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What do you deem most memorable about Augusta's past 50 years?

...mayor of Augusta, and his later corruption charges and conviction.? The loss of the last vestige of the old Hampton Terrace hotel, the old hunting lodge (and once home of writer Edison Marshall), Seven Gables, in a fire.? Bobby Jones...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/metro/2014-10-18/what-do-you-deem-most-memorab
Golf art, artifacts focus of exhibit

...Virgo.Items include vintage golf clubs, photographs from past Masters Tournaments, a golf putter used at the Hampton Terrace Hotel, a trophy from a putting contest at the hotel, and the 12-foot putting green."People can take an old club...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/things-do/applause/2013-04-10/golf-art-artifacts-fo
History in ruins

...hunting lodge in 1903. It was later named Seven Gables by Edison Marshall. 1903: Built as a hunting lodge for the Hampton Terrace Hotel, which burned down Dec. 31, 1916, because of defective wiring. 1908: Named Palmetto Lodge under the ownership...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2008/09/06/met_472256.shtml
Metro
North Augusta officials might purchase lodge

...hall, built in 1903 as a satellite for the posh Hampton Terrace Hotel, which was destroyed by fire in 1917. Tucked behind...was built in 1903 as a hunting lodge for the old Hampton Terrace Hotel and also has been a private home. It housed two...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2005/03/02/met_445841.shtml
Metro | North Augusta City Council
View from the hill

...where the west terrace of the historic Hampton Terrace Hotel once stood. The Hampton Terrace Hotel was built in 1903 by North Augusta's...FACT: The home is on the site of the Hampton Terrace Hotel west terrace, with a far-reaching view...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2002/12/15/liv_364179.shtml
Life & style
Statue will honor city's founder

...Shirley Holgate, a founding member of the Heritage Council. Mr. Jackson's home was Rosemary Hall. He built the Hampton Terrace Hotel, which once brought wealthy patrons to North Augusta, and he started a trolley system. He also built the first...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2005/07/06/aik_457902.shtml
XXX Aiken
Museum adds to permanent exhibits

...North Augusta's founding, are featured prominently in the exhibit. There are also photographs of Jackson's Hampton Terrace Hotel. The Aiken County business exhibit will be expanded in the future, Mr. Levy said. One of his favorite pieces...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/charmain-z-brackett/2008-03-16/museum-adds-permanen
Savannah River Site | Augusta Economy
B.C. Davenport's warm, inviting

...other things, a printer, pharmacist, and fire chief of questionable talent. It is said he slept while the famed Hampton Terrace Hotel, atop the Georgia Avenue hill, burned. Joe's wife, Ethel, not to be outdone, was the first woman elected...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1999/02/19/ent_253802.shtml
Things to Do
Home was designed by one woman and restored by another

...Register of Historic Places, was a bed-and-breakfast that accommodated guests who did not wish to stay at the Hampton Terrace Hotel, Mrs. Thompson said. "People that didn't want the formality of the Hampton Terrace would stay here," she...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2006/02/01/aik_50996.shtml
Exhibit highlights famous visitors to Aiken

...several prominent hotels along with some lesser-known ones. Many people in the area have probably heard of the Hampton Terrace Hotel in North Augusta. "It was the largest wooden structure at the time," Mr. Levy said. There are photos and...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2008/03/09/aik_190135.shtml