Charles Family Civil War Era Letters

Charles Family Civil War Era Letters

A collection of letters written by J. O. Charles to his wife, Martha Charles, which discuss his thoughts and concerns regarding camplife during the Civil War, 1861-1865. Charles served in the S.C. 16th Infantry (Greenville Regiment).

Cleveland Family Collection

Cleveland Family Collection

Jeremiah Cleveland (1774 - 1845) was one of the first settlers into Greenville. In 1804 he opened a mercantile store which he operated until 1826 when his sons took over management. The Cleveland family was a prominent family in Greenville County with many communities, parks, and towns named...

Greenville Army Air Base

The Greenville Army Air Base (later known as the Donaldson Center) opened in 1942 as a bomber training base in support of World War II

Greenville City Codes & Ordinances

Greenville City Codes & Ordinances

Typed and bound ordinances, laws, and charter for the City of Greenville. Includes names of city government officials, committees, and aldermen.

Greenville High School Yearbooks

A collection of yearbooks from Greenville High School, which was located on Vardry Street in Greenville.

Greenville Piedmont

Greenville Piedmont

Afternoon newspaper for Greenville, SC 1912-1926

Greer Textiles Collection

Greer Textiles Collection

Photograph collection from the Greer Heritage Museum and SC Room archives. Pelham Mill was founded in 1820; Bates Mill in 1893; Victor Mill in 1896; Franklin Mill in 1900; Apalache Mill in 1904; and Greer Mill in 1908.

Metchicas and Kehayas Family Letters

Metchicas and Kehayas Family Letters

Collection of letters from the Metchicas and Kehayas family from the 1940s.

Phillis Wheatley Community  Center (Greenville, S.C.)

Phillis Wheatley Community Center (Greenville, S.C.)

The Phillis Wheatley Association was founded by Hattie Logan Duckett in 1919 as a community center for Black individuals. While the center has changed throughout the years for their users, it has remained as a pillar of support in the Greenville community. In 2019, the organization celebrated...

Semaphore Magazine

Semaphore Magazine

The Semaphore magazine covers the cities that the Piedmont & Northern and Durham & Southern railways passed through. Includes birth/marriage announcements, plus photographs and articles about mid-20th century economic and industrial development in the cities served by the railroad.

Slater News

Slater News

Slater Mill community newspaper covering the life and times of employees and families.

The Courant

The Courant

Collection of the 1859 issues of The Courant Southern Literary Journal. Includes poems, short stories, serial novels, and essays.

Trowbridge Family Collection

Trowbridge Family Collection

A collection of the personal and financial documents of Silas F. Trowbridge. Collection consists of probate documents related to the settlement of the W.C. Trowbridge Estate, promissory notes, and financial accounting notebooks from the late-1800s through the turn-of-the-century. Also contains...

World Friendship Project

World Friendship Project

Scrapbook of letters, photographs, maps, postcards and more from around the world. Created by John B. Holmes ("Uncle Johnny"), a Rotarian, and the camp director for Camp Greenville. He oversaw the World Friendship Project where Rotary Clubs from around the world sent rocks, stones or other...

WWI Trench & Camp Newspaper

WWI Trench & Camp Newspaper

Surviving issues of the WWI training camp newspaper from Greenville, SC