The Reynolds House | History of SC Slide Collection
The Reynolds House | History of SC Slide Collection
Episode 1

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The Reynolds House, Camden, was built by Dr. George Reynolds in the early 1830s. A fine example of Greek Revival style, it serves here as a showcase for the family gathered on the porch and surrounded...
Keowee Plantation | History of SC Slide Collection
Keowee Plantation | History of SC Slide Collection
Episode 3

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Keowee Plantation was the home of John Ewing and Flouride Bonneau Calhoun. A Greek Revival mansion on the hill is surrounded by the outbuildings of this Upcountry plantation, showing the system of...
Longstreet Theater | History of SC Slide Collection
Longstreet Theater | History of SC Slide Collection
Episode 4

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Work began in 1852 on the magnificent Classical Revival auditorium and chapel building on the campus of South Carolina College, originally called College Hall, but now known as the Longstreet Theater...
The Columns | History Of SC Slide Collection
The Columns | History Of SC Slide Collection
Episode 5

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The Columns, also known as the Rankin or Johnson House, was built near Florence by Dr. William R. Johnson around 1850-60. The full-fa├žade porch of its Classical Revival architecture represents a style...
Cornwallis House | History of SC Slide Collection
Cornwallis House | History of SC Slide Collection
Episode 6

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The Cornwallis House in Camden was the headquarters of Cornwallis for the winter the British troops remained there during the Revolutionary War in an attempt to pacify the South Carolina backcountry....