The Guggenheim Period

Posted By targetmarket on May 15, 2014 | 0 comments

In 1935, Harry Frank Guggenheim purchased his first parcel of land, some 10,000 acres, on the Cainhoy Peninsula. By 1955, he had added all of Daniel Island to his Lowcountry holdings. The noted industrialist and philanthropist used the land as a hunting retreat and also started a cattle ranching operation here.

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