ARCHITECTURE has been defined as "the gift of one generation to the next." In the South Carolina Low Country the gift is a particularly precious one-a rich treasure of buildings that not only charm us with their graceful beauty, but offer us a glimpse into a vanished world of prosperous plantations and provincial aristocracy.
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N. Jane Iseley has 29 photography books to her credit, including Charleston, Charleston Entertains, Plantations of the Low Country: South Carolina 1697-1865, The Charleston Interior, Savannah Tour of Homes and Gardens, and Savannah Secret and Public Gardens. She is the president of Legacy Publications. Her home is on a family farm in Burlington, North Carolina.
William P. Baldwin, a lifelong resident of the South Carolina Lowcountry, is probably best known for wr9iting the best-selling Mrs. Whaley and Her Charleston Garden and Sister Peterkin’s Heaven Is a Beautiful Place. These two much-loved memoirs followed his South Carolina-set epic novel The Hard to Catch Mercy, which won the Lillian Smith Award and wide critical acclaim.
Agnes LeLand Baldwin is a native of South Carolina. Her lifelong interest in SC history lead to extensive research on the early grants to SC Low Country tidelands. Specializing in 17th century records, Mrs. Baldwin was a principal researcher for the South Carolina Tri Centennial celebration in 1970.
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Book Description Legacy Pubns, 1987. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110933101082