Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
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.
Dates: 1942 - 2020
Identifier: COD0000041-ACC 2005-0001
Scope and Contents This collection includes over 26,000 feet of film donated by Carolyn Karst, daughter of Bernie Lever, founder of Southeastern Film Processing, the first motion picture laboratory in Columbia, SC. The collection also includes advertising and educational films, and equipment.
Identifier: COD0000008-ACC 1990-0001
Scope and Contents This collection includes film and video shot by USC's Athletic Department from 1975 to 1990. Most of the films document USC's football and basketball programs; a handful document the university's track-and-field program. Materials consist of color and black and white 16mm film, and several video formats including VHS, 1 inch videotape, 3/4 inch videotape, and Betamax.
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 1980. 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.
Identifier: COD0000006-ACC 1995-0001
Scope and Contents This collection includes 16mm outtake footage shot by the news crews of Columbia, South Carolina's CBS affiliate from 1966 to mid-1976. The collection consists of black and white and color films, both sound and silent, comprising approximately thirty hours of footage. Materials document people, events, and the political and cultural history of South Carolina.