The yearbooks allow us to trace change in the culture and attitudes of students on the CCU campus throughout the years.The 1969 yearbook is considered to be the first volume because previous editions were included as part of Garnet and Black, the University […] The Avery Research Center houses a variety of oral history interviews, largely documenting African American experiences in the Lowcountry.The images depict buildings of France, and soldiers and civilians of many nationalities. Huger Smith (1876-1958), was part of the Charleston Renaissance and is remembered as a painter, printmaker, author, illustrator, historian and historic preservationist.Journal kept by Alexander Glennie concerning his activities as rector of All Saints (Episcopal) Church, Waccamaw, South Carolina. Allen University has a rich and distinguished history. Titles published under this joint imprint are selected from the diverse collections of the Thomas Cooper Library and the South Caroliniana Library as a means to republish important out-of-print volumes of scholarship and […] This website provides access to more than 300 black and white aerial photographs of Richland County, South Carolina.
Known for its railway lines and lumber mills, Andrews quickly became a town that had a lot to offer.Includes a list of plantation chapels (Woodbourne, Laurel Hill, Brookgreen, Oaks, Litchfield, Waverly, Midway, True Blue, Hagley, Fairfield, Sandy Knoll, Cedar Grove, and Mount Arena); the constitution (1832) and minutes (1832-1838) of All Saints Sunday School (an […] A handmade ledger book from 1794 belonging to Alexander Mc Beth & Company, who began operations in Greenville County in the early 1790s. This ledger is held by the Greenville County Library System’s South Carolina Room. Founded in 1870 by the African Methodist Episcopal (AME) Church, the institution represents the dream of Daniel Alexander Payne (1811-1883), an apostle of black education in the United States, who saw the need for such a school among African Americans.The Alice Ravenel Huger Smith Collection contains the book, Twenty Drawings of the Pringle House (1917). Payne’s dream was fulfilled by Richard Allen, […] Contains photographs of the mill, village, and people of the American Spinning Company from the private collection of Robert “Bob” H. Organized in 1895 by Oscar Sampson, James Orr, and Jacob Cagle American Spinning Company began as a two-story wooden building, but grew rapidly adding a new brick building and other additions […] The Andrews Museum Collection features photographs taken of the century old town of Andrews, South Carolina.Oral history projects include the Avery Normal Institute documentation effort and the Sea Island Preservation Initiative.The Avery Sweetgrass Basket Collection holds significant modern examples of a centuries-old craft.She also used images to illustrate her […] This collection of photographs was donated to Richland Library in 1987 in honor of the bicentennial of the founding of the city of Columbia in 1786.