Columbia (S.C.) -- Social life and customs.
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 16 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents Land papers, genealogical information, speeches, personal papers, unattributed essays and writings related to the Banks, Vance, and Young families of South Carolina. Majority of the early land papers relate to property owned by the Young family in Laurens District (S.C.). Several generations represented in this collection include the Rev. William Banks (1814-1875), of Chester County (S.C.); his son Alexander R. Banks (1847- ), and his son-in-law the Rev. Joseph Bingham Mack (1838-1912), a...
Dates: 1819-11-10 - 1978-04-20
Scope and Contents The Berg Family Papers include personal correspondence; business documents; baptism, confirmation, marriage services, registers provided by funeral homes; diplomas ranging from kindergarten through post-graduate college; religious tracts; genealogical charts; and magazines such as The Horseless Age, 1902, Parks’ Floral Magazine, 1918, Motorboating, 1920, and Radio News, 1927. Pamphlets among the papers vary widely in subject matter from religion to building boats and pilot rules for certain...
Dates: 1852 - 1968
Scope and Contents Chiefly correspondence and personal papers of William Clare Bull and his wife, Hessie Travis Bull, when separated due to work-related travel or visits withextended family. William Clare Bull served in the US Navy and the South Carolina National Guard for a brief period in 1915-1917. Due to his father’s terminal illness, the Navy released him to care for his family. Bull later joined the South Carolina National Guard, Company L, 2nd Regiment, but received an honorable discharge by reason of...
Scope and Contents Chiefly scrapbooks of speeches, photographs, correspondence, newspaper clippings, and other papers of jurist C. Tolbert Goolsby, Jr., related to his career in the South Carolina Attorney General's office, private practice, and the South Carolina Court of Appeals.
Scope and Contents The papers of Chapman James Milling (1901-1981) span the years 1838 though 1987. Included in the papers are personal, family, and literary correspondence, literary pieces by Milling and other writers, newsclippings, photographs, genealogical files, and miscellaneous bound volumes. Units of material in the collection reveal Milling's literary and medical pursuits, and the collection focuses principally upon these two lifelong commitments. The primary focus of the collection is Milling's literary...
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...
Scope and Contents This collection consists of approximately fifteen linear feet of manuscripts and related materials providing important insights into the life and work of educator, librarian, and community leader Ethel Martin Bolden (1918-2002) in Columbia and throughout the greater South Carolina area. Augmenting the collection is a unit of material associated with Ethel Bolden’s elder son, astronaut Charles Bolden, Jr. (b.1946). Bolden received a B.S. degree from the U.S. Naval Academy in 1968,...
Scope and Contents Chiefly family letters, many written in German, with son, Oscar Lieber and others; correspondence and reports to presidents and the Board of Trustees of South Carolina College with suggestions and comments on conditions; together with journals, a scrapbook of newspaper clippings, and other papers. Includes correspondence re publication of the Encyclopedia Americana. Lieber's teaching positions at S.C. College and Columbia University; the publication and editing of Lieber's writings; the...
Dates: 1808 - 1969
Scope and Contents Thirty cartons plus forty-seven oversized, 3” deep flat file boxes, 1923-2014, of correspondence, personal papers, photographs, and artwork, reveal the life and work of this South Carolina artist who spent his entire working career (1949-1987) as the illustrator for The State newspaper. The single largest unit of materials in the collection consists of Smyrl’s artwork, most of it primarily created daily for the newspaper. Covering everything from local to global news, this artwork especially...
Dates: 1923 - 2014
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