clippings (information artifacts)
Found in 17 Collections and/or Records:
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.
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.
Correspondence, photographs, newspaper clippings, medals, and military records relating to the army service of Staff Sergeant Everett Pearson during World War II. Pearson was a Woodruff, South Carolina native active in France during 1944 and 1945 as part of the 249th Combat Engineers Battalion. Correspondence written to his mother and father in Woodruff makes up the bulk of the collection and spans from April of 1944 through October of 1945.
Three newspaper articles about Rep. Rita Allison. One is about her being named Career Woman of the Year in 2001. Another is about her losing an election in 2002. The third is about her filing a defamation lawsuit against an anonymous sender of a malicious letter in 2009.
Two newspaper clippings from the Spartanburg Herald-Journal and one issue of "Living Blues" magaiznes which all feature articles about blues musician, "Little Pink" Anderson.