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Content Description One postcard depicting the Block House at the boundary between North and South Carolina near Landrum, South Carolina. Mailed in 1912 by W. A. McClure of Spartanburg to Frank T. Henrietta of Fort Bayard, New Mexico.
Content Description Nine (9) postcards depicting scenes in downtown Spartanburg, all mailed by Lois to Ann Eitel in March of 1949.
Content Description One postcard depicting the Frank Evans High School, otherwise known as Spartanburg High School, in 1925. Originally mailed to Mr. J. L. Alpert of Baltimore, Maryland.
Content Description 13 loose postcards and two postcard packets, all relating to Camp Croft and 1940s-Spartanburg.
Content Description Collection with a baseball and transportation focus, but including a wide range of materials collected by the donor. It includes law enforcement patches, an Amtrak dining car menu, list of trial cases for October 1913 at the Spartanburg County Court of Common Pleas, four first day air mail covers, an envelope from the USS Spartanburg County, stationery from J. A. Lee and Son of Spartanburg (1883), stock certificates from First Citizens Bank (1983) and Clifton Manufacturing Company (1922), many...
Content Description Six (6) postcards depicting scenes in Spartanburg. All unmailed. Images include Spartanburg General Hospital (ca. 1950), Spartanburg County Public Library (1960s), Episcopal Church of the Advent (1960s), Walnut Grove Plantation (1970s), Wofford College (1980s), and Converse College (1980s).
Content Description One postcard labeled "pickaninny review of army truck train, Camp Wadsworth, Spartanburg, S. C," depicting four black children watching an army truck pass by. Originally mailed in 1917 to Mrs. Delia Spoor of Mount Vernon, New York. Written content: "Hello! Pretty busy. Have to cut trees and pulls the stumps before we can pitch our tents. Mud is 2 feet deep here. My cold is just the same. Very sore throat and racking cough! Feel pretty good though. Rains. Very busy. Write later. Love, Clyde."
Content Description Photographs and documents relating to various topics in Spartanburg County history collected by Scott Cromer.
Content Description One colorized postcard depicting the Confederate Monument on South Church Street in downtown Spartanburg. Reverse includes a message written by an unidentified Camp Wadsworth soldier in company A of the 106th machine gun battalion.
Content Description The collection consists of a postcard depicting an old grist mill near Spartanburg (ca. 1950) and two election documents: a list of voters for the election of the Spartanburg District Ordinary on August 11, 1857 at Campobello and election tallies for various Spartanburg District polling places for the election of state legislators on October 15, 1828.
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