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Anderson Historic District (Anderson, South Carolina)

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NRHP Reference #  71000739
Year built  1912
Area  202 ha
Added to NRHP  13 December 1971
Anderson Historic District (Anderson, South Carolina)
Location  Bounded by Hampton, Main, Franklin, McDuffie, Benson, and Fant Sts., Anderson, South Carolina
Architectural style  Classical Revival, Other, Romanesque, Eclectic

The city of Anderson, South Carolina, began in 1826 with the formation of Anderson County. The amount of cotton being grown in the area allowed for the construction of mills and the town developed. Specific to the Anderson Historic District, much is residential and the homes show a number of different architectural styles, including Greek Revival, Romanesque Revival, Victorian, and Colonial Revival. Some modern buildings have been interspersed in the district, but much of the very accessible area is historically intact. The Anderson Historic District was listed in the National Register on December 13, 1971.

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Anderson Historic District (Anderson, South Carolina) Wikipedia


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