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Public domain books printed in the 16thth centuries including numerous titles written by Thomas Jefferson and Early English books. Forward Together is a multiple-venue project, developed by a consortium of historical and educational institutions, that focuses on the participation of South Carolina during World War I and its effects on the state.
Governor, Governor, and U. In , Curtis J. Franks travelled to West Africa as a participant in the Fulbright-Hays program under the auspices of the U.
This collection of glass plate negatives of Charleston and Summerville was made by George LaGrange Cook in the s and early s. He lived in Charleston and then Summerville before leaving around to join […]. Johnson took photographs of Charleston buildings and people at the turn of the 20th century.
His collection also includes a number of photographs of the South Carolina Inter-state and West Indian Exhibition. Papers include materials related to the professional and personal life of Herbert DeCosta, Jr. Namely, the walking cane of Dr.
This Civil War-era photograph album contains cartes-de-visite photographs of members of the S. Secession Convention, Confederate and U.
Governments, officers of the Confederate and U. It also includes unidentified Heyward family and friends and 19th century pictures.
Many photographs were […]. The collection consists of business correspondence, plantation records, slave lists, military documents, accounting records, legal documents and Civil War letters of the Heyward and Ferguson families of the Combahee, Savannah, and Cooper Rivers in the Low Country near Charleston, South Carolina. The letters date between and , but the bulk of the correspondence is […].
The focus of the collection items is primarily Charleston historic buildings, streets, landmarks, and sites. The collection also includes publications related to tourism in Charleston , the Charleston Earthquake of , and the South Carolina Inter-State and West Indian Exposition of The Historical Commission of South Carolina pamphlet collection is comprised of 45 artificially bound volumes of separately published South Carolina imprints from the 19th and early 20th centuries.
These forty South Carolina soil survey maps from the early Nineteen Hundreds were prepared with booklets to explain the soil classifications on the county level.
They include information that do not appear on updated survey maps, such as old rail lines, schools, churches and other structures as well as entire towns that no longer exist. This scrapbook, compiled by James H. Holloway , contains legal documents, personal and business correspondence, receipts, ephemera, clippings and photographs pertaining to the Holloway family, a prominent free family of color in Charleston, SC. The Horace Gilbert Smithy, Jr. Papers, , document Dr.
Smithy received national acclaim for this procedure, and the instrument used in the surgery, known as the valvulotome, was fabricated at MUSC. The collection contains […]. Conservation is extremely important in the field of underwater archaeology. The uncontrolled exposure to air of any material recovered from a marine environment can lead to irreversible damage and the disastrous loss of archaeological data. Organic materials such as leather, wood, textile, rope and plant remains, if allowed to dry without conservation treatment, they can […].
The exterior hull is comprised of wrought-iron plates of various sizes, several cast-iron fittings and glass view-ports. While the Hunley was lost at sea, it was going through a series of physical and chemical changes. Salts from the sea […]. This series of 31 maps of the South Carolina coastline depicts water-surface elevations, high water marks, and landward extent of storm-tide inundation caused by Hurricane Hugo, September , This series of interviews documents the memories of administrators, hospital personnel, and maintenance staff that worked through the storm.
The interviews were conducted […]. The collection contains, primarily, the correspondence of Isaiah Bennett, President of the Charleston Chapter of the A. Bennett also founded […]. Marion Sims Letters, and , consist of four original letters from J. Marion Sims to Gen. Mayer ; and Tom Taylor His letters refer to patients suffering with fibrous tumors of the uterus and ovarian cysts or tumors.
He also inquires of […]. An avid amateur photographer throughout his life, Mr. Keilen took several thousand […]. The papers of colonial governor James Glen , who served as Governor of South Carolina from to , include official government documents, papers concerning relations with Native American Indians, business papers relating to his ownership of a South Carolina rice plantation, and correspondence between Glen and South Carolina planter, John Drayton He served as Vice President until his death on September 11, This series of interviews documents the memories of Dr.
This collection is comprised of born-digital and digitized material from individual and family collections from the Jewish Heritage Collection. Finding aids for these collections can be located by searching the College of Charleston online catalog.
Both audio recordings and typed transcripts are available. Also in the collection are photographs of Joe Engel at the displaced persons camp of Zeilsheim and after his relocation to Charleston, South Carolina. The Johannah Gold collection contains objects from Mrs. In this collection are 23 letters written by John Caldwell Calhoun between the years and Calhoun divulges his political concerns with confidant Henry Workman Conner, who at the time was the president of the Bank of Charleston, […].
