on July 24, 2000
We walked by the Andrew Low house after leaving Flannery O'Connor's home. It is on the same square and directly across the street from the Hamilton-Turner House (now an Inn) that was on our 'Midnight Book Tour'. It was very interesting to sit in the large courtyard and contrast the different size of this house to the O'Connor home that we had just left behind. Andrew Low was a very prominent cotton merchant in the 1800's, and I understand the interior of the home is filled with period antiques. The Julliette Gordon Low birthplace on 142 Bull Street is a must-see in conjunction with the Andrew Low Home if Scouting is of interest to you. Ms. Low was the famous founder of the Girl Scouts. There is an admission fee to the Andrew Low Home.
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