901 Laurens Street
A.S. Salley House
Alexander Samuel Salley, a long term advocate of South Carolina history and former director of the South Carolina Department of Archives and History, lived at this property from 1909 until his death in 1961. During his occupancy, Salley built a separate library building at 1917 College Street, which today is used as a separate residence. After Salley’s tenure, Joseph Daniel Sapp, an early advocate for the preservation of the University Hill neighborhood, lived here.