Creator Bull, Elias Ball. 
Berkeley-Charleston-Dorchester Council of Governments. Historic Preservation Planner.
Date 1970–1981
Physical description 13 linear feet
Preferred Citation [Identification of the Specific Item], Records of the Historic Preservation Planner, Berkeley-Charleston-Dorchester Council of Governments, 1970–1981, Charleston Archive, Charleston County Public Library, Charleston, SC.
Repository The Charleston Archive, Charleston County Public Library. 68 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC 29401.
Compiled By Processed 2005, N. Butler.
Access to materials Collection is open for research.
Subject Headings Historic buildings--South Carolina--Charleston County
Historic buildings--South Carolina--Berkeley County
Historic buildings--South Carolina--Dorchester County
Historic preservation--South Carolina--Charleston County
Historic preservation--South Carolina--Berkeley County
Historic preservation--South Carolina--Dorchester County
  Portions of this collection have been digitized and are available online.

Scope and Content

This collection contains the records of the historic preservation planner of the Berkeley-Charleston-Dorchester Council of Governments (BCDCOG), 1970–1981. The bulk of the collection is the research materials collected for the publication Historic Preservation Plan: Berkeley-Charleston-Dorchester Region (Berkeley-Charleston-Dorchester Regional Planning Council, 1972). Other records consist of non-survey regional research materials, general business files of the BCDCOG historic preservation department, and topical and miscellaneous files. 

The bulk of the materials in this collection are housed in numbered files that correspond to the numbered survey sites listed in the Historic Preservation Plan (HPP): the first digit designates the county in which the site is located (1=Berkeley, 2=Charleston, 3=Dorchester); the second digit, the preservation area within the county, either the old parishes used as tax districts or the natural boundaries of large land areas; and the third digit is the number assigned to each specific site within the preservation area. Many files contain copies of completed form for the National Register of Historic Places and original photographs. Numbered files for sites not listed in the publication and/or those inventoried after publication of the HPP are included in this series as well. For further details and background of the survey, please see the HPP. A complete list of South Carolina properties on the National Register of Historic Places is located on the South Carolina Department of Archives and History website at https://scdah.sc.gov/. Digital scans of original National Register forms for Charleston County sites are located at www.nationalregister.sc.gov/nrlinks.htm. 

The non-survey regional materials in this collection, arranged alphabetically by county, include additional historic sites and miscellaneous topics not covered in the HPP. The BCDCOG materials include materials concerning the South Carolina American Revolution Bicentennial Commission (1972–76); Elias Bull Professional Correspondence (1970–78); and David Chamberlain Professional Correspondence (1978–1981). Topical and miscellaneous files include historic preservation legislation; historic preservation; publications and papers; regional historic site surveys and inventories; newspaper clippings (1950s–70s); and photographs. Of interest is the correspondence file of the city planner of the Charleston County Planning Department, which highlights historic preservation activities in Charleston during the 1950s and 1960s. Newspaper clippings (1950s–70s) from the Charleston News and Courier and the Charleston Evening Post cover such topics as historic preservation, the 1970 South Carolina Tricentennial, and urban redevelopment and slum clearance. The photographs consist of a collection of negatives, contact sheets, black and white prints that depict sites in the Historic Preservation Plan, National Register properties, and regional subjects of historic interest.

 

Administrative/Biographical History

Elias Ball Bull was the tri-county region’s first historic preservation planner. His work at the Berkeley-Charleston-Dorchester Council of Governments (BCDCOG) historic preservation division coincided with the zenith of the historic preservation movement in the United States, which began with the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966 that established the National Register of Historic Places program. That same year South Carolina Governor Robert E. McNair declared state support for preservation efforts and established a Historic Resources Inter-Agency Council that brought various state departments together. As a result, a new Historic Resources Division was added to the South Carolina Archives Department, which became known as the South Carolina Department of Archives and History (SCDAH). 

The Berkeley-Charleston Regional Planning Commission, which later became known as the Berkeley-Charleston-Dorchester Regional Planning Commission (BCDRPC), was awarded a federal historic preservation survey and planning grant for “services on any activity directly related to the location and documentation of historic places in Charleston and Berkeley Counties” in 1970.  Consequently, Elias Bull was hired as a planning analyst/historical researcher for production of a regional historic survey. The Historic Preservation Plan, written by Bull and published in 1972, was partially funded through this federal grant along with local and state funds. The HPP was the first promotion of preservation on a regional scale in the tri-county area. While serving as historic preservation planner, Bull was also active in the county’s 1976 American Revolution Bicentennial Commission and produced the Historic Preservation Inventory, Berkeley County. Bull’s greatest legacy, however, is the copious research notes and materials that he gathered on historic sites and landmarks throughout the tri-county region.
 
