Charleston’s African American Museum gets another $500,000 from Framptons | Business


Charleston’s International African American Museum has received another $500,000 donation.

The gift is from Harry and Susan Frampton, according to an announcement Wednesday.

The museum’s leaders announced last week that they had reached the goal of raising $75 million to build the museum but also said they needed a cushion with the rising cost of construction.

Harry Frampton is a Hartsville native who founded East West Partners, which is based in Colorado, but has been active in Charleston, as well, including the City Gallery at Waterfront Park, One Vendue, The Gadsden, Gadsdenboro Park, The Tides and Tides IV. He is also known for developing upscale ski-resort towns in Colorado.

Susan Frampton is a…

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