Mary Ragsdale of Lady's Island, left, and Liz Key of Beaufort, right, both volunteers with the Historic Beaufort Foundation, weave the base of the bed that will be on display at the Smalls-Nash Cottage on Duke Street on Friday afternoon at the cottage in Beaufort.  The Smalls-Nash Cottage will be open to the public during all three days of the Fall Festival of Houses & Gardens.
Mary Ragsdale of Lady's Island, left, and Liz Key of Beaufort, right, both volunteers with the Historic Beaufort Foundation, weave the base of the bed that will be on display at the Smalls-Nash Cottage on Duke Street on Friday afternoon at the cottage in Beaufort. The Smalls-Nash Cottage will be open to the public during all three days of the Fall Festival of Houses & Gardens. Staff photo
Mary Ragsdale of Lady's Island, left, and Liz Key of Beaufort, right, both volunteers with the Historic Beaufort Foundation, weave the base of the bed that will be on display at the Smalls-Nash Cottage on Duke Street on Friday afternoon at the cottage in Beaufort. The Smalls-Nash Cottage will be open to the public during all three days of the Fall Festival of Houses & Gardens. Staff photo

Nash Cottage open for Fall Festival with 20th century, root room exhibits

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