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Camera Maker Canon Camera Model Canon EOS-1Ds Mark III
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Metering Mode Pattern Date/Time 2008:04:20 11:52:17
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Caption RICHARDSON STREET Columbia's chief business street, Main, was first named Richardson Street, for Richard Richardson (1704-1780). This Virginia native settled in present Clarendon County; served in the "Snow Campaign" of 1775; was commissioned Brigadier General in 1778; was a member of the Commons House of Assembly, the First and Second Provincial Congresses, and First General Assembly. Six S.C. Governors are among his descendants. Erected by Columbia Committee, National Society Colonial Dames Of America In The State Of S.C. A Richland County Bicentennial Project, 1976