According to Fielding Freed, Historic Columbia's Director of Historic Houses, this new exhibit is the first of several in the planning stages. Others include furniture and an exhibit on the Columbia Theological Seminary which was headquartered at the Robert Mills House from the 1830s to the 1920s.
The exhibit includes several pieces from the Hampton family including an egg boiler and a meat dome with a depiction of the Hampton family crest on the top, the exhibit is included in the regular admission for the Robert Mills House.
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