Pamela Rasp of New York City, N.Y. walks out of the front door of 1405 Bay Street. During a recent renovation writing was discovered on the green wall of the drawing room that has been determined to be Union Army telegraph code that was used to communicate between Beaufort and Hilton Head Island and Charleston.
Pamela Rasp of New York City, N.Y. walks out of the front door of 1405 Bay Street. During a recent renovation writing was discovered on the green wall of the drawing room that has been determined to be Union Army telegraph code that was used to communicate between Beaufort and Hilton Head Island and Charleston. Delayna Earley/Staff photo
Pamela Rasp of New York City, N.Y. walks out of the front door of 1405 Bay Street. During a recent renovation writing was discovered on the green wall of the drawing room that has been determined to be Union Army telegraph code that was used to communicate between Beaufort and Hilton Head Island and Charleston. Delayna Earley/Staff photo

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