- 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
- Impeaching the President
Category Archives: donor relations
Jim Mann, son of former U.S. representative James R. Mann, recently suggested I might enjoy watching a 1983 documentary on the Nixon impeachment hearings. Mann (1920-2010), a Democrat, represented South Carolina’s 4th District from 1969 to 1979. He donated his … Continue reading
SCPC donor and friend, Sarah Leverette, will garner another accolade when, on Tuesday, September 26th, she is awarded the 2017 Rev. Sen. Clementa C. Pinckney Award for Justice by the S.C. Appleseed Legal Justice Center. The award will be celebrated … Continue reading
SCPC typically enjoys long close relationships with our donors and often with their families and/or senior staff. In some offices, staff come and go. In others, senior staff stay with their bosses for years. Fritz Hollings and Lindsey Graham are … Continue reading
One of the more clever campaign pieces we’ve seen was sent out by Nick Theodore. Theodore’s Tasty Treats is a 5 ½ x 8 inch trifold providing some twenty recipes compiled by his wife Emilie. We have exhibited this brochure … Continue reading
Charles D. “Pug” Ravenel (1938-2017) passed away Saturday after battling cancer. A small memorial exhibit is on display at the entrance to the Hollings Library through the end of April. SCPC is honored to preserve Ravenel’s papers, five feet of … Continue reading
On Sunday, Lloyd Hendricks celebrates his 75th birthday. We hope it is a grand and memorable occasion. I first met Lloyd and his wife Susan at a library event in 2011. It wasn’t an SCPC event and I was just … Continue reading
William Jennings Bryan Dorn has been on my mind lately. In truth, I think of Mr. Dorn often. I got to know him well, late in his life. He made a big impression. Bryan Dorn was born for politics. He … Continue reading
Joe Wilson’s DC office is filled with memorabilia of a life in politics. His recent move to the Longworth House Office Building is documented in this very fun video available on YouTube. Kudos to his staff for making this move! … Continue reading
For many of us, Wikipedia is the first stop when researching any topic or person that we’re unacquainted with. I forgot who was Lieutenant Governor in 1957? Check Wikipedia. There’s a government agency I know nothing about? Check Wikipedia. Naturally … Continue reading