Beaty Letters is a collection of thirteen letters dated from August 18, to February 8, and four undated letters written in that same time period. The first three letters, written in August […].
Coards photographed African American families and individuals in the studio and various events and groups outside of the studio, such as graduations, weddings, and other ceremonies. The studio, located at 78 Line Street, closed in the […]. Many of the photos feature Edwin Washington Kaminski , son of Georgetown businessman, Heiman Kaminski Many of the over photographs by Kenneth Frederick Marsh d. Some were used to illustrate books by photographer Marsh and his wife, Blanche Marsh.
The photographs and negatives depict historic and modern homes, public buildings, textile mills, churches, and scenes of South Carolina and Flat […]. The Leah Greenberg Postcard Collection is comprised of over postcards of historic houses, parks, forts, landmarks and more in and around Charleston, South Carolina. Postcards available for viewing online depict houses on South Battery and other buildings in downtown Charleston, Magnolia Cemetery, Cypress Gardens, Hampton Park, and various wrought iron gates.
Carty Watercolor Print collection contains nine signed and number prints by Leo S. Carty was born in Harlem, New York on April 17, In , the farmstead where Lincoln was born, just outside of Hodgenville, Kentucky, was […]. Cast net fishing is a significant part of history in the South Carolina Lowcountry. Africans transported to the Lowcountry, later known as the Gullah people, brought with them skills in boating and fishing.
Seafood was plentiful on the South Carolina coast and barrier islands sea islands and made up a large part of the diet, […]. This collection includes an illustrated pamphlet that gives a brief history of the Dock Street Theatre in Charleston, South Carolina and provides rich physical details about the building, including photographs, floor plans and cross sections.
Lynch, Bishop of Charleston from Spanning the years , theses letters to the Bishop from his family touch on a variety of topics including Catholicism and convent life, the Civil War and slavery, and Southern life in the […]. The Marie Metz Collection is comprised of three objects; a mantel clock, a xylophone, and a clock topper.
The mantel clock has metal legs with markings that indicate that the clock was made in New York. The square xylophone has five plates, each producing a different tone. The clock topper is an ornamental figurine that […]. Construction of the fire station, which was to be located between Folly Road, Country Club Drive, and Wappoo Creek, was aborted when workers unearthed unmarked graves.
The human bones found were believed to […]. The Medical College Expansion Program Lantern Slides, , digital collection consists of portions of two separate archival collections of the MUSC University Archives, capturing the architectural development and construction on the growing campus of the Medical College of South Carolina. This volume is the first systematic atlas of any state in the union. Remarkably, too, no other state atlas of South Carolina was published for the next century and a half.
This collection will enable researchers to examine the activities of the Baptist, Episcopalian, Lutheran, Methodist, and Presbyterian Churches in South […]. Zbar, a graduate of Vanderbilt University. Zbar privately purchased from various galleries across the United States. Also in the collection, photographs of the professors of the Anatomy Department at the Medical University of South Carolina and students […].
This collection is comprised of 15 photographs documenting the destruction Charleston, South Carolina, suffered as a result of the August earthquake. The massive earthquake occurred on August 31, The Medical Response to […]. Majors studied include […]. The College offers more than twenty training programs in a variety of fields. It was intended to provide African American motorists and tourists with the information necessary to board, dine, and sightsee comfortably and safely during the era of segregation.
Browse selected newsletters and pamphlets scanned from microfilm. The current contents of the collection include the full run of the Macedonian Call and Spiritual Call, as well as pamphlets from South Carolina.
This collection details the inner workings of Newton Plantation in the s and contains several account and transaction ledgers. Specifically, this collection includes several day books including the Newton Day Book or the Newton Plantation Day Book originating between These books provide records of monetary transactions on the plantation, including accounts payable and accounts […].
The Pan-African Art and Artifact Collection contains objects anonymously donated to the Avery Research Center that portray art and life among peoples of African descent across the world. This collection of papers of the Cox and Chesnut families discusses political, economic, and social aspects of life in the United States during the Early National and antebellum periods. The Paul Craven, Jr. Collection is comprised of artifacts of Togo origin.
The artifacts include wooden figurines, instruments, spears, household items, and woven straw fans adorned with the flag of Togo. This small collection of letters written by U. Secretary of the Navy Paul Hamilton documents concerns and developments during the months preceding the War of Personal photos of 2nd Staff Sergeant Jesse W. Philip Simmons was an African American blacksmith and artisan specializing in the craft of ironwork in Charleston, South Carolina.
