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Russell, Donald Stuart, 1906-1998

 Person

Dates

  • Existence: 1906-1998

Found in 31 Collections and/or Records:

April 9, Speech of Bruce Littlejohn, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of SC, Retired, at the Donald Stuart Russell Symposium in Columbia, SC

 File
Collection Description From the Collection: The collection consists of 17.5 linear feet of records, 1861, and 1906 to 1998, chiefly 1935 to 1998, arranged in five series — Public, Personal, Clippings, Judicial Papers, and Vertical File Materials.Public Papers document Littlejohn's legislative career as member and Speaker of the South Carolina House of Representatives, 1936 to 1943 and 1946 to 1949, as well as his active participation and leadership in several local and national conferences and committees related to his service...
Dates: 2005

Campaign Files, 1958 (Gubernatorial Campaign--Hollings defeated Donald Russell in the Democratic Primary)

 Sub-Series
Collection Description Campaign for Governor, 1958 In 1958, Hollings ran for Governor against University of South Carolina president Donald Russell and Mayor William Johnston of Anderson, brother of Olin D. Johnston. Hollings announced his candidacy on January 29, 1958, citing his ten years of public service that included presiding over both the State House and Senate. Hollings ran on his record and emphasized the need to attract more industry to the state. He fought Russell's charge that he was...
Dates: 1958 (Gubernatorial Campaign--Hollings defeated Donald Russell in the Democratic Primary)

Campaign Files, 1966 (defeated Donald Russell in the Democratic primary and Marshall Parker in the General Election for the U.S. Senate)

 Sub-Series
Collection Description Campaign for U.S. Senate, 1966 In the 1966 Senate campaign, former governor Ernest Hollings challenged the incumbent, Donald Russell, in the June Democratic primary. Russell, who followed Hollings as governor in 1963, resigned the governor's office in 1965 following the death of Senator Olin D. Johnston, and was then appointed by the new governor, Robert McNair, to fill the vacant U.S. Senate seat. After winning the Democratic nomination, Hollings went on to narrowly defeat the...
Dates: 1966 (defeated Donald Russell in the Democratic primary and Marshall Parker in the General Election for the U.S. Senate)

Charles Cecil Wyche Papers

 Collection
Identifier: SCU-SCPC-CCW
Abstract Charles Cecil Wyche served as the U.S. District Judge for the Western District of South Carolina for almost thirty years. He began his public career by representing Spartanburg County in the South Carolina House of Representatives from 1913 to 1914. He served in the U.S. Army during World War I as a First Lieutenant and later a Major. From 1919 to 1933, he served as city and then county attorney for Spartanburg. In 1924, Wyche was specially appointed associate justice to the South Carolina...
Dates: 1903 - 1969

D. Russell Spartanburg Speech

 File — Box: 747
Scope and Contents From the Sub-Series: Collection Description Audio and video recordings consist of over 700 video recordings and 800 audio recordings in multiple formats, arranged chronologically within format. Featured prominently across the formats are Hollings campaign ads, senatorial debates, and related campaign interviews and events, most notably footage and commentary from his campaign for the Democratic nomination for U.S. President in 1983-1984. Hollings made numerous media appearances to discuss legislative and campaign...
Dates: 1966

Donald S. Russell Papers

 Collection
Identifier: SCU-SCPC-DSR
Abstract Donald Russell began his career with the Spartanburg law firm of Nichols, Wyche and Byrnes, where he became a close friend and protege of James F. Byrnes. Thanks in part to this connection, Russell held several important positions with the Roosevelt and Truman administrations, including Assistant Secretary of State for Administration. In 1952, Russell was named president of the University of South Carolina. As president, Russell guided the school from regional significance towards its current...
Dates: 1929 - 1998

Dotsy Diane Lloyd Boineau papers

 Collection
Identifier: SCL-MS-12770
Scope and Contents Consisting of correspondence, scrapbooks, programs, and newspaper clippings documenting Boineau's association with United Daughters of the Confederacy but also with such other organizations as Columbia Junior Chamber of Commerce [Jaycees]; S.C. Chapter of the Arthritis Foundation; S.C. Heart Association; S.C. Council for the Common Good; Y.W.C.A. of Columbia; Woman's Club of Columbia; S.C. Federation of Women's Clubs; Boys' Clubs of Greater Columbia; Columbia Museum of Art; Columbia Festival...
Dates: 1898-2000

Introduction by Donald Russell

 File — Box: 13
Scope and Contents From the Sub-Series: Writings, 1964 to 1988, 3 ft., includes drafts of Laugh with the Judge and Littlejohn’s Half-Century at the Bench and Bar, followed by notes, reference material, and correspondence between Littlejohn and his editors and publishers. Drafts and published articles dating from 1985 through early 1992 document Littlejohn's contributions to several publications, including a regular series published in the South Carolina State Bar's newsletter The Transcript, titled “Chatting with the Bar.” Also...
Dates: 1987

July 25, Remarks at Dedication of Donald Stuart Russell Federal Courthouse, Spartanburg

 File — Box: 692
Collection Description From the Series: Speeches consist of 8 linear feet of material (8 cartons), 1952 to 2004, and are arranged chronologically within two sections: speech texts (approx. 1450 in all) and speech-related material. Speech texts include full texts of speeches, notes for speeches, speech drafts (edited and unedited), and speech memos. Hollings often spoke without a full text version in front of him. Filed throughout the speech texts are speaking invitations and event programs. Speech-related material consists of...
Dates: 1994

Lottie D. Hamby Papers

 Collection
Identifier: SCU-SCPC-LDH
Abstract Dolly Hamby was a partner in the all-female, Columbia-based Bradley, Graham, & Hamby Advertising and Public Relations Agency. The firm worked for high-profile political candidates and businesses, and on issues of public interest.
Dates: 1946 - 2001