National Register of Historic Places listings in Columbia, South Carolina

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Location of Columbia in South Carolina

This is a list of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Columbia, South Carolina.

This is intended to be a complete list of the properties and districts on the National Register of Historic Places in Columbia, South Carolina, United States. The locations of National Register properties and districts for which the latitude and longitude coordinates are included below, may be seen on a map.[1]

There are 167 properties and districts listed on the National Register in Richland County, including 5 National Historic Landmarks. The city of Columbia is the location of 131 of these properties and districts, including all of the National Historic Landmarks; they are listed here, while the properties and districts in the remaining parts of the county are listed separately. Another 3 properties in Columbia were once listed but have been removed.

This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted December 7, 2018.[2]
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Current listings[edit]

[3] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[5] Location Description
1 Allen University
Allen University
April 14, 1975
(#75001705)
1530 Harden St.
34°00′38″N 81°01′14″W / 34.010556°N 81.020556°W / 34.010556; -81.020556 (Allen University)
2 Alston House
Alston House
March 2, 1979
(#79003359)
1811 Gervais St.
34°00′16″N 81°01′25″W / 34.004444°N 81.023611°W / 34.004444; -81.023611 (Alston House)
3 Alta Vista-Camp Fornance-Newman Park Historic District
Alta Vista-Camp Fornance-Newman Park Historic District
November 17, 2015
(#15000808)
Bounded by Lakewood Ave., Seaboard Airline RR., Earlewood & Marshall Parks, Northwood, Park, Lindsay & Marlboro Sts.
34°01′23″N 81°02′52″W / 34.0231°N 81.0479°W / 34.0231; -81.0479 (Alta Vista-Camp Fornance-Newman Park Historic District)
4 Arcade Building
Arcade Building
November 17, 1982
(#82001525)
1332 Main St.
34°00′12″N 81°02′04″W / 34.003333°N 81.034444°W / 34.003333; -81.034444 (Arcade Building)
5 Arsenal Hill
Arsenal Hill
November 23, 1971
(#71000795)
1800 Lincoln St.
34°00′29″N 81°02′32″W / 34.008056°N 81.042222°W / 34.008056; -81.042222 (Arsenal Hill)
Palmetto Iron Works and Armory
6 Babcock Building, South Carolina State Hospital
Babcock Building, South Carolina State Hospital
October 30, 1981
(#81000570)
Bull St.
34°00′51″N 81°01′49″W / 34.014167°N 81.030278°W / 34.014167; -81.030278 (Babcock Building, South Carolina State Hospital)
7 Bellevue Historic District
Bellevue Historic District
September 30, 1997
(#97001206)
Roughly bounded by Sumter St., Anthony Ave., Bull St., and Elmwood Ave.
34°01′09″N 81°02′19″W / 34.019167°N 81.038611°W / 34.019167; -81.038611 (Bellevue Historic District)
8 Benedict College Historic District April 20, 1987
(#87000809)
Roughly bounded by Laurel, Oak, Taylor, and Harden Sts. on the Benedict College campus
34°00′43″N 81°01′12″W / 34.011944°N 81.02°W / 34.011944; -81.02 (Benedict College Historic District)
9 Florence C. Benson Elementary School
Florence C. Benson Elementary School
October 7, 2009
(#09000819)
226 Bull St.
33°59′25″N 81°01′21″W / 33.990256°N 81.022467°W / 33.990256; -81.022467 (Florence C. Benson Elementary School)
10 Bethel A.M.E. Church
Bethel A.M.E. Church
May 24, 1982
(#82003899)
1528 Sumter St.
34°00′25″N 81°02′03″W / 34.006944°N 81.034167°W / 34.006944; -81.034167 (Bethel A.M.E. Church)
11 BROWN'S FERRY VESSEL May 18, 1979
(#79002391)
Address Restricted
Currently on exhibit at the Rice Museum in Georgetown, South Carolina
12 Building at 1210-1214 Main Street
Building at 1210-1214 Main Street
March 2, 1979
(#79003361)
1210-1214 Main St.
34°00′04″N 81°02′07″W / 34.001111°N 81.035278°W / 34.001111; -81.035278 (Building at 1210-1214 Main Street)
13 Building at 1644 Main Street
Building at 1644 Main Street
March 2, 1979
(#79003377)
1644 Main St.
34°00′27″N 81°02′11″W / 34.0075°N 81.036389°W / 34.0075; -81.036389 (Building at 1644 Main Street)
14 Building at 1722-1724 Main Street
Building at 1722-1724 Main Street
November 25, 1980
(#80003694)
1722-1724 Main St.
