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This collection consists of two volumes of ledgers from Spartanburg Probate Court. One is a ledger of letters of administration and the other is a ledger of warrants of appraisal. These ledgers include the names of the estates being settled, those settling the estates, and wittnesses.
The collection consists of the Spartanburg Rotary Club minutes of Directors' meetings and club luncheon meetings spanning more than three decades, from 1916-1947. There are also some items related to the history of the Rotary Club.
This collection consists of six (6) published tourism guides to Spartanburg from the early 2000s. Most were produced by the Convention and Visitors Bureau.
A page from a document from 1878 that lists the voting precincts in each county in South Carolina. In addition to Spartanburg County, the page also lists the voting precincts in the counties of Lancaster, Laurens, Lexington, Marion, Marlboro, Newberry, Oconee, Orangeburg, Pickens, Richland, Sumter, and Union. Parts of the lists for Williamsburg and Kershaw counties are also included.
One unsent photographic postcard depicting St. Paul Catholic Church in Spartanburg around 1920.
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.
Yard-long photograph by Alfred Willis of the ushers who participated in the Billy Sunday revival held in Spartanburg from January 9 to February 19, 1922. Ushers are standing on the courthouse lawn on Magnolia Street and the image includes a much of the eastern side of Magnolia Street. The only person identified is the donor's grandfather, John Miller Johnson, who is seated second from far right.
The Textile Industrial Institute was founded in 1911 as a way to provide high school level education to textile mill workers to prepare them for advanced education or employment. The Institute evolved into the Spartanburg Junior College, which provided associate degrees, before becoming Spartanburg Methodist College in 1974. This collection consists of one photograph of the Textile Industrial Institute's 1930 baseball team.
This collection consists of 3 pages with 3 drawings each of various textile mills located in Spartanburg County. Textile Mills portrayed in the drawings include Whitney Mills, Drayton Mills, Beaumont Mills, Arkwright Mills, Clifton Mills #2, Cowpens Mills, Inman Mills, Saxon Mills, and Valley Falls Mills.
The Pacolet Neigh Newspaper was the monthly Pacolet Mills community newspaper that ran from 1949 to at least 1981. This collection consists of issues from 1949 to 1956. There is also one issue of The Telapaco News, the Pacolet High newspaper.
The Spartanburg Salvation Army hosts an annual fundraiser, The Toast of the Town, where a prominent Spartanburg resident is roasted. This collection consists of three videos of the fundraiser from the years that Will Barnet, Dr. Benjamin Dunlap, and Jack Roper were roasted.
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.
This collection consists of 9 photographs of trains. One photograph shows a train crossing the Broad River near Chesnee, SC. Four of the photos show trains belonging to the Southern Wood Piedmont Co. in Gulf, NC, Wilmington, NC, and Augusta, GA. One photo shows the Royal Hudson 2839 leaving Ashland, KY. The last three photos are unlabeled.
Poster to elect W. Dewey Tullis to Spartanburg County Board of Commissioners, a predecessor of the Spartanburg County Council. Tullis lost the election to Elizabeth Patterson. Tullis, an Upstate educator and community leader, was inducted into the South Carolina Black Hall of Fame and was a recipient of the Order of the Silver Crescent.
Sarah Turner Tolley worked as a nurse at the Station Hospital at Camp Croft during World War II. Her papers include administrative papers from the hospital, programs from various musical events, invitations to various events thrown by the YMCA and other organizations, and papers about fundraising initiatives.
This accession consists of two photographs taken in the summer of 1920. One photograph shows a man and a lady fishing at Lawson's Fork Creek, near Tuck's Bridge. The other photograph shows a house in Oconee County labeled as M.S. Stribling's residence at 205 Isundega St. Westminister, SC.
This collection consists of records from the Vera Davis Chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy including membership applications, a program for the 85th annual convention, lists of tax paying members, and the chapter registrar.
This collection consists of items related to the Spartanburg Phillies Baseball team during its last season in Spartanburg. Items include ticket stubs, baseball cards, season schedule, and a flattened penny.
W. Manchester Hudson was a Spartanburg architect whose firm designed residences, schools, and other buildings in Spartanburg county from the 1940s to the 1970s. This collection consists of architectural drawings, photographs, and job specification documents.
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.
This collection consists of two scrapbooks containing newspaper clippings, photographs, and other papers showing the history of the Wellford Home and Garden Club.
Sixteen page report created by Cushman and Wakefield Financial Services Group on the investment potential of Westgate Mall in Spartanburg, South Carolina. The report includes property and tenant descriptions, cash flow projections, and demographic data about the Spartanburg area.
- 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