SPC. Special Collections
Found in 325 Collections and/or Records:
Title supplied by cataloger. Single manuscript leaf. Red and black ink on double-sided vellum. With musical notation. Text reads: "[quod] cumque ligaveris super terram erit ligatum et in celis et quodcumque solveris super terram erit solutum et in ce[lis]"--from Matthew 16:19.
The collection consists of a document naming Louis D. DeSaussure, J. Fraser Mathewes, and I.M. Shackelford arbitrators on behalf of the Charleston (S.C.) City Council in the matter of opening South Street from Hanover to America Streets. The document is signed by Mayor P.C. Gaillard.
This collection consists of a return of taxable property in the Parish of Saint Philip's and the District of Charleston for lot number 33 on Chalmer's Alley with a brick building owned by Joshua Aydelotte. The tax return was signed by John Roche, Joshua Aydelotte's representative, on February 13, 1813.
This b&w lithograph of Bachman was engraved by Thomas B. Welch from a portrait by R.J. Curtis. The inscription under the print reads, "Rev. J. Bachman. D.D., elected pastor of the Lutheran Church, Charleston, 1811".