Clemson University Faculty Senate minutes from 1893 to 2013.
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.
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.
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.
Contents include selected Bulletins of Furman University and Furman Bulletins from 1912 through 1974.
Membership applications of the Benjamin Brockman and Hampton Lee chapters of the United Daughters of the Confederacy ranging from 1913-1929. Members lived in the greater Greer area. Applications contain genealogy details of date of birth and family relationships.
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Camp Wadsworth was the temporary home to dozens of Army units, but most prominent among them was the 27th Division, which was composed of former New York National Guard troops. Prior to the American entrance into the First World War, the 27th Division had been stationed along the Mexican border, where the division published its own …
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Although founded in 1787, the courthouse village of Spartanburg was without any independent town or city government until 1831, when the little town of a few hundred residents received its official incorporation from the state government. At that point, eligible citizens within one mile of the courthouse were able to elect an Intendant and four wardens, who …