The William Levin Building in Beaufort, SC

Sugar and I are out for a stroll in Beaufort when we see this sign.

  

Contributing to the building 

boom after The Great Fire of

1907, the Levin Building housed

the Levin law offices and that of

Sheriff J. E. McTeer, who 1924-

1963, used voodoo in keeping

the law in Beaufort County. 

Do you remember Agnes and Daniel Mann who owned and lived in the Saltus house before the Civil War? One of their sons was sheriff before McTeer. 

Here are a few more shots of the Mann/Saltus house. I love this house. I want to marry it. 

   
    
 
Of course, Sugar has a connection to McTeer. Sugar’s father knew him. 

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2 Responses to “The William Levin Building in Beaufort, SC”

  1. Susanne Says:

    More Beaufort, please! Another place we visited on a memorable road trip through N/S Carolina and coastal Georgia. Beaufort is a jewel of the south. You’re making me want to go back!

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