The John Rutledge House, 116 Broad Street, Charleston, is a fine example of a "Charleston double house." The centered front gable, dentil molding, and triangular pediment door are both distinctive in style and represent the 1850s alterations made to a typical Georgian house. The feature of this photograph is the elaborate ironwork, which is also typical of Charleston construction. This photograph was taken in 1935.
Courtesy of the Library of Congress.