Charleston, South Carolina, Looking West up Broad Street, c1910

Comprised of federal, state, local and religious facilities, Charleston�s so-called �Four Corners of Law� at the intersection of Meeting and Broad streets defined much of the city�s early development. Prominent citizens set up residences south of the intersection, and the east was largely turned over to harbor facilities. The northern neighborhoods hosted fine and import retail establishments, while the west was home to domestic merchants and craftspeople.


Charleston, South Carolina, Looking West up Broad Street, c1910

Historic Pictoric | Item# 101298__HPCHS

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