In 1976, the BCDRPC changed its title to the Berkeley-Charleston-Dorchester Council of Governments (BCDCOG) to reflect the statewide organization of ten Councils of Government established by state legislation passed in 1967. The BCDCOG relocated to the old Citadel Annex on Marion Square in 1978, with Bull retiring that same year. David Chamberlain succeeded Bull as historic preservation planner and remained in that position until 1981, at which time the historic preservation division of BCDCOG was abolished because federal funding was discontinued. 

Today the BCDCOG is located in North Charleston and continues regional planning and development efforts. Historic preservation planning for the tri-county area is now handled through a regional office of the South Carolina Department of Archives and History.
 

Conditions Governing Access and Use

Collection is open for research. 

 

Acquisition

This collection was released to the Charleston County Public Library from the Berkeley-Charleston-Dorchester Council of Governments Executive Committee on 18 October 1999.

 

Collection Outline

Series I: Research Material  
A. Historic Preservation Plans  
          Historic Preservation Plan, BCDRPC, 1972, typed draft. BOX 1
          Historic Preservation Plan, BCDRPC, Notes BOX 1
          Historic Preservation PlanCharleston, South Carolina (City Planning and Architectural Associates, et al.: Chapel Hill, NC. June 1974) BOX 1
B. Historic Preservation Plan, BCDRPC, 1972: Research materials (incomplete)  
         i. Berkeley County  
         The Barrows  
         1-1-1               The Barrows Historic District BOX 2
         1-1-2              Whiteville Historic District BOX 2
         1-1-3              Oakley Plantation BOX 2
         Cordesville  
         1-3-1              Biggin Church Ruins BOX 2
         1-3-2              North Chachan Plantation BOX 2
         1-3-3               Strawberry Chapel / Childsbury Town Site BOX 2
         1-3-4               Hyde Park Plantation BOX 2
         1-3-5               Irving Chapel BOX 2
         1-3-6/7/8          22, 23, 25, 26 Mile Stones BOX 2
         1-3-9                Old Cordesville Historic District BOX 2
         1-3-10               Richmond Plantation BOX 2
         1-3-12               Tavou Church BOX 2
         Cross  
         1-4-1               Cross Historic District BOX 2
         1-4-3               Lawson's Pond Plantation BOX 2
         Goose Creek  
         1-5-1               St. James Goose Creek Church BOX 2
         1-5-2               Medway Plantation  BOX 2
         1-5-6               Otranto Plantation BOX 2
         1-5-7               Crowfield Plantation BOX 2
         1-5-8               Elms Plantation Ruins (Izard Plantation) BOX 2
         Honey Hill  
         1-6-1               Honey Hill Historic District  BOX 2
         Jamestown  
         1-7-3               Jamestown: Battle of Lenud’s Ferry BOX 2
         Moncks Corner  
         1-8-1               Battle of Biggin Bridge BOX 2
         1-8-2               Old Santee Canal Historic District (lower section) BOX 2
         1-8-3               Fort at Fairlawn BOX 2
         1-8-4               Gippy Plantation BOX 2
         1-8-5               Stony Landing Plantation BOX 2
         1-8-6               Lewisfield Plantation BOX 2
         1-8-7               Mulberry Plantation BOX 2
         1-8-8               Dean Hall Plantation BOX 2
         1-8-9               Dean Hall Overseer’s House BOX 2
         1-8-10               Harry Hill Plantation (King Harry’s Grave) BOX 2
         1-8-15               Railroad Station BOX 2
         1-8-18               Moncks Corner Historic District     BOX 2
         Pineville  
         1-9-1               Pineville Historic District (two folders, I and II) BOX 3
         1-9-2               Old Santee Canal Historic District (Tailrace Canal Park) BOX 3
         1-9-3               Grave of Francis Marion BOX 3
         1-9-10               Oakland Club Playhouse BOX 3
         Pinopolis  
         1-10-1               Pinopolis Historic District (one folder) BOX 3
         1-10-1               Pinopolis Historic District Photographs I BOX 3
         1-10-1               Pinopolis Historic District Photographs II BOX 4
         1-10-1               Pinopolis Historic District, Norman Walsh materials, 2005 BOX 4
         1-10-2               Wampee Plantation BOX 4
         St. Stephen  
         1-11-2               L. Mendel Rivers’ Boyhood Home BOX 4
         1-11-3               St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church BOX 4
         St. Thomas  
         1-12-1               12 Mile Stone(to Calais Ferry) BOX 4
         1-12-2               St. Thomas and St. Denis Episcopal Church BOX 4
         1-12-3               Cainhoy Historic District BOX 4
         1-12-4               Middleburg Plantation BOX 4
         1-12-5               Pompion Hill Chapel BOX 4
         1-12-6               Halidon Hill Plantation (Quinby Plantation House) BOX 4
         1-12-7               Battle of Quinby Bridge BOX 4
         1-12-8               Grave of Governor Sir Nathaniel Johnson at Silk Hope Plantation BOX 4
         1-12-9               Battle of Videau’s Bridge BOX 4
         Wassamasaw  
         1-13-6              New Hope Historic District BOX 4
           