Simmons spent seventy-seven years crafting utilitarian and ornamental ironwork. His work is recognized within the state of South Carolina, nationally, and internationally. This collection, donated by the Philip Simmons Foundation, holds personal papers with photographs […]. During the late 19th century the discovery of phosphate deposits in the Charleston and Florence areas marked the beginning of a rapidly growing industry in South Carolina.
Phosphates are rocks formed from the fossilized remains of sea creatures found in areas once covered by oceans. In South Carolina, phosphates were used as fertilizers to extend […]. The collection consists of two scrapbooks recording the construction of the John P.
A large portion of this collection is comprised of the research materials collected for the publication, Historic Preservation Plan Berkeley-Charleston-Dorchester Region, with the rest being non-survey regional research materials, general business files of the […]. Pierrine Smith Byrd was one of the first 13 women to enroll in the College of Charleston in , and was the first to graduate, in She was a longtime resident of Greenwood, S. The collection contains memorabilia from her high school and college days, […].
This travel journal was originally conceived of as a way to assist the friends of Baltimore merchant Robert Gilmor in their future travels, with information about mileage and taverns along various routes.
The Rogers-Cline Collection is comprised of two cast iron kitchenwares; a kettle and a cook pot. The six-gallon iron cook pot has two bail handles. Samuel Hyde was a photographer and amateur historian who lived in Charleston and in Summerville, S. Originally conceived in the late 18th Century, fire insurance maps provided structural and urban environmental information necessary for insurance underwriters.
Founded in in the United States, the Sanborn National Insurance Diagram Bureau systematically produced ascetically appealing, but also efficient, maps nationwide. This New York firm expanded and grew immensely, finally emerging as the Sanborn […].
The first issue appeared in January with a portrait of Governor James F. This scrapbook contains images, newspaper clippings, and correspondence from the life of Septima P. Clark, a Charleston educator and civil rights activist. Septima Poinsette Clark was born in Charleston, S.
Architectural drawings from the firm of Albert Simons and Samuel Lapham. Includes measured drawings of a country club in Ohio by Samuel Lapham; designs of the Ashley River Memorial Bridge; sculpture pedestals for the Gibbes Museum of Art; sundials, and garden plans. A collection of photographs, manuscripts, books, and maps from the Civil War era from the University of South Carolina Libraries with essays from Dr.
This collection will continue to have materials added to it. Although the Spanish-American War was of short duration, South Carolina found itself involved through the raising of volunteer regiments and hosting of military camps. Soldiers at Camp Fornance in Columbia, S. The South Carolina State Legislature first enacted an Underwater Antiquities Bill in which was intended to protect historic shipwrecks and other submerged cultural resources.
In a Hobby Diver […]. The photographs are from the archives of the South Carolina State Library and many were taken by State Library field agents. Portrayed in photographs […]. The photographs are from the archives of the South Carolina State Library and many were taken by State Library field […].
Many of these documents are about South Carolina or include topics of regional interest. The South Carolina Federal Documents Collection provides access to digitized copies of selected publications written by U. Selections from the manuscript collection of South Carolina Historical Society. The first addition to this collection is a journal written by Peter Timothy during the Revolutionary War, detailing troop activities in Charleston.
Interviews with Charlestonians of various backgrounds, recorded in the s and s. The postcards provide a visual record for hospitals that may no longer exist or have changed location, and reflect the ways that hospital architecture has changed over time. This collection contains picture postcards from the early part of the twentieth century that depict scenes across South Carolina.
This collection contains pamphlets of illustrations and exhibit information. The South Carolina Library Association, established on October 27, , is made of librarians from all around our state South Carolina dedicated to providing innovative services and promoting libraries and intellectual freedom to all our citizens including the public, as well as those in higher education and in our schools.
The former presidents discuss their educational backgrounds, careers in medicine, and the major issues affecting the field of medicine and SCMA during their tenures as president. The physicians also offer their perspectives on […]. This digital collection features postcards from across the State of South Carolina. Browse this collection by county, or keyword search collection metadata using the search box.
The originals are housed at South Caroliniana Library. These digital images highlight public libraries, bookmobiles, librarians, and patrons from around the state. The South Caroliniana Library has been collecting photographs of train stations, depots, rail yards, engines, and rolling stock for many years.
The images come in as single items, as part of other collections, or as collections of their own. There are also photographs of railways used by the mining and lumber industries. Presented here are […]. Since the South Carolina State Department of Education has published a yearly directory of schools in the state. Information catalogued in each issue is different; some issues include school and district information, Department of Education staff and programs, listings of private schools and colleges, statistics, and state educational associations.
