SPC. Special Collections
Found in 325 Collections and/or Records:
The album contains 128 black and white photographs of landscapes, buildings, homes, boats, and farms in Charleston and Summerville, South Carolina, and unidentified areas in upstate New York. The Summerville photographs include photographs of a boarding house for teachers. The photographs of Charleston appear to be between 1880-1900 and show historic homes and buildings. The compiler of the album is unknown. All of the photographs appear to be of the same family.
The collection consists of three scrapbooks of correspondence, clippings, resolutions and reports of the Education Committee of the Charleston County Woman's Club, 1966 to 1969. During this time the club was pushing for action to establish a university in Charleston with the College of Charleston as the base.
Volume contains handwritten minutes of the Board of Directors of the Charleston and Savannah Railroad Company, Charleston, South Carolina.; Minutes include financial accounts (1864), a report (1865) of the stockholders' meeting, a list (1866) of bondholders and their bonds, reports, resolutions, and copies of letters sent by the company. Many entries for 1866 and 1867 concern creditors.
The manuscript is a rough draft authored by Charles Reznikoff. Parts of this work later appeared in The Jews of Charleston: A History of an American Jewish Community, a work in which Reznikoff collaborated with Uriah Z. Engelman, published by the Jewish Publication Society of America in 1950.
The collection consists of the program for a song recital given by Amelita Galli-Curci at the Charleston Theatre on March 21, 1924. The program includes a listing of the selections performed as well as a portrait of Amelita Galli-Curci on its cover.
This collection consists of a single charter agreement for the schooner Betsy to travel from Charleston to New Bern to discharge and load cargo by Captain Edmund Palmer. Hanson Rice and William Cannon agreed to pay two hundred and ten dollars for this voyage on January 9, 1822.
This collection includes copies of Susan Lott's depositions, taken from December 18, 1979 to January 11, 1980 and January 14 to February 8, 1980; a copy of the report on the investigation by the South Carolina Attorney General's office written by Richard P. Wilson, the assistant Attorney General; a response by Chem-Nuclear Systems to the Attorney General's report; and newspaper clippings pertaining to the investigation and the Attorney General's findings.
Two black and white card photographs of China Hall and miscellaneous Charleston County financial and property records.