Addition to Flynn T. Harrell Papers, 1963-2005
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Six and a quarter linear feet, 1963-2005, added to the papers of Dr. Flynn T. Harrell document his career in state government in the office of the Attorney General Travis Medlock. | Manuscripts Gifts 2006 | Previous Issues | Endowments | Friends of the Library |
In addition to speeches and testimony given in behalf of the Attorney General, there is information on the Annual Law Enforcement Leadership Conference, 1984-1994. After his retirement from state government, Dr. Harrell served on the State Ethics Commission. His tenure there is represented by minutes, annual reports, and publications.
As treasurer of the South Carolina Baptist Convention prior to his association with the Office of the Attorney General, as an active layperson in the Baptist Church which included a term as president of the South Carolina Baptist Convention, and currently as a member of Shandon Presbyterian Church, the relationship between church and state has been a subject to which Dr. Harrell has devoted a lifetime of study, advocacy, and active membership in Americans United for Separation of Church and State.
The collection includes correspondence, 1963-2005; annual reports, board minutes and reports, and strategic planning documents, 2000-2005; and publications of Americans United and other organizations, including Church & State, Faith Connections, and Freedom Alert. Dr. Harrell’s service on the Board of Visitors of Wake Forest University Divinity School and on the Board of the Center on Religion in the South is documented by minutes, newsletters, and correspondence, 1994-2004. Dr. Harrell remains an active member of Americans United and will periodically add documentation to this collection.