These directories provide valuable information […]. The South Carolina State Documents Depository Program sponsored by the South Carolina State Library provides access to publications produced by state agencies and state-supported academic institutions.
These publications provide citizens with crucial information about state government, including statistics, annual accountability reports, and data on a wide variety of topics related to the state. The map collection of the South Caroliniana Library has always been a significant resource for geographers, historians, and genealogists. Contains various materials that pertain to her club and organizational activities, particularly church related and Federated Clubs.
Also contains some correspondence and a number of unidentified photographs. Although still without a permanent church structure, the congregation organized with a constitution in Andrew Marshall, led the congregation to purchase property on Franklin Square where a church would be built.
In the s, parishioners, both free and enslaved African Americans, constructed the building that houses today's congregation at that site. Contains mainly photocopied materials detailing the history of the church, including organizational documents. A prolific pianist, "Harl Fleming," was an accompanist and director for several regional music ensembles. Fleming and his wife, Marie Martin Fleming lived in the Charleston, South Carolina area periodically, and established the Harleston Assisted Living residential facility in Hollywood, SC in during the couple's retirement.
The majority of this collection is comprised of sheet music; compositions and arrangements written by Harleston Fleming, commercially published scores in the form of books and sheets, with the bulk of music in classical, sacred choral, 20th century spirituals, musicals, motion picture music and 20th century popular scores collected and used in his professional and personal career as a chorus director and pianist. The remainder of the collection holds numerous documents, photographs and audio-visual materials pertaining to legal and financial matters, career, and the Harleston Family, including documents relating to Fleming's grandfather, Edwin Gailliard "Captain" Harleston and uncle and noted artist, Edwin Augustus Harleston.
Fowler Papers, circa [AMN ]. In the s, Donald Fraser attended the Avery Normal Institute, as had his brother, James, as well as his father, aunts, and uncles. Fraser attended Immaculate Conception School. Contains items related to the Avery Normal Institute and Immaculate Conception School, including report cards and tuition receipts.
Herb Frazier, an African American journalist based in the Lowcountry, has reported and edited for various newspapers in South Carolina and elsewhere since Frazier has been active in professional journalism associations and in education initiatives for minority journalism.
The collection includes materials related to the personal and professional life of Herb Frazier. A small portion of the collection contains biographical, educational, and other personal information.
The bylines series contains published work spanning Frazier's career from , including bylines, proofs, and photographs. The subject files, which compose the largest portion of the collection, contain articles, interview notes, correspondence, source notes, and other written material chiefly gathered by Herb Frazier in the course of his story research.
Also included are various regional topics, including court cases, law enforcement issues, and the annexation of James Island. The professional activities series includes organizational materials, documents, event invitations, and correspondence related to various journalism associations, conferences, educational outreach, and travel. The minority journalism series includes correspondence, conference material, organizational planning documents, programs, and other material related to the National Association of Black Journalists and its regional affiliate, South Carolina Association of Black Journalists.
Also includes materials related to the college and high school on minority journalism as well as articles and printed material regarding the topic of minority journalism. Students were assigned to write detailed property histories of houses identified as "Freedman's cottages. The collection is organized by the geographical sections of Charleston, South Carolina: The Friendly Moralist Society was a benevolent society for free "brown" mulatto or mixed race men established in , Charleston, SC.
The group served the community by providing burial aid, purchasing plots and assisting during funerals for those in need. The organization also worked to provide charitable assistance to needy widows and orphans of deceased members. Each member was entitled to certain rights of membership, namely financial assistance in times of illness or financial strain.
Among the group's most prominent members were men from the Holloway Edward, Richard, Charles and Samuel , Sasportas and Wilkinson families. The records of the Friendly Moralist Society contain one laminated rebound volume of minutes highlighting the Society's mostly monthly meetings from to The volume is divided into two sections: Friendly Union Society Records, The Friendly Union Society was formed in Charleston in for the relief of orphans and widows and to provide for the general welfare of the community.
The collection consists of organizational and administrative records of the Friendly Union Society including the Society's constitution and by-laws, meeting minutes, treasurer reports and plot maps. The bulk of the collection consists of records associated with the Gadsden Funeral Home, which detail the deceased, customers, funeral expenses, licenses and certificates.
