Stone Columns Stacked in Basement of Drayton Hall (DSC01036A)Keith Dotson Photography
Black and white photograph of old stone columns stacked in the basement of Drayton Hall since at least the 1870s. Someone had them stacked here for storage, and they were never retrieved. Drayton Hall, built in the English Palladian style in 1738 on the bank of the Ashley River, is a grand southern home that predates the revolutionary war and the popular conception of an antebellum plantation home.
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