File:Hillers, J.K. 13 - Wrecked brick house on Tradd Street, 1886.jpg

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English: Fissure and a wrecked brick house on Tradd Street, Charleston, South Carolina. Charleston Earthquake of August 31, 1886.
Date 1886
Source US Geological Survey Photographic Library
Author John Karl Hillers
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