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In Old Charleston Beadons Alley, Charleston 2 works by Elizabeth ONeill Verner

In Old Charleston Beadons Alley, Charleston 2 works by Elizabeth ONeill Verner

An undated map showing the city of Charleston, South Carolina, in 1775.

Hand-drawn map in watercolor and ink, titled: Early Map of Lower Portion of Charleston About The Year by Annie Sloan, Charleston Museum

Elizabeth O'Neill Verner

Elizabeth O'Neill Verner

1906 Post Card of East Broad Street showing the Old Exchange and Provost Dungeon in the distance. which used to be the post office from

Charleston

Charleston at the turn of the century. Love the trolleys on Broad Street.

Pineapple Gates, Charleston by Elizabeth O'Neill Verner

View Pineapple Gates, Charleston by Elizabeth ONeill Verner on artnet. Browse upcoming and past auction lots by Elizabeth ONeill Verner.

Shorpy print, circa 1910. Posted on Facebook by Henry Horres Jr. Over the Charleston rooftops toward East Bay Street. Smokestack was from a cotton press on Longitude Lane. Pic probably taken from St. Michael's steeple.

Charleston, In the harbor you see Castle Pinckney, a POW camp in the Civil War. The structure intrigued me when I was in Charleston, though today it lies in ruins.

Ravenel doorway, Charleston by Elizabeth ONeill Verner

Ravenel doorway, Charleston by Elizabeth ONeill Verner

Elizabeth O'Neill Verner : Lot 150

Elizabeth O'Neill Verner : Lot 150

Bit of Legare Street, Charleston by Elizabeth ONeill Verner

Bit of Legare Street, Charleston by Elizabeth ONeill Verner

Old Gateway, Charleston by Elizabeth ONeill Verner

Old Gateway, Charleston by Elizabeth ONeill Verner

Sword gates, Charleston by Elizabeth ONeill Verner

Sword gates, Charleston by Elizabeth ONeill Verner

Pink house, Chalmers street Charleston by Elizabeth ONeill Verner

Pink house, Chalmers street Charleston by Elizabeth ONeill Verner

St. Philips Gateway, Charleston by Elizabeth ONeill Verner

Philips Gateway, Charleston by Elizabeth ONeill Verner

SNOW DAY in Charleston! Marion Square from King and Calhoun Streets, photographed by Dr. Franklin Frost Sams. Possibly 1899. Charleston Museum

SNOW DAY in Charleston! Marion Square from King and Calhoun Streets, photographed by Dr. Possibly Charleston Museum

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