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The Lost Architecture: March 2019 Edition

Posted: April 4, 2019

March’s Name That Lost Building featured 41 Bee Street. There’s no history for this building in HCF’s Archives. What is known is that it was located at the southeast corner of Bee and President streets. It was demolished sometime in the mid- to late-1960s for the construction of the Vince Moseley Diagnostic Clinic (MUSC) that opened in June 1967. (News & Courier and Evening Post advertisements and public notices accessed via the database “America’s News—Historical and Current”–Charleston County Public Library website; Sanborn Maps accessed via the database “Fire Insurance Maps Online”—Charleston County Public Library website.)



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