         ii. Charleston County  
         Charleston/North Charleston  
         2-1-1               The Fireproof Building BOX 5
         2-1-2               Magnolia Farm BOX 5
         2-1-3               Magnolia Cemetery BOX 5
         2-1-4               Castle Pinckney BOX 5
         2-1-5               South Carolina State Arsenal / Old Citadel BOX 5
         2-1-6               Daniel Blake Tenements BOX 5
         2-1-7               Israel Firetag Store  BOX 5
         2-1-8               Charleston County Courthouse BOX 5
         2-1-9               Fort Sumter   BOX 5
         2-1-10             Quarter House Fort and Tavern BOX 5
         2-1-12            Charleston Historic District-1966 Extension BOX 6
         2-1-13            Robert Gould Shaw Community Center BOX 6
         2-1-14            Market Hall and Sheds BOX 6
         2-1-15            Branford-Horry House BOX 6
         2-1-16             William Aiken House and Associated Railroad Structures BOX 6
         2-1-17             Miles Brewton House BOX 6
         2-1-19             Citizens and Southern National Bank      BOX 6
         2-1-20             The Exchange and Provost BOX 6
         2-1-21             William Gibbes House BOX 6
         2-1-22             Heyward-Washington House BOX 6
         2-1-24             Thomas Rose House BOX 6
         2-1-25             St. Michael’s Episcopal Church BOX 6
         2-1-26             Simmons-Edwards House, “The Pineapple Gates” BOX 6
         2-1-27             Colonel John Stuart House BOX 6
         2-1-28             Sword Gate Houses BOX 6
         2-1-29             College of Charleston BOX 6
         2-1-30             DuBose Heyward House BOX 6
         2-1-31             McCrady’s Tavern and Long Room BOX 6
         2-1-32             Dock Street Theatre BOX 6
         2-1-33             Powder Magazine    BOX 6
         2-1-34             Nathaniel Russell House BOX 6
         2-1-35             Edward Rutledge House    BOX 7
         2-1-36             South Carolina National Bank of Charleston BOX 7
         2-1-37             Bethel Methodist Church BOX 7
         2-1-38             Lodge Alley-French Quarter District BOX 7
         2-1-39             James Nicholson House (Ashley Hall School) BOX 7
         2-1-40             William Blacklock House                BOX 7
         2-1-41             The Unitarian Church BOX 7
         2-1-42             Hibernian Society Hall        BOX 7
         2-1-43             Old Bethel Methodist Church BOX 7
         2-1-44             Old Slave Mart BOX 7
         2-1-45             Joseph Manigault House   BOX 7
         2-1-46             Denmark Vesey House BOX 7
         2-1-47             Bull Street, South Side BOX 7
         2-1-48             Bull Street, North Side BOX 7
         2-1-49             United States Customs House BOX 7
         2-1-50             John Rutledge House BOX 7
         2-1-51             Old Marine Hospital BOX 7
         2-1-53             Governor William Aiken House BOX 7
         2-1-65             Richard Capers House BOX 7
         2-1-72             City Hall BOX 7
         2-1-73             Charles Drayton House BOX 7
         2-1-75             Edmonston-Alston House BOX 7
         2-1-76             Harmon Field, Martello Tower BOX 8
         2-1-78             Bernard Elliott Bee BOX 8
         2-1-80            Faber House             BOX 8
         2-1-85            Gibbes Art Gallery   BOX 8
         2-1-86            Grace Episcopal Church BOX 8
         2-1-89            High School of Charleston BOX 8
         2-1-90            Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church BOX 8
         2-1-92            Izard-Pinckney House BOX 8
         2-1-102          Patrick O’Donnell Mansion BOX 8
         2-1-103          Old Charleston Jail (1802)  BOX 8
         2-1-108          Pink House   BOX 8
         2-1-109          Presqu’ile                  BOX 8
         2-1-111          Radcliffeborough Neighborhood BOX 8
         2-1-115          Colonel William Rhett House BOX 8
         2-1-117          John Robinson House BOX 8
         2-1-120          Lt. Governor William A. Bull House BOX 8
         2-1-123          St. John’s Lutheran Church BOX 8
         2-1-125          St. Mary’s Catholic Church BOX 8
         2-1-128          St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church BOX 8
         2-1-131          Josiah Smith Building BOX 8
         2-1-135          Kahal Kadosh Beth Elohim Synagogue BOX 8
         2-1-146          Confederate Home BOX 8
         2-1-148          Lowndes Grove Plantation BOX 8
         2-1-149          San Souci House BOX 8
         2-1-150          Hampton Park BOX 8
         2-1-153          Malbone-Hutty House BOX 8
         2-1-154          Calhoun Mansion BOX 8
