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College of Charleston Photographs

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121.
St. Philips Church
St. Philips Church View of the steeple of St. Philips Episcopal Church, 146 Church St. Photograph appeared in the 1971 comet.
122.
St. Philip Street
St. Philip Street View of one of the College-owned houses at 15-19 St. Philip St. These former tenements were built circa 1859 by John Riggs, founder of Charleston's streetcar system.
123.
St. Philip Street
St. Philip Street View of St. Philip Street looking south from George St. Houses on left no longer extant.
124.
St. Philip Street
St. Philip Street View looking south down St. Philip Street near intersection with Green Way.
125.
St. Philip Street
St. Philip Street Photograph of parking lot on east side of St. Philip St. near intersection of Green St. Most of site in foreground is now part of the Albert Simons Center. Signs for Rhodes Furniture and Gloria Parkway visible. Wall surrounding cistern on back right.
126.
St. Philip Street
St. Philip Street View of College-owned houses at 15, 17 and 19 St. Philip St. These former tenements were built circa 1859 by John Riggs, founder of Charleston's streetcar system.
127.
St. Philip Street
St. Philip Street St. Philip St. near Calhoun looking south. Randolph Hall visible in background. Lot on right is future site of Maybank Hall.
128.
Sottile House
Sottile House Photograph of rear yard of the Wilson-Sottile House, 11 College Way, before renovation. This Queen Anne style home was built in 1891 by Charleston entrepreneur Samuel Wilson and was later owned by James Sottile, Albert Sottile and Albert's daughter, Mrs. J. C. Long. The College acquired the mansion in 1964. Side of Knox-Lesesne House visible in background.
129.
Sottile House
Sottile House Photograph of the Wilson-Sottile House, 11 College Way, before renovation. This Queen Anne style home was built in 1891 by Charleston entrepreneur Samuel Wilson and was later owned by James Sottile, Albert Sottile and Albert's daughter, Mrs. J. C. Long. The College acquired the mansion in 1964.
130.
Sottile House
Sottile House Photograph of students sitting on an interior staircase in the Wilson-Sottile House, 11 College Way. This Queen Anne style home was built in 1891 by Charleston entrepreneur Samuel Wilson and was later owned by James Sottile, Albert Sottile and Albert's daughter, Mrs. J. C. Long. The College acquired the mansion in 1964.
131.
Sottile House
Sottile House Photograph of a chandelier inside the Wilson-Sottile House, 11 College Way. This Queen Anne style home was built in 1891 by Charleston entrepreneur Samuel Wilson and was later owned by James Sottile, Albert Sottile and Albert's daughter, Mrs. J. C. Long. The College acquired the mansion in 1964.
132.
Sottile House
Sottile House Photograph of the Wilson-Sottile House, 11 College Way. This Queen Anne style home was built in 1891 by Charleston entrepreneur Samuel Wilson and was later owned by James Sottile, Albert Sottile and Albert's daughter, Mrs. J. C. Long. The College acquired the mansion in 1964.
133.
Sottile House
Sottile House Close-up of oval window on the Wilson-Sottile House, 11 College Way. This Queen Anne style home was built in 1891 by Charleston entrepreneur Samuel Wilson and was later owned by James Sottile, Albert Sottile and Albert's daughter, Mrs. J. C. Long. The College acquired the mansion in 1964.
134.
Sottile House
Sottile House Photograph of students on the porch of the Wilson-Sottile House, 11 College Way. This Queen Anne style home was built in 1891 by Charleston entrepreneur Samuel Wilson and was later owned by James Sottile, Albert Sottile and Albert's daughter, Mrs. J. C. Long. The College acquired the mansion in 1964.
135.
Sottile House
Sottile House Rooftop view of the Wilson-Sottile House, 11 College Way. This Queen Anne style home was built in 1891 by Charleston entrepreneur Samuel Wilson and was later owned by James Sottile, Albert Sottile and Albert's daughter, Mrs. J. C. Long. The College acquired the mansion in 1964.
136.
Sottile House
Sottile House Photograph of the Wilson-Sottile House, 11 College Way. This Queen Anne style home was built in 1891 by Charleston entrepreneur Samuel Wilson and was later owned by James Sottile, Albert Sottile and Albert's daughter, Mrs. J. C. Long. The College acquired the mansion in 1964.
137.
Sottile House
Sottile House Photograph of stairway inside the Wilson-Sottile House, 11 College Way. This Queen Anne style home was built in 1891 by Charleston entrepreneur Samuel Wilson and was later owned by James Sottile, Albert Sottile and Albert's daughter, Mrs. J. C. Long. The College acquired the mansion in 1964.
138.
Sottile House
Sottile House Photograph of the Wilson-Sottile House, 11 College Way. This Queen Anne style home was built in 1891 by Charleston entrepreneur Samuel Wilson and was later owned by James Sottile, Albert Sottile and Albert's daughter, Mrs. J. C. Long. The College acquired the mansion in 1964.
139.
Sottile House
Sottile House Photograph of the Wilson-Sottile House, 11 College Way. This Queen Anne style home was built in 1891 by Charleston entrepreneur Samuel Wilson and was later owned by James Sottile, Albert Sottile and Albert's daughter, Mrs. J. C. Long. The College acquired the mansion in 1964.
140.
Sottile House
Sottile House Photograph of the Wilson-Sottile House, 11 College Way. This Queen Anne style home was built in 1891 by Charleston entrepreneur Samuel Wilson and was later owned by James Sottile, Albert Sottile and Albert's daughter, Mrs. J. C. Long. The College acquired the mansion in 1964.
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