Businesses located at the northeast corner of East Bay Street and Vernon Street: Milbren's Laundry and Dry Cleaning (334 East Bay Street) and Fort Sumter Paper Co. (336 East Bay Street), since demolished.
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.)
Photograph of the I.M. Pearlstine Building (203 East Bay Street), located on the southwest corner of East Bay Street and Street, after the tornado of September 29, 1938, showing the damage done to the building. Also shows 205 East Bay Street, located on the northwest corner of East Bay and Cumberland. "Bay City" heavy equipment vehicle (excavator?) parked in front of building. Pedestrian and a street worker walking on the sidewalk; repairman on the utility pole on the street corner.
Four B&W photographs of buildings on the west side of King Street, including 213 King and 215 King, demolished for the construction of Majestic Square: Top left (211-215): 211-213 King (Palmetto Hotel) and 215 King Street (Stephan's); Top right: 197 King Street; Bottom left 193-197: 193 King Street (Colonial Antique Shop), 195 King Street, and 197 King Street; Bottom right (191-197): 191 King Street (Birlant Antiques), 193 King Street, 195 King Street, 197 King Street.
Three B&W photographs of buildings on the west side of King Street, demolished for the construction of Majestic Square: Top left: 223 King Street (Ocean Grill); Top right: 221 King Street (photograph is missing); Bottom left (219-223): 219 King Street (Rice Bros.), 221 King Street, and 223 King Street (Ocean Grill); Bottom right (217-219): 217 King Street and 219 King Street (Rice Bros.).
Two B&W photographs of buildings on the east side of King Street, both demolished for the construction of Charleston Place: Left (224-226): 224 King Street and 226 King Street (Ritz Hotel); Right: 222 King Street (Copa Lounge) (northeast corner of King and Market).
Four B&W photographs of buildings on the east side of King Street, including some that were demolished for the construction of Charleston Place: Top left (244-246): 244 Coastal Finance Loans and 246 King Street (The Linen Shop) demolished; Top right: 238-242 King Street (J.C. Penney Company) ? demolished; Bottom left (226-230): 226 King Street (Ritz [Hotel]), 228 King Street (Little Town), and 230 King Street demolished; Bottom right: 316 King Street (Rosalie Meyers) [labeled 318 on album page].
Black-and-white photograph of 85 Hasell Street (Mary Hawkins [dress shop]), street (front) elevation. To its left is an arched entry connecting 83 Hasell to 85, with the sign "Lion's Head." Building was demolished for the Hasell Street entry to Charleston Place and its parking garage.
Black-and-white photograph of the view looking north across what was the location of Belk Department Store and parking lot (232 King Street), now the site of Charleston Place (formerly known as Charleston Center). Shows the southeast elevation of 238-242 King Street.
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).
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.)
Black-and-white photograph of the east side of Meeting Street looking south to from Market Street down to Cumberland Street. Shows 182 Meeting Street (First Citizens Bank), 172 Meeting Street, and other buildings since demolished.
Black-and-white photograph of 238-242 King Street (previously the Hotel Calhoun) and 244 King Street (Annette Sandburg Antiques), street (front) elevation. Now the site of Charleston Place. Street sign for the intersection of Beaufain and King in foreground.
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 east side of the 240 block of Meeting Street, from a parking lot at the corner of Meeting and Hasell Streets and showing 246 Meeting Street (Anderson Electric Co.). 248 Meeting, 250 Meeting, and 252 Meeting. Southwest elevations of 66 Hasell Street and 64 Hasell Street visible at right. (246-250 Meeting is currently a parking lot.)
Black-and-white photograph of the west side of King Street below Market Street, starting from the southwest corner of King Street and Market Street. South Carolina Federal Savings & Loan (221 King Street) in foreground. Also shown are 219 King Street, 217 King Street, 215 King Street, and 213 King Street. (Currently the site of Majestic Square.)