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Bass, Jack (1934)



  • Existence: 1934

Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:

Bass, Jack

 File — Box 83
Scope and Contents From the Sub-Series: The Topical subseries of Personal depicts Riley’s continuing interest and involvement in education and children’s issues between his terms as governor and Secretary and following his service as Secretary. It includes material relating to the Riley Institute at Furman University, as well as documenting Riley’s activity in the Democratic Party. A substantial Persons subseries contains files on Jimmy Carter, Pat Conroy, Bryan Dorn, John Glenn, members of the Kennedy family, and others. Among...
Dates: c. 1898 - 2018

Bass, Jack

 File — Box 46
Scope and Contents From the Series: Personal files chiefly consist of campaign materials from Spence‘s many races. Also present are papers relating to Spence‘s education, Naval service, family, and membership in the Sons of Confederate Veterans and St. Peter‘s Lutheran Church. There is also extensive material regarding Spence‘s medical problems and his two resulting organ transplants—a double lung transplant in 1988 and a kidney transplant in 2000. Early in his illness, his doctors were unsure of the nature of his lung...
Dates: 1978

Bass, Jack

 File — Box 25
Scope and Contents From the Series: Personal Papers is the largest series in the collection. Major topics include Zeigler’s work with Big Brothers and numerous cultural institutions in Florence, his education in Florence public schools and at Harvard Law, his service in the U.S. Navy, his family, his writings, and his involvement with the State Board of Corrections. His family files comprise two linear feet and include significant correspondence with his wife and mother, among other family members. The most recent additions to...
Dates: 1921 - 2012

Jack Bass Papers

Identifier: SCU -SCPC-JSB
Scope and Contents The Jack Bass Papers, c. 1936 to 2017, consist of 25 linear feet of material chiefly documenting Bass’s work in researching and writing his books. The collection is divided into nine series: Academic, Campaign, Journalism, Personal, Publications, Topical, Audiovisual, Clippings, and Vertical File Materials. Academic, 1967-2011, documents Bass’s positions as a professor or instructor at various institutions. Material relates to job searches, classes taught, student work, and...
Dates: c. 1936-2017

Henry Eichel Papers

Identifier: SCU-SCPC-HE
Description of Materials The Henry Eichel Papers consist of four linear feet split into three series: Persons, Topics, and Photographs.The Persons and Topics series consist of newspaper clippings and notes from stories Eichel planned on writing. The Photographs series consists of mainly headshots of many South Carolinians in the news in the 1970s. Many of the photos have percentages written on the back as...
Dates: 1958 - 2003

Jack Bass Interview, 1974

 File — Box 32
Collection Description From the Collection: The collection consists of 32 ft. of material, 1921 to 2012, relating to all aspects of Zeigler's life, from his early days in Florence through his legal career and his service in the General Assembly and on various boards and commissions. The collection is particularly valuable in providing insight into the development of Florence’s cultural institutions. Arranged in eight series, the collection includes Calendars, Campaign Files, Legal Files, Legislative Files, Personal Papers,...
Dates: 1974

Oral Histories, 1986 - 1987, on gubernatorial terms, interviewed by Jack Bass (3 folders)

 File — Box 75
Scope and Contents From the Series: The Personal series includes materials relating to Riley’s involvement as a private citizen with education and other issues and public interest groups, as well as files on his family, his campaigns for office, legal career, oral histories conducted with Riley, schedules, and travel. 1994 saw the passing of Riley’s father, “Mr. Ted,” at the age of 94, followed shortly by Riley’s undergoing cancer surgery. The collection includes condolence letters and get-well notes. Also included are letters...
Dates: 1986 - 1987, on gubernatorial terms, interviewed by Jack Bass (3 folders)