South Carolina -- Politics and government.
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: SCU -SCPC-JSB
Scope and Contents The Jack Bass Papers, c. 1936 to 2017, consist of 25 linear feet of material chiefly documenting Bass’s work in researching and writing his books. The collection is divided into nine series: Academic, Campaign, Journalism, Personal, Publications, Topical, Audiovisual, Clippings, and Vertical File Materials. Academic, 1967-2011, documents Bass’s positions as a professor or instructor at various institutions. Material relates to job searches, classes taught, student work, and...
Dates: c. 1936-2017
Scope and Contents Note Scope and Content NotesThe collection consists of approximately twelve linear feet of materials that document the life history of Abbie and Niels Christensen, their ancestors, and their descendants. In date, the collection ranges from approximately 1817 to 1999, with the bulk of the papers ranging from 1850 to 1935. The collection consists of six series: Correspondence, Family Papers, Port Royal Agricultural School, Beaufort History, Miscellaneous Oversized Materials, and Photographs and...
Dates: 1817 - 1999
Scope and Contents The Leverette collection consists of 19 linear feet of material. Series include General, Topical, Audiovisual, Speeches, Clippings, Vertical File Materials, and Scrapbooks. Within the Topical series, the most extensive subseries pertains to the League of Women Voters, documenting Leverette’s and her colleagues’ work in that organization, including research, discussion, and advocacy efforts on political and governmental issues; outreach and education; and voter service and protection. The...
Dates: c. 1943-2017; Majority of material found within 2002 - 2013
Scope and Content Note Correspondence, telegrams, and other papers relating to May Coker; her selection as Mother of the Year in 1958 at both the state and national levels; her concern for the education of women; travels; interest in gardening; involvement in humanitarian causes; and her observations on European, U.S., and South Carolina politics.Correspondence, ca. 1915-1943, from Mrs. Coker's parents, Daniel C. and Lou McKenzie Roper, and husband, David Robert Coker, re state and national politics...
Dates: 1908 - 1975