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Charleston Museum Earthquake Photographs

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Tradd Street, Frazer residence
Tradd Street, Frazer residence Caption: 'Cook's Earthquake Views of Charleston and Vicinity. Taken after the 31st of August, 1886. No.134, Dr. Frazer's, Tradd Street.' Charleston city directory for 1886 shows listing for Dr. Henry D. Fraser at 139 Tradd, with offices at 137 Tradd.
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Tradd Street, Kenney residence
Tradd Street, Kenney residence Charleston Earthquake scene. Possibly from Cook's Earthquake Views. No.68, John Kenney, Tradd Street. Charleston city directory for 1886 shows listing for John B. Kenney at 142 Tradd.
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Tradd Street
Tradd Street Caption: 'Cook's Earthquake Views of Charleston and Vicinity. Taken after the 31st of August, 1886. No.41, Corner of Tradd and Friend Streets.'
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Tradd Street, Sinkler residence
Tradd Street, Sinkler residence Caption: 'Cook's Earthquake Views of Charleston and Vicinity. Taken after the 31st of August, 1886. No.69, ______ Sinkler, Tradd Street.'
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Adger's Wharf
Adger's Wharf Caption: 'Cook's Earthquake Views of Charleston and Vicinity. Series No.2. No.159, Storehouses Adger's Wharf.' Charleston city directory for 1886 lists Adger's Wharf as opposite Tradd Street on East Bay.
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East Bay Street
East Bay Street Charleston Earthquake scene. Possibly from Cook's Earthquake views, No.31, Tenement houses on East Bay. Written on front, at bottom: 'Charleston Earthquake scene - house on East Bay near Tradd.' Sign on building at left, reads: 'Ship & Family Groceries' known to be at the corner of East Bay and Queen. Sign on building at right, reads: '65' and possibly 'Sahlmann.' 1886 Charleston city directory lists L. Sahlmann, Hay & Grain, at 83 East Bay.