- The Man Who Memorialized the Prominent South
1830 to 1836 RICHLAND, South Carolina South Carolina, art
From time immemorial, the term “in-law” has struck feelings of fear and anxiety in the hearts of men and women alike. For William Harrison Scarborough, however, in-laws were the source of his livelihood, career, and the connections that catapulted him to the forefront of South Carolinian culture in the nineteenth century. Scarborough was a portraitist who came to South Carolina under the advice...