We are in the closing days of American Archives Month, a month-long celebration of all things archival. In honor of Archives Month, I thought now to be a good time to take a look at the resources on our website that might aid you, friend of the archive, in your research.
I. DeQuincey Newman Papers -- a Methodist pastor, activist, entrepreneur, and a leading figure in the Civil Rights movement in South Carolina. His entire collection is digitized. Some documents are available online through the link above. Others may only be viewed from a computer at SCPC.
Fritz Hollings: In His Own Words --200 of Senator Hollings' writings, speeches, photographs, and audio files from his days as Lt. Governor, Governor, and U.S. Senator.
The Acerbic Pen: Editorial Cartoons from the Collections of Walt Lardner and Kate Salley Palmer. At left is a Lardner cartoon about the Hunger tours of the late 1960s and early 1970s embarked on by Senator Hollings and Governor West.
Exhibits on Robert McNair, Donald Russell, Floyd Spence, and John West
Fritz Hollings: In His Own Words -- 200 items from the Papers of Fritz Hollings
Civil Rights material and Women's History material at SCPC.
Books written by and about our donors (like Jack Bass, Kate Salley Palmer, and C. Bruce Littlejohn)
Memoirs of U.S. Representatives and Senators.