South Carolina, 1950s

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  • D͙i͙g͙i͙t͙a͙l͙ S͙o͙l͙d͙i͙e͙r͙

    Who would have guessed that only some 50 years later Charleston would be named both the "Best City in America" and the "Best City in the World" by BOTH 'Condé Nast Traveller- Reader's Choice Awards' and 'Travel & Leisure' magazines? The hidden emerald of the South has officially been discovered by the world. Pandora's box has been opened. Ive travelled to countless cities all across the country, and in my personal opinion, Charleston is the best preserved historic city in America (with Savannah a close second). Let's pray that Charleston's recent popularity explosion won't affect 'The Holy City's' appeal any. It would be really difficult to tarnish her charm.

  • Leanne21395
    Leanne21395 5 years ago+15

    This is such a neat video. Its cool to see what south carolina used to look like.

  • LeeLee 34
    LeeLee 34 a years ago+8

    It's interesting to see how much the state has changed since the 50's and how much is still the same.

  • Gilbert Vereen
    Gilbert Vereen 3 years ago+6

    the Georgia stolen out peach idea

  • Karen Whitten-Rae
    Karen Whitten-Rae 5 years ago+9

    That was great! Very nicely done! Wish they still did some things like that! Very charming! Thank you!

  • Ash2ashesxo
    Ash2ashesxo 4 years ago+7

    i love this!!

  • Jim Nesta
    Jim Nesta a years ago+5

    I was stationed just outside Columbia at Ft. Jackson in 1969 for training. We used to go downtown on Main St. and go to a GI coffee house called the UFO.

  • JRB
    JRB 2 years ago+9

    Cars looked so much better then

  • J M
    J M 7 days ago+1

    Mulberry’s original land owner not house was my 7th great grandfather John Edward drake

  • Tilford Jackson
    Tilford Jackson 2 years ago+6

    Go Gamecocks!

  • Chris Zacho
    Chris Zacho 5 months ago+5

    Interesting how he so smoothly skirts just who it was who really built those beautiful plantations and the wealth that lived within them. Almost raising them to glory even though he never says the word.

  • lane railly
    lane railly 11 months ago+2

    I live in Seattle but I am originally from S.C. and was shocked to see the street and house I lived in during the late 60s and early 70s in the part about textile mills and housing for employees

  • Sean McGinnis
    Sean McGinnis a years ago+3

    This video makes me want to eat peaches

  • ljcteehee
    ljcteehee 5 years ago+2

    Lancaster was so idyllic then.

  • Tony Shelton
    Tony Shelton 6 days ago

    I remember being very afraid of that Cooper River Bridge crossing but Sad to have seen it go down,....Charleston was a GREAT place until the Blacks OFFSPRING has Destroyed most of its Reputation.

  • Martha Graham
    Martha Graham 8 months ago+2

    I grew up in Horry county in south carolina, Conway, myrtle Beach & aynor in the fifties best first 13 yrs of my life when families meant something both black & white.

  • twofivesc
    twofivesc a years ago+3

    great video thanks keep South Carolina beautiful

  • Pomerodia
    Pomerodia 3 years ago+7

    Angry Grandpa was born there in 1950...

  • Dan Michaels
    Dan Michaels 5 years ago+5

    Thank you for sharing this. I find it really interesting from a historical perspective.

  • Meade Music
    Meade Music 3 years ago+13

    A great time to be alive!