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Abstract The Democratic Party of South Carolina Records document the party's efforts at the local, state, and national levels. Headquartered in Columbia, the party's primary purposes are to promote the its interests throughout the state, provide campaign assistance to Democratic candidates for state and national office, and serve as a liaison with the national and local Democratic parties.
Dates: 1924 - 2016; Majority of material found within , 1966- 2008
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...
Found in: South Caroliniana Library
Abstract This small collection consists of 75 photographs of public figures, including Speaker of the House Sol Blatt, state senator Edgar Brown (both in photo at right), Governor Robert McNair, state senator James P. "Spot" Mozingo, and Governor John West. The photos were taken by Doug Mauldin, a South Carolina journalist and photographer who worked for The State, the Greenville News, and the Associated Press, frequently reporting on state government.
Abstract John West served his state and nation well as a soldier during World War II, as a member of the South Carolina Senate, 1955 to 1966, as Lieutenant Governor, 1967 to 1971, as Governor, 1971 to 1975, and as United States Ambassador to Saudi Arabia, 1977 to 1981. Returning from Saudi Arabia, West practiced law, lectured on government and the Middle East at the University of South Carolina, served as Chairman of the Board of the Seibels Bruce Insurance Company, and engaged in a number of...
Dates: c. 1840s, c. 1857, 1905, 1924, 1938-2004
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
Abstract Philip Gibbs Grose, Jr., was a journalist, government administrator, speechwriter, public affairs aficionado, and author. Grose devoted his life to writing about and serving the government of South Carolina. Throughout his life, Grose’s words and actions documented South Carolina’s move to become a modern state, but his name and words were hidden behind the guise of a political journalist and government bureaucrat until late in his life when he became a published author. His papers span his...
Dates: 1966 - 2011
Abstract Robert Evander McNair represented Allendale County in the South Carolina House of Representatives from 1951 until his election as Lieutenant Governor in 1962. He served under Governor Donald Russell until 1965, when the death of U.S. Senator Olin Johnston left a vacancy in South Carolina's congressional delegation. McNair succeeded Russell as governor and appointed Russell to serve in the senate until such time as a special election could be held. McNair was elected to a full term as governor...
Dates: 1953 - 2010
Identifier: COD0000005-ACC 1984-0001
Scope and Contents This collection contains outtake footage shot by the news crews of Columbia, South Carolina's NBC affiliate from 1959 to 1978. It includes 16mm color and black and white films, both sound and silent, documenting people, events, and the political and cultural history of South Carolina. The collection also contains teleprompter scripts for broadcasts dating from 1963-1979.
Found in: Moving Image Research Collections (MIRC)
- Names: McNair, Robert E. (Robert Evander), 1923-2007 X
- South Carolina Political Collections 6
- Moving Image Research Collections (MIRC) 1
- South Caroliniana Library 1
- South Carolina -- Politics and government -- 1951- 6
- Civil rights movements -- Southern States -- History -- 20th century. 4
- Elections -- Southern states. 2
- Elections -- United States -- History. 2
- Liquor laws -- United States. 2
- Orangeburg Massacre, Orangeburg, S.C., 1968. 2
- Politicians -- United States. 2
- School integration -- United States. 2
- Women -- Political activity -- United States. 2
- Advertising -- Social aspects. 1
- Advertising agencies -- South Carolina -- Columbia -- History. 1
- Advertising agencies -- United States -- Columbia -- Management. 1
- Advertising, Political -- United States. 1
- African Americans -- Civil rights -- History -- 20th century. 1
- African Americans -- Civil rights -- Southern States. 1
- African Americans -- Education -- Southern States. 1
- Alcohol -- Law and legislation. 1
- All-America City Award. 1
- Bars (Drinking establishments) -- Law and legislation. 1
- Businesswomen -- United States. 1
- Civil rights. 1
- Columbia (S.C.) 1
- Columbia (S.C.) -- Commerce. 1
- Columbia (S.C.) -- History. 1
- Columbia (S.C.) -- Social life and customs. 1
- Governors -- South Carolina. 1
- Legislators -- United States. 1
- Local elections. 1
- Motion picture journalism. 1
- Music -- Societies, etc. 1
- Oral history. 1
- Political campaigns -- United States. 1
- Segregation in education -- United States. 1
- Self-employed women. 1
- Television news. 1
- Vietnam War, 1961-1975. 1
- Women -- Societies and clubs. 1
- Women-owned business enterprises -- United States. 1
- Youth -- Political activity -- United States. 1 ∧ less