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by Charles Hite
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Purchase a tote bag featuring the photograph "Guignard Mansion" by Charles Hite. Our tote bags are made from soft, durable, poly-poplin fabric and include a 1" black strap for easy carrying on your shoulder. All seams are double-stitched for added durability. Each tote bag is machine-washable in cold water and is printed on both sides using the same image.
The Guignard Mansion…Still Hopes, also known as the Gabriel Alexander Guignard House and South Carolina Episcopal Home, is a historic home located... more
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The Guignard Mansion…Still Hopes, also known as the Gabriel Alexander Guignard House and South Carolina Episcopal Home, is a historic home located in West Columbia, adjacent to Cayce, Lexington County, South Carolina. The rich history began in the early 1800s when a surveyor, John Gabriel Guignard, was hired to survey the newly established capital city of Columbia. He built a plantation here and named it Still Hopes. The house was built in 1910, and is a two-story, brick, Georgian Revival mansion with a truncated hip roof. The front façade features a two-story, flat roofed portico supported by paired Ionic order columns. It has a one-story, ornamented wraparound porch. It was built as a residence for Gabriel Alexander Guignard (1860-1926), and the red brick for construction was manufactured by Guignard Brick Works. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1983. My brother and many of our friends grew up in the 50's & 60's and roamed these woods almost d...
Charles Hite is a life-long resident of Lexington County, in South Carolina. His professions have included, the U.S. Army (serving in Germany), licensed professional land surveyor, sales/customer service rep, and right-of-way agent with the SCDOT. In addition to photography, his hobbies include astronomy and landscape gardening. His venture into serious photography began in 2009 at age 60. At the encouragement of family and friends, he began selling his photos in late 2012 at Soda City Market in Columbia, SC. His love of nature in all aspects can be seen in his photos. He enthusiastically enjoys sharing the stories of his photos with others, and listening to their stories. Most of his scenic photos are from SC and the Midlands,...
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