34°00′30″N 81°02′13″W / 34.008333°N 81.036944°W / 34.008333; -81.036944 (Building at 1722-1724 Main Street)
15 Building at 303 Saluda Avenue
Building at 303 Saluda Avenue
May 24, 1982
(#82003900)
303 Saluda Ave.
33°59′34″N 81°01′02″W / 33.992778°N 81.017222°W / 33.992778; -81.017222 (Building at 303 Saluda Avenue)
16 Caldwell-Hampton-Boylston House
Caldwell-Hampton-Boylston House
May 6, 1971
(#71000796)
829 Richland St.
34°00′32″N 81°02′36″W / 34.008889°N 81.043333°W / 34.008889; -81.043333 (Caldwell-Hampton-Boylston House)
17 John C. Calhoun State Office Building
John C. Calhoun State Office Building
September 23, 2011
(#11000703)
1015 Sumter St.
33°59′57″N 81°01′51″W / 33.999167°N 81.030833°W / 33.999167; -81.030833 (John C. Calhoun State Office Building)
18 Canal Dime Savings Bank
Canal Dime Savings Bank
November 25, 1980
(#80004468)
1530 Main St.
34°00′20″N 81°02′08″W / 34.005556°N 81.035556°W / 34.005556; -81.035556 (Canal Dime Savings Bank)
19 Carolina Life Insurance Company
Carolina Life Insurance Company
July 11, 2016
(#16000444)
1501 Lady St.
34°00′15″N 81°01′44″W / 34.004234°N 81.028991°W / 34.004234; -81.028991 (Carolina Life Insurance Company)
20 Carver Theatre
Carver Theatre
July 17, 2003
(#03000658)
1519 Harden St.
34°00′37″N 81°01′18″W / 34.010278°N 81.021667°W / 34.010278; -81.021667 (Carver Theatre)
21 Champion and Pearson Funeral Home
Champion and Pearson Funeral Home
July 17, 2017
(#100001334)
1325 Park St.
34°00′09″N 81°02′17″W / 34.002402°N 81.038185°W / 34.002402; -81.038185 (Champion and Pearson Funeral Home)
22 Chappelle Administration Building
Chappelle Administration Building
December 8, 1976
(#76001710)
1530 Harden St.
34°00′39″N 81°01′16″W / 34.010833°N 81.021111°W / 34.010833; -81.021111 (Chappelle Administration Building)
23 Chesnut Cottage
Chesnut Cottage
May 6, 1971
(#71000797)
1718 Hampton St.
34°00′27″N 81°01′37″W / 34.0075°N 81.026944°W / 34.0075; -81.026944 (Chesnut Cottage)
24 Claussen's Bakery
Claussen's Bakery
March 9, 1987
(#87000401)
2001-2003 Green St.
34°00′00″N 81°01′05″W / 34.0°N 81.018056°W / 34.0; -81.018056 (Claussen's Bakery)
25 Columbia Canal
Columbia Canal
January 15, 1979
(#79002392)
Eastern bank of the Broad and Congaree Rivers from the Diversion dam to the Southern railroad bridge
34°00′06″N 81°03′21″W / 34.001667°N 81.055833°W / 34.001667; -81.055833 (Columbia Canal)
26 Columbia Central Fire Station
Columbia Central Fire Station
September 25, 2009
(#08001396)
1001 Senate St.
33°59′58″N 81°02′10″W / 33.999325°N 81.0361°W / 33.999325; -81.0361 (Columbia Central Fire Station)
27 Columbia City Hall
Columbia City Hall
June 19, 1973
(#73001725)
Main and Laurel Sts.
34°00′32″N 81°02′15″W / 34.008889°N 81.0375°W / 34.008889; -81.0375 (Columbia City Hall)
28 Columbia Commercial Historic District
Columbia Commercial Historic District
October 20, 2014
(#14000875)
Portions of Main, Blanding, Taylor & Sumter Sts.
34°00′27″N 81°02′07″W / 34.0075°N 81.0352°W / 34.0075; -81.0352 (Columbia Commercial Historic District)
29 Columbia Electric Street Railway, Light & Power Substation
Columbia Electric Street Railway, Light & Power Substation
February 4, 2011
(#10001220)
Main and Laurel Sts.
34°00′09″N 81°02′10″W / 34.0025°N 81.036111°W / 34.0025; -81.036111 (Columbia Electric Street Railway, Light & Power Substation)
30 Columbia Historic District I
Columbia Historic District I
May 6, 1971
(#71000798)
Roughly bounded by Elmwood, Assembly, Laurel, and Wayne Sts.
34°00′37″N 81°02′13″W / 34.010278°N 81.036944°W / 34.010278; -81.036944 (Columbia Historic District I)
31 Columbia Historic District II
Columbia Historic District II
May 6, 1971
(#71000799)
Roughly bounded by Taylor, Richland, Pickens, and Barnwell Sts.
• Boundary increase (listed June 28, 1982: Blanding, Laurel, Richland, Calhoun, Marion, Bull, Pickens, Henderson, and Barnwell Sts.
• Boundary change (listed October 2, 2018: 1328 Blanding St.

