About South Boston Historic District
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South Boston Historic District is a national historic district located at South Boston, Halifax County, Virginia. The district includes 594 contributing buildings and 7 contributing structures in the Village of South Boston. It consists of industrial, commercial, and residential building types dating from the mid-19th century to the present. Notable buildings include the C.H. Friend School, New Brick Warehouse (c. 1930), Planters and Merchants Bank, Halifax Cotton Mill, R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company tobacco prizery, former Liggett-Meyer Tobacco Company tobacco prizery, the Parkinson Block (1899), First Presbyterian Church (1887), First Baptist Church (c. 1900), and Mt. Olive Baptist Church (c. 1900).