- The Life and Legacy of Bill Workman
- In Honor of Veterans’ Day: The Military Career of William D. Workman Jr.
- The Senate Campaign of William D. Workman, Jr.
- Reprocessing the William D. Workman Jr. Papers Photographs: Rehousing
- Reprocessing and Digitizing the William D. Workman, Jr. Papers Photographs: Beach Music
Monthly Archives: April 2010
This week, Statehouse Report asked,”Remember this Pioneer?” And the answer is… Harriet Keyserling, a Democrat and self-proclaimed “New York Jewish liberal,” represented District 124, Beaufort County, in the South Carolina House of Representatives from 1977 until her retirement in 1993. … Continue reading
This week, Statehouse Report asked,”Where in the world were these two?” And the answer is… Robert Ashmore, U.S. Representative for South Carolina’s 4th District, risks running afoul of the authorities as he steps out of the American Sector of Berlin … Continue reading
As we prepare for our move to the Hollings Special Collections Library, our staff has been compiling a list of the things we will miss, and not miss, in leaving the “Pearle” building, our home since we were established in … Continue reading
This week, Statehouse Report asked, “What are these guys doing?” And the answer is… In 1969, U.S. Senator “Fritz” Hollings embarked on a crusade to bring attention to the prevalence of hunger among South Carolina’s poor. With the help of … Continue reading
This week, Statehouse Report asked, “Who’s on the stump?” And the answer is…William Jennings Bryan Dorn was a spell binding speaker. In 1938, at the young age of twenty-two, Dorn was elected to the South Carolina House. Two years later … Continue reading
Have you ever seen one of these? Do you know what they’re called? Maybe you played with one growing up while sniffing around your mom, dad, or grandparent’s desk? We like to call them “pop-up” directories or something similar. Turns … Continue reading