Russell J. Arnsberger Postcard Collection
The Russell J. Arnsberger Postcard Collection is comprised of over 350 postcards of houses, businesses, public buildings, street views, military base activities and structures in and around Beaufort, South Carolina. Some built structures pictured are no longer extant or have been greatly altered. Arnsberger collected postcards about Beaufort County beginning with some by Charles G. …
City Year Books for Charleston, South Carolina, 1880-1951
This collection of city year books (1880-1951) provides an overview of the city of Charleston’s annual status. Each year begins with an opening address by the mayor that is followed by data and reports from various municipal departments. Information in the year books includes: reports on Charleston’s economy, infrastructure, education, public health, census data, and …
Charleston Dental Association Records
The Charleston Dental Association was first organized in December 1867 at the office of Dr. J. B. Patrick, Sr. on Society Street in Charleston “for the advancement of our Profession and to engender …good fellowship.” The first dental association in the state, the group met monthly to demonstrate new techniques, discuss current practices and socialize. …
Sarah Campbell Allan, M.D. Papers 1895-1952
The Sarah Campbell Allan, M.D., Papers, 1895-1954, include a letter from John Gary Evans, Governor of South Carolina, offering her a position at the South Carolina State Lunatic Asylum; a copy of her will and other estate papers; her 1900 diary, kept while working at the South Carolina State Hospital and a typescript of the …
Quick Access:View in Discovery
Berkeley County (S.C.) Memories – Daniel E. Smith, Jr. Collection
Thomas Smith, born in Exeter, Devon, England in 1648, came to South Carolina in 1684. He became a Landgrave in 1691 and Governor of South Carolina in 1693. His son, Judge Thomas Smith, Jr., Second Landgrave (1670-1738) bequeathed to his brother and sons acres of his Goose Creek lands, his Wassamasaw lands, and a proportional …
Lutheran Theological Southern Seminary Collection
This collection from the Lutheran Theological Southern Seminary located in Columbia, S.C., includes photographs, correspondence and documents that document its history and growth.
Clemson Faculty Senate Minutes
Clemson University Faculty Senate minutes from 1893 to 2013.
Mercantile Agency Reference Book of South Carolina
Founded as the Mercantile Agency, R.G. Dun & Co. was the first successful credit reporting agency. This 1909 directory is for SC businesses.
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.
Furman University Viewbooks
Promotional booklets with pictures of Furman’s downtown Greenville campus. The viewbooks were created with the goal of recruiting students. They date from 1907 to 1933.