135 North Hampton Avenue
City Directories and History: The Williamsburg County Library, a Carnegie Foundation library, was built in 1916 at a cost of $6,000. The builder was a Mr. Gandy. It now serves as the Williamsburg Museum. Buildt in 1916 one-story brick build ing with raised basement. The windows in the basement are rectangular with flat brick arches. The main story has a round arched entrance with stone keystone, round arched windows, and fanlight transoms. The building has block modillions and a hipped roof. (SCDAH)
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IMAGE GALLERY via photographer Bill Segars – 2009
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