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Stoll's Alley

This quaint brick paved passage was named for Justinus Stoll, a blacksmith, who is thought to have built his home at No. 7 Stoll's Alley, c. 1745. The street was a run down slum in 1927, and has been rehabilitated.
("Streets of Charleston"; Stoney, This Is Charleston , p. 99)