Showing Collections: 101 - 149 of 149
Presentation ceremony of the Army-Navy Award for Excellence in Production to the men and women of Drayton Mills, Spartanburg, S.C., Wednesday, April fourteenth, nineteen hundred forty three.
Content Description 1943 program for presentation ceremony, listing Drayton Mills men in service
Content Description A small grouping of documents assembled by the Preservation Trust of Spartanburg during its restoration efforts in Hampton Heights in the early 2000s. Documents focus on Carlisle Street and Hydrick Street.
Content Description Original oversize photographic print produced by Columbia Photo Studio depicting President William Howard Taft riding in an early model automobile. Richland County Public Library has an identical copy of this image, which is dated November 6, 1909.
Content Description Two (2) copies of James F. Byrnes Day (May 2, 1972) program, September 5, 1936 issue of South Carolina Newsview with cover article on JFB, January 6, 1947 issue of Time Magazine with James F. Byrnes named Man of the Year, and March 1947 issue of South Carolina Magazine with cover article on JFB.
Content Description Two photographic reprints of Pure Oil gas stations in the Spartanburg area. Exact location not identified.
Content Description One original Alfred Willis photograph depicting the R. H. F. Chapman house on Glendalyn Avenue in Spartanburg in 1928.
Content Description Scrapbook contents assembled by Raymond C. Trail Sr. including invitations, news articles, certificates, ribbons, speech transcripts, and photographs documenting the presentation of the Army-Navy E Award to Drayton Mills on April 14, 1943. Other items in the collection include a circa 1900 photograph of the Spartanburg Steam Bakery and C. J. Brede establishment on Morgan Square in downtown Spartanburg and a 1904 publication entitled "Illustrated Spartanburg" which includes detailed business...
Content Description Photocopied documents relating generally to education in Spartanburg County but most especially to the establishment and development of the male and female schools at Reidville, South Carolina. Collection contains six files of photocopies including selected pages from the Carolina Spartan spanning 1849 to 1883, a photocopied publication "The Academy Moevement in the South" by Edgar W. Knight (1919), a photocopy of "History of the Reidville High Schools" from the Robert H. Reid Papers held by...
Content Description One panoramic photograph by P. E. Witte depicting Camp Wadsworth on November 2, 1917.
Content Description Handwritten recipe book originally compiled by Mrs. Josiah Wiley Perry of Cedar Springs, South Carolina in 1893 and later given to her daughter, Annie Perry Jester in 1927. Contains approximately thirty pages of handwritten and newsprint recipes.
Content Description One cabinet card photograph of unidentified man by S. C. Mouzon.
Content Description Six boxes of files and architectural plans salvaged from the basement of the Schuyler Building. Topics include tenant and building information on the Schuyler Apartment Building and a significant collection of documents relating to the R/UDAT planning process, Spartanburg Area Transportation Study, Spartanburg Development Council, Spartanburg Chamber of Commerce, and various residential and commercial development projects. The bulk of the material was assembled or created by Pat Cecil from the...
Content Description Photographs and documents relating to various topics in Spartanburg County history collected by Scott Cromer.
Content Description Single sheet program listing the meeting schedule, music program, and art exhibit of the fifth biennial conference of the South Atlantic Section of the American Association of University Women held on April 13 and April 14, 1934. Activities center on the Cleveland Hotel and Converse College and include an address on "National Socialism and the Maintainance of International Peace" by Dr. Esther Caukin Brunauer. The art exhibit, coordinated by August Cook, features the art of many South Carolina...
Content Description Eight (8) photos, mostly depicting Spartan Bakery including building at 326 East Main Street (early 1960s) and building at 151 North Church Street (1940s). Another 1965 photo depicts the Cleveland Park train.
Content Description One 1903 photograph depicting the exterior and employees of the Spartanburg Candy Kitchen, on Morgan Square in Spartanburg.
Content Description Internal archives of the Spartanburg Chapter of the IAAP, formerly the James F. Byrnes Chapter of the National Secretaries Association and later the Professional Secretaries International. Collection includes an historical overview of the chapter's history, chapter by-laws, city proclamations, meeting minutes, chapter rosters, copies of chapter bulletin "Dixie Tation," Future Secretaries Association by-laws and Spartanburg Technical College chapter documents, newspaper clippings, chapter...
Content Description One 8"x10" photographic print depicting a new bottling machine that had been transferred from a boxcar to the back of a large truck for the Coca-Cola bottling plant in Spartanburg.
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 One set of blueprints and diazo prints consisting of approximately 80 oversize sheets depicting renovations to the Spartanburg Country Club in 1965 and 1966. Primary architect is noted as Tom Hollis.
