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The J. W. Holliday Jr. House is a historic site in Conway, South Carolina. It was built as a residential home in 1910 for Joseph William Holliday Jr., a locally prominent farmer in the area. He was son to the tobacco merchant J.W. Holliday, the guy who introduced tobacco to Horry County through Galivants Ferry.

Joseph William Holliday, Jr. Was a Citadel graduate. He moved to the community of Conway as soon as he got out of the academy and began growing tobacco. He soon became an expert in the field and he was able to farm large tracts of lands in various South Carolina counties like Georgetown, Florence, and Williamsburg.

Aside from its association with JW Holliday Jr., the J.W. Holliday Jr. House is also notable for its architecture. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1986.
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