Each month, brings our members an opportunity to explore a new Feature Article, by one of Roots and Recall’s fantastic contributors. This month’s article deals with the technical questions that arise in restoring a massive building, #1 Broad Street, Charleston, S.C. It just so happens, that one of R&R’s long-term friends and proponents, Mr. Mark Beck, took notice of the building on a major Charleston corner and decided to tackle it with his heart, soul, and pocket book. He discovered a massive amount of information on the building when he explored R&R.com, and communicated promptly with his appreciation. After several years of consistent negotiations, planning, and oversight the building was finally restored and opened as an outstanding adaptive usage complex. And oh yes, it has won top billing for accuracy and architectural detailing. Take time to read Zach Liollio’s article and also enjoy opening the feature site link to explore the building itself.
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R&R Note: Over the past two months we have been engaged in bringing new content to the pages of R&R and we hope you have noticed, linking thousands of sights via the Thread link. Thought we rarely hear from members, though we always enjoy receiving comments, you must be enjoying the links – the number of pages being engaged per visit has skyrocketed. As one member, who does communicate stated recently, “I can spend hours on R&R, just clicking from link to link.” And we can’t wait to receive the contributions of members who have expressed their desire to submit stories of their own childhoods. If you have not already done so, you might like to also visit the homepage and click on a few of R&R’s new random subjects, including Kidslore, African American pages, and the Old Store section…..
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