         2-1-156          Central Baptist Church BOX 9
         2-1-157          Chisolm’s Rice Mill  BOX 9
         2-1-158          Antipedo Baptist Meeting House Site BOX 9
         2-1-159          Cast Iron District BOX 9
         2-1-160          White Point Garden BOX 9
         2-1-161          Middleton-Pinckney House BOX 9
         2-1-167          Palmetto Plantation BOX 9
         2-1-168          John Edwards House BOX 9
         2-1-170          West Point Rice Mill BOX 9
         2-1-173          Governor Thomas Bennett House BOX 9
         2-1-187          McInnis-Pinckney House   BOX 9
         2-1-202          Jonathan Lucas House / Riverside Infirmary and Kinloch Home for Nurses BOX 9
         2-1-204          Robert Martin House BOX 9
         2-1-213          William Ravenel House BOX 9
         2-1-221          Cigar Factory BOX 9
         2-1-223          Josiah Smith Tennent House BOX 9
         2-1-224          Samuel H. Wilson House BOX 9
         Christchurch  
         2-2-1              Sewee Mound BOX 10
         2-2-2              Buzzard’s Island BOX 10
         2-2-3              Auld Mound  BOX 10
         2-2-5              Boone Hall Plantation BOX 10
         2-2-6              Christ Church (Episcopal) BOX 10
         2-2-7              Powder Magazine    BOX 10
         2-2-8              Paul Pritchard Shipyard      BOX 10
         2-2-9              Snee Farm    BOX 10
         2-2-10             Oakland Plantation (Youghall Plantation) BOX 10
         2-2-12             Fenwick’s Fort BOX 10
         2-2-15             Andersonville BOX 10
         Edisto Island  
         2-3-1              Bailey’s House BOX 10
         2-3-2              Bleak Hall Plantation (outbuildings) BOX 10
         2-3-3              Brooklands Plantation BOX 10
         2-3-4              Crawford’s Plantation BOX 10
         2-3-5              Dodge Plantation / William Seabrook House BOX 10
         2-3-6              Edisto Church (Baptist) / First Baptist Church of Edisto Island BOX 10
         2-3-7              Edisto Island Presbyterian Church BOX 10
         2-3-8              Frogmore Plantation BOX 10
         2-3-9              Middleton’s Plantation BOX 11
         2-3-10            Old House Plantation BOX 11
         2-3-11            Prospect Hill Plantation BOX 11
         2-3-12            Seaside Plantation BOX 11
         2-3-13            Sunnyside Plantation BOX 11
         2-3-14            Trinity Episcopal Plantation BOX 11
         2-3-15            Oak Island Plantation BOX 11
         2-3-17            Peter’s Point Plantation BOX 11
         2-3-18            Windsor Plantation  BOX 11
         2-3-19            Edisto Beach Battery BOX 11
         2-3-20            Fig Island (shell ring) BOX 11
         2-3-21            Presbyterian Manse BOX 11
         2-3-22            Brick House Ruins BOX 11
         2-3-23            Spanish Mount Point / The Mound (shell ring) BOX 11
         2-3-24            Trinity Episcopal Church Rectory BOX 11
         James Island  
         2-4-1              Lawton’s Bluff Plantation BOX 11
         2-4-2              Fort Johnson BOX 11
         2-4-3              Marshlands Plantation BOX 11
         2-4-4              Fort Lamar (Battle of Secessionville) BOX 11
         2-4-5              McLeod Plantation  BOX 12
         2-4-6              Secessionville Manor BOX 12
         2-4-7              Stiles-Hinson-Thompson House BOX 12
         2-4-8              Fort Pemberton BOX 12
         2-4-17            Battery Tatum, Battery Ryan BOX 12
         2-4-22            Lighthouse Point Indian Mounds BOX 12
         John's Island  
         2-5-1              Fenwick Hall Plantation BOX 12
         2-5-2              Fort Trenholm BOX 12
         2-5-4              John’s Island Presbyterian Church BOX 12
         2-5-5              Kinsey Burden Ruins BOX 12
         2-5-8              Moving Star Hall BOX 12
         Kiawah Island  
         2-6-1              Vanderhorst House BOX 12
         Ladson  
         2-7-1              Grave of General William Moultrie (Windsor Hill Plantation) BOX 12
         Mount Pleasant  
         2-8-1              Mount Pleasant Historic District BOX 13
         2-8-2              Mount Pleasant Seventh Day Adventist Church BOX 13
         2-8-3              Tew-Coleman House BOX 13
         2-8-4              John W. Moore House / 236 Bennett Street BOX 13
         2-8-5              Confederate Cemetery BOX 13
         2-8-6              Mount Pleasant Presbyterian Church      BOX 13
         2-8-7              McIver House (Hibben House) /    BOX 13
         2-8-8              Mount Pleasant Academy BOX 13
         2-8-9              Murray-Taylor House / 218 King Street BOX 13
         2-8-10            Old Courthouse BOX 13
