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Hagood Mauldin House

Hagood Mauldin House
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104 North Lewis Street
Pickens, SC 29671


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1856 Greek-Revival home filled with antiques

Built in 1856 by prominent attorney James Hagood, this tree-shaded, columned house is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It was once home to Hagood’s daughter Frances who married state legislator and senator Judge T.J. Mauldin. He had an office constructed on the grounds to match the home’s Greek Revival architecture. In later years, the home and office were acquired by Mrs. Irma Hendricks Morris, a noted authority on 17th and 18th century antiques. She filled the house with portraits, furniture, silver, and porcelain, now part of the Irma Morris Museum of Fine Arts.