Media Type: Images

St. Mark United Methodist Church

St. Mark United Methodist Church was founded in the Sans Souci area in the mid-1920s. The current building was constructed in 1947-1948 on N. Franklin Road.


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Pendleton Place

Before and after photographs of the the restoration of the residence to house Pendleton Place–an organization dedicated to breaking the cycle of abuse, caring for children, and rebuilding families.


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Greenville County Library System – COVID-19 Pandemic

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Greenville County Library System modified procedures and protocols.


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Greenville Mental Health Child and Adolescent Center

Collection of photographs of the Greenville Mental Health Child and Adolescent Center under construction. It is located behind Greenville Memorial Hospital off of Grove Road.


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Gateway House

Founded in 1984, the Gateway House provides services for adults with mental illness in Greenville County using the Clubhouse model of rehabilitation.


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Communities – Fountain Inn

Collection of photograph from the Fountain Inn community including residences, roads, and businesses.


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Community Food Bank of the Piedmont

The Community Food Bank of the Piedmont opened October 1982 on 7 W. Camperdown Way (Falls Park Dr.) in downtown Greenville before later moving to 8 Crigler St. The Greenville County Redevelopment Authority helped them remodel their space in 1983.


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Furman University Faculty Travel Collections

This collection contains 20th century photographs from faculty at Furman University taken on their international travels.


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Furman’s Legacy of Slavery

Primary and secondary sources related to the legacy of slavery at Furman University as identified by the work of the Task Force on Slavery and Justice in 2017-2018. Read the Report of the Task Force.


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Furman University and the Great War

Materials that illustrate how World War I impacted Furman students and the Furman family. Items in this growing collection include letters, public records, and images related to John O.W. Donaldson, Thomas C. Herbert, and Talmage W. Gerrald.


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