China Hall card photographs and miscellaneous financial and property records
Two black and white card photographs, one interior and one exterior, of China Hall. Collection also contains miscellaneous financial and property records for assorted Charleston County properties.
- 1900s-1948, undated
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Materials in English.
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China Hall (originally named the Charleston Crockery Co.) was a wholesale and retail chinaware, glassware, and earthenware store located on the first floor of a three-story commercial building on the corner of King Street and Liberty Street belonging to the Independent Order of Odd Fellows, which used the upper floors of the building for their fraternal meetings and fellowship activities.
1 folder (10 items)
Two black and white card photographs of China Hall and miscellaneous Charleston County financial and property records.
Materials are described at the folder level.
Materials purchased in 2018 by Special Collections, College of Charleston Libraries.
Processed by Josh Minor, July 2023
- Inventory of the China Hall card photographs and miscellaneous financial and property records, 1900s-1948, undated
- Processed by: Josh Minor; finding aid created by: Josh Minor
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