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The Clemson University Football Program Cover Collection comes from the University Archives, and features 198 unique cover layouts of both home and away games. Typical of sports programs, these covers are the combined efforts of illustrators, graphic artists and printers that worked with the University Athletic Department to create these souvenirs, which contained biographical information on coaches and athletes, as well as statistical information about each team. While most programs in this collection are from home games, there are also some programs from away games and bowl games.

Broom Drill Team

Photographs of Greenville County clubs, organizations, and sports.

College of Charleston Buildings and Grounds Photograph Collection

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The collection contains photographs of the College of Charleston campus through out the years. Photographs include the exteriors and interiors of buildings on the grounds. Also included in the collection are photographs chronicalling the construction of campus structures.

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This collection highlights various albums and scrapbooks housed in the Special Collections department of the College of Charleston library.

 

Greenville Women's College

Institutions of higher education in Greenville County.

Columbia, SC Historical Digital Collections

The following digital collections represent a broad picture of the history of Columbia, South Carolina, from the 1800s to the end of the twentieth century. A special thanks to the City of Columbia, Richland Library, USC Libraries, South Carolina State Museum, South Carolina State Library, and the South Carolina Department of Archives and History for making these collections available online.

Woodside Building under construction

When the Woodside Building was constructed in Greenville in the early 1920s, it was a symbol of the city’s prosperity and ambition. At 17 stories it was the tallest building in the Carolinas, and could be seen on the horizon from miles away. This collection of photographs documents the building’s construction from – literally – the ground up, and includes scenes not just of construction but of Greenville’s Main Street and bits of everyday life downtown.

Young women in brightly colored traditional costumes dancing

This digital collection contains over 2,200 photographs of the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Austria, Lithuania, and Poland taken from 2005-2007 by Furman University professor of Education, Michael Svec. Notable subjects in this collection include: historical sites and monuments; celebrations related to May Day, Earth Day, and Liberation Day; protests of George W. Bush's visit to Prague in 2007; and the Hill of Crosses.

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