The collection is also comprised of detailed family history, organizational pamphlets and brochures, and a host of photographic material. Tobias Gadson was born in Walterboro, South Carolina and grew up in Charleston as the youngest of thirteen children. They had two sons, Tobias, Jr. Gadson studied industrial arts at Voorhees College. Later, he studied at the Buchanan Barber College in Chicago, and then opened his own barber shop on Spring Street in In , he successfully ran for state representative and worked diligently for his district-particularly appreciated were his efforts for appropriations for much needed drainage work in the Union Heights area.
Contains correspondence, event programs, newspaper clippings and campaign memorabilia from Mr. Geraty Papers, [AMN ]. Geraty lived for over fifty years in the Yonges Island and Edisto area near Charleston, where she studied the language and culture of the Gullah people who lived there. She was dedicated to the preservation of the Gullah language, which is the only English-based creole used in the continental United States. Materials in the collection date from —, with bulk dates spanning the years — The Gethsemane Baptist Association, a regional organization established in , was the first black Baptist Association in South Carolina.
In , it was renamed as the Ashley Baptist Association. Contains minutes of conference meetings held throughout the region as well as statistical data and governing documents for the association.
Church in Charleston, South Carolina. She married Robert H. The collection contains documents and photographs relating to Gourdine's education, professional, civic and social affiliations, along with materials and photographs belonging to several of her family members including her mother, Addie Middleton Alston.
The majority of the collection contains materials pertaining to "Mother" Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church and is reflective of Gourdine's position of secretary on the Senior Trustee Board.
Reverend Cannon Henry L. Grant Papers, [AMN ]. Grant came to Charleston as the rector of St. Stephen's Episcopal church, where he worked with some of the city's poorer residents on Charleston's East Side. It was there that he established St. John's Mission Center in an old church building at 18 Hanover St. Grant also founded Operation Compenso at Camp Baskerville on Pawley's Island, which offered summer camp opportunities for junior high school students needing academic assistance.
He was also involved in numerous community organizations. Contains correspondence, articles, photographs, and other documents that pertain to Rev. Grant's career and civic activities , including program and financial information of the St. John's Episcopal Mission Center as well as operational material and articles about Operation Compenso. Collection also contains correspondence and construction information for the renovation of St.
Stephen's Church, plus items and articles about Rev. Grant's participation in national and community organizations. Together, they raised five children: Michael, Pauline, Annette, Robert, and Eugene. Michael Graves , a Class of graduate of the Avery Institute, was an educator and musician in the Charleston area.
Graves conducted educational research and taught at Courtenay Middle School. Graves, his wife Rose L. Graves, and their children J. Graves series includes correspondence, photographs, and artifacts chiefly related to his career as a porter with the Pullman Company as well as his association with the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters labor union.
Michael Graves series is the largest in the collection. This series includes correspondence, memory books, event programs, and other materials related to his education, teaching career at Avery Normal Institute and Burke High School, and Charleston area organizations and events.
The Annette Graves Chambers' series includes materials related to Annette's education and professional activities. The Eugene Graves series includes largely photographs and sports memorabilia related to his coaching career at Bonds-Wilson High School.
During his tenure , Reuben became known nationally and internationally for his innovative and controversial approach to fighting crime through prevention rather than reaction. This collection consists of correspondence, articles, program and other miscellaneous materials from the career of Charleston's African American Jewish Police Chief Reuben Greenberg, Arranged by material, this collection includes numerous articles and publications that detail Greenberg's professional philosophy, crime fighting methods, and surrounding controversies as well as autobiographical details.
Also included are awards and programs for events honoring Greenberg and letters, chiefly of thanks, regarding speeches and workshops delivered by Greenberg. Contains transcripts of speeches, programs, and other memorabilia from Avery Institute s and Baptist Hill High School Lonnie Hamilton, III was a musician, educator, and community leader.
The collection includes material related to Hamilton's personal life and professional career as an educator, musician, and Charleston County Councilman. The material in the personal series includes feature articles on his life, his involvement with community organizations including Spoleto Festival, U.
The professional material includes programs and newspaper articles about Hamilton's career as the Band Director for Bonds-Wilson High School and his position as the Director of Adult Education.
Programs, newspaper articles, and correspondence reflect his career as a Charleston County Councilman. His musical career is documented with invitations and programs from various performances by Lonnie Hamilton and the Diplomats, Lonnie Hamilton and the Ambassadors, and the Lonnie Hamilton Quintet. Materials also relate to other professional ventures, such as Lonnie's, a nightclub in Charleston, South Carolina.
Edwin Harleston, an Avery graduate who was actively involved in establishing the Charleston chapter of the NAACP, was an undertaker as well as respected painter.
