University of South Carolina
Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:
File — Box: 3
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...
Scope and Contents The papers of Fred Howard Parker (1899-1988) span the years 1881 through 1982. Included in the collection are correspondence; teaching materials and lecture notes from Chicora College, the University of South Carolina summer school, and Columbia College; administrative material for Columbia College Music Department; and programs from Parker's organ recital programs broadcast via WIS Radio. The collection also contains college class notes of Frederick L. Parker, Fred H. Parker, and Carolyn...
Dates: 1881 - 1982
Scope and Contents Educator, author, and outdoorsman, Havilah Babcock was born on March 6, 1898 in Appomattox, Virginia, a son of H.C. and Blanche Moore Babcock. He married Alice Hudson Cheatham in 1919. They had one son, Hudson Homer Havilah. He received a Bachelor of Arts in 1918 and a Bachelor of Philosophy in 1919 from Elon College in North Carolina. His Master of Arts was from the University of Virginia. Babcock received his Ph.D. from the University of South Carolina in 1927. Prior to that he had served as...
Dates: 1920 - 1964; Majority of material found within 1940-1963
Scope and Contents Consisting chiefly correspondence between members of the J.C. Nicholson family of Camden, S.C., and their loved-ones and friends, the Nicholson family papers provide an in-depth view of daily life at the U.S. Naval Academy (Annapolis, Md.), Winthrop College (Rock Hill, S.C.), and the University of South Carolina (Columbia, S.C.) as well as news of happenings in and around Camden and Columbia, S.C. Other letters are descriptive of life at U.S. naval base stations prior to, during, and...
Dates: 1896 - 1956
Collection — Box: 1
Scope and Contents Specimen order forms and correspondence files, with letters, catalogs, circulars, inventories, and miscellaneous business records; also includes 1943 employees' tax ledger and other materials documenting the impact of World War II on retail businesses and other commercial enterprises.
Dates: 1942 - 1967
Scope and Contents As its chief administrative officer, the president of the university serves at the pleasures of the university’s board of trustees. Because of the president's position as a medium of communication between the board and the rest of the University, the records in this group provide material on virtually every aspect of University life. This collection includes reports from the various academic and non-academic departments, publications, and correspondence with faculty, staff and students...
Scope and Contents Each file contains a summary of the business, market analysis, international contacts, and related materials. Series 1: South Carolina Export Consortium Export Reports Series 2: SCEC/ECI Reference Materials Series 3: ECI Export Reports
Dates: 1997 - 2012
Abstract T. Eston Marchant served as the Adjutant General of South Carolina from 1979 to 1995. His career in the military spanned almost fifty years. He also was an attorney and active in his community. Marchant served on the Board of Trustees of the University of South Carolina from 1965 to 1978. In 1990, he was named South Carolinian of the Year.
Dates: 1947 - 2005
Identifier: COD0000008-ACC 1990-0001
Scope and Contents This collection includes film and video shot by USC's Athletic Department from 1975 to 1990. Most of the films document USC's football and basketball programs; a handful document the university's track-and-field program. Materials consist of color and black and white 16mm film, and several video formats including VHS, 1 inch videotape, 3/4 inch videotape, and Betamax.