William G. Albergotti research papers
The collection contains Albergotti’s research materials relating to the Fripp family, the Brick House ruins on Edisto Island, S.C., and the Sheldon Church vestry and pew holders. Research materials include correspondence, research notes, manuscript drafts, maps, photographs, negatives, a compact disc, a USB drive, and photocopies of research materials.
- Albergotti, William Greer (Creator, Person)
Language of Material
Materials in English.
This collection has been minimally processed, but is open for research.
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William Greer Albergotti (1923-2018) served in the U.S. Army after enlisting in 1942 while a student at Clemson College. After the war, he returned to finish his degree at Clemson. Albergotti's interest in genealogy and history led him to write two books relating to his family history and the history of coastal South Carolina: Albergotti Creek: The Chronicles of a Colonial Family of the South Carolina Sea Islands and Abigail's Story: Tides at the Doorstep.
2.25 linear feet (2 cartons, 1 slim document box)
Materials are described at the box level.
Materials were donated in 2016 by William G. Albergotti.
Processed by Lauren McCarter, April 2022
- Albergotti, William Greer (Donor, Person)
- Inventory of William G. Albergotti Research Papers, 1986-2016
- Lauren McCarter
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