The Negro Travelers’ Green Book was a travel guide series published by Victor H. Green from 1936 to 1964.
New Insights In The American Civil Rights Movement: South Carolina Council On Human Relations Records
The South Carolina Council on Human Relations (SCCHR) played an important role in improving the lives and social conditions of African Americans. They also worked towards promoting racial harmony in South Carolina and the southern region.
This pamphlet is a simple guide for people who are new to voting. It explains the South Carolina League of Women Voters’ goals and how government and elections work.
This is a revision of the mice in the American genus Peromyscus.
This collection has two volumesx` with historical and genealogical information about Fairfield County, South Carolina. It includes details about families who lived in the area, as well as related families in Charleston, Orangeburg County, Richland County, and other parts of South Carolina.
This collection includes stories, logs, and pictures from people who were on the U.S.S. Landing Craft Infantry 759 during World War II.
Official Program Of The Mid-Winter Session Of The Bishops’ Council Of The African Methodist Episcopal Church February 14, 1923
This item contains information about a meeting that occurred in Columbia, S.C. in 1923. The meeting was attended by the Bishops’ Council of the African Methodist Episcopal Church.
Giovanni Battista Piranesi was a creative artist famous for his drawings of Rome’s buildings and imaginative prisons.
Pages from the Past is a digital collection of medieval manuscripts from various institutional archives in South Carolina.
The first book written by an African-American author includes a portrait of Wheatley drawn by Scipio Moorhead, who was an African-American slave artist born around 1750. This portrait is the only surviving work by Scipio Moorhead.
In the late 1800s, the finding of phosphate deposits in Charleston and Florence regions started a quickly growing industry in South Carolina.
This collection has buttons, bumper stickers, brochures, and other things related to U.S. Presidential campaigns from 1932 to 2000. It includes items from donors and also materials collected by South Carolina Political Collections staff.