34°00′39″N 81°02′01″W / 34.010833°N 81.033611°W / 34.010833; -81.033611 (Columbia Historic District II)
32 Columbia Mills Building
Columbia Mills Building
May 24, 1982
(#82003902)
On the Congaree River
33°59′55″N 81°02′53″W / 33.998611°N 81.048056°W / 33.998611; -81.048056 (Columbia Mills Building)
Now houses the South Carolina State Museum
33 Columbia Township Auditorium
Columbia Township Auditorium
September 28, 2005
(#05001104)
1703 Taylor St.
34°00′33″N 81°04′40″W / 34.009167°N 81.077778°W / 34.009167; -81.077778 (Columbia Township Auditorium)
34 Confederate Printing Plant
Confederate Printing Plant
March 28, 1979
(#79002393)
501 Gervais St.
33°59′53″N 81°02′41″W / 33.998056°N 81.044722°W / 33.998056; -81.044722 (Confederate Printing Plant)
35 Consolidated Building
Consolidated Building
March 2, 1979
(#79003373)
1326-1330 Main St.
34°00′12″N 81°02′04″W / 34.003333°N 81.034444°W / 34.003333; -81.034444 (Consolidated Building)
36 Harriet M. Cornwell Tourist House
Harriet M. Cornwell Tourist House
October 5, 2007
(#07001083)
1713 Wayne St.
34°00′27″N 81°02′43″W / 34.0075°N 81.045278°W / 34.0075; -81.045278 (Harriet M. Cornwell Tourist House)
37 Curtiss-Wright Hangar
Curtiss-Wright Hangar
April 30, 1998
(#98000418)
1400 Jim Hamilton Boulevard
33°58′34″N 81°00′07″W / 33.976111°N 81.001944°W / 33.976111; -81.001944 (Curtiss-Wright Hangar)
38 Debruhl-Marshall House
Debruhl-Marshall House
March 23, 1972
(#72001218)
1401 Laurel St.
34°00′38″N 81°02′02″W / 34.010556°N 81.033889°W / 34.010556; -81.033889 (Debruhl-Marshall House)
39 Dovillers-Manning-Magoffin House
Dovillers-Manning-Magoffin House
March 2, 1979
(#79003358)
4203 St. Clair Dr.
34°00′34″N 80°58′39″W / 34.009444°N 80.9775°W / 34.009444; -80.9775 (Dovillers-Manning-Magoffin House)
40 Eau Claire Town Hall and Survey Publishing Company Building
Eau Claire Town Hall and Survey Publishing Company Building
March 2, 1979
(#79003371)
3904 Monticello Rd.
34°02′21″N 81°03′08″W / 34.039167°N 81.052222°W / 34.039167; -81.052222 (Eau Claire Town Hall and Survey Publishing Company Building)
41 Ebenezer Lutheran Chapel
Ebenezer Lutheran Chapel
March 2, 1979
(#79003365)
1301 Richland St.
34°00′41″N 81°02′09″W / 34.011389°N 81.035833°W / 34.011389; -81.035833 (Ebenezer Lutheran Chapel)
42 Efird's Department Store
Efird's Department Store
October 9, 2012
(#12000850)
1601 Main St.
34°00′24″N 81°02′10″W / 34.006575°N 81.036122°W / 34.006575; -81.036122 (Efird's Department Store)
43 Elmwood Cemetery
Elmwood Cemetery
September 6, 1996
(#96000984)
501 Elmwood Ave.
34°00′50″N 81°03′13″W / 34.013889°N 81.053611°W / 34.013889; -81.053611 (Elmwood Cemetery)
44 Elmwood Park Historic District
Elmwood Park Historic District
May 3, 1991
(#91000529)
Roughly bounded by Elmwood Ave., Main St. and the former Seaboard Air Line railroad tracks
• Boundary increase (listed May 13, 2002, refnum 02000477): 2113 Park St.

34°00′49″N 81°02′34″W / 34.013611°N 81.042778°W / 34.013611; -81.042778 (Elmwood Park Historic District)
45 Ensor-Keenan House
Ensor-Keenan House
March 2, 1979
(#79003360)
801 Wildwood Ave.
34°02′38″N 81°02′31″W / 34.043889°N 81.041944°W / 34.043889; -81.041944 (Ensor-Keenan House)
46 Fair-Rutherford and Rutherford Houses
Fair-Rutherford and Rutherford Houses
April 5, 1984
(#84002093)
1326 and 1330 Gregg St.
