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St. Philip's Church (Charleston, S.C.)


Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Blamyer, Wigfall, Deas family collection

Identifier: Mss 0104

The bulk of this collection contains scrapbooks and diaries of Elizabeth Mary Lesesne Blamyer Wigfall.

Dates: 1824-1975

Janusz Nedzi prints

Identifier: Mss 0034-169
Collection Overview

The prints in this collection were made from pen and ink drawings of St. Philip's Church and the French Huguenot Church in Charleston, S.C. The view of Church Street shows the French Huguenot Church and St. Philip's Church. All prints were completed in 1991 and are numbered 10 out of 50.

Dates: 1991

Robert Smith collection

Identifier: Mss 0046
Collection Overview The first journal dates 1788-1794. The first part of this journal, February 1788- February 1792, is a financial account of each student's charges for attending Reverend Smith's private academy. The second part of this journal, January 1792-October 1794, is a chronological financial accounting of admission to Charleston College Academy which opened in October 1790. The second journal dates July 1788-October 1801 and is an account book of pew rents; sacrament funds; the rector's salary for St....
Dates: 1784-1802

St. Philip's Church in Charles Town, South Carolina print

Identifier: Mss 0034-113
Collection Overview

This print of St. Philip's Church in Charles Town, South Carolina, appeared in the June 1753 issue of Gentleman's Magazine. A quote from the autobiography of Dr. John Watts is also included on the page.

Dates: 1753

Henry T. Zacharias ledgers

Identifier: Mss 0056
Collection Overview

Collection consists of two indexed ledgers (1905-1908; 1909-1910) containing accounts with numerous businesses, organizations, and individuals for construction and general contracting. Accounts represent many notable buildings of Charleston, South Carolina, among them the Confederate Home and College, the Medical University of South Carolina, St. Andrew's Lutheran Church, St. Philip's Church, and a number of architecturally significant houses.

Dates: 1905-1910