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V. GOTHIC REVIVAL 1830-1900

 

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

1. Eyebrows

2. Pointed Arches

3. Stone Tracery

4. Finials

5. Crenellation

6. Buttresses

FEATURED BUILDING: FRENCH HUGENOT CHURCH 136 CHURCH ST. c.1844


Other Notable Gothic Revival Buildings in Charleston


37 John St. Tower Depot c.1849

County Jail 21 Magazine St. c.1856

13 Franklin St. c.1850

Miles Brewton Carriage House 27 King St. c.1825

Kitchen House 116 Broad St. c.1853

20 Franklin St. c.1833

289 Meeting St. c.1870

192 Queen St. c.1850

100 Wentworth St. c.1847

Unitarian Church 6 Archdale St. c.1772 remodeled 1856.  (photo by Ron Anton Rocz)


ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

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

Artists:

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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