34°00′25″N 81°01′24″W / 34.006944°N 81.023333°W / 34.006944; -81.023333 (Fair-Rutherford and Rutherford Houses)
47 Federal Land Bank Building
Federal Land Bank Building
February 3, 2015
(#14001242)
1401 Hampton St.
34°00′23″N 81°02′02″W / 34.0064°N 81.034°W / 34.0064; -81.034 (Federal Land Bank Building)
48 First Baptist Church
First Baptist Church
January 25, 1971
(#71000800)
1306 Hampton St.
34°00′20″N 81°02′00″W / 34.005556°N 81.033333°W / 34.005556; -81.033333 (First Baptist Church)
49 First National Bank
First National Bank
November 25, 1980
(#80003695)
1208 Washington St.
34°00′13″N 81°02′04″W / 34.003611°N 81.034444°W / 34.003611; -81.034444 (First National Bank)
50 First Presbyterian Church
First Presbyterian Church
January 25, 1971
(#71000801)
1324 Marion St.
34°00′14″N 81°01′51″W / 34.003889°N 81.030833°W / 34.003889; -81.030833 (First Presbyterian Church)
51 Forest Hills Historic District
Forest Hills Historic District
September 28, 2007
(#07001024)
Bounded by Gervais St., Manning St., Forest Dr., and Glenwood Rd.
34°00′45″N 81°00′12″W / 34.012617°N 81.003336°W / 34.012617; -81.003336 (Forest Hills Historic District)
52 Gervais Street Bridge
Gervais Street Bridge
November 25, 1980
(#80003676)
Spans the Congaree River
33°59′47″N 81°02′55″W / 33.996389°N 81.048611°W / 33.996389; -81.048611 (Gervais Street Bridge)
Extends into West Columbia in Lexington County
53 Good Samaritan-Waverly Hospital
Good Samaritan-Waverly Hospital
July 28, 2008
(#08000738)
2204 Hampton St.
34°00′37″N 81°01′08″W / 34.010403°N 81.018972°W / 34.010403; -81.018972 (Good Samaritan-Waverly Hospital)
54 Granby Mill Village Historic District
Granby Mill Village Historic District
September 20, 1993
(#93000905)
Roughly bounded by Catawba, Gist, Heyward, and Church Sts.
33°58′59″N 81°02′22″W / 33.983056°N 81.039444°W / 33.983056; -81.039444 (Granby Mill Village Historic District)
55 Greyhound Bus Depot
Greyhound Bus Depot
December 28, 1989
(#82005383)
1200 Blanding St.
34°00′29″N 81°02′08″W / 34.008056°N 81.035556°W / 34.008056; -81.035556 (Greyhound Bus Depot)
56 Hale-Elmore-Seibels House
Hale-Elmore-Seibels House
May 6, 1971
(#71000804)
1601 Richland St.
34°00′46″N 81°01′53″W / 34.012778°N 81.031389°W / 34.012778; -81.031389 (Hale-Elmore-Seibels House)
57 Ainsley Hall House
Ainsley Hall House
July 16, 1970
(#70000595)
1616 Blanding St.
34°00′34″N 81°01′45″W / 34.009444°N 81.029167°W / 34.009444; -81.029167 (Ainsley Hall House)
Robert Mills House
58 Hampton-Preston House
Hampton-Preston House
July 29, 1969
(#69000172)
1615 Blanding St.
34°00′37″N 81°01′46″W / 34.010278°N 81.029444°W / 34.010278; -81.029444 (Hampton-Preston House)
59 Harden Street Substation
Harden Street Substation
September 28, 2005
(#05001103)
1901 Harden St.
34°00′53″N 81°01′25″W / 34.014722°N 81.023611°W / 34.014722; -81.023611 (Harden Street Substation)
60 Heslep House
Heslep House
March 2, 1979
(#79003378)
203 Saluda Ave.
33°59′31″N 81°01′00″W / 33.991944°N 81.016667°W / 33.991944; -81.016667 (Heslep House)
61 Horry-Guignard House
Horry-Guignard House
May 6, 1971
(#71000802)
1527 Senate St.
34°00′06″N 81°01′38″W / 34.001667°N 81.027222°W / 34.001667; -81.027222 (Horry-Guignard House)
62 House of Peace Synagogue
House of Peace Synagogue
August 28, 1979
(#79003354)
Hampton and Park Sts.
34°00′15″N 81°02′18″W / 34.004167°N 81.038333°W / 34.004167; -81.038333 (House of Peace Synagogue)
Also known as the Big Apple Club.
63 B.B. Kirkland Seed and Distributing Company
B.B. Kirkland Seed and Distributing Company
March 2, 1979
(#79003370)
912 Lady St.
34°00′03″N 81°02′18″W / 34.000833°N 81.038333°W / 34.000833; -81.038333 (B.B. Kirkland Seed and Distributing Company)
64 Kress Building
Kress Building
March 2, 1979
(#79003376)
1508 Main St.
34°00′20″N 81°02′08″W / 34.005556°N 81.035556°W / 34.005556; -81.035556 (Kress Building)
65 Lace House
Lace House
December 17, 1969
(#69000173)
803 Richland St.
34°00′31″N 81°02′39″W / 34.008611°N 81.044167°W / 34.008611; -81.044167 (Lace House)
66 Ladson Presbyterian Church
Ladson Presbyterian Church
April 30, 1998
(#98000419)
