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Hampton-Preston House & Garden [slide]

Creator:
Hamptons, Wade, General
Hampton, Mary Cantey
Preston, John
Moses, Emma
Ursuline Nun Convent
Womens College
J. Edward Pinckney & Assoc. La
Hall, Ainsley
Chicora College for Women
Landscape Architect:
Dargan, Hugh
Architect:
Yate & Phillips
Type:
Projected media
Place:
United States of America, South Carolina, Richland County, Columbia
South Carolina
Columbia
Hampton-Preston House and Garden (Columbia, South Carolina)
Date:
1920
Notes:
The house was constructed in 1818 and today is a reminder of ante-bellum society. The property was restored and Mary Cantey Hampton's Garden was recreated. Hugh Dargan, a landscape architect, spent three years monitoring the process of landscape restoration. Image is property of the Richland County Historical Preservation Commission. Postcard.
Topic:
Spring
Gardens, English
Climbing plants
Hedges
Walkways
Gardens
Local number:
SC032010
Data Source:
Archives of American Gardens

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