Williams Baum papers
Includes Williams Baum's sophomore year College of Charleston report card (1935); bill for $1.00 for WB's College of Charleston academic fees (1935); College of Charleston graduation program (1937), Williams Baum among graduating class; front cover of program notes "Centennial Anniversary for the College of Charleston as a Municipal College 1837-1937." Includes four page genealogical chart "Descendants of the Jacob Baum Family."
- Baum, Williams, 1916-1946 (Person)
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Materials in English.
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Born in Camden, South Carolina, Williams Baum attended the College of Charleston from 1934-1937. Over the course of his college career, he was a member of the Chrestomathic Literary Society, fencing team, Meteor and Magazine staff, and a member of the Young Democrats and Future Diplomats. Baum died in Costa Rica in 1946, where he was a teacher.
1 folder (3 items) ; 24-32 cm.
Materials donated by Garry Baum.
- Inventory of the Williams Baum Papers, 1935-1937
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