Content Description Primarily photographs illustrating the various activities of the Spartanburg County Health Department in the 1950s and 1960s, including health inspection of factories, physicians, issuing forms, home and farm visits, and laboratory work. Second file contains “Final Report of Field Training Period” (1945) containing descriptions of programs, radio broadcast transcripts, and a July 1945 Startex Prints newsletter.
Content Description The majority of the collection consists of photographs of schools, students, teachers, and school activities. Also included are photographic negatives, WPA-era school surveys, and architectural plans. These materials may have been assembled by Ella Poats while gathering material for her publication in 1982, many of the photographs in the collection are reproduced in her book. Collection had been stored at Cummings Street School prior to donation to SCPL.
Content Description Twenty four photographs of Spartanburg County School District 2 buildings, most of which are identified as having been created by Curry's Studio of Gaffney, SC. Identified schools include Chesnee High School, Boiling Springs Elementary, Mayo Elementary, Fingerville Elementary, Foster's Grove High School, John Dodd Elementary, Carlisle Elementary, Boiling Springs High School, Cooley Springs Elementary, Chesnee Elementary, and Valley Falls Elementary. Several other photographs remain unidentified.
Content Description Two boxes containing photographs, correspondence, photocopies, and hand-written notes assembled and created by Ed Hall during his research into the history of the Spartanburg Memorial Airport. These materials were used in the production of his book on Spartanburg's downtown airport.
Scope and Contents The Herald-Journal collection consists primarily of subject and biographical files from the 1960s-1990s, compiled by the Herald-Journal before and after the merger of the Herald and Journal newspapers, negatives made by staff photographers, and a news index created by managing editor Hubert Hendrix, and portrait photographs, which are both separately filed and found within the biographical files.
Content Description Dedication program including schedule of events, a listing of officials, a floor plan of the school, and a history of the school's planning and construction.
Content Description Yearbook photos and snapshots relating to the Distributive Education program at Spartanburg High School during the 1940s to 1960s. None of the photos are labeled, although identifications for many could be obtained by looking through SHS yearbooks of the time. One notable photo is a portrait of Alfred Willis carrying camera.
Content Description 8 boxes of histories, general information, playbills, production information and photographs relating to the Spartanburg Little Theatre. This comprises the entirety of the SLT's internal archives through the early 2000s.
Content Description Documents generated by the Men’s Garden Club from the 1950s to 2010 and assembled by Henry Pittman in the process of writing a history of the organization. Documents include meeting notes, rosters, correspondence, maps, photographs, planning documents and brochures.
Content Description Two copies of the Spartanburg Phillies souvenir program issued for the 1974 baseball season. Includes advertisements for Spartanburg businesses, profiles on managers Howie Bedell and Hub Blankenship, and a full-page advertisement for the Uptown Spartanburg Association promoting the Main Street Mall.
Content Description Five files containing programs, photos, newspaper clippings, project overviews, a coloring book of women in Spartanburg, and a commemorative calendar, all produced for the Spartanburg Sesquicentennial in 1981.Full inventory: 1. Folder: Programs, Publicity a. Invitation to Birthday Celebration b. Three photos of Sesquicentennial events c. Two programs for “Spotlight on Spartanburg Women” event d. “Femonomics” Documentary proposal e. Copy of SHJ article, 5/31/1981 f. Copy of SHJ...
Content Description One photographic print depicting the lowering of the cornerstone to the 1906 United States Post Office located at the corner of North Church Street and St. John Street. The image includes the Cleveland Law Range and a large crowd with Freemasons and Knights of Columbus.
Content Description Six (6) published tourism guides to Spartanburg from the early 2000s. Most were produced by the Convention and Visitors Bureau.
Content Description Small collection of papers originally belonging to Stanyarne Wilson and his wife Hattie Hazard Wilson. Items include an unlabeled photo of a large group of children and adults from ca. 1920, a 1922 statement to Mrs. Stanyarne Wilson from the Country Club of Virginia, genealogical notes on the Wilson and Blackburn families, a 1928 letter from the Spartanburg Bar Association to Mrs. Wilson concerning a memorial service for her late husband, a small typewritten invitation to a social for Miss...
Content Description A collection of approximately 25,000 plats, surveys, and maps created or accumulated by a multi-generational surveying business operated by the Stribling and Gooch families since the 1910s. The collection consists of physical documents, a small selection of surveying tools, and an electronic database containing keywords and images of many of the maps in the collection.
