Author Archives: Lori Schwartz

Tales from the Governor’s Mansion: Anecdotes from the West Family Oral Histories

Graduate assistant Clara Bertagnolli tells stories from the oral histories of the West family. Continue reading

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Whiskey and Watermelons: Anecdotes from the Johnston Years

Chris Fite, one of SCPC’s new graduate student assistants, regales us with tales from an oral history he recently read and cataloged. Continue reading

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Is this the same place? — SCPC’s gallery gets a facelift

A photographic tour of the SCPC gallery. Continue reading

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An Epic Summer: 2013

With the start of classes this week, summer is officially behind us. SCPC says good-bye to six students. Continue reading

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A Moore Intern’s Summer Reflections

Karli writes about what she learned during her summer internship at SCPC. Continue reading

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Farewell, Laura!

Join me in bidding adieu to Laura Litwer. Continue reading

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More than “Moonlight and Magnolias” — Governor Hollings and the Quest for Industry

New exhibit now up in the SCPC Gallery. Come spy a shovel, a lot of cogs, cool pics, and more. Continue reading

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Polarization in America’s Public Discourse

Join us next Tuesday for SCPC’s latest forum. Continue reading

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Who ya gonna call? The Conservation Lab!

Sometimes, gems in our collection need some serious TLC. Continue reading

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The Lighter Side

An exhibit looks at some of the ordinary and extraordinary experiences of our elected officials. See it through April 27th! Continue reading

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