Early 20th century Broad Street postcard view of the water trough for livestock. Courtesy of the AFLLC Collection – 2017. Just one of hundreds of historic addresses – sites in Kershaw County to explore and enjoy on the pages of Roots and Recall!
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Chesnut – Kennedy – Von Tresckow home.
Circa 1950 image of the Buckston Plantation [Image courtesy of the Camden Archives and Museum]
City Laundry on Broad St., ca. 1950s. Courtesy of the Camden A&M – Monarch Collection
The old fire dept. building remains on Rutledge Street (rt corner).
The Little home burned in 1923 and was replaced with the theater.
Shannon Hill, (Lee Co., SC), located on Highway 15 about one- half mile from the Lynches River Bridge, is the site of the last duel fought in South Carolina. The duel was fought on July 5, 1880, and ended in the death of Colonel Shannon at the hands of his antagonist, Mr. Cash. (Information from: Names in South Carolina by C.H. Neuffer, Published by the S.C. Dept. of English, USC)
Image courtesy of the Segars Collection – 2005
Image courtesy of photographer Bill Segars – 2004
Image courtesy of the Library of Congress – HABS Collection
Disposing of moonshine in front of the J.J. Newberry Building in August of 1952 – Courtesy of the Camden Archives and Museum
Corner of Broad and DeKalb in the early 20th century. Courtesy of the Camden Archives and Museum – 2013