Contains ledgers and receipt books, including information on individual funerals, insurance records, inventories, and receipts. Personal papers of Evangeline Banks Harrison and her family include her Avery Institute graduation program , a school essay, biographical data, inspirational clippings, photographs, including an unidentified daguerreotype ca. Contains information from Cuspids, Inc. Hayne Papers, [AMN ]. The majority of this collection is comprised of black and white photographs from disassembled scrapbooks of Hayne and his wife Anita Cole Hayne's family members.
Most of the photographs are unidentified. Hicks married Sadie Steele and had one son, J. Maurice Hicks, father of Janet Hicks. The collection includes materials related to Hicks and Steele family members, gathered by Janet Hicks.
Materials include a marriage certificate for Robert A. Steele and Selina L. Maurice Hicks, and others. James Harrison Holloway was born a free person of color in Charleston where he attended a private school for free Negro children and grew up attending in the gallery of Trinity Methodist Church on Meeting Street. Dedicated to preserving his family history for future generations, he began this scrapbook. He also took interest in the achievements of all African -Americans, collecting newspaper articles and postcards to document their notoriety.
Contains documents, correspondence, and clippings that pertain to business, family history, social activities, and organizations, including the Brown Fellowship Society, Trinity Trustees, Centenary United Methodist Episcopal Church, and the Christian Benevolent Society, among others. Holmes collected materials that show her broad range of interests and reflect the life of African- Americans in the Lowcountry and South Carolina.
Contains articles, pictures, correspondence, and memorabilia that follow the lives of the Holmes family. Included is information about Mr. Fordham, a black police officer in Charleston at the end of the nineteenth century, and Thomas E. Because of the white teams' refusal to participate in integrated tournament, the Cannon Street All-Stars won by default but were effectively barred from further competition by the National League.
In response to integrated Little League baseball, all-white Dixie Youth baseball began in in Charleston. Holt collected various materials regarding Charleston, South Carolina youth baseball during his crusade to return Little League baseball to Charleston and his later tenure as president of the Charleston American Little League.
Hoursey returned to Avery as a teacher and became director of the junior high school where he taught various subjects, including Latin, English, Psychology, and Education.
He became Chief advisor to the Hi-Y Club, dedicated to manners and civility. When Avery Normal School closed in , Mr. Hoursey moved to Burke High School where he taught until he retired in Contains photographs, articles, and memorabilia relating to Mr. Hoursey's life as an educator. The Society's purpose was to provide for widows and orphaned children a burial place for its members.
The Society also arranged apprenticeships and educational opportunities for African American men. The collection consists of administrative materials of the Society including meeting minutes, correspondence and membership lists. Topics of discussion include raising membership dues, care of the graveyard and the rules of being a member.
The record journal notes membership roster with tenure, paid dues, and burial sites. The plot records include completed and blank applications forms. Hunt Papers, circa [AMN ]. He earned a Master's Degree in Theater from Northwestern University in and continued with postgraduate study in Speech and Education. He taught at the College until his retirement in Contains numerous, diverse materials that follow Mr. Hunt's interests and activities, especially education and African- American activism.
Includes correspondence, articles, books, magazines, and papers from his own collection as well as additional materials donated to him because of his involvement as president of Avery Institute for Afro-American History and Culture. This African -American labor union is the oldest in continual operation in the state. Its first members were both free and enslaved people prior to the Civil War. Contains membership cards, financial records, minutes and correspondence-some concerning the A.
Philip Randolph Institute of South Carolina. Also contains some photographs and memorabilia, including the program and award information from the brickwork competition won by this group as part of the South Carolina Interstate and West Indian Exposition held in Charleston in Also contains some photographs and an assortment of articles about Mr. Jackson and his activities. Jenkins Orphanage records and exhibit, [AMN ]. The Orphan Aid Society chartered was the governing board of the orphanage.
Organized by members of the church where Rev. Jenkins was pastor, the Society furnished much of the financial support for the orphanage's efforts to provide education, training, skills, and care to orphans, half orphans, and wayward and destitute children. After Jenkins' death his widow, Mrs. Jenkins, succeeded him as president of the orphanage for four years. She was succeeded by Rev.
Daniels, who served as president until Collection contains the records of Jenkins Orphanage including files on residents, correspondence, rolls, financial information, clippings, printed material, photographs, and miscellaneous items. Financial information includes reports of annual audits, accounts, invoices, and purchase vouchers.
