Rosemary Hall – North Augusta, South Carolina
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Rosemary Hall, as it was called when constructed in 1902, has been part of the North Augusta landscape since the town was founded.
Built by James U. Jackson, North Augusta’s founder, Rosemary Hall was home to his daughter Edith and her family until the 1980s.
Today, the historic landmark is listed on the National Register and serves as the Rosemary Inn Bed & Breakfast.
SCIWAY thanks Andy Hunter of Denmark for contributing this picture, taken in 2010. Andy also shares, “This old house holds a special place in my heart as I went to kindergarten in the back of the mansion from 1962-1963.”
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