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The New South Architecture & Exhibit “Speaking in the One Historic Voice”

A 1909 American Queen Anne style bungalow, carriage house and “two-seater outhouse”. Architect Charles Christian Hook Former residence of Dr. W. J. & Lilian Mason Lunney. The arts & crafts interior features art glass windows, original chandeliers, long-leaf pine woodwork, quarter-sawn oak mantel, English fireplace tiles, flat panel wainscot with burlap inserts, and an 1866 Chickering & Sons “cocked hat” parlor grand piano.

Open to the Public | Thursday through Sunday 1:00 - 5:00 PM Other hours by appointment | Admission by donation For a pictorial tour & events schedule visit www.LunneyHouseMuseum.org

211 W. South 1ST. Street, Seneca, SC 29678 info@LunneyHouseMuseum.org | 864.882.4811

Come discover Seneca’s premier cultural museum

The Bertha Lee Strickland Cultural Museum Honoring the Past • Elevating the Future

BERTHA LEE STRICKLAND CULTERAL MUSEUM (BLSCM) Downtown Historic District - Seneca’s premier cultural exhibit museum focuses on the richly compelling, authentic local African American history and culture of Oconee County. The museum incorporates technology and tradition to create a meaningful and educational experience for all ages. BLSCM rotates over 85% of its exhibit space 2-3 times annually. It also features “Bertha’s Kitchen” with its orginal bead board walls and ceiling, fireplace and mantels, flooring, and some original furnishing to create an interpretive look into the early 20th Century kitchen in Mrs. Strickland’s home. Call: 864710-9994, Email: blscmuseum@gmail.com or LIKE US on Facebook: facebook.com/cultural

208 West South 2nd Street, Seneca For more information www.blscm.org

Open Thursday - Saturday 11:00 AM- 4:00 PM Some holidays excluded. Admission is free.

Mountain Lakes Visitors Guide Spring 2017  

Visitors guide to Oconee County, SC, including Lakes Jocassee, Keowee and Hartwell plus the Chattooga River.

Mountain Lakes Visitors Guide Spring 2017  

Visitors guide to Oconee County, SC, including Lakes Jocassee, Keowee and Hartwell plus the Chattooga River.