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American Association of University Women (South Carolina Division) records
Dates: 1949 - 1993
Edward North Thurston Family Papers
Scope and Contents Several generations of family papers, legal documents, financial records, books and photographs, 1825-1935 and 1961, in various formats, representing the activities of the Thurston family of Charleston, S.C., and the related Hoffman, Hill and Fishburnel families during antebellum, Civil War and Reconstruction eras through the early twentieth century. Includes several items that reflect the impact of secession and the Civil War on financial transactions such as sale of real estate in the...
Dates: 1825 - 1919
Garden Club of South Carolina records
Dates: 1927 - 1986
The Reverend Monsignor Donald C. Hamburger Collection
Scope and Contents Audio recordings documenting lectures, sermons, etc. at various churches in Charleston, Columbia, and Camden, S.C., collected by the Rev. Monsignor Hamburger. Tapes include Reverend Hamburger's 1956 ordination ceremony at Cathedral of St. John the Baptist, Charleston, his "Silver Jubilee Mass" in Camden, his 1964 "WIS-TV talks," his "Kindergarten lectures, part 3," as well as his last sermon at St. Mary's, Charleston. Includes an undated address by Monsignor Joseph Bernardin, a native of...
Dates: 1956 - 1965
Weldon James papers
Scope and Contents The papers of Weldon Bernard James, reporter, columnist, editor, and U.S. Marine Corps Colonel, consist of 7.5 linear feet of topically arranged materials detailing his life and interests. Included in the collection are articles, biographical information, correspondence, identification papers, photographs, publications, writings, scrapbooks, and materials relating to James’ education, finances, and military service. Articles in the Weldon James collection include both those written by...
Dates: 1928 - 1981
Young Women's Christian Association (Columbia, S.C.) records
Scope and Contents The records of the Columbia YWCA document the organization's activities from its charter in 1914. The records reflect the myriad programs offered by the YWCA over the years. Although the YWCA caters to women and children, the organization also provided hospitality centers for the soldiers at Fort Jackson during the World War periods. The organization's work went beyond the typical social and health programs for women to include a Women's Resource Center that opened in early 1975, and...
Dates: 1914 - 1987
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