The Phillis Wheatley Association was founded by Hattie Logan Duckett in 1919 as a community center for Black individuals. While the center has changed throughout the years for their users, it has remained as a pillar of support in the Greenville community. In 2019, the organization celebrated its 100th year.
A collection of letters written by J. O. Charles to his wife, Martha Charles, which discuss his thoughts and concerns regarding camplife during the Civil War, 1861-1865. Charles served in the S.C. 16th Infantry (Greenville Regiment).
Collection of the Greenville Piedmont newspaper. This afternoon paper was published until 1995.
Collection of photographs of the Greenville Chamber of Commerce. Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you are able to identify photographs.
Collection of photographs from the City View area including residences, roads, and businesses.
Collection of photographs from the Travelers Rest community including, residences, businesses, roads, and more.
Collection of eBooks related to local history and genealogy.
Collection of photographs of the Bon Secours St. Francis Health System.
Scrapbook of items sent from around the world to Camp Greenville. Director John B. Holmes oversaw the World Friendship Project where Rotary Clubs from around the world sent rocks, stones or other mementos to be placed in the wall of the Thomas F. Parker Lodge.