Adopt A Landmark
SC Picture Project | Adopt A Landmark
Do you like to write? Do you love history? The South Carolina Picture Project needs your help! Read more below, or skip down to our fact submission form.
Dear fellow friends of history,
This website is a permanent digital repository built to document South Carolina’s historical and natural landmarks before they are lost to time.
It is currently operated on a part-time basis by just two people – Brandon Coffey and Robin Welch. We are actively working towards our 501(c)(3) status.
Each week, we add between 35 and 50 new pictures generously donated by volunteer photographers and artists.
However, we desperately need help writing histories to accompany these pictures.
If you have a special connection to a South Carolina landmark, we invite you to share your knowledge.
Your submission can be made in one of two ways:
1.) We provide a form below with information fields, and you can fill out one or more fields based on the facts you know.
2.) If you have a deep connection with a landmark, you can also email us an anecdote or even an essay. This can focus on the site’s history, or it can focus on your memory or experience of the place. Did you grow up near this landmark? Did you once work here? Is it located in your hometown? Did you have family who once lived nearby? No matter what your connection is, we’d love to learn more about it and share it with our readers.
You will receive full credit for your contribution.
Together, over time, we can make the South Carolina Picture Project even better and more complete. We currently document over 2,300 landmarks, but there are tens of thousands more to add!
This work truly does take a village. Our state has an unlimited amount of history to preserve, and we are dependent on your knowledge, your time, and your love to make the South Carolina Picture Project a true gift to future generations.
Thank you, and we can’t wait to hear from you!
Robin & Brandon
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Please fill in one or more fields based on your knowledge. We really appreciate your help, and we will credit you for your contribution. Thank you!