In spring 1922, Model Ts rumbled down Main Street past the 17-story Woodside Building, South Carolina’s first “skyscraper.”  As community leaders looked up, Union Bleachery President John W. Arrington looked out — and noticed the needs of Greenville County’s 88,000 residents.  He…



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In spring 1922, Model Ts rumbled down Main Street past the 17-story Woodside Building, South Carolina’s first “skyscraper.”  As community leaders looked up, Union Bleachery President John W. Arrington looked out — and noticed the needs of Greenville County’s 88,000 residents.  He…



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