Charleston (S.C.) -- History
Found in 29 Collections and/or Records:
The collection consists of a document naming Louis D. DeSaussure, J. Fraser Mathewes, and I.M. Shackelford arbitrators on behalf of the Charleston (S.C.) City Council in the matter of opening South Street from Hanover to America Streets. The document is signed by Mayor P.C. Gaillard.
Avery Board Sponsored Events: "Avery: The Spirit That Would Not Die: A History of Avery Normal Institute from 1865 to 1954", 1981
Includes research typescripts, short version history booklet by Drs. Edmund Drago and Eugene Hunt, and program invitations.
Holds the sub-series: Board of Directors Administrative Documents and Committees; Correspondence and Newsletters; Grant Proposals; Workshops and Event Programs; Avery Institute Alumni; and Various Research Documents. Also view the Charleston Chapter of the Links, "Woman of the Year," Oversize Box #160, for additional materials not included in this subseries.
Regarding research on Black Charlestonians.
Contains weekly and event programs, correspondence, and booklets from various Baptist churches, and other denominational churches in South Carolina and other states. Also includes documents regarding the tragedy (referred to as "The Mother Emanuel 9") which took place at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church on 17 June 2015.