Media Type: Images

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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Greenville City Codes & Ordinances

Typed and bound ordinances, laws, and charter for the City of Greenville. Includes names of city government officials, committees, and aldermen.


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Goodwill

Collection of enclosed loading dock construction at the now demolished Goodwill at 912 Poinsett Highway.


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Communities – Simpsonville

Collection of photographs from the Simpsonville community in southern Greenville County including residences, businesses, schools, and roads.


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Communities – Mauldin

Collection of photographs from the Mauldin community including residences, roads, and community centers.


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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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Architect – George E. Walker

Architect George E. Walker replaced dismissed architect Peter Hammarskold when the foundations of the SC State House were found crumbling. This handwritten diary covers construction on the SC State House from August to November 1854.


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Alston Wilkes Society Houses

Alston Wilkes Society provides services for homeless persons, veterans, ex-offenders, and at-risk youth. This collection includes photographs of the restoration of their 2 Greenville locations.


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