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The Parkinson Guest House
Artist's rendering of the Parkinson House

Artist’s rendering of the Parkinson Guest House

Project Summary

Designed by “Due West’s architect,” John Henry Wren, who also designed the Alumni House and the Due West ARP Church, this 1907 Greek Revival home was described as an “ornament” to the town. The home was owned by the Gordon Parkinson, Sr. family until it was given to Erskine in 1973 and served for a time as faculty housing.

The home will be faithfully restored to its original grandeur and expanded to accommodate eight guest rooms for campus visitors.

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Project Team

Dr. Steve Adamson, President of Erskine College

Mr. J. Paul Bell, VP for Advancement & Alumni Relations

Trehel Corporation, Contractor

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Paul Bell

Vice President for Advancement and Alumni Relations

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