House at the Navy Yard; the Lining House; the Primrose House; the Gadsden House; 42 Society Street; 48 Laurens Street; 179 Rutledge Avenue; 6 Chalmers Street, the Old Slave Mart; 72 Tradd Street; and 1 Pitt Street.
This six-page typed and illustrated newsletter for the Preservation Society of Charleston discusses Historic Charleston Foundation plans to launch fundraising efforts for its Ansonborough Rehabilitation Project Revolving Fund. Reports donations, issues with upcoming rehabilitation efforts, issues with parking in the Ansonborough area, and community opinions on the project.
This newsletter features reports regarding preservation of properties along the Cooper River waterfront, a report regarding the use of the Revolving Fund, a message from the Preservation Society of Charleston, a membership form, and a meeting notice. Photographs are included.
This twelve-page typed document is a draft of material used for fundraising efforts by Historic Charleston Foundation, using the success of the Ansonborough Rehabilitation Project as an example of work accomplished by the Foundation.
A six-page typed letter from S. Henry Edmunds to Ben Scott Whaley, with one small insert detailing the sender, recipient, and date of the letter in front of the letter. Edmunds details the history of the properties of 70 and 72 Anson Street.
This 13-page typed document details information about the Ansonborough neighborhood, specific properties within it, and Historic Charleston Foundation's fundraising efforts to be used for its rehabilitation.
In this one-page typed memorandum from Samuel G. Stoney to Historic Charleston Foundation, the history of the property at 32 Society Street is traced back to 1846, when the home on the lot was built. The ownership history of the property is also discussed.
This one-page typed bulletin to the Ansonborough community announces a meeting of the Board of Adjustment to review the proposed multi-family building on the corner of Meeting and George Streets. Historic Charleston Foundation asks for support in opposing the proposed structure.
In this one-page typed letter from B. L. Tucker to Mrs. Henry S. Edmunds, Tucker thanks the Historic Charleston Foundation for their efforts in the Ansonborough neighborhood and provides financial investment information for the renovations at 17 Wentworth Street.