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U. S. Post Office Building, Broad & Meeting Streets, Charleston, Charleston County, SC

U. S. Post Office Building, Broad & Meeting Streets, Charleston, Charleston County, SC



Significance: A Federal building representative of the late 19th century. Office space, filling in central core, constructed recently. There is some similarity to Spanish models such as the Palace of the Counts of Monterrey at Salamanca and the Alcazar at Toledo. This building was erected about 1890.
Survey number: HABS SC-293
Building/structure dates: ca. 1890 Initial Construction
National Register of Historic Places NRIS Number: 74001835



Historic American Buildings Survey, creator


Charleston, South Carolina, United States32.80066, -79.94333
Google Map of 32.8006598, -79.94332639999999


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