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Success Stories

The following Success Stories highlight how programs of the State Historic Preservation Office have contributed to the preservation of some of South Carolina's diverse historic properties. The documents are in Adobe PDF format.

National Register of Historic Places
     Pacolet Mill Office, Spartanburg County 
     Segregation in Columbia MPS, Richland County

Statewide Survey of Historic Properties
     City of Conway, Horry County 
     Rosenwald Schools Program, Statewide 
     Horry County Survey, Horry County

Review & Compliance
Walnut Grove Tower, Table Rock State Park, Pickens County 
     Catawba-Wateree Hydro Relicensing, Multiple Counties 
     Florence National Cemetery Expansion, Florence County 
     Anderson House, Charleston County
     Redevelopment Authority Programmatic Agreement, Greenville County 
     Lowman Hall, SC State University, Orangeburg County
     H.L. Hunley, Charleston County

     Dr. Samuel Marshall Orr House, Anderson County 
     American Legion Post 28, Spartanburg County 
     McCollum-Murray House, Williamsburg County 
     Church of the Holy Cross, Sumter County 
     Main Street Children's Museum, York County

State Tax Incentives for Homeowners
     Henry Street House, Charleston County 
     A.F. Spigner House, Richland County 
     W.T. Askins House, Florence County 
     Appin, Marlboro County 
     608 Otis Boulevard, Spartanburg County 

Federal Tax Incentives for Income-Producing Property
     Highland Park Manufacturing, York County 
     2120 Avenue D, Charleston County 
     Winyah Indigo School, Georgetown County

Certified Local Government
City of Columbia, Richland County 
     City of Beaufort, Beaufort County