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Abstract Speaker, motivator, mentor, recruiter and leader, Moxon dedicated her life to service. She knew citizen groups could accomplish their goals through cooperation, hard work, and perseverance. Moxon was involved in and held positions in organizations and campaigns such as Advocates for Comprehensive Health Education (ACHE), SC Division of the American Association of University Women (AAUW), Common Cause of SC, Constitutional Convention Repeal Campaign, Equal Rights Amendment of SC (ERA), SC...
Abstract This collection documents the activities of this former president of the League of Women Voters of Columbia, Richland County Councilwoman, State Representative for House District 75, Associate Director of Children's Services under Gov. Hodges, and Columbia College lecturer of Political Science.
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.
Abstract The DWC of South Carolina seeks to identify, encourage and support qualified female Democratic candidates, to help women achieve a level of equality on all levels of government, and to encourage participation in political activities.
Abstract Erminie McKnight Nave and her husband John Thomas Nave were active leaders in Republican politics from the 1960s to the early 1990s, chiefly in Greenwood County but also at the district and state levels. Mrs. Nave served as chair of the Greenwood County Republican Party and of the Third District Republican Party. Mr. Nave served as Mayor of Greenwood, Greenwood County Republican Party chair and as state executive committeeman.
Abstract Harriet Keyserling, a Democrat and self-proclaimed "New York Jewish liberal," represented Beaufort County in the South Carolina House of Representatives from 1977 until her retirement in 1993. During her legislative career and her service in numerous cultural organizations, Keyserling was a tireless advocate of the arts, of education, and of the protection of the environment from nuclear waste and other energy hazards.
Abstract The League of Women Voters of Columbia/Richland County (S.C.) was organized as a provisional league in 1947, and recognized as a local league in 1950, one year after the recognition of the Charleston and Spartanburg leagues. These three local organizations formed the nucleus of the state League. The League is a non-partisan organization that encourages citizens to learn about and become active in national, state, and local government.
Abstract The League of Women Voters of South Carolina was formed in 1951 from the three local leagues then existing in Charleston, Columbia and Spartanburg. The League is a non-partisan organization that encourages citizens to learn about and become active in national, state, and local government.
Abstract Founded in 1948, the Spartanburg (S.C.) league was disbanded during the spring of 1960, and reorganized circa 1974-1975. The League of Women Voters is a non-partisan organization that encourages the informed and active participation of citizens in government and influences public policy through education and advocacy.
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.
- Subject: Women -- Political activity -- United States X
- League of Women Voters of South Carolina 3
- Hollings, Ernest F. 2
- League of Women Voters of Columbia/Richland County 2
- McNair, Robert E. (Robert Evander), 1923-2007 2
- South Carolina. General Assembly. House of Representatives. 2
- Alda, Alan 1
- American Association of University Women. South Carolina Division 1
- Badische Anilin- & Soda-Fabrik. BASF 1
- Barron, Keller H. (Keller Bumgardner) 1
- Bradley, Jane H. 1
- Bricker, John W. (John William), 1893-1986 1
- Byrnes, James F. (James Francis), 1882-1972 1
- Catt, Carrie Chapman, 1859-1947 1
- Citizens Association of Beaufort County (S.C.) 1
- Collier, Pat 1
- Columbia High School (Columbia, S.C.) 1
- Concerned South Carolinians for a Better Environment 1
- Culbertson, John Bolt 1
- Democratic Party (S.C.) 1
- Democratic Women’s Council of South Carolina 1
- Dorn, William Jennings Bryan, 1916-2005 1
- Fowler, Donald L. (Donald Lionel) 1
- Goldwater, Barry M. (Barry Morris), 1909-1998 1
- Graham, Cora Doten 1
- Hamby, Lottie D. (Dolly) 1
- Humanities Council SC 1
- Keyserling, Harriet, 1922-2010 1
- Kline Iron and Steel Co. (Columbia, S.C.) 1
- League of Women Voters of Columbia (S.C.). Directory of elected officials 1
- League of Women Voters of Columbia (S.C.). Know your county (Lexington County, S.C.) 1
- League of Women Voters of Columbia (S.C.). Know your county (Richland County, S.C.) 1
- League of Women Voters of Spartanburg (S.C.) 1
- Leverette, Sarah 1
- Morris, Earle E., Jr. 1
- Moxon, Barbara 1
- Nave, Erminie M. (Erminie McKnight) 1
- Nave, John T. (John Thomas) 1
- Planned Parenthood Federation of America 1
- Ravenel, Charles DuFort, 1938- 1
- Russell, Donald Stuart, 1906-1998 1
- Sanders, Alex 1
- Schlafly, Phyllis. 1
- South Carolina Christian Action Council 1
- South Carolina Coalition for the ERA 1
- South Carolina Commission on Women 1
- South Carolina Environmental Action, Inc. 1
- South Carolina Tricentennial Commission 1
- South Carolina. General Assembly 1
- South Carolina. General Assembly. House of Representatives. Judiciary Committee 1
- South Carolina. General Assembly. Senate. Judiciary Committee 1
- Thurmond, Strom, 1902-2003 1
- University of South Carolina. Division of Educational Services 1
- Wedlock, Janet 1
- West, John Carl, 1922-2004 1 ∧ less