Dock St - Art Print



The original structure, which was built in 1736,  occupied the site of the first building in the Thirteen Colonies designed for use as a theater.

It was ruined in the great fire , rebuilt, plus converted to Planters Hotel.  A number of notable persons patronized the Planter's Hotel including the noted 19th Century actor Junius Brutus Booth (father of Edwin and John Wilkes Booth).

Most importantly: Charleston's famed Planter's Punch was first introduced here.

Hang this piece anywhere around your own home or present it as a gift to your favorite South Carolina history buff! Perfect as a stand-alone piece or sprinkle in

more prints from my Charleston collection with your own photos & historical artifacts to create a charming gallery wall!


Printed on fade resistant 19pt Savoy Cotton archival paper with 

archival-quality inks (frame not included)

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