Author Archives: Kate Moore

Gov. McNair Recollects: Albert Watson & School Integration Incidents in South Carolina

Herb discusses oral history and how it can be part of historical research, adding to–and sometimes disagreeing with–the documentary record. Continue reading

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Women in Politics

Herb discusses his work writing biographical sketches of South Carolina’s female political leaders, and the resources SCPC has to offer about them. Continue reading

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Reflections of a Biographer

Prof. Jack Roper shares with us some memorable discoveries in the Dorn Papers Continue reading

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SCPC Graduate Assistants to Spend Summer in Washington

Check out what Laura Litwer and Caitlin Mans are doing this summer! Continue reading

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Immigration in America: How Do We Fix a System in Crisis?

Join us tomorrow in the Hollings Library…rsvp details inside Continue reading

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In Memoriam: Philip G. Grose (1938-2012)

One of SCPC’s great friends, Phil Grose, passed away last week.  Unbeknownst to many of his friends, he had been diagnosed with leukemia three years ago, but Phil lived a rich life until the cancer returned recently. In that three … 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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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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Oral History Transcripts about Life in the Governor’s Mansion Now Online!

Adding to the “Life in the Mansion” exhibit currently up in our gallery, check out these transcripts. Continue reading

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