South-Carolina Society records
South-Carolina Society records consist of typewritten, annotated transcriptions of minutes compiled as a W.P.A. project from 1935 to 1937. Minutes of meetings (1827; 1865-1888) concern applications for membership, the establishment of a female academy, revision of society rules, financial matters, assistance to persons who have applied to the Society for relief, and other organizational business.
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Materials in English.
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Social and charitable organization formed in Charleston, South Carolina in 1737.
0.5 linear feet (1 document box)
"Copied from originals in possession of above Society."
- Inventory of the South-Carolina Society Records, 1827-1937
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