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The section of Church St. was the inspiration for "Catfish Row" in the Dubose Heyward story "Porgy." This story later became the basis for George Gershwin's opera "Porgy and Bess," a fictionalized glimpse of black life in Charleston during the 1920s. The character "Porgy" was based on an actual Charlestonian, Samuel Smalls. Private homes and specialty shops now line the area.
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Coastal & Islands
89-91 Church ST,
Charleston, SC 29413
(843) 853-8000
Info & Amenities
I-26 E. to Meeting St., left on Pinckney St., right on Church St.
Days and Hours of Operation
M-Su. Exterior viewing only of private home