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Photography Collection

1 Tradd Street Before, During, and After Renovation

Description

Twenty-seven B&W photographs (scans) of 1 Tradd Street before, during, and after renovation, 1927-1928. Also includes two additional color photographs of the view across the street, ca. 2005. According to an article published in the News & Courier (March, 1942), the building served as an automobile shop before Punnett purchased and remodeled the storefront to suit residential purposes.

1: Looking east across East Bay Street street from 1 Tradd. Small portion of South Adger's Wharf visible at left. Mailbox in foreground. (See #28-29.)

2: Looking south on East Bay Street from ca. 75 East Bay Street. Portion of Vanderhorst Row (76-80 East Bay) visible at left and Missroon House in background. Sign for "Peter Balzano [Battery Store] Ice, Drinks, Fruit, Cigars" in foreground [75 East Bay Street?].

3: East Bay Street elevation of 1 Tradd Street [77 East Bay Street?] before renovation, with storefront intact. Portion of neighboring building visible.

4: Northeast corner of 1 Tradd Street showing East Bay Street elevation [77 East Bay Street?], with storefront intact, and scaffolding on Tradd Street side of building.

5: Northeast corner of 1 Tradd Street showing East Bay Street elevation [77 East Bay Street?], with storefront intact.

6: East Bay Street elevation of 1 Tradd Street [77 East Bay Street?] before renovation, with storefront intact. Southwest corner somewhat visible. Portion of house on north side of Tradd Street (6 Tradd?) in background (see #18).

7: Northeast corner of 1 Tradd Street during renovation, and neighboring building [75 East Bay Street?] and edge of 79-81 East Bay Street. Workmen in front of Tradd Street elevation.

8: Northeast corner of 1 Tradd Street after storefront has been bricked in. Neighboring Tradd Street houses in background. Cars parked on Tradd Street.

9: East Bay Street elevation of 1 Tradd Street [77 East Bay Street?] after storefront has been bricked in, and houses on the north side of Tradd Street (6 Tradd, 8-10 Tradd, 12 Tradd). Cars parked on Tradd Street. Sign for A.H. Fischer Co. Lumber posted on front of building.

10: Lower portion of northeast elevation (looking south on East Bay Street) after storefront has been bricked in. Workman leans against window. Neighboring (to south) buildings also visible.

11: Workman (mason) laying brick on Tradd Street (north) facade.

12: Demolition at rear of building.

13: Northwest corner of building showing demolition at rear of building. Portion of 3 Tradd Street at left with car parked in front.

14: Northwest corner of building showing rear facade intact during demolition.

15: Tradd Street elevation (north). Boy peering in window.

16: Wrought iron balcony railing on ground before installation, across the street from South Adger's Wharf buildings.

17: Northeast corner of 1 Tradd Street after renovation; balcony installed. Street appears to be flooded.

18: East elevation (front) of 1 Tradd Street after renovation; balcony installed. Street appears to be flooded. Portion of house on north side of Tradd Street (6 Tradd?) in background (see #6).

19: Tradd Street (north) elevation after renovation.

20: Northwest elevation after renovation.

21: Tradd Street entrance and doorway after renovation.

22: Tradd Street (north) elevation after renovation.

23: Newly constructed garden wall, Tradd Street.

24: View of garden wall, garden entrance, and rear door from inside the garden area.

25: View of garden wall and rear door from inside the garden area.

26: View of garden wall, garden entrance, from inside the garden area. Portion of building on north side of Tradd Street in background.

27: Laura Gertrude Roosevelt Punnett and dog standing at doorway.

28-29: Color photographs, ca.2005, looking east across the street from 1 Tradd. (See #1.)