Category Archives: South Carolina

Work Underway on Palmetto Education Association Collection

By Sam Alexander, J.A. Kay Graduate Assistant The PEA/SCEA (Palmetto Education Association and South Carolina Education Association respectively) Collection contains manuscripts and documents relating to PEA during the last two decades of its existence during the 1950s and 1960s, and … Continue reading

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Mapping the Future: Digitizing the Map Collection of the South Caroliniana Library

By Ann Merryman, Coordinator of Archives and Special Collections, USC-Upstate There are many reasons why libraries are interested in creating digital collections or online digital exhibits.  Showcasing legacy materials that support the library’s core mission, bringing together disparate materials that … Continue reading

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