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Photography Collection

Alexander Peronneau Tenements (141-145 Tenements) a/k/a Pirate House

Description

Six photographs and five postcards (scans) of the Alexander Peronneau Tenements (141-145 Church Street).

a: 141-145 Church Street, street (front) elevation. Two men stand by doorway of 141 Church Street. Written on verso of photo: Pirate Houses - Church Street - March 1, 1927.

b: 143-145 Church Street, street (front) elevation.

c-e: Courtyard of 143-145 Church Street. Written on verso of photo: February 18, 1930. St. Philip's Church visible in background of photo c.

f: Looking south on Church Street showing the north elevation of 143-145 Church Street. Photo album page annotation: Pirate House before renovation.

g: Postcard of courtyard of Pirate House.

h: Postcard of courtyard of Pirate House. Published by Lanneau's Art Store, The Albertype Co. (Brooklyn, NY).

i: Postcard of courtyard of Pirate House. Photo album page annotation: Courtyard of the Pirate House - Wootten-Moulton, 721-6.

j: Postcard of courtyard of Pirate House. Published by Lanneau's Art Store, The Albertype Co. (Brooklyn, NY).

k: Postcard of 141-145 Church Street (Alexander Peronneau Tenements). Published by Lanneau's Art Store, The Albertype Co. (Brooklyn, NY).

Item Details

Object ID: 2011.015.57a-k
Creator: Johnson, George W., 1858-1934
Date: ca. 1920
Subjects:
African American Men
Courtyards
Historic Buildings--South Carolina--Charleston
Men