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SCDOT Photographs - Properties in the Right-of-Way

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US Route 17 Photo 656
US Route 17 Photo 656 House on site affected by the widening of U.S. Route 17. Presumably located in southern Charleston County. Surveyor notations on back of photo: "Dkt.: 10.600. Property owner: R. Arnold Postell. Tract: 14. Station: 610±35 Rt. Date: Sept. 18, 1968." [See collection description for explanation of surveyor notations.]
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State Road 13 Photo 18
State Road 13 Photo 18 Building (industrial use?) on site affected by the widening of State Road 13 (Remount Road). Texaco and Gulf gas stations in background, across street). Surveyor notations on back of photo: "Dkt.: 10.562. Property owner: A.G. Boone Co. Tract: 15. Date: Jul. 12, 1967." [See collection description for explanation of surveyor notations.]
3.
Route 171 Photo 18
Route 171 Photo 18 Building on site affected by the widening of Route 171 (Folly Road). Surveyor notations on back of photo: "Dkt.: 10.494. Property owner: John Harleston. Tract: 62. Station: 195+50 Rt. Date: Mar. 21, 1962. Moving item. [See collection description for explanation of surveyor notations.]
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US Route 17 Photo 639
US Route 17 Photo 639 Lot on site affected by the widening of U.S. Route 17. Presumably located in southern Charleston County. Surveyor notations on back of photo: "Dkt.: 10.600. Property owner: Johnnie Ford. Tract: 1-C. Station: 505± Lt. Date: Sept. 18, 1968." [See collection description for explanation of surveyor notations.]
5.
US Route 17 Photo 640
US Route 17 Photo 640 Lot on site affected by the widening of U.S. Route 17. Presumably located in southern Charleston County. Surveyor notations on back of photo: "Dkt.: 10.600. Property owner: Gas Lines, Inc. & Arthur J. Stark. Tract: 1-A. Station: 506± Lt. Date: Sept. 18, 1968." [See collection description for explanation of surveyor notations.]
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US Route 17 Photo 641
US Route 17 Photo 641 Farm Bureau building, on site affected by the widening of U.S. Route 17. Presumably located in southern Charleston County. Surveyor notations on back of photo: "Dkt.: 10.600. Property owner: Charleston County Farm Bureau. Tract: 2. Station: 507±30 Lt. Date: Sept. 18, 1968." [See collection description for explanation of surveyor notations.]
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US Route 17 Photo 642
US Route 17 Photo 642 Lot on site affected by the widening of U.S. Route 17. Presumably located in southern Charleston County. Surveyor notations on back of photo: "Dkt.: 10.600. Property owner: Fred Stewart. Tract: 1-B. Station: 509± Lt. Date: Sept. 18, 1968." [See collection description for explanation of surveyor notations.]
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US Route 17 Photo 643
US Route 17 Photo 643 Building on site affected by the widening of U.S. Route 17. Tractors and other machinery on lot. Appears to be a dealer of equipment. Presumably located in southern Charleston County. Surveyor notations on back of photo: "Dkt.: 10.600. Property owner: Arthur J. Stark. Tract: 1. Station: 515± - 520± Lt. Date: Sept. 18, 1968." [See collection description for explanation of surveyor notations.]
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US Route 17 Photo 644
US Route 17 Photo 644 Lot on site affected by the widening of U.S. Route 17. Sign posted to tree: This land cleared by Atlantic Land Corp. Presumably located in southern Charleston County. Surveyor notations on back of photo: "Dkt.: 10.600. Property owner: Arthur J. Stark. Tract: 1. Station: 515± Lt. Date: Sept. 18, 1968." [See collection description for explanation of surveyor notations.]
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US Route 17 Photo 645
US Route 17 Photo 645 Shed and/or garage on site affected by the widening of U.S. Route 17. Presumably located in southern Charleston County. Surveyor notations on back of photo: "Dkt.: 10.600. Property owner: Vernon A. Ellis. Tract: 3. Station: 512± - 514± Rt. Date: Sept. 18, 1968." [See collection description for explanation of surveyor notations.]