1720 Sumter St.
34°00′33″N 81°02′07″W / 34.009167°N 81.035278°W / 34.009167; -81.035278 (Ladson Presbyterian Church)
67 Lever Building
Lever Building
March 2, 1979
(#79003372)
1613 Main St.
34°00′24″N 81°02′12″W / 34.006667°N 81.036667°W / 34.006667; -81.036667 (Lever Building)
68 Logan School
Logan School
March 2, 1979
(#79003367)
815 Elmwood Ave.
34°00′43″N 81°02′42″W / 34.011944°N 81.045°W / 34.011944; -81.045 (Logan School)
69 Preston C. Lorick House
Preston C. Lorick House
February 23, 1972
(#72001219)
1727 Hampton St.
34°00′29″N 81°01′35″W / 34.008056°N 81.026389°W / 34.008056; -81.026389 (Preston C. Lorick House)
70 Lutheran Theological Seminary Building: Beam Dormitory
Lutheran Theological Seminary Building: Beam Dormitory
August 28, 1979
(#79003353)
4201 Main St.
34°02′32″N 81°02′04″W / 34.042222°N 81.034444°W / 34.042222; -81.034444 (Lutheran Theological Seminary Building: Beam Dormitory)
71 Lyles-Gudmundson House
Lyles-Gudmundson House
March 2, 1979
(#79003364)
Address Restricted
33°59′32″N 81°00′55″W / 33.992222°N 81.015278°W / 33.992222; -81.015278 (Lyles-Gudmundson House)
72 Mann-Simons Cottage
Mann-Simons Cottage
April 23, 1973
(#73001726)
1403 Richland St.
34°00′42″N 81°02′04″W / 34.011667°N 81.034444°W / 34.011667; -81.034444 (Mann-Simons Cottage)
73 McCord House
McCord House
March 2, 1979
(#79003357)
1431 Pendleton St.
33°59′59″N 81°01′41″W / 33.999722°N 81.028056°W / 33.999722; -81.028056 (McCord House)
74 McMaster School
McMaster School
July 25, 1997
(#97000777)
1106 Pickens St.
34°00′08″N 81°01′34″W / 34.002222°N 81.026111°W / 34.002222; -81.026111 (McMaster School)
75 Melrose Heights-Oak Lawn-Fairview Historic District
Melrose Heights-Oak Lawn-Fairview Historic District
November 2, 2016
(#16000756)
Bounded by Butler and Princeton Sts., Maiden Ln., Michigan St. and Millwood Ave., Woodrow and King Sts., Kirby St., Trenholm Rd.
34°00′19″N 80°59′48″W / 34.005277°N 80.996741°W / 34.005277; -80.996741 (Melrose Heights-Oak Lawn-Fairview Historic District)
76 Miller Brothers Cotton Warehouse
Miller Brothers Cotton Warehouse
May 3, 2016
(#16000227)
705 Gervais St.
33°59′57″N 81°02′28″W / 33.999130°N 81.041039°W / 33.999130; -81.041039 (Miller Brothers Cotton Warehouse)
77 Millwood
Millwood
March 18, 1971
(#71000803)
East of Columbia on Garner's Ferry Rd.
33°59′16″N 80°57′45″W / 33.987778°N 80.9625°W / 33.987778; -80.9625 (Millwood)
Home of Wade Hampton II.
78 Moore-Mann House
Moore-Mann House
March 2, 1979
(#79003363)
1611 Hampton St.
34°00′27″N 81°01′43″W / 34.0075°N 81.028611°W / 34.0075; -81.028611 (Moore-Mann House)
79 National Loan and Exchange Bank Building
National Loan and Exchange Bank Building
March 2, 1979
(#79003374)
1338 Main St.
34°00′13″N 81°02′05″W / 34.003611°N 81.034722°W / 34.003611; -81.034722 (National Loan and Exchange Bank Building)
80 Nipper Creek (38RD18) December 24, 1986
(#86003474)
Address Restricted
81 North Carolina Mutual Building
North Carolina Mutual Building
January 20, 1995
(#94001570)
1001, 1001½, and 1003 Washington St.
34°00′10″N 81°02′17″W / 34.002778°N 81.038056°W / 34.002778; -81.038056 (North Carolina Mutual Building)
82 North Columbia Fire Station No. 7
North Columbia Fire Station No. 7
June 1, 2005
(#05000518)
2622 N. Main St.
34°01′14″N 81°02′32″W / 34.020556°N 81.042222°W / 34.020556; -81.042222 (North Columbia Fire Station No. 7)
83 Old Campus District, University of South Carolina
Old Campus District, University of South Carolina
June 5, 1970
(#70000596)
Bounded by Pendleton, Sumter, Pickens, and Green Sts.
33°59′47″N 81°01′43″W / 33.996389°N 81.028611°W / 33.996389; -81.028611 (Old Campus District, University of South Carolina)
84 Old Shandon Historic District
Old Shandon Historic District
September 2, 2003
(#03000887)
Roughly bounded by Cypress, Lee, Maple, Preston, and Woodrow St.
