Explore Architecture 1938, Carolina Architecture and more!

Explore related topics

Mulberry-Moncks-Corner-buildings-brickwork-SC-South-Carolina-Architecture-1938

Mulberry-Moncks-Corner-buildings-brickwork-SC-South-Carolina-Architecture-1938

Circular-Church-religious-buildings-CongregationalCharleston-South-Carolina-1890

Circular-Church-religious-buildings-CongregationalCharleston-South-Carolina-1890

United-States-Custom-House-buildings-flags-Charleston-South-Carolina-SC-c1900

United-States-Custom-House-buildings-flags-Charleston-South-Carolina-SC-c1900

Naval-stores-buildings-warehouses-Charleston-Navy-Naval-Yard-South-Carolina-1910

Naval-stores-buildings-warehouses-Charleston-Navy-Naval-Yard-South-Carolina-1910

Hotel-Saint-John-resorts-buildings-inn-street-Charleston-South-Carolina-SC-c1905

Hotel-Saint-John-resorts-buildings-inn-street-Charleston-South-Carolina-SC-c1905

8. Old St Andrews Episcopal Church, Charleston. 1938 According to the book "Against All Odds," this old church was established and built in 1706 to serve planters and their slaves along the Ashley River during the heyday of rice and indigo. During the 1800s The Reverend Drayton (yes, of THAT Drayton Hall on the Ashley) was known to minister here and provided sanctuary for freed slaves.

8. Old St Andrews Episcopal Church, Charleston. 1938 According to the book "Against All Odds," this old church was established and built in 1706 to serve planters and their slaves along the Ashley River during the heyday of rice and indigo. During the 1800s The Reverend Drayton (yes, of THAT Drayton Hall on the Ashley) was known to minister here and provided sanctuary for freed slaves.

Pinterest • The world’s catalogue of ideas
Search