         2-8-11            Duryea-Crowell House / 125 Live Oak Drive BOX 13
         2-8-12           Captain Peter C. Lewis House / BOX 13
         2-8-13           Joseph Tomlinson House / 210 Pitt Street BOX 13
         2-8-14           Old Post Office BOX 13
         2-8-15           Reigne House BOX 13
         2-8-16           Toomer Lane BOX 13
         2-8-17           Skipper’s View / 101 Venning Street        BOX 13
         2-8-18           St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church /   BOX 13
         2-8-22          Charles Jugnot House / 319 Pitt Street BOX 13
         St. Andrews  
         2-9-1           Ashley Hall Plantation BOX 13
         2-9-3           Ghost Island BOX 13
         2-9-5           Runnymeade Plantation BOX 13
         2-9-6           Magnolia Gardens BOX 13
         2-9-7           St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church    BOX 14
         2-9-8           St. Andrew’s Town BOX 14
         2-9-9           Old Town Landing / Charles Towne Landing BOX 14
         2-9-10         Battery Haig  BOX 14
         2-9-16         Fort Bull BOX 14
         2-9-18         Battery Barker BOX 14
         2-9-20         Farmfield Plantation BOX 14
         2-9-22         Lords Proprietors Plantation BOX 14
         2-9-23         Wespanee Plantation BOX 14
         St. James Santee  
         2-10-1         Fairfield Plantation  BOX 14
         2-10-2         Harrietta Plantation BOX 14
         2-10-3         Hampton Plantation BOX 14
         2-10-4         Laurel Hill Plantation BOX 14
         2-10-5         McClellanville Historic District BOX 14
         2-10-5         Deeds, RMC, A-22, p. 30 to Z-30, p. 312 BOX 14
         2-10-5         Title Searches: 764-07-00-03 to 766-07-00-05 BOX 15
         2-10-5         Title Search Notes 764-07-00-09 to 766-07-00-05 BOX 15
         2-10-6         The Wedge Plantation BOX 15
         2-10-7         St. James Episcopal Church (Santee)     BOX 15
         2-10-8         Bull’s Island Fort BOX 15
         2-10-9         Jonathan Lucas’ First Rice Mill BOX 15
         St. Paul's  
         2-11-1         Grove Plantation BOX 15
         2-11-2         Battle of Stono BOX 15
         2-11-5         Prospect Hill Plantation BOX 16
         2-11-6         The Parsonage BOX 16
         2-11-7         Oak Lawn Plantation BOX 16
         2-11-8         Willtown Bluff BOX 16
         2-11-10       Summit Plantation   BOX 16
         2-11-11       Colonel William Washington’s Grave BOX 16
         2-11-12       Christ Church, Adams Run BOX 16
         2-11-13       Boineau Run BOX 16
         2-11-15       Adams Run Historic District BOX 16
         2-11-16       Stono River Slave Rebellion and Wiltown Presbyterian Church BOX 16
         2-11-18       Second St. Paul’s Episcopal Church Stono, Beech Hill BOX 16
         2-11-19       Jacksonboro Masonic Lodge BOX 16
         2-11-20       Meggett Historic District BOX 16
         Seabrook Island  
         2-12-1/2/3   Privateer Creek Battery, Seabrook’s Beach, Horse Island (shell ring) BOX 16
         Sullivan's Island  
         2-13-1       Coast Guard Historic District BOX 16
         2-13-3       Fort Moultrie BOX 16
         2-13-6       Battery Gadsden BOX 16
         2-13-7       Battery Thomson BOX 16
         Wadmalaw Island  
         2-14-1       Hanckel Mound (shell ring) BOX 17
         2-14-2       New Cut Plantation BOX 17
         2-14-3       Oak Grove Plantation         BOX 17
         2-14-4       Admiral George Palmer’s Bridge   BOX 17
         2-14-5       Rockville Historic District BOX 17
         2-14-6       Joseph LaRoche House BOX 17
         2-14-7       John F. Townsend House BOX 17
         2-14-8       Ladson Webb House BOX 17
         2-14-9       Wilson’s Windmill BOX 17
         2-14-10     Rockville Presbyterian Church BOX 17
         2-14-11     Stanley F. Morse House BOX 17
         2-14-12     Mary A. Whaley House BOX 17
         2-14-13     Old Rectory   BOX 17
         2-14-14     Perry House BOX 17
         2-14-15     W. E. Jenkins House BOX 17
         2-14-16     Hagood House / Micah Jenkins House   BOX 17
         2-14-17     Stevens House / Major Daniel Jenkins House BOX 17
         2-14-18     Grace Chapel (Episcopal)  BOX 17
         2-14-19     Cornelia J. Whaley House BOX 17
         2-14-20     Fanny S. Wilson House BOX 17
         2-14-21     John F. Sosnowski House BOX 17
         2-14-22     Presbyterian Manse            BOX 17
         2-14-23     Edward D. Bailey House BOX 17
         2-14-24     Welch’s Lane House BOX 17
         2-14-25     St. James Bethel Methodist Episcopal Church Zion Chapel BOX 17
         Lincolnville  
         2-15-2      Old Lincolnville Town Hall / Williams Graded School BOX 17
         Folly Island  
         2-16-1      Battery Green BOX 17