34°00′04″N 81°00′15″W / 34.001111°N 81.004167°W / 34.001111; -81.004167 (Old Shandon Historic District)
85 Olympia Mill
Olympia Mill
February 2, 2005
(#04001590)
500 Heyward St.
33°58′58″N 81°02′11″W / 33.982778°N 81.036389°W / 33.982778; -81.036389 (Olympia Mill)
86 Olympia Mill School
Olympia Mill School
May 29, 2018
(#100002527)
1170 Olympia Ave
33°58′44″N 81°01′41″W / 33.9789°N 81.0281°W / 33.9789; -81.0281 (Olympia Mill School)
87 Olympia Union Hall
Olympia Union Hall
January 24, 2017
(#100000571)
119 S. Parker St.
33°59′00″N 81°02′02″W / 33.983400°N 81.033978°W / 33.983400; -81.033978 (Olympia Union Hall)
88 Owen Building
Owen Building
June 14, 2013
(#13000398)
1321 Lady St.
34°00′14″N 81°01′54″W / 34.003880°N 81.031601°W / 34.003880; -81.031601 (Owen Building)
89 Pacific Community Association Building
Pacific Community Association Building
October 24, 2007
(#07001110)
701 Whaley St. and 214 Wayne St.
33°59′08″N 81°02′07″W / 33.985617°N 81.035378°W / 33.985617; -81.035378 (Pacific Community Association Building)
90 Palmetto Building
Palmetto Building
November 25, 1980
(#80003696)
1400 Main St.
34°00′14″N 81°02′05″W / 34.003889°N 81.034722°W / 34.003889; -81.034722 (Palmetto Building)
91 Palmetto Compress and Warehouse Company Building
Palmetto Compress and Warehouse Company Building
October 17, 1985
(#85003237)
617 Devine St.
33°59′29″N 81°02′20″W / 33.991389°N 81.038889°W / 33.991389; -81.038889 (Palmetto Compress and Warehouse Company Building)
[The building now serves as residential lofts
92 J. Davis Powell House
J. Davis Powell House
September 25, 2012
(#12000823)
1410 Shirley St.
34°00′26″N 80°59′53″W / 34.007233°N 80.997929°W / 34.007233; -80.997929 (J. Davis Powell House)
93 George R. Price House
George R. Price House
April 30, 1998
(#98000417)
3000 Forest Dr.
34°00′54″N 80°59′54″W / 34.015°N 80.998333°W / 34.015; -80.998333 (George R. Price House)
94 Raymond Price House
Raymond Price House
September 27, 2007
(#07001022)
3004 Forest Dr.
34°00′55″N 80°59′52″W / 34.015278°N 80.997778°W / 34.015278; -80.997778 (Raymond Price House)
95 Randolph Cemetery
Randolph Cemetery
January 20, 1995
(#94001573)
Western terminus of Elmwood Ave.
34°00′34″N 81°03′15″W / 34.009444°N 81.054167°W / 34.009444; -81.054167 (Randolph Cemetery)
96 Richland Cotton Mill
Richland Cotton Mill
November 10, 1983
(#83003933)
211-221 Main St.
33°59′18″N 81°01′43″W / 33.988333°N 81.028611°W / 33.988333; -81.028611 (Richland Cotton Mill)
97 St. Peter's Roman Catholic Church
St. Peter's Roman Catholic Church
September 28, 1989
(#89001610)
1529 Assembly St.
34°00′19″N 81°02′17″W / 34.005278°N 81.038056°W / 34.005278; -81.038056 (St. Peter's Roman Catholic Church)
98 Sidney Park Colored Methodist Episcopal Church
Sidney Park Colored Methodist Episcopal Church
October 24, 1996
(#96001222)
1114 Blanding St.
34°00′26″N 81°02′15″W / 34.007222°N 81.0375°W / 34.007222; -81.0375 (Sidney Park Colored Methodist Episcopal Church)
99 Modjeska Monteith Simkins House
Modjeska Monteith Simkins House
March 25, 1994
(#94000263)
2025 Marion St.
34°00′49″N 81°02′09″W / 34.013611°N 81.035833°W / 34.013611; -81.035833 (Modjeska Monteith Simkins House)
100 South Carolina Governor's Mansion
South Carolina Governor's Mansion
June 5, 1970
(#70000597)
800 Richland St.
34°00′28″N 81°02′37″W / 34.007778°N 81.043611°W / 34.007778; -81.043611 (South Carolina Governor's Mansion)
101 South Carolina Memorial Garden
South Carolina Memorial Garden
April 2, 2012
(#09000464)
1919 Lincoln St.,
34°00′34″N 81°02′36″W / 34.009323°N 81.043323°W / 34.009323; -81.043323 (South Carolina Memorial Garden)
102 South Carolina State Armory
South Carolina State Armory
February 5, 1999
(#99000099)
1219 Assembly St.
34°00′05″N 81°02′10″W / 34.001472°N 81.036°W / 34.001472; -81.036 (South Carolina State Armory)
103 South Carolina State Hospital, Mills Building
South Carolina State Hospital, Mills Building
June 5, 1970
(#70000890)
2100 Bull St.
34°00′52″N 81°02′00″W / 34.014444°N 81.033333°W / 34.014444; -81.033333 (South Carolina State Hospital, Mills Building)
104 South Carolina Statehouse
South Carolina Statehouse
June 5, 1970
(#70000598)
Main St.
