The Bernice Robinson Papers, 1920-1989 provide information regarding Robinson’s role as a teacher and social activist for voter education, adult literacy, child development, and social work.
The Spartanburg Regional Campus, opened in the fall of 1967, did not produce their own separate yearbook until 1969. In 1968, they were included in the Regional Campus Edition of the Garnet and Black, with a ten-page layout. Beginning in 1969, the Carolana yearbook was produced every year through 1982 at which time publication was […]
After an election in Pickens County from a new school act, the voters decided in February 1908 that a new Central High School should be built. Shortly thereafter, work was begun on this new high school building on Church Street, a modern brick structure with six large classrooms, a large auditorium and space in the […]
Lander University was originally located across from Mineral Springs Park in Williamston, South Carolina, and was known as the Williamston Female College. When Lander College began publishing the yearbook in 1923, it was given the name the Naiad (meaning mythical female nymph said to inhabit a river or spring). The name is a reference to […]
The McColl High School Yearbooks collection is made up of High School yearbooks from the McColl community in South Carolina between the years of 1949 and 1967. In the collection, you will find yearbooks from two former High Schools: the Robert Fletcher Memorial School and the McColl High School.
This collection features historic yearbooks from local schools in the Columbia area. Most yearbooks were generously donated by members of the community. Help us grow this collection! If you have any yearbooks to donate, please contact the Walker Local and Family History Center at Richland Library, 1431 Assembly Street, Columbia, S.C., or (803) 929-3402. Check […]