         Morris Island  
         2-17-1      Swamp Angel site    BOX 17
         iii. Dorchester County  
         Summerville  
         3-1-1       Summerville Historic District BOX 17
         3-1-4       Stallsville Historic District    BOX 17
         3-1-6       Middleton Place BOX 17
         St. George  
         3-3-3       Appleby Methodist Church BOX 17
C. Non-survey Materials  
         i. Berkeley County  
         Cordesville  
         Kensington Plantation BOX 18
         Cross  
         Loch Dhu Plantation BOX 18
         St. Stephen  
         Municipal Building   BOX 18
         Miscellaneous  
         Amoco Railroad Spur BOX 18
         “Community and Neighborhood Names in Berkeley County,” Part I. Bull, Elias. Names in South Carolina pp. 11-24, Vol. XI, Winter 1964. BOX 18
         “Community and Neighborhood Names in Berkeley County,” Parts II. Bull, Elias. Names in South Carolina pp. 32-39, Vol. XII, Winter 1965. BOX 18
         “Community and Neighborhood Names in Berkeley County,” Parts III. Bull, Elias. Names in South Carolina, pp. 37-44, Vol. XIII, Winter 1966. BOX 18
         “Community and Neighborhood Names in Berkeley County,” Parts IV. Bull, Elias. Names in South Carolina, pp. 11-24, Vol. XIV, Winter 1967. BOX 18
         Dominion Hills Subdivision BOX 18
         Exeter Plantation BOX 18
         Historic Resources of Berkeley County, South Carolina,” Preservation Consultants, Inc., 1990. BOX 18
         Keller Site (38BK83) BOX 18
         “Names and Places on Cooper River,” Benton, John. Names in South Carolina, pp. 22-31, Vol. XII, Winter 1965. BOX 18
         Open Range Laws BOX 18
         Persimmon Hill (Fairfax Development) BOX 18
         Spring Grove Plantation BOX 18
         ii. Charleston County  
         Charleston  
         74 and 76 Beaufain Street BOX 18
         19 Charlotte Street   BOX 18
         60 Church Street      BOX 18
         10, 12 Clifford Street / The Twin Sisters  BOX 18
         110 Coming Street / Stephen Thomas House    BOX 18
         138, 140, 142 Coming Street         BOX 18
         21 Jacobs Alley BOX 18
         375, 377, 464, 466, 466 ½ King Street / William Turpin BOX 18
         44 Line Street / South Carolina Railroad Car Shop       BOX 18
         41 Market Street / Industrial Spur Track Co. Building   BOX 18
         51 Meeting Street     BOX 18
         69 Meeting Street / John E. Poyas House BOX 18
         171-173 Meeting Street / O’Hagan Building BOX 18
         205 Meeting Street BOX 18
         286 Meeting Street BOX 18
         296 Meeting Street / Mary Strobel House BOX 18
         360 Meeting Street / Charleston Museum BOX 18
         60 Montagu Street / Gaillard – Bennett House BOX 18
         56 Pitt Street / Cogswell House    BOX 18
         37 Smith Street BOX 18
         112 Smith Street      BOX 18
         66 Society Street / William T. Hieronymous House BOX 18
         78 Society Street / R.C. Salas House BOX 18
         51 State Street / Charleston Day School BOX 18
         56 Tradd Street / Joseph Sallier de Beaufort House BOX 18
         Wentworth Street / Mary Baker (Glover) Eddy House BOX 18
         Miscellaneous  
         Adger’s Wharf BOX 19
         Ansonborough BOX 19
         Bartlam Pottery / Bartlam, John; Duché, André BOX 19
         Broad Street  BOX 19
         Boundary Changes, Charleston County – 1976             BOX 19
         Charleston Historic District, Miscellaneous         BOX 19
         “Charleston in Olden Times,” Charleston Courier, 1868 BOX 19
         “City of Charleston Tenement Study,” Robert Young, [1977] BOX 19
         County Prison Farm (Corn Hill Plantation) BOX 19
         Drum Island  BOX 19
         Earthquake 1886     BOX 19
         Gadsden Green BOX 19
         Harbor Rebellion     BOX 19
         Hirsch Murals BOX 19
         Historic American Buildings Survey (HABS) by Charles N. Bayless, AIA BOX 19
         King Street Windshield Survey (Calhoun St to Broad St.) BOX 19
         Lockwood Boulevard          BOX 19
         “Report of Olmsted, Olmsted, and Eliot to Mr. John B. Adger, Chairman, Park Commission, Charleston, S.C., Found Among Park Record, 1895 S.L.” [1896] BOX 19
         “Survey of the Parish Records of St. Luke and St. Paul Cathedral Episcopal Church,” by John D. Gillespie, 1970. BOX 19
         Trolley Car Lines BOX 19
         Wragg Mall BOX 19
         Christ Church  
         Fairlawn Plantation BOX 19
         Bermuda Town BOX 19
         Pipe making manufactory  BOX 19
         Edisto  
         South Carolina Historical Society Fall Tour, 1972 BOX 19
         Jenkins Family Cemetery BOX 19
         Folly Island  
         Miscellaneous BOX 19
         Hollywood  
         Miscellaneous BOX 19
         James Island  
         Legareville BOX 19
         Historic Plats, Miscellaneous BOX 19
