Modjeska Monteith Simkins House

2025 Marion ST

Columbia, SC 29201


Phone: (803) 748-8644

City: Columbia

Region: Midlands

Modjeska Monteith Simkins House

This c. 1900 house was was the home of Mojeska Simkins, a key leader in the state's Civil Rights Movement, director of Negro Work in South Carolina's Anti-Tuberculosis Association and the first woman to serve as state secretary of the state NAACP. Thurgood Marshall was one of many who frequented her doorstep.

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