- 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: oral history
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
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
For over a decade, the Libraries have supported a project by Marvin Lare to document the Civil Rights movement in South Carolina through oral history. This month, USC Press will publish the first volume in this epic work, envisioned as … Continue reading
Crawford Cook passed away this past weekend. He was the ultimate political insider. In 1997, he graciously sat for an oral history interview during which he reflected on his life. He began his life in politics as campaign manager for … Continue reading
In 1979, I came to South Carolina to work for the state Department of Archives and History. At that time, the Archives was engaged in a major oral history project documenting the gubernatorial term (1965-1971) of Robert McNair (1923-2007). In … Continue reading
We are currently at work arranging and describing the papers of retired Columbia College history professor Robert Moore. Bob is one of South Carolina’s premier scholars on the Civil Rights movement. He has focused particularly on Matthew Perry’s leadership in … Continue reading
S.C. Political Collections Celebrates Congress Week South Carolina Political Collections is a proud member of the Association of Centers for the Study of Congress (ACSC). ACSC is sponsoring its fifth annual Congress Week, April 1 – 7, with the theme … Continue reading
Judge Matthew J. Perry, Jr. had a fascinating legal career and achieved much progress for civil rights in South Carolina, he discussed his experience as a lawyer as well as some aspects of his personal life in a lengthy oral history conducted by Dr. Robert J. Moore. Continue reading
Learn more about the life and career of longtime South Carolina Democratic activist Edward P. “Ted” Riley in this latest installment from SCPC’s Oral History project. Continue reading