Found in 23 Collections and/or Records:
Army and Navy Masonic Service Center postcard
Postcard depicting interior of Masonic Temple in Spartanburg in the 1940s, when a portion of the building was used as a recreation facility for Masonic servicemen. Postcard has been mailed by Private George Martin, stationed at Camp Croft, to his wife in Plainfield, Vermont.
Block House postcard
One postcard depicting the Block House at the boundary between North and South Carolina near Landrum, South Carolina. Mailed in 1912 by W. A. McClure of Spartanburg to Frank T. Henrietta of Fort Bayard, New Mexico.
Camp Croft -- "JEEP" cartoon book, 1942
This collection consists of two copies of JEEP, a cartoon book created by two soldiers at Camp Croft, John Bothwell and Peter Czerepak. There are also two postcards showing the 26th and 31st Infantry Training Battalion buildings.
Frederick Dicks postcard collection
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.
Frank Evans High School postcard
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.
Margi Gorczycu postcard collection
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).
Irvin Cribb papers
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.
Irwin From collection
Margaret Lathrop Law papers
The Margaret Lathrop Law papers consist of an autobiographical sketch, manuscripts, notes, photographs, and postcards. The manuscripts include Aimee, Law's published novel, along with notes about the research done for the novel. The other manuscripts in the collection appear to be of unpublished novels. The photographs and postcards were collected during Law's numerous trips abroad including trips to Japan, France, Spain, Italy, and Poland.
Carla Mayo postcard collection
This collection consists of nine postcards depicting scenes in downtown Spartanburg, all mailed by Lois to Ann Eitel in March of 1949. Scenes include the main building of Wofford College, First Baptist Church, US Post Office and Federal Court House, Frank Evans High School, Mills Ave, Main St. looking East and West, Morgan Monument, and Spartanburg General Hospital.
Everett Pearson papers
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.
Terri L. Phillips collection
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.
"Pickaninny Review" postcard
Lt. Herbert Rollins digital collection
Lt. Herbert Rollins was a solider stationed at Camp Wadsworth and Camp Jackson during World War I. This digital collection consists of his letters, postcards, and photographs.
Scott Cromer collection
Photographs and documents relating to various topics in Spartanburg County history collected by Scott Cromer.
Spartanburg Confederate Monument postcard
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.
This collection consists of nine postcards. Six are related to World War I and Camp Wadsworth, 2 are portraits of unidentified people, and 1 is of a destroyed house after the Second Battle of Bull Run.
This collection consists of 19 postcards bought at an antique mall in Virginia. Images include Camp Croft, Camp Wadsworth, First Presbyterian Church, Central M. E. Church, Southside Baptist Church, Bethel Methodist Church, Cleveland and Gresham hotels, and Converse College.
St. Paul Catholic Church postcard
One unsent photographic postcard depicting St. Paul Catholic Church in Spartanburg around 1920.
Wightman Hall postcard
Unmarked postcard depicting Wightman Hall on the Wofford College campus. The building was built in 1957 and demolished in 1999.
Wilson-McMillan Family papers
Winter scene at Camp Wadsworth postcard
Photographic postcard depicting tents and roadway in deep snow. Reverse is labeled "Spartanburg, SC. Camp Wadsworth, Dec. 1917"
Wofford Street bridge postcard
Photographic postcard depicting steel road bridge under construction on Wofford Street in Spartanburg. A crew of three men stands in the foreground and streetcar tracks are visible on the street.