Map of the Charleston peninsula featuring points of interest. Cover title: Map of Charleston, South Carolina with historic landmarks. Blue and gray historical series, booklet no. 1. Published by Wil-Tuc Advertising Agency. Map measures 17" x 22", folded to 3.75" x 5.75", inside 6.25" x 4" cover.
Map of the Charleston peninsula. Revised in 1879; published by Walker, Evans & Cogswell. Features locations of fire alarm boxes and public buildings, with indexes to each. Presented by A.R. Thomlinson, manufacturer of harness, saddles, bridles, etc., located at 137 Meeting Street. Measures 21.875" x 13.625"
Presents "in a condensed form the historic and interesting points of interest in and near Charleston most sought after by tourists and visitors." Includes "interesting facts about the first churches and congregations; old historic buildings, halls and colleges; historical houses; relics of the old days; queer streets, alleys and lanes; parks, squares, cemeteries." Map of the peninsula includes "a sketch of the resorts and historical points in and around Charleston." Cover title: Guide Book of Historic Charleston and Map. Published by Lanneau's Art Store (Charleston, S.C.). 24 p., 16 cm. + 1 map, 40 x 50 cm. folded to 10 x 14 cm. (Note: paging begins at page 3.)
Guidebook to Charleston, containing a history of Charleston; descriptions of many points of interest; street guide; and map featuring ward boundaries and points of interest. Advertisements interspersed throughout. Published by Walker, Evans & Cogswell. 95 p. : ill., fold. map ; 20 cm.
Map of the Charleston peninsula with historic points of interest identified and noted. Includes a welcome to visitors by Mayor Burnet R. Maybank and a map of "The Garden Club Walk" route. "Released by the Office of Port Development." Measures 16" x 22".
Brief descriptions of points of historic interest in and around Charleston. Maps show landmarks in historic Charleston and also points of interest "on the motor roads and bridle paths near Charleston," including James Island and West Ashley sites. Possibly published by Wecco (Charleston, S.C.) One sheet : ill., maps; 22 x 57 cm. folded to 22 x 10 cm.
Guide to how to reach many places of interest in Charleston by street car. Includes route information, time tables, running times, and a guide map of Charleston with routes highlighted. Published by Southern Printing & Publishing Co. (Charleston, S.C.). 12 p., 16 cm. + 1 map, 19 x 27 cm. folded to 10 x 15 cm.
Travel brochure. Includes brief description of Charleston history, points of interest, hotels, and recreational activities, and a map featuring travel routes to Charleston between Jacksonville, Florida to New York, New York. Designed by Advertising Service Agency and printed by J.J. Furlong & Sons, Charleston, SC. Two sheets : ill., map ; 23 x 41 cm., folded (quartered) to 23 x 10 cm.
Provides local history and information on various sites and points of interest. Also includes advertisements for local businesses, sites, artists, etc., and a map of Charleston (1930). "Winter 1929-30." Published by W.W. De Renne (Savannah, Ga.). 16 p. : ill., map ; 23 cm.
Brochure for the Fort Sumter Hotel [1 King Street]. Includes description and floor plan of the hotel, information about Charleston, and photographs of points of interest. Also includes map showing travel routes to Charleston from Jacksonville, Florida, to New York, New York. "A Colonial Hotel. Jno. S. Cator, Mgr." One sheet : ill., map ; 23 x 41 cm., folded to 23 x 10 cm.
Booklet features "pictures and text arranged in sequence by street on each street, making easy identification of all interesting and historic doorways and gateways." Also includes map of the Charleston peninsula with points of interest indicated. Distributed by Legerton & Company, Inc. (Charleston, S.C.). 43 p. : ill., map ; 22 cm.
Souvenir booklet entitled Glimpses of the South Carolina, Interstate and West Indian Exposition Including Some Characteristic Views of the City of Charleston and Scenes at the Pan-American Exposition Recently Held at Buffalo: 126 Half-tone Pictures and a Map of the Grounds. Booklet contains captioned photographs, including some with descriptive text. Measures 13 x 18 cm. Note: HCF's copy has 40 pages of this publication of which 38 pages are plates (photographs), and is therefore missing several pages based on the physical description in the WorldCat catalog record (128 plates and a folded map).
Descriptions of some points of historic interest in and around Charleston, with suggestions on what to see and how to see it. Illustrated with photographs. Published by Walker, Evans & Cogswell.  p. derived from two folded sheets (1st sheet 23 x 41 cm. folded to 10 x 23 cm.; 2nd sheet 23 x 81 cm. folded to 23 x 10 cm.).
Directory of local businesses of all sorts. Published by Cooke, Howard & Co. (Baltimore, Md.), ca. 1889. Advertisements interspersed throughout, many of which are illustrated. Business types include bakers and confectioners, barbers, blacksmiths, building materials, butchers, contractors and builders, cigars and tobacco, groceries, furniture, hotels, insurance, house furnishings, painters, plumbers, railroad companies, restaurants, sailmakers, tailors, tin roofing, undertakers, wines and liquors, wheelwrights, and others. Also includes listings for municipal and state government, with names of offices and officers; listings of cemeteries, parks, halls, public buildings, and other points of interest; and a street directory that includes boundaries. In addition to an alphabetical index, the business guide is arranged by type. Missing map. 130 p., ill., 18 cm. (Note: Page numbering starts at 4 on the title page verso, after six unnumbered preliminary pages.)