Charleston by Candlelight

September 1984
Archaeology;Sep/Oct84, Vol. 37 Issue 5, p78
Reports that the Preservation Society of Charleston in South Carolina will sponsor its annual 'Fall House and Garden Candlelight Tours,' during the month of October 1984. Availability of a series of walking tours; Specific historic area covered by the tour; Contact information.


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