34°00′01″N 81°01′59″W / 34.000278°N 81.033056°W / 34.000278; -81.033056 (South Carolina Statehouse)
105 Southern Cotton Oil Company July 25, 1996
(#94001552)
737 Gadsden St.
33°59′34″N 81°02′16″W / 33.992778°N 81.037778°W / 33.992778; -81.037778 (Southern Cotton Oil Company)
106 A. Fletcher Spigner House
A. Fletcher Spigner House
December 11, 2009
(#09001107)
2028 Wheat St.
33°59′45″N 81°00′54″W / 33.995925°N 81.014967°W / 33.995925; -81.014967 (A. Fletcher Spigner House)
107 Supreme Court of South Carolina Building
Supreme Court of South Carolina Building
October 18, 1972
(#72001220)
Northwestern corner of the junction of Gervais and Sumter Sts.
34°00′06″N 81°01′57″W / 34.001667°N 81.0325°W / 34.001667; -81.0325 (Supreme Court of South Carolina Building)
108 Sylvan Building
Sylvan Building
March 23, 1972
(#72001221)
1500 Main St.
34°00′18″N 81°02′07″W / 34.005°N 81.035278°W / 34.005; -81.035278 (Sylvan Building)
109 Taylor House
Taylor House
July 6, 1982
(#82003903)
1505 Senate St.
34°00′05″N 81°01′41″W / 34.001389°N 81.028056°W / 34.001389; -81.028056 (Taylor House)
110 Strom Thurmond Federal Building and U.S. Courthouse
Strom Thurmond Federal Building and U.S. Courthouse
September 10, 2014
(#14000599)
1835-1845 Assembly St.
34°00′59″N 80°56′18″W / 34.0163°N 80.9384°W / 34.0163; -80.9384 (Strom Thurmond Federal Building and U.S. Courthouse)
111 Town Theatre
Town Theatre
October 9, 1974
(#74001873)
1012 Sumter St.
34°00′00″N 81°01′51″W / 34.0°N 81.030833°W / 34.0; -81.030833 (Town Theatre)
112 Trinity Episcopal Church
Trinity Episcopal Church
February 24, 1971
(#71000805)
1100 Sumter St.
34°00′03″N 81°01′52″W / 34.000833°N 81.031111°W / 34.000833; -81.031111 (Trinity Episcopal Church)
113 Union Station
Union Station
June 19, 1973
(#73001728)
401 S. Main St.
33°59′25″N 81°01′46″W / 33.990278°N 81.029444°W / 33.990278; -81.029444 (Union Station)
114 University Neighborhood Historic District
University Neighborhood Historic District
October 13, 2004
(#04001150)
Roughly bounded by Gervais St., the Southern railroad cut, Greene St., and Pickens St.
34°00′03″N 81°01′19″W / 34.000833°N 81.021944°W / 34.000833; -81.021944 (University Neighborhood Historic District)
115 US Courthouse
US Courthouse
March 2, 1979
(#79003375)
1100 Laurel St.
34°00′31″N 81°02′17″W / 34.008611°N 81.038056°W / 34.008611; -81.038056 (US Courthouse)
116 Veterans Hospital
Veterans Hospital
September 2, 2009
(#09000062)
William Jennings Bryan Dorn Veterans Affairs Medical Center, University of South Carolina School of Medicine
33°58′39″N 80°57′40″W / 33.9775°N 80.961111°W / 33.9775; -80.961111 (Veterans Hospital)
117 Wade Hampton State Office Building
Wade Hampton State Office Building
March 7, 2007
(#07000126)
1015 Sumter St.
34°00′05″N 81°01′56″W / 34.001389°N 81.032222°W / 34.001389; -81.032222 (Wade Hampton State Office Building)
118 Wallace-McGee House
Wallace-McGee House
March 2, 1979
(#79003379)
415 Harden St.
33°59′43″N 81°00′53″W / 33.995278°N 81.014722°W / 33.995278; -81.014722 (Wallace-McGee House)
119 Wardlaw Junior High School
Wardlaw Junior High School
September 13, 1984
(#84002096)
1003 Elmwood Ave.
34°00′45″N 81°02′33″W / 34.0125°N 81.0425°W / 34.0125; -81.0425 (Wardlaw Junior High School)
120 Washington Street United Methodist Church
Washington Street United Methodist Church
December 18, 1970
(#70000599)
1401 Washington St.
34°00′19″N 81°01′53″W / 34.005278°N 81.031389°W / 34.005278; -81.031389 (Washington Street United Methodist Church)
121 Booker T. Washington High School Auditorium October 24, 2018
(#100003059)
1400 Wheat St.
33°59′35″N 81°01′31″W / 33.9930°N 81.0254°W / 33.9930; -81.0254 (Booker T. Washington High School Auditorium)
121 Waverly Historic District
Waverly Historic District
December 21, 1989
(#89002154)
Roughly bounded by Hampton St., Heidt St., Gervais St., and Harden St.
