After death, preservation trust strives to keep dream alive Source: AP
Wall Street financier Dick Jenrette had a passion for old homes, renovating some of the finest residential works of architecture from the Caribbean to New York's Hudson River and receiving national recognition for his historic preservation. He died in April, but his seven meticulously restored homes - including two in South Carolina: the William Roper House at 5 East Battery in Charleston and Millford Plantation in Pineville - live on as house museums run by the nonprofit he created, the Classical American Homes Preservation Trust.
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