Nancy Hampton, sister of James H. Hollins, and  Jackie Hollins Lee, daughter of James H. Hollins, walk the footsteps of  her late father, James H. Hollins, who was the first African-American  student admitted to the University of South Carolina Beaufort while in  front Beaufort College Building on Feb. 21, 2014.
Nancy Hampton, sister of James H. Hollins, and Jackie Hollins Lee, daughter of James H. Hollins, walk the footsteps of her late father, James H. Hollins, who was the first African-American student admitted to the University of South Carolina Beaufort while in front Beaufort College Building on Feb. 21, 2014. Staff photo
Nancy Hampton, sister of James H. Hollins, and Jackie Hollins Lee, daughter of James H. Hollins, walk the footsteps of her late father, James H. Hollins, who was the first African-American student admitted to the University of South Carolina Beaufort while in front Beaufort College Building on Feb. 21, 2014. Staff photo

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