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Camden, S.C. Finds Success with Antiques


Friday - October 12, 2012 at 07:52 am


If you are a regular listener of this program, you may remember a recent trivia question about Camden, S.C.  In 1774, King George III granted a license for Camden to hold a public fair on what is now known as Fair Street.  That license was believed to be the first ever issued for a public fair in what was then the British Colonies. Camden is also the oldest inland city in South Carolina, and so it only seemed natural to our next guest for the city to hold an antiques fair.

Mike Switzer interviews Hope Cooper, executive director of the National Steeplechase Museum in Camden, S.C., one of the main charities benefiting from the Camden Antiques Fair.

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