34°00′33″N 81°01′03″W / 34.009167°N 81.0175°W / 34.009167; -81.0175 (Waverly Historic District)
122 Wesley Methodist Church January 29, 2009
(#08001398)
1727 Gervais St.
34°00′15″N 81°01′28″W / 34.004189°N 81.024492°W / 34.004189; -81.024492 (Wesley Methodist Church)
123 West Gervais Street Historic District April 27, 1983
(#83002206)
Roughly bounded by Gadsen, Senate, Park, and Lady Sts.
33°59′56″N 81°02′21″W / 33.998889°N 81.039167°W / 33.998889; -81.039167 (West Gervais Street Historic District)
124 W. B. Smith Whaley House
W. B. Smith Whaley House
March 2, 1979
(#79003362)
1527 Gervais St.
34°00′11″N 81°01′40″W / 34.003056°N 81.027778°W / 34.003056; -81.027778 (W. B. Smith Whaley House)
125 A.P. Williams Funeral Home
A.P. Williams Funeral Home
September 28, 2005
(#05001102)
1808 Washington St.
34°00′24″N 81°01′30″W / 34.006667°N 81.025°W / 34.006667; -81.025 (A.P. Williams Funeral Home)
126 Thomas Woodrow Wilson Boyhood Home
Thomas Woodrow Wilson Boyhood Home
February 23, 1972
(#72001222)
1705 Hampton St.
34°00′29″N 81°01′38″W / 34.008056°N 81.027222°W / 34.008056; -81.027222 (Thomas Woodrow Wilson Boyhood Home)
127 Woodrow Memorial Presbyterian Church March 2, 1979
(#79003366)
2221 Washington St.
34°00′34″N 81°01′05″W / 34.009444°N 81.018056°W / 34.009444; -81.018056 (Woodrow Memorial Presbyterian Church)
128 World War Memorial Building
World War Memorial Building
May 26, 1995
(#95000637)
920 Sumter St., at its junction with Pendleton St.
33°59′55″N 81°01′48″W / 33.998611°N 81.03°W / 33.998611; -81.03 (World War Memorial Building)
129 Zimmerman House
Zimmerman House
March 2, 1979
(#79003355)
1332 Pickens St.
34°00′19″N 81°01′41″W / 34.005278°N 81.028056°W / 34.005278; -81.028056 (Zimmerman House)
130 Zimmerman School
Zimmerman School
March 2, 1979
(#79003356)
1336 Pickens St.
34°00′21″N 81°01′41″W / 34.005833°N 81.028056°W / 34.005833; -81.028056 (Zimmerman School)

Former listings[edit]

[3] Name on the Register Image Date listedDate removed Location Summary
1 Columbia High School 1980
(#79003368)
December 18, 1989 1323 Washington Street
Demolished[6]
2 South Carolina Penitentiary January 4, 1996
(#95001489)
December 8, 2005 1511 Williams Street
Demolished[7]
3 South Carolina Dispensary Office Building March 2, 1979
(#79003369)
December 18, 1989 1205 Pulaski Street
Demolished[8]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ The latitude and longitude information provided in this table was derived originally from the National Register Information System, which has been found to be fairly accurate for about 99% of listings. For about 1% of NRIS original coordinates, experience has shown that one or both coordinates are typos or otherwise extremely far off; some corrections may have been made. A more subtle problem causes many locations to be off by up to 150 yards, depending on location in the country: most NRIS coordinates were derived from tracing out latitude and longitudes from USGS topographical quadrant maps created under the North American Datum of 1927, which differs from the current, highly accurate WGS84 GPS system used by most on-line maps. Chicago is about right, but NRIS longitudes in Washington are higher by about 4.5 seconds, and are lower by about 2.0 seconds in Maine. Latitudes differ by about 1.0 second in Florida. Some locations in this table may have been corrected to current GPS standards.
  2. ^ "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior. Retrieved on December 7, 2018.
  3. ^ a b Numbers represent an ordering by significant words. Various colorings, defined here, differentiate National Historic Landmarks and historic districts from other NRHP buildings, structures, sites or objects.
  4. ^ National Park Service (2009-03-13). "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service.
  5. ^ The eight-digit number below each date is the number assigned to each location in the National Register Information System database, which can be viewed by clicking the number.
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