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East Home Avenue Historic District, Darlington County (Hartsville)
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First Baptist Church
104 E. Home Ave.
John L. Hart House
100 Block
E. Home Ave.
R. J. Fletcher House
107 E. Home Ave.
Dr. George J. Wilds House
119 E. Home Ave.
100 Block
E. Home Ave.
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123 E. Home Ave. A. L. M. Wiggins House
127 E. Home Ave.
James L. Coker, Jr. House
210 E. Home Ave.
David R. Coker House
213 E. Home Ave.
222 E. Home Ave.
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Walter F. Smith House
303 E. Home Ave.
Joseph J. Lawton House
306 E. Home Ave.
J. S. White House
404 E. Home Ave.
Leonce Vaughan House
408 E. Home Ave.
414 E. Home Ave.
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506 E. Home Ave. 511 E. Home Ave. 512 E. Home Ave. 519 E. Home Ave. G. A. Kalber House
523 E. Home Ave.
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531 E. Home Ave. 601 E. Home Ave. Thornwell Elementary School
604 E. Home Ave.
Hartsville Public School
606 E. Home Ave.

The East Home Avenue Historic District is significant for its association with the residential development of Hartsville from ca. 1850 to ca. 1938; as a reflection of the diverse architectural styles and influences of that period; and for its association with the leading figures of the town’s history. Home Avenue has historically been the major residential street in Hartsville since it was laid out and landscaped in 1890. This district specifically illustrates the residential and commercial/industrial growth of Hartsville for the period ca. 1890 to ca. 1938. The district is a collection of 60 primarily residential properties, 54 of which contribute to the historic character of the district and 6 which are non-contributing. Architectural styles and influences include Colonial Revival, Classical Revival, Craftsman, and Bungalow. Listed in the National Register May 3, 1991.

View a map showing the boundaries of the East Home Avenue Historic District.

View the complete text of the nomination form for this National Register property. In addition, the Historic Resources of Hartsville, ca. 1817-ca. 1941 includes historical background information for this and other related National Register properties.

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