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III. FEDERAL 1790-1820


1. Decorative Bands (Ums and Swags)

2. Balustrade

3. Elliptical Fan Light

4. Low Pitched Roof

5. Belt Course

6. Ironwork Balconies

7. Spiral Stair

8. Bowed Projection or End

9. Geometric Rooms: Square

10. Oval

11. Rectangle


Other Notable Federal Buildings in Charleston

Joseph Manigault House 350 Meeting St. c.1803 

Blacklock House 18 Bull St. c.1800 

City Hall 80 Broad St. c.1800 

68 Broad St. c.1796 

286 Calhoun St. c.1809

77 Church St. c.1815 

St. Philip's Rectory Church St. c.1807

301 East Bay c.1816 

329 East Bay c.1800 

14 George St. c.1797 

6 Gibbes St. c.1806 

73 King St. c.1820 

456 King St. c.1811

14 Legare St. c.1800 

18 Meeting St. c.1803 

286 Meeting St. c.1807 


Information and images from the poster: ARCHITECTURE: STYLES OF HISTORIC CHARLESTON.

A cooperative education project by the Historic Charleston Foundation and Drayton Hall, a property of the National Trust for Historic Preservation.

Project Design & Coordinator: Meggett B. Lavin, Curator, Drayton Hall

Consultant: Jonathan Poston, Director of Preservation Programs, Historic Charleston Foundation


Stephen A. Smith, AIA. Falls Church, Virginia

Ricardo J. Viera, University of Florida Graduate Program, Architecture

Linwood R. King, Savannah College of Art and Design

Lori S. Smith, University of Florida

© Copyright 1988, 1990 Historic Charleston Foundation and the National Trust for Historic Preservation

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