Monthly Archives: January 2012

Harvin Collection Now Open For Research

The time has arrived…check it out! Continue reading

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How I stopped worrying and broke the jinx!

My experience processing a collection at SCPC… Continue reading

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Public Figures/Private Lives: A Valentine’s Exhibit

New in our gallery…you’ll enjoy it even if you’re not a hopeless romantic Continue reading

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Who Owns Democracy? A Forum on Money and Politics

Jan. 23rd in the Hollings Library Continue reading

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Announcing National Cheese Day celebration, Jan. 27, 2012

Celebrate with us in the Hollings Library for our 9th annual observance of this most important holiday Continue reading

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Jack Bass to be honored with Lifetime Achievement Award

January 27th by the SC African American Heritage Commission Continue reading

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“Well, you can’t refuse a Sister” — Sister Mary Anthony Monahan, Fritz Hollings, and Hunger in South Carolina

One of the great joys in working at the Libraries is the friendships we develop with Library supporters — people who care about history and value what we do.  Our friends support us with their time, money and energy.  One … Continue reading

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Politics on Film Festival: Advise and Consent

Showing in the Hollings Library Tuesday, Jan. 10th, 5:30pm Continue reading

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SCPC Research Guide: State Education

Please check out this wonderful resource for people considering research at SCPC Continue reading

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An Internship of Discovery: a guest post by James Strickland

Read about James’ experience at SCPC! Continue reading

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