| 1940 (1940), 1950|
2 March 1979
| Behles, F. Paul|
| 1644 Main St., Columbia, South Carolina|
Sumter National Forest, EdVenture, Williams‑Brice Stadium, House of Peace Synagogue, Columbia Museum of Art
Building at 1644 Main Street Wikipedia
Building at 1644 Main Street, also known as Tapp's Department Store, is a historic commercial building located at Columbia, South Carolina. It was built in 1940, and enlarged in 1950. It is a five- to seven-story, Depression Modern building faced in stucco and dark tremolite stone. Above the main entrance is a distinctive clock face and a sign with large freestanding letters. Tapp's Department Store closed in 1995.
It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1979.