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Market report produced by the American Research Bureau documenting statistics on television audiences in Greenville, Spartanburg, and Asheville. Television stations enumerated include WFBC in Greenville, WSPA in Spartanburg, and WLOS in Asheville.
An abstract of title is a summary giving details of the title deeds and documents that prove an owner's right to dispose of land, together with any encumbrances that relate to the property. This collection consists of an abstract of title for property owned by M. O. Gregory in Converse Heights. The property was bought from Florence Mason Allen and Paul Mason Allen. The current address of the property is 603 Norwood St.
The Hall Brothers was a bluegrass singing group consisting of North Carolina brothers, Roy and Jay Hugh Hall. The singing group got started in 1937 singing on WSPA Spartanburg. This collection consists of one phonographic record with the songs "Spartanburg Jail" and "McDowell Blues" sung by the Hall Brothers recorded on it.
This collection donated by George Hamby includes the following items: 1973 issue of Gateway Magazine with article on arts in Spartanburg County, five photographic prints of Woodruff area buildings and landmarks, and one gelatin photograph of Durbin Creek covered bridge.
The materials in this collection were received after the closing of E. Kennedy St. Hardee's restaurant. It consists of photographs, a letter, a paper hat, a Coke napkin dispenser, a mug, a #1 sign, and a plaque. There is also a newspaper detailing how the library acquired the items.
The Harrelson Family held annual family reunions from 1932 to 2018. This collection consists of two ledger books with the minutes of reunion meetings, reunion programs, two photographs, and newspaper clippings about the early reunions. Additionally, there is a small amount of information about members of the extended family including obituaries, two lineage charts, and photocopies of some family histories. There is also a floppy disk with digital copies of the reunion minutes.
The Heinitsh family operated a pharmacy in Spartanburg for about ninety years. This collection consists of letters, photographs, and various papers belonging to the Heinitsh family along with the Chambers, Fogartie, and Kearny families who married into the Heinitsh family.
This collection consists of 14 photographs taken by Bill Helms. The majority of the photographs are of the Price House, inside and outside. A few of the photographs are of abandoned structures in Spartanburg County like the Anderson Mill, a barn near Highway 221 and Plantation Dr., a house on Anderson Mill Road, and a house on Hobbysville Road and Piedmont Dairy Road.
Andrew J.R. Helmus worked as a manager of the Andrews Company, originally a loom-reed and harness works company that transitioned to ball-bearings during World War II. This collection consists of papers related to Helmus's work at the Andrews Company, poetry that he wrote, speeches and essays that he wrote including those that he gave for fund raising for the Red Cross during World War II, scrapbooks, and receipts that show local business's stationary from the 1940s.
J. A. Henneman was a Spartanburg businessman who ran a jewelry store downtown. He was elected mayor in 1889 and was shot in office two years later. This letter was written to his cousin in Pennsylvania two weeks before Fort Sumter was attacked and predicts the attack.
This collection of over 400 images depicting Spartanburg from the 1880s through the 1960s was transferred to SCPL in 1998 from the Spartanburg Herald-Journal. Known for decades as the Willis Collection, most of the photographs were created by Alfred T. Willis and his son Bob Willis, but others were collected by the Willises from other sources. The collection itself consists of photographic prints, original negatives, internegatives, and resized negatives.
Industrial newsletters and publications, photographs, incorporation documents, construction details, and publicity relating to Hoechst Fibers, later Hoechst Celanese Corporation.
This collection consists of twelve folders documenting the founding and early operation of Hub-Bub, a Spartanburg arts and culture non-profit. A range of document types are included such as correspondence, posters and promotional materials, newspaper clippings, event documentation, musician set-lists, and committee minutes.
Records of Hub City Writers Project, Spartanburg, South Carolina, 1994-2005, consisting of photographs, research materials, correspondence, news clippings, promotional materials, manuscripts, first editions of books, and other materials. Photographs consist of historical images, portraits of authors, and activities of Hub City.
The Hughes and Leonard families were natives of the western part of Spartanburg County, particularly the Reidville and Woodruff areas. This collection consists of family photos, correspondence sent to three generations of women in the families, and a small number of other documents.
The Illustrative Readings in South Carolina History collection was compiled by the Federal Writers' Project as part of the Work Projects Administration Spartanburg District Office. The stories collected came from newspapers, pamphlets, and out of print books in order to preserve history that would not be recorded in history books and encyclopedias.
A single set of 13 rolled diazotypes--generically referred to as blueprints--for the Inman Colored High and Elementary School.
Single photograph of the Red and Blue Club of Inman First Baptist Church, made in 1935 by Alfred Willis.
Issues of the Landrum News Leader newspaper from September 3, 1987 to November 26, 2003; Woodruff News newspaper from August 19, 1993 to December 11, 2003; Inman Times newspaper from August 18, 1993 to November 15, 1995. There is also one issue of the Blacksburg Times from December 11, 2002.
This collection consists of issues of the Inman Times newspaper, mostly from 1921 to 1926. The Inman Times newspaper was a weekly newspaper that ran locally in Inman from 1920 to 2012.
Irvin Cribb was the Sports Editor of the Spartanburg Herald-Journal and a train enthusiast. This collection consists of photographs of downtown Spartanburg showing the demolition and building of building, postcards of Spartanburg, photographs and articles about trains, and numerous press passes to various sporting events.
Ten ledgers documenting financial accounting at Jackson Mills near Wellford, South Carolina. Ledgers labeled 'Accounts Payable' cover October 1922-February 1927, January 1948-November 1954, and November 1959-April 1961. Ledgers labeled 'Journal' cover April 1946-March 1958 and March 1964-March 1973. A single 'Cash Book' ledger covers October 1948-July 1957.
Nineteen (19) photographic negatives created by Spartanburg High School teacher Karl Jeffcoat in the late 1930s and early 1940s. Subjects include: statue at Brookgreen Garden; bridge over Green River at Lake Lure, NC; irises at Swan Lake, Sumter, SC; bridges at Converse, SC; Pacific Mills at Lyman, SC; library at Converse College; ducks at Cleveland Park; covered bridges; High Hills Baptist Church in Stateburg, SC; Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Hill; and trains on the Saluda Grade.
Joe Lynch was a native of Spartanburg who served in the Navy during World War II. This collection consists of 4 sheets of paper that relate to Joe Lynch's military service. Papers include his Notice of Separation from the US Naval Service, a Certificate of Satisfactory Service, a thank you note from President Truman, and a birth certificate issued in 1943 for his military records.
- 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