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Florence

Downtown Florence Historic District

Coffee High School (Appleby Junior High) (c. 1917) unique building; next to Woods Avenue Historic District; individually listed with the National Register of Historic Place in 1982

Wood Avenue Historic District, listed in 1978, boundary increased in 1997 and again in 1998

Locust Street Historic District, listed with the National Register of Historic Place in 2002

Cherry Street Historic District; listed with the National Register of Historic Place in 1997

College Place Historic District, listed with the National Register of Historic Place in 1995 (boundary expanded in 1998)

Sannoner Historic District

Seminary-O'Neal Historic District

Walnut Street Historic District, listed in 1976, boundary increased in 1993 and again in 1996

Wilson Park Houses, listed in 1979; includes c. 1890 Southall House (Victorian), c. 1918 Kennedy-Douglass House (Georgian Revival) and c. 1910 Wright-Douglass House (Victorian)

Southall Drugs, c. 1900, listed in 1980, downtown

Rogers Department Store, listed in 1998, large downtown corner building, rebuilt after fire in 1946

Florence Water Tower, 1891, listed in 1980

Wilson Dam

Wesleyan Hall, c. 1855, listed in 1974, castle appearance, UNA

George Coulter House, c. 1820s, 420 South Pine Street; individually listed with the National Register of Historic Place in 1982

Courtview (Roger's Hall), north end of Court Street; c. 1855; UNA; individually listed with the National Register of Historic Place in 1974

Larimore House, c. 1870, Mars Hill Road

Gov. Robert Patton House

Rosenbaum House, Frank Loyd Wright

Second "downtown" on N. Wood Avenue

Forks of Cypress ruins and cemetery

over half dozen other listed houses but not visually impressive

T.R. Eberhart

T.R. Eberhart

I spend most of my weekends enjoying outdoor adventures in the heart of the South in a region filled with beautiful mountains, rivers, lakes and waterfalls. Whether I’m hiking in a state park or nature preserve, cycling on a remote country road or taking in the streetscapes at some historic downtown, I’m always on a mission to capture photos to share on this site, and provide helpful information about some of the places I enjoy visiting.