A report on Belle W. Baruch

American equestrian, philanthropist, and the daughter of financier Bernard Mannes Baruch.

- Belle W. Baruch

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Rear view of the Hobcaw House

Hobcaw Barony

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16,000 acre tract on a peninsula called Waccamaw Neck between the Winyah Bay and the Atlantic Ocean in Georgetown County, South Carolina.

16,000 acre tract on a peninsula called Waccamaw Neck between the Winyah Bay and the Atlantic Ocean in Georgetown County, South Carolina.

Rear view of the Hobcaw House
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Friendfield Church

Later, his eldest child, Belle W. Baruch, began purchasing the property from her father beginning in 1936.

Bernard Baruch

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American financier and statesman.

American financier and statesman.

Time Cover, February 25, 1924
Winston Churchill and Baruch converse in the back seat of a car in front of Baruch's home
Baruch with writer Helen Lawrenson
Negro quarters, with church, Hobcaw Barony also known as Bellefield Plantation in (Georgetown County, South Carolina)

They had three children: Belle Baruch; Bernard Baruch Jr.; and Renée Baruch.

Waccamaw Neck

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Long narrow peninsula between the Atlantic Ocean and the Waccamaw River in Georgetown County, South Carolina.

Long narrow peninsula between the Atlantic Ocean and the Waccamaw River in Georgetown County, South Carolina.

Notable cultural locations are Brookgreen Gardens, Huntington Beach State Park, and the Belle Baruch Nature Preserve at Hobcaw Barony, a group of former plantation purchased between 1905 and 1910 as a hunting preserve by financier Bernard Baruch.

Winnowing house, Mansfield Plantation, Georgetown County

Georgetown County, South Carolina

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County located in the U.S. state of South Carolina.

County located in the U.S. state of South Carolina.

Winnowing house, Mansfield Plantation, Georgetown County
Fishing the Pee Dee off the old US 17 bridge near Georgetown
International Paper Company on the Sampit River. It is the largest employer in Georgetown County.
Quercus virginica, Live oak in winter. A pasture in Georgetown County.

The University of South Carolina and Clemson University maintain the Belle W. Baruch research site at Hobcaw Barony on Waccamaw Neck.