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[Front]:This church, formally organized by about 1800, is thought to be the oldest Methodist congregation in Anderson County. Circuit riders and other itinerant ministers held early services in a nearby brush arbor. Its first and second churches w…
Front:This area was a hub of African-American life from the late-19th to mid-20th centuries. Anderson County Training School, built ca. 1922 as a Rosenwald school, closed in 1954 under the equalization program for black and white schools. It burne…
This building and lot donated to the Town of Iva and the Iva District 10 Fire Department by W. Parker Bowie and his wife Marie T. Bowie in honor of his father Luther E. Bowie and his mother Lucia P. Bowie. Dedicated to the citizens of this area…
National Register South CarolinaDepartment of ArchivesAnd HistoryMarshall OrrHouse of Historic Places
This beautiful mural of the Old Iva Depot erected in 1886 with the C. & W.C. Train, painted by artist Oscar Velasquez, is dedicated to our forebears, to the churches and citizens of our community for their contribution to the growth of the town of…
[Center]In memory of those from our community who made the supreme sacrifice in order that w might continue to live in a free and prosperous nation with liberty and justice for all. [Left Column]WWIRobert Latham, Morge Hayes WWIIJerome Simps…
Serving CountryandJesus ChristVeterans Who Are buriedin Flat Rock Cemetery[Left Column]Harry Drake, Daniel Y. Culbertson, J.C. Culbertson, Luther M. Borders, John T Neims, Charles A. Thornton, Berry Faine, Edward Graham, Charles A. Smith, Robert L…
The Original Back Door Stepof theFlat Rock Union ChurchDedicated October 9, 1988Flat Rock Presbyterian ChurchChartered November 10, 1888Flat Rock Baptist ChurchChartered November 17, 1832
In this burial groundthe first public burial groundin the City of Anderson, S.C.,rest fifty or more personsknown only to God.This plaque is in honor ofthose unnamed persons wholived and died as a partof the Anderson community.
The first municipal airport in Anderson was just a grassy field located near where the Civic Center now stands. An historical marker notes the site where Amelia Earhart landed there on November 14, 1931. In the early 1930s land was purchased fr…
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