         Secessionville Historic District BOX 19
         John's Island  
         Miscellaneous BOX 19
         Kiawah Island  
         Miscellaneous BOX 20
         McClellanville  
         McClellanville Methodist-Episcopal Church BOX 20
         McClellanville Steamboat Corporation     BOX 20
         New Wappetaw Presbyterian Church BOX 20
         Mount Pleasant  
         First Town Hall BOX 20
         Patriot’s Point / USS Yorktown      BOX 20
         “Shem Creek Special Area Management Plan.” The Town of Mt. Pleasant and the South Carolina Coastal Council. [1980s]. BOX 20
         North Charleston  
         Miscellaneous BOX 20
         St. Andrews  
         Maryville: King House BOX 20
         “Report on Historical and Archeological Survey of Ashleytowne Landing Development,” Herold, Elaine Bluhm, Ph.D., 1975. BOX 20
         St. James Santee  
         Cape Romain National Wildlife Refuge BOX 20
         Capers Island BOX 20
         Elbow Tavern Tract, c. 1926. BOX 20
         St. Stephen Episcopal Church BOX 20
         Watahan and The Point plat BOX 20
         St. Paul's  
         Barrellville BOX 20
         Jocassee Island BOX 20
         Osborn BOX 20
         Rantowles BOX 20
         Yonges Island BOX 20
         Stono Inlet  
         Miscellaneous BOX 20
         Sullivan's Island  
         Miscellaneous BOX 20
         Wadmalaw Island  
         Julia Evelina Whaley House BOX 20
         Church Creek Bridge BOX 20
         Miscellaneous BOX 20
         iii. Dorchester County  
         Dorchester County  
         Cedar Grove House Site and Bridge BOX 20
         Miscellaneous BOX 20
         Old Dorchester State Park BOX 20
         Sandy Hill Plantation Site   BOX 20
         Spring Farm Plantation Site BOX 20
         Harleyville  
         St. Paul’s Methodist Church BOX 20
         Ridgeville  
         Ridgeville Historic District   BOX 20
         Ridgeville Depot       BOX 20
         Fort at Four Holes Swamp BOX 20
         Cypress Methodist Campground  BOX 20
         St. George   
         Appleby House and Store   BOX 20
         Carroll House (Old Carroll Place) BOX 20
         Indian Fields Methodist Campground      BOX 20
         Summerville  
         Archdale Plantation BOX 20
         Beech Hill Meeting House Site BOX 20
         Miscellaneous BOX 20
         Newington Plantation Site  BOX 20
         iv. Miscellaneous Photos  
         Scanned Contact Sheets   BOX 20
         Identified Contact Sheets BOX 20
         Unidentified Contact Sheets BOX 20
Series II. Berkeley-Charleston-Dorchester Council of Governments materials  
         A. American Revolution Bicentennial Commission 1972-1976  
                   1972 materials BOX 21
                   1973 materials BOX 21
                   1974 materials (I) BOX 21
                   1974 materials (II) BOX 21
                   1975 materials (I) BOX 21
                   1975 materials (II) BOX 21
                   1976 materials (I) BOX 21
                   1976 materials (II) BOX 21
         B. Elias Bull Professional Correspondence  
                   1970 Correspondence        BOX 22
                   1971 Correspondence        BOX 22
                   1972 Correspondence        BOX 22
                   1973 Correspondence        BOX 22
                   1974 Correspondence        BOX 22
                   1975 Correspondence        BOX 22
                   1976 Correspondence        BOX 22
                   1977 Correspondence        BOX 22
                   1978 Correspondence        BOX 22
         C. David Chamberlain Professional Correspondence  
                   1978 Correspondence BOX 23
                   1979 Correspondence BOX 23
                   1980 Correspondence BOX 23
                   1981 Correspondence BOX 23
         D. Berkeley-Charleston-Dorchester Council of Governments (BCDCOG), Historic Preservation Planning Department (1970-1981)  
                   A-95 / Project Notification & Review System BOX 24
                   AH-106 / Regional Environmental Questionnaire BOX 24
                   Afro-American Bicentennial Corporation BOX 24
                   Army Corps of Engineers   BOX 24
                   Central Midlands Regional Planning Council Recreation BOX 24
                   Charleston County Planning Board, Director of Planning, Correspondence: 1955-1966 (incomplete) BOX 24
                   City of Charleston Planning and Zoning Commission  BOX 24
                   Coastal Zone Management BOX 24
                   Council on Urban Quality, Charleston BOX 24
                   Executive Committee, minutes BOX 24
                   Governor’s Intern Program BOX 24
                   Historic American Engineering Record (HAER) Survey/Inventory BOX 24
                   Historic Preservation Committee   BOX 24
