The Landmark District is a collection of houses once owned by prominent Columbia citizens. Many of the structures in this neighborhood are antebellum residences that survived the Civil War and reflect the prosperity of Columbia before the war, while several impressive early 1900s examples reflect popular revival styles of architecture. The Landmark District was listed in the National Register of Historic Places as Columbia Historic District II in 1971 and was designated a local Landmark District in 1964.
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