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A.P. Williams Funeral Home

Allen University Historic District
(Chappell, Coppin, Arnett)

Alston House
(McDuffie's Antiques)

Barber House
(Harriet Barber House)

Benedict College Historic District

Bethel A.M.E. Church
(Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church)

Big Apple Club
(House of Peace Synagogue)

Carver Theatre

Chapelle Administration Building

Chappelle Memorial A.M.E Church

Cheves-McCord House
(McCord-Oxner House)

Columbia City Hall
(Old United States Court House and Post Office)

Columbia Cottage -- 1328 Gadsden Street
(The Reeder House)

Columbia Township Auditorium
(Township Auditorium)

Fair-Rutherford and Rutherford Houses
(Rutherford House and Palmetto Dental Services)

First Calvary Baptist Church

George P. Hoffman House

Good Hope Baptist Church

Good Samaritan-Waverly Hospital

Goodwill Plantation

Goodwyn Cemetery

Hampton-Preston Mansion

Harden Street Substation

Harriet M. Cornwell Tourist Home
(Cornwell Home)

Kress Building

Ladson Presbyterian Church

Leevy's Funeral Home

(Wavering Place, Mrs. Francis Tucker Hopkins House)

Mann-Simons Cottage
(The Simons Cottage)

Matilda Evans House

Matthew J. Perry Federal Courthouse


Modjeska Monteith Simkins House

Morgan Hall, Benedict College Historic District

North Carolina Mutual Building
(Blue Palace Tea Shop and Barber Shop)

(Trumble Cottage)

Page Ellington House
(Ellington Home / Cottage at 614 Blanding Street)

Pine Grove Rosenwald School
(Pine Grove Colored School)

Randolph Cemetery

Richard Samuel Roberts House

Richland Cotton Mill
(Whaley's Mill, Pacific Mills, Lowenstein Mill)

Scott-Shell-Breedlove Cottage

Second Site of Victory Savings Bank

Sidney Park (C.M.E) Colored Methodist Episcopal Church
(Sidney Park Christian Methodist Episcopal Church)

Siloam School
(1331 Congaree Rd.)

South Carolina State Hospital Mental Health Campus

South Carolina State House

St. Phillip School

USC Campus McCutchen House
(Faculty House)

USC Campus President's Home

Visanska-Starks Carriage House

Wade Hampton State Office Building

Waverly Historic District

Wesley United Methodist Church

West Gervais Street Historic District

Woodrow Memorial Presbyterian Church
(Bishop's Memorial A.M.E. Church)

Woodson Family Home
(Woodson Farm)

A.P. Williams Funeral Home
1808 Washington St., Columbia, SC (Map)


Description: A. P. Williams Funeral Home was originally a residence owned by Bessie Williams Pinckney. It was co... (more)

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Elmwood Park Historic District
National Register
African American Influence

Year Built: 1893, 1936
Period: 1936-1955
Style: Classical Revival
Architect: Unknown
Historic Topics: Social History, African American, Black-owned business, NAACP, Funeral Home, Business, Archie Preston Williams, Government, Mortuary
Original Primary Use: Domestic
Present Use: Commercial

Source: National Register of Historic Places Inventory Nomination Form, S.C. Department of Archives and History (digital images)

Thematic Resource: Resources Associated with Segregation in Columbia, S.C. 1880-1960


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