Printed materials include pamphlets about Rev. Jenkins and Jenkins Orphanage. Photocopies of clippings concern the orphanage, the Jenkins Orphanage Band, and the orphanage's th anniversary. Miscellaneous items include a constitution of the Orphan Aid Society, a report on the orphanage by the Charleston County Dept. With a promotion in he became the first African- American detective on that force. Detective Jenkins later returned to the Charleston Police Department until He retired in Contains photocopies of a scrapbook covering the career of Detective Jenkins.
Also includes correspondence, police reports, certificates, memorabilia, and newspaper articles. With very little formal education, he became a businessman and civil rights leader. The collection is divided into four small series: Biographical papers include printed tributes; death notices and materials, including funeral sermons; a compact disc of images and other papers documenting lectures and exhibits regarding Jenkins held after his death, along with programs, correspondence and related material regarding naming of buildings, services and a bridge after him.
It also contains genealogical information on Jenkins and his family. Writings holds miscellaneous correspondence and notes and printed versions of his talks and writings.
Topics mentioned include the Charleston Hospital Worker's strike, and the protested death of a young African American, Robert Brown, killed by a white policeman in Miscellaneous materials include photocopies of published materials documenting life on Johns Island, South Carolina and Jenkins' role in citizenship schools run by the Highlander Center and funded by the Emil Schwarzhaupt Foundation.
The collection contains materials related to Fredricka Jenkins-Andrews' teaching career. Includes correspondence regarding award nominations, ; materials related to her retirement ceremony and other professional recognition; and clippings regarding her career, post-retirement teaching activities, and community involvement. Jerome Johnson is a professional photographer who has photographed numerous events in the South Carolina Lowcountry.
Kelly Papers [AMN ]. Kelly is known for her efforts to connect Lowcountry African Americans with the Highlander Folk School, most notably recruiting Septima Clark. She then played a crucial role in establishment of the Avery Research Center. The collection includes personal papers and photographs related to Anna D.
Kelly and her family. Materials also include clippings, photographs, and other material related to Kelly's civic involvement, such as her celebrated committment to the social work profession, her Catholic affiliation and church involvement, and her work with organizations like the Charleston County Library, the Foster Grandparent program, and the South Carolina Commission on Aging. The collection also contains documents, photographs, and correspondence related to the Avery Normal Institute, Avery's Class of and class reunions, programs and exhibits of the Avery Institute of Afro-American History and Culture, and the planning and establishment of the Avery Research Center.
Contains photographs, programs, articles, and memorabilia from the archives of Lois Simms, an Avery graduate who taught there. Also includes some school records, yearbooks, and histories of the school. The collection holds letters sent to Mr. LaSaine from his closest friends, making note through impersonal communication from various institutions concerning LaSaine's educational and job status.
Lawrence family papers, [AMN ]. Edward Lawrence was born in Charleston, S. He graduated from Avery Normal Institute in He taught at the Avery Normal Institute for almost 20 years and served as interim principal, as well as serving as president of the Avery Alumni Association. He also obtained a degree from South Carolina State College, where he taught psychology and sociology. Lawrence worked as a real-estate agent in Charleston before moving to Brooklyn, N.
He died in N. Edward Lawrence married Eliza Shrewsbury in The Shrewsburys and Holloways were members of Charleston's black elite. The Edward Lawrence family papers contain two small series.
The first series consists of legal documents regarding the property of Georgiana Shrewsbury, who married James Dacoster. The second series consists of misc. William Lawrence papers, ca. Born in Charleston, S. He worked briefly at S. State Agricultural and Mechanical College later S. State University in Orangeburg, S. He also taught piano and voice, composed music, and gave instrumental and vocal recitals in Europe and America.
The papers document Lawrence's professional career and personal life, that of Lillian Thompson Lawrence, Lawrence's wife, and that of her family, the Thompsons. Handy and William Grant Still. Brennan, Roland Hayes, and Todd Duncan. Also, the collection includes radio and play scripts of productions, some directed by Lawrence.
The family was one of the founding families of the Liberty Hill community in North Charleston , which was established by Freedmen circa along the railroad tracks to Mixon Avenue and along Montague Avenue.
The papers contains historical and genealogical materials concerning the Lecque family and the community that they helped to found, Liberty Hill, South Carolina, as researched by Ms. Correspondence, photographs, newspaper clippings and legal documents are included in the five series. James Raymond Logan was the first native Charlestonian to receive a civil service appointment for work at the Charleston Navy Yard, and was the first African American appointee.
