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21. The interior of the same house at 46 Tradd Street in Charleston.

The interior of the same house at 46 Tradd Street in Charleston.

John Rutledge House Inn, Charleston, South Carolina. Built in 1763 by John Rutledge, a signer of the US Constitution.

I can't believe we're staying here too! 116 Broad Street, John Rutledge House, Charleston, South Carolina: 1853 ironwork by Christopher Werner

Charleston, South Carolina, circa 1920. "Street scene with horse and wagon." 4x5 inch nitrate negative by Arnold Genthe.

Charleston, South Carolina, circa “Street scene with horse and wagon.” inch nitrate negative by Arnold Genthe (via Shorpy Historical Photo Archive :: Gaslight Alley:

The O'Connor House in Charleston, SC at the end of the Civil War. The realities of war sometimes get lost in the black-and-whiteness of these pictures.

Another view of the O'Connor House at 180 Broad Street in downtown Charleston, SC ~ This picture, along with all the other 1865 pictures on this board, was taken at the close of the Civil War in 1865

Civil War Photo - Houses on the Battery - Charleston, SC 1865

Civil War Photo - Houses on the Battery - Charleston, SC 1865 My great grandpa Stafford was a civil war vet.

plantation homes

This picture represents a theme in "So that's just one of my losses" which was poor housing. It was very cramped and crowded. The people had a hard time living because at times there was no running water or light.

Street scene, Charleston, South Carolina

The juxtaposition of the sign outside one of Charleston's well known brothels make us love this photo even more!

14. Chalmers Street in Charleston.

These 19 Houses In South Carolina From The 1930s Will Open Your Eyes To A Different Time

Chalmers Street in Charleston.

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