Charleston, South Carolina, Clyde Line Steamer in the Harbor, c1904

Though railroads had become the dominant player in the transportation industry by the beginning of the 20th century, ocean-faring steamships remained a popular conveyance, particularly for vacationers along the Atlantic coast. Charleston became an important stop on the Clyde Line�s route between Jacksonville, Florida, and New York City. Steamships like the Arapahoe would dock for refueling and resupply while through-passengers enjoyed the city�s restaurants and hotels.

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Charleston, South Carolina, Clyde Line Steamer in the Harbor, c1904

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