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Alice Ravenel Huger Smith Collection

The Alice Ravenel Huger Smith Collection contains the book, Twenty Drawings of the Pringle House (1917). This book was a collaboration with her father, D.E. Huger Smith.

Alice R. Huger Smith (1876-1958), was part of the Charleston Renaissance and is remembered as a painter, printmaker, author, illustrator, historian and historic …

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Alice Ravenel Huger Smith Collection

America's Coastal Highway

America’s Coastal Highway: A Motor Trail in Sound of the Surf, was published in 1928, by Registered Service International in Greensboro, N.C. The book offered “reliable statements of attractions, facts and features on trails for motorists”. The book introduced the “new” North/South Highway to the motorists of America, …

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America's Coastal Highway

Andrews Museum Collection

The Andrews Museum Collection features photographs taken of the century old town of Andrews, South Carolina. Founded in 1909, Andrews was formed when the towns of Rosemary and Harpers merged. Known for its railway lines and lumber mills, Andrews quickly became a town that had a lot to offer. Churches, retail stores, movie theaters and …

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Andrews Museum Collection

Beaty Family Scrapbook

The Beaty Family Scrapbook contains images of the family during their time spent in Murrells Inlet during the years 1908-1915. The family purchased the Hermitage in 1905 and spent many happy days fishing and swimming in the inlet.

 

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Beaty Family Scrapbook

Belle W. Baruch Collection

The Belle W. Baruch Collection features photographs provided by the Belle W. Baruch Foundation. In 1905, Bernard M. Baruch purchased and merged 11 former plantations as a winter hunting retreat calling it Hobcaw Barony. Today, Hobcaw includes 17,500 acres of research reserve left by his daughter Belle W. Baruch and is one of the few …

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Belle W. Baruch Collection

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