Hurricane Hugo, 1989.
Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
3 photographs: an official photo, a foam-backed photo of Campbell with fallen tree following Hugo, and a photo of Campbell and other State Budget and Control Board members listening to a speaker
The Clippings series, 1984 to 2012, consists of clippings documenting various issues affecting the banking industry and South Carolina banks, as well as highlights from Hendricks’ legislative and banking careers.
T. Eston Marchant served as the Adjutant General of South Carolina from 1979 to 1995. His career in the military spanned almost fifty years. He also was an attorney and active in his community. Marchant served on the Board of Trustees of the University of South Carolina from 1965 to 1978. In 1990, he was named South Carolinian of the Year.
Natural Resources consists of materials on conservation, chiefly the Beachfront Management Act, H. 3731, which created erosion zones and new guidelines for the construction and repair of homes built on beachfront property. Also included are the Underwater Antiquities Act, the Conservation Easement Act, the South Carolina Conservation Finance Project, and the South Carolina Wildlife Federation.
James Madison Waddell, Jr., represented Beaufort and Jasper Counties as a Democrat in the South Carolina General Assembly for over thirty-five years. He was particularly interested in coastal conservation issues, and was founder and chairman of the South Carolina Coastal Council (now the Office of Ocean and Coastal Resource Management). In 1992 he resigned from the Senate to serve as an appointee of Governor Carroll Campbell on the state Tax Commission