Hartsville Genealogical Research Library

114 S Fourth ST

Hartsville, SC 29550


Phone: (843) 857-0300

City: Hartsville

Region: Midlands

Hartsville Genealogical Research Library

Housed in the historic c. 1907 train depot, this research library collects, preserves and makes available the genealogical and historical heritage of the Old Darlington District of South Carolina. The library has a large collection of genealogy books, newsletters, maps from across South and North Carolina and the Southeast.

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