116 Broad Street, Charleston, SC 29401, USA    

Kathy Leslie


Circa 1763. John Rutledge, first governor of South Carolina, Supreme Court Justice, and an author and signer of the Constitution of the United States, wrote first drafts of the document in the stately ballroom of...

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Two hundred years of American history in two nights; first-class accommodations, great staff. John Rutledge should've had it so good!

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