One of three black-and-white photographs of the side elevations of (possibly) 87 Hasell Street and its neighbor to the east at the time, 85 Hasell Street (gone). (87 Hasell Street currently borders the Hasell Street entry to Charleston Place and its parking garage.)
Two B&W photographs of buildings on the west side of King Street: Left (159-161): 159 King Street (Hildebrands) and 161 King Street; Right (201-203): 201 King Street (Castanes Grocery) and 203 King Street (later demolished for the construction of Victoria Center).
One of three black-and-white photographs of the structures at the rear of 238-242 King Street up to the rear of the buildings at about 199-203 Meeting Street, bordering what was the northern boundary of the Belk parking lot, and on the site where Charleston Center would be constructed.
Four B&W photographs of buildings on the east side of King Street: Top left (368-370): 368 King Street (Club 400) (demolished for parking lot) and 270 King Street (World Finance Corp.); Top right: 362-364 King Street (Kaybee); Bottom left (354-356): 354 King Street and 356 King Street (White House Grocery); Bottom right (344-348): 344 King Street (Clark Clothier), 346 King Street, and 348 King Street (American Arcade - American Mortgage Co.)
Black-and-white photograph of 131 Market Street (Boswick's Auto Service), corner view of building (northeast elevation). Now the site of the entrance to a parking lot. Billboard for Historic Savannah posted on side of building.
Photograph of the Sing Lee Laundry (133 King Street) after the tornadoes of September 29, 1938, showing the damage done to the building. Signs for the Robbins Bros. Circus (on Sept. 26) are posted in the windows.