Charleston, South Carolina, City Hall, c1938

Built in 1804, today�s City Hall initially served as a branch of The First Bank of the United States until 1811. The building became City Hall in 1818, and its red brick was covered with stucco in 1882, a common practice in 19th-century America employed to protect building exteriors. Stucco was also added to older buildings to convey a sense of importance.


Charleston, South Carolina, City Hall, c1938

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