Republican Party (S.C.)
Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
Item — Box: 60
Scope and Contents From the Series: Speeches includes General files, mostly speech texts and talking points for specific speeches, and Speech Material, which consists largely of quotes, anecdotes, general talking points on a variety of subjects, and notes. An attached speech index lists the identifiable speech texts in the General files. Texts of and notes for speeches made on the floor of the House, and statements made in committee hearings and meetings, are mostly found in the Topical series.
Scope and Contents Upon the death of Charlestonian A.J. Clement, Jr. (1908-1986), the city's mayor, Joseph P. Riley, Jr., cited him as a pioneer among black business leaders "during a time of changing attitudes of the white race toward race relations." Riley credited Clement with helping to hasten "this positive change which improved our community." Further declaring that the city had lost one of its most dedicated citizens, the mayor alluded to Clement's many and diverse commitments—"There were no community...
Dates: 1926 - 1986
File — Box: 2
Scope and Contents From the Series: The Clients series (3.25 linear feet) constitutes the bulk of the collection. This series is divided into two sub-series: General and Persons. The files in both sub-series are arranged alphabetically by client name. The General sub-series consists of accounts for businesses or issues of public interest. The Recommendations for Clients folders within this sub-series consist of client advertising and public relations recommendation packets prepared for clients not otherwise documented in the...
Dates: Republican Party [GO-Party Bandwagon, Spring 1966]
Abstract Businessman Greg Shorey became a leading force in developing the Republican Party in South Carolina during the 1950s and 1960s. In 1952, Shorey became an active leader of South Carolinians for Eisenhower in Greenville County. He worked again in support of Eisenhower in 1956, and was a leading figure in Barry Goldwater's 1960 and 1964 presidential campaigns. He served as Chair of the Party from 1958 to 1961, has been active at the local, state, and national levels, and continues to be an active...
Abstract J. Drake Edens is recognized by many as the father of the modern Republican Party in South Carolina. He campaigned for Charles E. Boineau, Jr., William D. Workman, Jr., Barry Goldwater, Albert Watson, and Richard Nixon. He served as chair of the Republican Party of South Carolina, 1963-1965, and Republican National Committeeman for South Carolina, 1965-1972.
Dates: 1943 - 1982
Sub-Series — Box: 1, Box: 2
Scope and Contents From the Series: Topical includes Campaigns, the National Commission on Library and Information Science, Republican Party, South Carolina Commission on Higher Education, and Writings. Campaigns consists of correspondence and financial information on her S.C. House races in 1984 and 1986. Considerable documentation exists regarding Forbes’ service with the National Commission on Library and Information Services (NCLIS). General files include records of the NCLIS’ White House Conference on Library and Information...
File — Box: 3
Scope and Contents From the Series: Personal Papers consist of correspondence and other papers arranged in sub-series that document Walters’ education, service in the military, early career struggles, successful legal practice and relationships with public figures.Education is comprised of material from Walters’ high school and undergraduate studies. Yearbooks and papers reflect his active involvement in student activities and his reputation for responsibility. His early interest in aviation is represented by a...
Abstract The papers of the Republican Party of South Carolina document the Party's activities at the local, state, and national levels. Headquartered in Columbia, the Party's primary purposes are to promote the Party's interests throughout the state, provide campaign assistance to Republican candidates for state and national office, and liaison with the national and local Republican parties.
Scope and Content The papers of Rosslee Tenetha Green Douglas, nurse, educator, and twice Presidential appointee under the Reagan administration, spans the years 1938 though 2003, the bulk of the collection dates from 1978 through 1989. Materials include correspondence; invitations, photographs, scrapbooks and miscellaneous printed items revealing the political and social commitments of Green Douglas.A native of Florence County, who spent her youth in Charleston, S.C., Rosslee Green graduated high...
File — Box: 663
Collection Description From the Sub-Series: Description of Materials for 1998 Senatorial Campaign The eight feet of 1998 campaign records consist of campaign organization files, correspondence, Democratic Party information, financial records, persons files (including opposition research), publicity files, strategy files, topical files, and voter research activities (including polling). Campaign organization records take up less of the 1998 campaign records than in other election years. However, information on...
Dates: 1998 (defeated Bob Inglis in the general election)
Found in: South Carolina Political Collections / SCU-SCPC-EFH, Ernest F. Hollings Papers / Personal Papers / Campaign Files / [subseries] / Persons / Inglis, Bob (Robert) [See also: Strategy, Inglis' Contract for a Courteous Campaign] / Issues / Republican Party [See also: Topical, Republican Party]