Vintage Postcards - Charleston Pastimes

Old postcards that the owner of Island Realty has been collecting for many years of the Charleston, SC area including Isle of Palms & Sullivan's Island. www.facebook.com/islandrealty


Vintage Postcards - Charleston Pastimes

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The Isle of Palms Pavillion, Charleston, S.C.

The Ferris Wheel at Isle of Palms, Charleston, S.C.

The Barracks, Fort Moultrie, S.C. Postmarked 1911

Palmettos on The Isle of Palms, Charleston, S.C.

U.S. Battalion on Parade Grounds, Sullivans Island, S.C. Postmarked 1912

Post Headquarters and Parade Ground. Old Fort Moultrie, Charleston, S.C.

River View Lodge, Water Front, Mount Pleasant, S.C.

Isle of Palms, South Carolina Famous old beach resort near Charleston, S.C. The huge island now has thousands of year 'round residents in addition to the beach visitors.

  • Bea Bea McCullough
    Bea Bea McCullough

    This is the island and the era I miss - wonder what part of the island it is.

Cooper River Bridge, Charleston, S.C. The fifth largest cantilever bridge in the world. It was two miles long and higher than the Brooklyn Bridge. The bridge provides a short cut on the Ocean Highway between Miami and Montreal. The bridge is an imposing six million dollar, modern architectural achievement against quaint, historic Charleston, S.C.

  • Bea Bea McCullough
    Bea Bea McCullough

    My mother was petrified to drive over it.

Osceola's Grave, Fort Moultrie, Charleston, S.C. 1900

Isle of Palms, Charleston, S.C. Postmarked 1947

Fort Moultrie and Grave of Osceola Charleston, S.C. Postmarked 1917

Surf Bathing Isle of Palms, Charleston, S.C. Postmarked 1930

The Old Market, Charleston, S.C. Postmarked 1930

Ashley River Memorial Bridge. Charleston, S.C. not sure what year

  • Bea Bea McCullough
    Bea Bea McCullough

    So pretty without the round Holiday Inn in the view.

Steamer Landing. Magnolia-on-the-Ashley. Charleston, S.C.

The Sunken Gardens. Hampton Park. Charleston, S.C. not sure what year

  • Bea Bea McCullough
    Bea Bea McCullough

    I think this was built for the Worlds Fair that came to Charleston during the turn of the century in the Wagner Terrace area - I think.

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Fort Sumter - Where the Civil War began...

1908

Isle of Palms, SC - Postmarked 1908

Postmarked 1910