"South Carolina on the Brink: Robert McNair and the Politics of Civil Rights"
The largest series, Publications, consists of materials related to Grose’s career as a writer, primarily his two biographies, including research notes, oral histories, drafts, and publicity for each book. McNair materials include copies of the FBI Report from Orangeburg and the court case U.S. vs. Addy, along with correspondence related to the 1969 Charleston Hospital Strike and the 1970 USC student protest. West material includes oral histories with West, copies of documents from the Jimmy Carter Library, items detailing Saudi and American business and correspondence about the State Department’s censorship of John West’s journal. The series also contains items from an essay Grose worked on about the life of the Reverend Isaiah DeQuincey Newman.
- 1966 - 2011
Library use only.
From the Collection: 12.5 Linear Feet
Part of the South Carolina Political Collections Repository
Ernest F. Hollings Special Collections Library
1322 Greene St.
University of South Carolina
Columbia SC 29208 USA