||Reflecting a turn of the century era Andrews home, everything in the museum is circa 1909, the year Andrews was founded. Exhibits include railroad memorabilia, a photographic collection, a child's room with period toys, a complete kitchen, and a Victorian parlor with period furniture, pictures, a pump organ and a Victrola. Also depicting 1909 life are a complete Victorian schoolroom and a farm shed with tools, scales, harnesses and traces, hogshead containers, a plow and plow points.|
Andrews, SC began life as a railroad hub for the blossoming early 1900 lumber industry and quickly became a boom town connecting the seaport of Georgetown, SC with the eastern railroad branches and the South's fertile forests.
The Andrews Old Town Hall Museum is housed in the original Town Hall building and reflects a Victorian-era Andrews home, everything in the museum is circa 1909, the year that Andrews, SC was formed from the merging of the towns of Harpers & Rosemary.
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