- The Life and Legacy of Bill Workman
- 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
Category Archives: Student Assistants
This blog entry was written by Graduate Assistant Clara Bertagnolli as part of a class project for FILM 710: Media and Archives. Each student was tasked with the job of designing a project using archived media. Modjeska Simkins is well-known … Continue reading
As you may have seen, at the end of May we installed a new exhibit in our galleries entitled “Nuclear Carolina: Energy and Waste in the Palmetto State.” When Dorothy Walker, SCPC’s Associate Director, first approached me with the idea … Continue reading
By Chandler White I became aware of the Moore Summer Internship through my academic adviser at the University of Tennessee, where I am a second year graduate student. I made the decision to apply due to my dual interests in … Continue reading
From Colt revolvers to Katherine Hepburn, from the Charter Oak to the dramatic story of the discovery of gas as an anesthetic, Connecticut has a much richer history than I expected when I began my internship there at the Connecticut Historical Society this summer. I didn’t know what to expect, but what I got was a small taste of what Connecticut has to offer and what many facets of museum work are like. Continue reading
A summer spent immersed in agricultural history…see what Chris learned in our nation’s capital. Continue reading
Happy 225th Birthday, Congress! Continue reading
Graduate assistant Clara Bertagnolli tells stories from the oral histories of the West family. Continue reading
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
With the start of classes this week, summer is officially behind us. SCPC says good-bye to six students. Continue reading