                   Historic Preservation Planner’s Reports  BOX 24
                   Historic Preservation Sub-committee BOX 24
                   Ladson-Goose Creek Connector BOX 24
                   Letters of Agreement with South Carolina Department Of Archives and History (SCDAH) BOX 24
                   Maritime Preservation BOX 24
                   Mark Clark Expressway BOX 24
                   Mines, Charleston County BOX 24
                   National Heritage Program BOX 24
                   Regional Planners’ Quarterly Meetings   BOX 24
                   South Carolina Heritage Trust Program BOX 25
                   South Carolina Highway Department BOX 25
                   South Carolina Historic Preservation Grants BOX 25
                   South Carolina Historical Markers BOX 25
         E. Topical and Miscellaneous materials  
         i. Historic Preservation Legislation  
                   Abandoned Cemeteries: State of South Carolina laws BOX 25
                   Archives Act, State of South Carolina BOX 25
                   Historic Preservation Legislation, Federal           BOX 25
                   Historic Preservation Ordinances, Berkeley-Charleston-Dorchester BOX 25
                   Historic Preservation Ordinances, non-South Carolina BOX 25
                   Scenic River Acts, State of South Carolina and Federal BOX 25
                   “The South Carolina Underwater Salvage Act of 1968 as Amended in 1969 Together with the Uniform Rules and Regulations to Carry Out the Law,” Robert L. Stephenson. University of South Carolina: 1 July 1970. BOX 25
                   Town Incorporation Acts, Berkeley-Charleston-Dorchester BOX 25
         ii. Historic Preservation, Miscellaneous Topics  
                   Archeological Sites and Research BOX 25
                   Berkeley-Charleston-Dorchester Regional Maps BOX 25
                   Bull, Elias, Talks (notes)     BOX 26
                   Colonial Forts, Charleston County BOX 26
                   Contracts, Historic, RMC BOX 26
                   Cowpens Flag          BOX 26
                   de Grasse, Admiral Comte BOX 26
                   Edisto Indian Tribe BOX 26
                   Eutaw Flag BOX 26
                   French Huguenot Churches BOX 26
                   Historic Preservation articles, general BOX 26
                   Jackson, Rachel, Gravesite of BOX 26
                   Militia Units BOX 26
                   Miscellaneous papers         BOX 26
                   Pinckney, Charles E., Lexington   BOX 26
                   “Rabbit Tracks” BOX 26
                   “Waban,” historic tugboat BOX 26
                   Waring, Benjamin BOX 26
                   “Weehauken,” Union ironclad BOX 26
                   White, William T. BOX 26
         iii. Publications and Papers  
                   “Identification and Evaluation of Factors Affecting Urban Renewal: Excerpt from a Case Study of Charleston, S.C.,” C. Eugene Hix, [n.d.]. BOX 26
                   “Off-Road Vehicle Management Plan Francis Marion and Sumter National Forests,” United States Department of Agriculture Forest Service, 20 August 1975. BOX 26
                   “Progress Picture Story of the Santee-Cooper Hydro-Electric and Navigation, Project,” South Carolina Public Service Authority: Moncks Corner, South Carolina, 1944. BOX 26
                   “Save Charleston Partnership, Site and Building Information,” 1976. BOX 26
                   “South Carolina’s Plan for Developing Its Historic Resources,” South Carolina Archives Departments, 1966. BOX 26
                   “A Summary of Records Services Provided to Charleston County by the South Carolina Department of Archives and History,” by Julian L. Mims, 1976 BOX 26
                   “Travel Industry Action Program,” Charleston County Park, Recreation and Tourism Commission, [1970s]. BOX 26
         iv. Regional Historic Sites Surveys/Inventories  
                   Berkeley County: Historic Sites Survey/Inventory BOX 26
                   Charleston County: Historic Sites Survey/Inventory BOX 26
                   Dorchester County: Historic Sites Survey/Inventory BOX 26
                   Berkeley-Charleston-Dorchester: Historic Sites/ Inventory BOX 26
                   Berkeley-Charleston-Dorchester: National Register and National Historic Landmarks Surveys/Inventories BOX 26
                   Preliminary South Carolina Historic Preservation Plan, South Carolina Department of Archives and History, Volume I, September 29, 1969. BOX 26
         v. Newspaper Clippings  
                   Historic Preservation BOX 27
                   South Carolina Tricentennial Projects BOX 27
                   Urban Redevelopment and Slum Clearance, I BOX 27
                   Urban Redevelopment and Slum Clearance, II BOX 27