Author Archives: Dorothy Walker

Former South Carolina Governor James B. Edwards on the 1964 Presidential Campaign Waged by Barry Goldwater

This entry is the second in a short series of posts celebrating the 50th anniversary of Barry Goldwater’s 1964 Presidential campaign. See the first and third. An exhibit in the Hollings Library’s Brittain Gallery, October 16 through November, “In Your … Continue reading

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The Diplomatic Life…continued

A few more fascinating images from our exhibit now on display, “The Diplomatic Life.” Come see the complete exhibit in the SCPC gallery at the Hollings Library! Continue reading

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In the Family Tradition

Members of the Olin Johnston family visit SCPC to see the exhibit on the Senator and his daughter, Congresswoman Liz Patterson, documenting their family’s dedication to public service. Continue reading

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Spence and the Sunbelt Caucus

Documenting the career of Congressman Floyd Spence…at SCPC and at the Carl Albert Center in Oklahoma. Continue reading

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Research at SCPC Growing

Herb shares some thoughts about scholarly research being done at SCPC. Continue reading

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Jim Covington: Documentarian Extraordinaire

A remarkable piece of audiovisual history comes to light…thanks to a remarkable journalist and help from MIRC! Continue reading

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John West: In His Own Words

The newest edition of “In Their Own Words” is now online…featuring items from the collection of former governor and ambassador John C. West. Continue reading

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The Bridge Builder: Solomon Blatt Reflects on a Lifetime of Service to South Carolina

A rare, in-depth interview with longtime SC House Speaker Solomon Blatt is now available online for the first time! Continue reading

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Holiday Schedule

Our holiday closing schedule…but there’s still time to see the Christmas on the Potomac exhibit! Continue reading

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Remembering Nick Zeigler, 1921-2012

South Carolina has lost a remarkable treasure with the passing of “Nick” Zeigler yesterday. Continue reading

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