Old Connelley Funeral Home, built 1894 in Charleston (A0019138)

Old Connelley Funeral Home, built 1894 in Charleston (A0019138)

Old Connelley Funeral Home, built 1894 in Charleston

The Bennett Rice Mill, Charleston SC, circa 1845. The facade was saved and is considered one of the finest examples of 19th century American industrial architecture. Photo by Marvin Preston. Join Citizens For Historic Preservation in saving local history before it is lost forever. citizensforhistoricpreservation.org

The Bennett Rice Mill façade stands at the center of the S. State Ports Authority's Union Pier Terminal in downtown Charleston . The mill, which opened in is considered one of the finest examples of 19 th century American industrial architecture.

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.

l-e-v:    John Ashe House on South Battery, Charleston SC | Flickr

The Colonel John Alenon Sydney Ashe House, 26 South Battery. Built in 1853 by wealthy planter, banker, and politician.

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