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The Liberty Hall is a historic home in Camden, Alabama. It was built in 1855 by W. W. Robinson for John Robert McDowell to serve as a plantation house. It is made in the Greek revival style and features two-stories of architectural beauty. It was named as such to represent the open house of hospitality of the McDowells.

Also known as the Harris Home, the property was recently renamed after its current owner Ms. Sara N. Harris. Miss Harris is a great-great granddaughter of John Robert McDowell, continuing the more than a century worth of family ownership of the property. She is also a retired US Air Force Lt. Colonel.

The Liberty Hall was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1984.
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