The Darlington County Jail was built in 1937 as a WPA project for a cost of $60,000.00. The jail was designed by Rock Hill architect Alfred D. Gilchrist. The first floor had the office, kitchen, and jailers quarters. The second floor had cells for men and woman. The third floor had a hospital and juvenile cells. Minor offenders were jailed in the basement. The building is now used as the Darlington County Historical Society.
Location: Darlington, South Carolina