Content Description Photocopies of two photographs and one novelty letter originally printed on cotton canvas stationery by the Bank of Spartanburg in 1915 promoting Spartanburg County cotton and industries. One photograph depicts the exterior of the Alva D. Carter Heating and Plumbing business at 113 South Church Street in Spartanburg around 1924. A. D. Carter is depicted on the far left and T. S. Miller, Sr. is on the far right. The other photograph depicts a large gathering of the Parris or Elder family around...
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.
Content Description A miscellaneous grouping of newspapers, newsletters, and programs with a concentration on local arts. Items include a program from the 1973 "Greek Nite" (a predecessor to the Spartanburg Greek Festival), fall 2007 and winter 2008 editions of the Arts Partnership of Greater Spartanburg's tapestry publication, a catalogue from the 1989 "Picasso and Friends Again" exhibit at the Spartanburg Arts Center, a 1966 dedication program for the Spartanburg Post Office, a March 1968 edition of WSPA news,...
Content Description One stereoview depicting a crowd investigating several overturned railroad cars adjacent to what appears to be a textile mill. Seller noted that the stereoview was found amidst others depicting the Pacolet River flood of 1903. No flood damage is evident in this image.
Content Description Small collection of ten (10) items, pertaining to the Vassey and Ray families of northern Spartanburg County. Items include: 1. Photograph of Jonas Vassey, ca.1920 (reproduction); 2. Photograph of Phillip Ray family, ca. 1900 (reproduction); 3. Photograph of three Chesnee law enforcement officers on horseback, 1920s (reproduction); 4. Four men with disassembled still, 1920s (reproduction); 5. 1930s election card for Cordie Page; two search warrants, two arrest warrents, and a mortgage...
Content Description Single handwritten letter from W. A. Nesbitt of Camp Johnson, Columbia, SC to his mother, Mrs. E. D. Nesbitt of Glenn Springs, SC, dated May 4, 1862. Contents discuss having two pairs of Sunday shoes made by William Prewitt. W. A. Nesbitt is a member of Captain John Winsmith's company.
Content Description Mortgage on two mules and four bales of cotton signed by W. F. Newman for $351. Mortgage issued to O. P. Morgan and registered in Moore, Spartanburg County, South Carolina.
Content Description Collection assembled by Wade and Thula Buchanan, long-time employees of Inman Mills, consisting of several copies of the Inman Times (1930s and 1950s-1970s), Inman Mills Baptist Church bulletins and photographs, Inman Mills employment records, a few North and South Carolina postcards, business receipts, a 1974 Miss South Carolina Pageant program, and a small batch of political ephemera from the 1970s.
Content Description Various photographs, newspaper clippings, church directories, and other documents relating to the history of Cowpens First Baptist Church, Cowpens High School class of 1944, Cowpens Veterans Park, and the town of Cowpens, South Carolina collected by longtime town historian, Wilhelmina Dearybury.
Content Description Two items: a booklet listing and describing battlefield surgeries undertaken by William T. Russel between 1862 and 1865 while with the Holcombe Legion and a small case containing six ivory-handled surgical instruments, two needles, and a small lancet (?). Both are contemporary to Russel's work as a surgeon in the Holcombe Legion.
Content Description Nine (9) photographs, most depicting employees of Woodruff Mill and Abney Mill. One image shows a man receiving a shot from a nurse and another shows a small crowd gathered in front of the Piedmont Natural Gas building in downtown Woodruff.
- photographs 65
- Spartanburg (S.C.) 47
- Spartanburg County (S.C.) 23
- correspondence 19
- programs (documents) 13
- postcards 11
- World War II 10
- World War, 1939-1945 10
- Military camps 9
- clippings (information artifacts) 9
- Schools 8
- Textile factories 8
- World War I 8
- World War, 1914-1918 8
- houses 7
- negatives (photographs) 7
- Commercial buildings 6
- Civil War, 1861-1865 5
- Soldiers 5
- Teachers 5 ∧ less
- Willis, Alfred 6
- Camp Croft (Spartanburg, S.C.) 5
- Wofford College (Spartanburg, S.C.) 5
- Camp Wadsworth (Spartanburg, S.C.) 4
- Clifton Manufacturing Company 3
- Spartanburg County School District Seven 3
- Beaumont Manufacturing Company (Spartanburg, S.C.) 2
- Byrnes, James F. (James Francis) 2
- City of Spartanburg 2
- Glendale Mills 2
- Hub City Writers Project 2
- Spartanburg Downtown Memorial Airport 2
- Spartanburg High School 2
- United States. Army. Division, 27th 2
- Witte, P. E. 2
- (Spartanburg, S.C.) Herald-Journal 1
- Alexander Music House 1
- American Association of University Women 1
- American Red Cross . Piedmont Chapter 1
- American Research Bureau 1 ∧ less