The architecture of working-class Charleston is historic, even if it's not an attraction 

The Possibilities of Poinsett Street

Recently, the city's Board of Architectural Review denied a permit for the demolition of 40 Poinsett Street. Built around 1900, the two-story Charleston single house had been owned by the Pinckney family since at least 1918 when Julius Pinckney, a house carpenter,…

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