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Jonathan Maxcy Monument

Jonathan Maxcy Monument

   

Robert Mills, the nation’s first federal architect and the designer of the Washington Monument, greatly influenced the architecture of South Carolina College. Mills was involved in the design of Rutledge, South Carolina Library, and Maxcy Monument in the center of the Horseshoe, named for the first president of the college, Jonathan Maxcy.

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