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Selected List of Printed South Caroliniana
- John J. Abercrombie, Battle of Honey Hill, South Carolina. Chicago, 1911.
- Ashepoo Mining and Manufacturing Guano Company, Charleston, Prospectus of the Ashepoo Mining and Manufacturing Guano Company of Charleston, South Carolina. New York, 1874.
- Bamberg High School, The Dragon. Bamberg, 1939.
- Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Sonnets from the Porgtuguese. Aiken, 1900. Palmetto Press edition.
- Truman Capote, Se Oyen las Musas. Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1958. First Argentine edition of Truman Capote's account of the European tour of the second "Porgy and Bess" touring company.
- Wilbur J. Cash, The Mind of the South. New York, 1941. American Marxist Herbert Aptheker's annotated copy.
- Cashmere Shawl Goat Imported from Turkey in Asia by James B. Davis, M.D. of South Carolina During the Year 1848: The First Importation Ever Made and Proved by Naturalists and Divines to be that Variety from Which Curtains on the Tabernacle Were Made. Indianapolis, 1867.
- Charleston and Savannah Rail Road, Report of the Chief Engineer on the Preliminary Survey of the Charleston & Savannah Rail Road. Charleston, 1854.
- Perry D. Frazer, Elementary Gunsmithing: A Manual of Instruction for Amateurs in the Alteration and Repair of Firearms. Plantersville, 1938.
- Freemasons, Pythagorean Lodge No. 21, Charleston, By-Laws of Pythagorean Lodge, No. 21, A.F.M. Charleston, 1873.
- Joshua Giddings, Speech of Mr. Giddings, of Ohio, on the Trial of Preston S. Brooks, for an Assault on Senator Sumner. Before the House of Representatives, July 11, 1856. Washington, 1856.
- DuBose Heyward, Porgy and Bess. Paris, France, 1953. Theatre program for touring company of the play, as presented in Paris; photographs and brief biographical information on the actors, including Joseph Attles, of Charleston, Rhoda Boggs, of Greenville, and John McCurry, of Anderson.
- J. Honfleur, Prospectus of the Improved Plans of Teaching Drawing from Nature, Coloring, Mathematical & Isometrical Perspective: Invented and Taught by J. Honfleur. Columbia, 1852.
- Lancaster News, 1909-1937 (scattered issues).
- Lancaster County Citizen, 22 January 1920 issue.
- Stiles B. Lines, "They Were Afraid To Ask Him" (A sermon preached by the Rev. Stiles B. Lines, Rector of Grace Episcopal Church, Camden, on 30 December 1956 following an incident in which a member of his congregation was severely beaten by unknown assailants). [Columbia], Diocese of Upper South Carolina, Department of Social Relations (reprint from the Camden Chronicle, 31 December 1956).
- Inez Lopez, Caviar for Breakfast. New York, 1940.
- Samuel Lucius, Abscheids-Rede, so denen nach dem berühmten Carolina...[An Address...Who wanted to go to...Carolina]. Bern, Switzerland, 1735.
- Listervelt Middleton, Southern Winds African Breezes. Blythewood, 1987 (1992 reprint). Cover art by Larry F. Lebby.
- Listervelt Middleton, We Be Creosote People. Columbia, 1982. Cover illustration by Leo Twiggs.
- Pentecostal Holiness Church, Minutes of the [25th-32nd] Annual Session[s] of the Lower S.C. Conference of the Pentecostal Holiness Church. Franklin Springs, Ga., 1935-1942.
- Pentecostal Holiness Church, Minutes of the [33rd-62nd] Annual Session[s] of the South Carolina Conference of the Pentecostal Holiness Church. [Franklin Springs, Ga.], 1943-1946 and 1950-1972.
- South Carolina. General Assembly. House of Representatives, Rules of the House of Representatives of the General Assembly of South Carolina. Columbia, 1846.
- W.F. Stevenson, Short Statement as to Cheraw Presbyterian Church. Cheraw, 1906.
- Voorhees Industrial School, Fourteenth Annual Report of the Principal and Treasurer. Denmark, 1911.
- Walker, Evans & Cogswell, Walker, Evans & Cogswell's Alabama Almanac for 1873; ...for 1874. Charleston, 1873, 1874.
- Joseph Henry Zerbey, The South as Seen in 1930. Pottsville, Pa., 1930.
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