The Resource King Street façade, 1980-1981, (microform)

King Street façade, 1980-1981, (microform)

Label
King Street façade, 1980-1981
Title
King Street façade, 1980-1981
Title variation
  • King Street façade program
  • City of Charleston King St. façade images, 1980-1981
Title variation remainder
photos
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Illustrations
photographs
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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  • Charleston (S.C.)
  • Chambers and Chambers (Firm)
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  • King Street (Charleston, S.C.)
  • Charleston (S.C.)
  • Facades
  • City planning
  • Streetscapes (Urban design)
Label
King Street façade, 1980-1981, (microform)
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Title from film leader
  • Roll no. HIS 2006.001
  • "The King Street Façade program was implemented in 1980 by the City of Charleston to help stimulate the rehabilitation of buildings on King Street between Calhoun and George Streets. The impetus to create the program was based on the inappropriate architectural changes that had been wrought on many of the City's commercial buildings, leading to an overall deterioration in the appearance of downtown. The following photographs and rectified photographs resulted from the King Street Façade program. They show buildings on King Street between Calhoun and Market Street as the appeared at the time (1980 and 1981). In the initial phase of the program (King to George Street), the images were rectified to show what should be done to restore the buildings to their authentic appearance. In the next phase, the buildings from George to Market Street were photographed but not rectified. The images have been arranged in street address order. In the cases in which a rear or side view is included (not a King Street address), the view is included after the King Street (front elevation) view."--Film leader
  • Companion report: King Street facade program
Dimensions
35 mm.
Extent
1 microfilm reel
Form of item
microfilm
Note
Companion report in South Carolina Room at call no. 711.5522 King.
Label
King Street façade, 1980-1981, (microform)
Publication
Note
  • Title from film leader
  • Roll no. HIS 2006.001
  • "The King Street Façade program was implemented in 1980 by the City of Charleston to help stimulate the rehabilitation of buildings on King Street between Calhoun and George Streets. The impetus to create the program was based on the inappropriate architectural changes that had been wrought on many of the City's commercial buildings, leading to an overall deterioration in the appearance of downtown. The following photographs and rectified photographs resulted from the King Street Façade program. They show buildings on King Street between Calhoun and Market Street as the appeared at the time (1980 and 1981). In the initial phase of the program (King to George Street), the images were rectified to show what should be done to restore the buildings to their authentic appearance. In the next phase, the buildings from George to Market Street were photographed but not rectified. The images have been arranged in street address order. In the cases in which a rear or side view is included (not a King Street address), the view is included after the King Street (front elevation) view."--Film leader
  • Companion report: King Street facade program
Dimensions
35 mm.
Extent
1 microfilm reel
Form of item
microfilm
Note
Companion report in South Carolina Room at call no. 711.5522 King.

Library Locations

    • Charleston County Public Library - MainBorrow it
      68 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC, 29401, US
      32.7883294 -79.9309573
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