clippings (information artifacts)
Found in 286 Collections and/or Records:
The collection consists of five newspaper clippings of letters to the editor of the Charleston Standard. The letters were written in 1856 and were in response to a series of lectures by Orestes Augustus Brownson. They attack the "Catholicity" of Brownson's theology. Each is signed "Protestantism."
Included newspaper articles, with one regarding the Citadel's first African-American female graduates (2002).
Contains sub-series: Correspondence, Meeting Minutes and Reports; and Redistricting and Reapportionment.
Includes memorandums, correspondence, and reports collected during Whipper's tenure as a CCSC board member.
Contains The Bulletin Newsletter published by the Avery Institute Board.