Unknown building, Charleston, South Carolina | A long view down a street. There are uniform buildings down both sides of the street leading to a church. Most of the body of the church is obscured by trees, but the bell tower is visible. It is tiered and decorated | From a series of unique photographic images, which Williams took on his travels through central Texas in the 1920s, show examples of vernacular architecture. Williams donated the negatives to the UT's School of Architecture in 1961 and were subsequently transferred to the Alexander Architectural Archives.
Williams, David R. (David Reichard), 1890-1962 (photographer)
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Alexander Architectural Archives, University of Texas Libraries, The University of Texas at Austin