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German Friendly Society records

 Collection
Identifier: Mss 0019
Abstract

The German Friendly Society was a social and benevolent organization founded in Charleston, South Carolina in 1766. This collection contains typewritten transcriptions of their meeting minutes (1766-1858) compiled during a Works Progress Administration (W.P.A.) project from 1935-1940.

Dates: 1766-1940

Albert Simons papers

 Collection
Identifier: Mss 0044
Collection Overview Papers consist of Simons' writings, correspondence, sketchbooks, clippings, prints, and miscellaneous items.Simons' writings include lecture notes (many on index cards) and essays on subjects such as church architecture, French history, Robert Mills, the architecture of Charleston (S.C.), Greek temples, and Sir Christopher Wren.Letters (1908-1977) are mostly Simons' personal and professional correspondence with various individuals, family members, and organizations,...
Dates: 1908-1977