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Learning about Agriculture at the National Museum of American History

A summer spent immersed in agricultural history…see what Chris learned in our nation’s capital. Continue reading

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The United States Congress: The First 225 Years

Herb Hartsook helps us celebrate Congress Week. Continue reading

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Judge Matthew J. Perry: In His Own Words

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

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In Memoriam: Jerry Beasley (1934-2013)

Herb reflects on the recent passing of a great friend to SC Political Collections and the University 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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A Moore Intern’s Summer Reflections

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

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Personal Letters added to the Nick Zeigler Collection

New addition to the papers includes charming family letters from Anne Zeigler to her husband. Continue reading

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Homegoings: The Role of the Funeral Director in the African American Community

Herb writes about a program he attended at the South Carolina Department of Archives and History on the funeral industry…and its connections to SCPC collections. Continue reading

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Oral Histories and Civil Rights Leaders

Newly available oral histories at the South Caroliniana Library only add to the rich resources on the civil rights movement held by University Libraries, including SCPC. Continue reading

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2013 William Jennings Bryan Dorn Undergraduate Prize Awarded to Bonnie Werlinich

For her paper, “Building Relationships and Institutions: The Founding of a University Center at Spartanburg”. Bonnie’s research materials included SCPC’s McNair collection. Continue reading

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