Photograph (scan) of 191 Rutledge Avenue from the corner of Morris Street taken after a fire that occurred in a storage room at the rear of the house. A fire truck is in front of the house where a crowd has gathered.
191 Rutledge was a two-story frame Victorian house that was the home of J.N. (John N.) Peecksen, a successful Charleston grocer, in the early 20th century. The house was demolished in 1968 for the construction of the headquarters of the Charleston Baptist Association and Baptist Student Center. It is now the location of the offices of Charleston Cardiology.