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Women -- South Carolina.

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Anna Heyward Taylor papers

 Collection
Identifier: SCL-MS-MS-15386
Scope and Contents Anna Heyward Taylor, well-known for her water colors and wood block prints, received professional art training from William Merritt Chase in New York amd B.J.O. Norfeldt in New England. She stidued the works of classical printmakers in Japan and developed an appreciation for textile art. She traveled extensively, includeing trips to Asia, Europe, British Guiana, the Virgin Islands, and Mexico. During her travels, she wrote letters home that detailed her experiences and observations...
Dates: 1886 - 1992

Hilla Sheriff papers

 Collection
Identifier: SCL-MS-11149
Scope and Content During the 1930s the field of public health became an attractive area of service for idealistic and public-spirited medical personnel in the South. Doctors entering this sector were able to exert major beneficial influence upon the health of entire communities, help eradicate previously common diseases, and cut the infant and juvenile death rates. This is illustrated in the life and work of Dr. Hilla Sheriff (1903-1988), documented in this collection of ten linear feet, consisting of...
Dates: 1908-1989

Young Women's Christian Association (Greenville, S.C.) records

 Collection
Identifier: SCL-MS-11407
Scope and Contents note The records of the Young Women's Christian Association (Greenville, S.C.) document the organization's activities from its inception in 1917. Consisting chiefly of newspaper clippings, photographs, and administrative papers, the collection records the YWCA's locations and building campaigns, its involvement with racial and other social issues confronting Greenville, and its operation of Camp Burgiss Glen.The Building Fund Campaign of 1962 is a prominent feature of the collection,...
Dates: 1917-1989