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Tobacco Redrying Plant, Railroad Avenue, Lake City, Florence County, SC

Tobacco Redrying Plant, Railroad Avenue, Lake City, Florence County, SC

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Significance: A significant complex of early 20th century brick buildings and structures associated with the production and processing of tobacco in South Carolina.
Survey number: HAER SC-12
Building/structure dates: ca. 1900- ca. 1910 Initial Construction



Historic American Engineering Record, creator
Imperial Tobacco Company Limited
Cary, Brian, transmitter


florence county33.88826, -79.74896
Google Map of 33.8882603, -79.7489609


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