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August and Irma Cook were prominent artists and art teachers in Spartanburg. This collection consists of sketches, watercolors, prints, booklets, and photographs created or assembled by August and Irma Cook. The collection also contains many autobiographical notes written by August and several World War II ration booklets.
This file consists of nine sheets removed from a scrapbook otherwise filled with household tips, recipes, and anecdotal stories clipped from newspapers and pasted into a book. Retained were pages containing newspaper clippings from the 1881 dedication of the Daniel Morgan Monument and the Cowpens Centennial Celebration. Also retained was a two sheet program from an exhibition of the 1881-1882 sophomore class of Wofford College held on May 11 and May 12, 1882.
The Crim family ran a dairy in Poplar Springs, SC. The collection includes papers related to land owned by the family and photographs of the dairy farm and the Crim family.
This collection consists of 111 photographic negatives of taken by Herman Davis of images of his family and of the town of Pacolet. Images of Pacolet include the drug and grocery stores, baseball field, American Legion building, Pacolet Mills and Montgomery Memorial Methodist Church.
Wilhelmina Dearybury was a long-time resident of Cowpens who was involved in the town's Bicentennial Committee, Mighty Moo Festival, and history museum. This collection consists of 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 that Wilhelmina Dearybury collected.
Frederick Dicks was a World War II solider who was stationed at Camp Croft. This collection consists of 13 loose postcards and two postcard packets that Dicks sent to his brother and parents. The postcards show scenes of Camp Croft and 1940s Spartanburg.
This collection consists of a sheet of paper with drawings of the front of Dorman High School, the Bonnard B. McMahan Gymnasium, and John L. Martin Stadium before the campus was renovated in 2002.
Program for the presentation ceremony of the Army-Navy Award for Excellence in Production to the men and women of Drayton Mills. The program lists the Drayton Mills men in service.
Reprinted photograph of two boys near the water wheel below Duncan Park lake in Spartanburg. Boys are identified as Joe Wells and Clyde Wells.
Photographs, correspondence, writings and miscellaneous documents from the Edward Earle Bomar (1861-1947) family. Contents focus on the Bomar, Earle and Landrum families. Other subject areas include the Cleveland family, the Vernon family, Baptists, Spartanburg Male Academy, Spartanburg Female Academy, Downtown Spartanburg, the Civil War, Bivingsville and Glendale, Limestone College, Converse College, Wofford College, Wade Hampton, Red Shirts, Dexter E. Converse, and John G. Landrum.
This collection consists of a program for the dinner in honor of Charles Lindbergh, the program for the 1927 Spartanburg Music Festival, and tickets for the 1969-1970 and 1970-1971 Spartanburg Concert Series.
One record book for the Enoree Baptist Church Sunday School. The record book contains weekly class attendance reports and lists of the names of students and teachers.
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.
One file folder containing forty-two items, mostly menus and programs from the Franklin Hotel in Spartanburg, South Carolina. Subfolders include Spartanburg Bar Association, Rotary Club, Kiwanis Club, Chamber of Commerce, education-related, and military-related. File also includes two photographs of the Franklin Hotel (originally part of the Finch Hotel) dated 1921 and 1936.
This collection consists of scrapbooks which include photographs, newspaper clippings, event invitations, and other papers. Most of the materials are related to the fundraiser "Beaux Arts" ball that the Friends of the Arts threw every year.
The Gardeners was a garden club in Spartanburg that was founded by three women in 1930 and disbanded sometime around 1970. This collection consists of meeting mintues, yearbooks, and the cut (stamp) for the design of the yearbook covers.
General Marshall's Victory Report on the Winning of World War II in Europe and the Pacific: Biennial Report of the Chief of Staff of the United States Army, 1943 to 1945, to the Secretary of War
George Walter Moore served as treasurer of the local union chapter at Startex Mills. His papers detail the attempts to unionize the mill, the lawsuits that came from the suspension of union members, and other materials related to labor unions in the United States.
The Georgia Cleveland Home was a boarding house whose goal was to provide a suitable home for aging women of good character, but limited income, in a manner best calculated to preserve their individual dignity. The collection includes board meeting minutes and other board records, financial records, information on the residents, photographs, and an In Memorium book.
Photographs, scrapbooks, and genealogical papers connected with several interconnected families including the Gibbs, Cooper, Wingo, Lawrence, Saunders, and Fulmer families.
Leather bound album consisting of 24 8"x10" photographic prints depicting the facilities, equipment, and operations of the Geilfuss Bakery, also known as the Dixie Cake Company. Most of the prints are captioned and stamped with the imprint of photographer Alfred T. Willis.
Carl Sandburg (1878-1967) was an American poet and writter. Through out his career, Sandburg was awarded three pultizer prizes: two for his poems and one for his biography of Abraham Lincoln. This collection consists of three letters regarding Horace Gilbert's visit to Carl Sandburg's home in Flat Rock, NC.
Photographic print depicting mill village school and school children at Glendale, SC around 1905.
This collection donated by Margi Gorczycu consists of 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).
- photographs 106
- Spartanburg (S.C.) 56
- correspondence 33
- Spartanburg County (S.C.) 28
- postcards 22
- programs (documents) 22
- Military camps 20
- World War II 17
- World War, 1939-1945 17
- World War I 15
- World War, 1914-1918 15
- minutes (administrative records) 14
- newspapers 13
- clippings (information artifacts) 12
- Textile factories 11
- negatives (photographs) 11
- Civil War, 1861-1865 10
- Schools 10
- scrapbooks 10
- Central business districts 9 + ∧ less
- Camp Wadsworth (Spartanburg, S.C.) 13
- Spartanburg County School District Seven 9
- Camp Croft (Spartanburg, S.C.) 8
- Willis, Alfred, 1880-1945 8
- Spartanburg High School 7
- Wofford College (Spartanburg, S.C.) 5
- City of Spartanburg 3
- Clifton Manufacturing Company 3
- Lindbergh, Charles A. (Charles Augustus), 1902-1974 3
- Spartanburg Downtown Memorial Airport 3
- Spartanburg Phillies (Baseball team) 3
- United States. Army. Infantry Division, 27th 3
- B & B Studios 2
- Beaumont Manufacturing Company (Spartanburg, S.C.) 2
- Bilanchone, Linda Powers 2
- Byrnes, James F. (James Francis), 1882-1972 2
- Clark, Shelby V.T. 2
- Frank Evans High School (Spartanburg, S.C.) 2
- Glendale Mills 2
- Hub City Writers Project 2 + ∧ less