Most South Carolinians find unique points of pride within their state—sweet tea, coastal wildlife, and shag-dancing are staples of its culture. Additionally, many South...
#ThrowbackThursday: Profile of Charleston in 1964
This is a clip from a 1964 SCETV production, S.C. Cities. In this episode, landmarks from the Holy City of Charleston were featured.
S.C. Cities is an archival series of South Carolina cities. In the full episode, you can see a tour of Charleston in 1964, with sketches of the city by Anne Worsham Richardson. Also a visit to Hampton Plantation to visit poet laureate Archibald Rutledge, the only known footage of Rutledge reading his work on camera. The closing credit sequence is also interesting for the background footage, in which the original metal bridge is seen as the sole span across the Cooper River.