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US Route 17 Photo 646
US Route 17 Photo 646 Bargain Center Supermarket (side/corner view, rear) on site affected by the widening of U.S. Route 17. Presumably located in southern Charleston County. Surveyor notations on back of photo: "Dkt.: 10.600. Property owner: Vernon A. Ellis. Tract: 3. Station: 512± - 514± Rt. Date: Sept. 18, 1968." [See collection description for explanation of surveyor notations.]
12.
US Route 17 Photo 647
US Route 17 Photo 647 Bargain Center Supermarket on site affected by the widening of U.S. Route 17. Presumably located in southern Charleston County. Surveyor notations on back of photo: "Dkt.: 10.600. Property owner: Vernon A. Ellis. Tract: 3. Station: 512± - 514± Rt. Date: Sept. 18, 1968." [See collection description for explanation of surveyor notations.]
13.
US Route 17 Photo 648
US Route 17 Photo 648 House on site affected by the widening of U.S. Route 17. Presumably located in southern Charleston County. Surveyor notations on back of photo: "Dkt.: 10.600. Property owner: Malsey Lawrence, Estate. Tract: 4. Station: 516±80 Rt. Date: Sept. 18, 1968." [See collection description for explanation of surveyor notations.]
14.
US Route 17 Photo 650
US Route 17 Photo 650 Lot on site affected by the widening of U.S. Route 17. Presumably located in southern Charleston County. Surveyor notations on back of photo: "Dkt.: 10.600. Property owner: Michah Jenkins. Tract: 6. Station: 546± Rt. Date: Sept. 18, 1968." [See collection description for explanation of surveyor notations.]
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US Route 17 Photo 651
US Route 17 Photo 651 Lot on site affected by the widening of U.S. Route 17. Presumably located in southern Charleston County. Surveyor notations on back of photo: "Dkt.: 10.600. Property owner: Dr. T.W. Messervy. Tract: 7. Station: 545± Lt. Date: Sept. 18, 1968." [See collection description for explanation of surveyor notations.]
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US Route 17 Photo 649
US Route 17 Photo 649 Lot on site affected by the widening of U.S. Route 17. Presumably located in southern Charleston County. Surveyor notations on back of photo: "Dkt.: 10.600. Property owner: Lula A. Dickenson, et al. Tract: 5. Station: 525± Lt. & Rt. Date: Sept. 18, 1968." [See collection description for explanation of surveyor notations.]
17.
US Route 17 Photo 652
US Route 17 Photo 652 Lot on site affected by the widening of U.S. Route 17. Presumably located in southern Charleston County. Surveyor notations on back of photo: "Dkt.: 10.600. Property owner: The Summerville Land Corp., Inc. Tract: 8. Station: 570± Rt. Date: Sept. 18, 1968." [See collection description for explanation of surveyor notations.]
18.
US Route 17 Photo 653
US Route 17 Photo 653 Lot and marsh land on site affected by the widening of U.S. Route 17. Presumably located in southern Charleston County. Surveyor notations on back of photo: "Dkt.: 10.600. Property owner: The Summerville Land Corp., Inc. Tract: 8. Station: 570± Rt. Date: Sept. 18, 1968." [See collection description for explanation of surveyor notations.]
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US Route 17 Photo 654
US Route 17 Photo 654 Lot on site affected by the widening of U.S. Route 17. Presumably located in southern Charleston County. Surveyor notations on back of photo: "Dkt.: 10.600. Property owner: McLeod Lumber Co. & E.W. Durant. Tract: 9. Station: 585± Rt. Date: Sept. 18, 1968." [See collection description for explanation of surveyor notations.]
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US Route 17 Photo 655
US Route 17 Photo 655 Lot on site affected by the widening of U.S. Route 17. Presumably located in southern Charleston County. Surveyor notations on back of photo: "Dkt.: 10.600. Property owner: John D. Postell, Sr., Estate. Tract: 12. Station: 605± Rt. Date: Sept. 18, 1968." [See collection description for explanation of surveyor notations.]