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20 Glebe Street, Charleston

This is the house where I was able to stay during my visit to Charleston. It is owned by the College of Charleston. Clearly it had a distinguished past. See for yourself!  Read more

Charleston – 1891 Visit

These are photos which my great-grandfather, Theodore, nephew to Rev. John Grimke-Drayton of Magnolia Gardens, took during his visit from England to Charleston and elsewhere in South Carolina. For the time being I’ll just post the photos without comment. I apologize for the quality of some of them. If any of you recognize people or places, please let me know (email – grimke@hotmail.co.uk).  Read more

African American Sites in Charleston

Alphonso Brown, who gives the commentary on this tour connected to the African American experience in Charleston, is an expert in his field.  Read more

Heart Beat

A constant rhythmic beat within a woven fabric of sound.

Lament

Click on to “Lament” – a single voice of strings.

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