This collection includes newspaper clippings, programs, photographs and correspondence that originally comprised two scrapbooks now disbound created by James Raymond Logan. The materials document the personal and professional life of Logan as well as achievements of African Americans, racial issues, politics, music, and the church, particularly in the Charleston area of South Carolina.
The collection contains numerous newspaper clippings regarding life at the Charleston Navy Shipyard. Other newspaper clippings include information regarding events taking place in the city of Charleston and in other cities in South Carolina. In addition, there are newspaper clippings about events, especially political, impacting on life in South Carolina, other southern states, and the nation. The collection also contain programs, largely musical in nature; correspondence such as invitations, letters of appreciation, and notices of meetings; articles revealing the achievements of African Americans in professions, especially in sports, music, and the field of invention; articles on the plight of the African Americans, on religion and the church, and on Logan as a participant in clubs and lodges.
Also included are speeches made by Logan at social events as well as those delivered by his colleagues. Timilty Middle School in Boston, Massachusetts. The curriculum provides an interdisciplinary, thematic curriculum that explores the historical context for African American participation in the Civil War and the all-black 54th Massachusetts Volunteers, a famed Union regiment. Lesson plans incorporate excerpts from letters of James Henry Gooding, maps of Camp Meigs and Boston, and secondary sources.
The collection includes a notebook containing the award-winning curriculum "Looking Quite Like Soldiers!: Reliving the History of the 54th Massachussetts Volunteers"; a penant of Timilty Middle School; and photographs of student reenactors and staff members, Andrew's Church, Charleston County from The collection contains materials related to Reverend Mackey's priesthood, including his course assignments and writings as a theological student at the Philadelphia Divinity School; drafts of sermons given at Calvary Episcopal Church in addition to the Church's administrative papers; constitution and by-laws; correspondence relating to the sale of the 71 Beaufain Street location, letters from paronishors; and handwritten notes by Mackey.
A significant portion of the collection consists of photographs, many in scrapbooks that trace Mackey's involvement with Calvary Episcopal Church, Camp Baskervill and the St. Augustine Conference for Church Workers. The collection also includes items collected by Naomi Mackey. At his death in , Edwin G. Harleston , brother of Edward Mickey's wife, Hannah Harleston Mickey , took over the firm until the two Mickey sons, Richard Harleston Mickey and Edward Crum Mickey , came of age.
Harleston at the funeral home. The company split in In the early s, attempting to siphon business away from the Harleston firm, E. Mickey decided to build an expensive funeral parlor at 50 Cannon St. The business failed and the firm shut down in The Mickey Funeral Home papers consist of these series: She also served on Plymouth's Board of Trustees. The collection consists of personal papers of Ruth Miller and materials relating to the operation of the Plymouth Congregational United Church of Christ in Charleston, South Carolina from to Materials chiefly include Sunday service bulletins; meeting minutes and reports for quarterly, annual, and Board of Trustee meetings; brief financial records; and programs and bulletins from other Charleston-area churches in South Carolina.
Wilson as a museum of black slave crafts and related African artifacts. The museum was operated as a private, non-profit organization until her death in After Wilson's death, the Miriam B. Wilson Foundation and a history of the museum compiled for a grant application in It also contains audio cassettes tapes of Foundation meeting minutes, Foundation correspondence, the Old Slave Mart Museum collection inventories, and a postcard of the Old Slave Market.
Jack Moses papers, c. Dyctis Jack Moses, Sr. A graduate of Morehouse College, he pursued graduate studies in music at various institutions including Columbia University and Julliard. From to he served as music director at the Avery Institute in Charleston, S.
In , he became a professor of music at Cheyney State College in Pennsylvania and later served as vice president of academic affairs. He died in and is buried in Concordville, Pa. This collection contains four series. The first series includes programs and correspondence regarding Avery's music department, a scrapbook with autographs of Avery Choral Society and others, and a s script of radio broadcast featuring Avery Choral Group and several Charleston notables. The second series contains programs related to Moses's position as supervisor of music for Charleston County public schools.
The third and fourth series address the "Talent Parade" and Moses's death. Miscellaneous materials include a national radio script about Charleston, S. Mosquito Beach, an island and community located on Sol Legare Road in James Island, South Carolina was an important recreational site for African Americans during the early to mid-twentieth century when laws segregated beaches and other facilities. Church records, [AMN ].
The new congregation, led by Norman B. Sterrett served briefly as pastor before becoming the regular pastor of Emmanuel. The records in the collection consist of bound volumes in two separate series, each in chronological order. The second series contains minutes of various church and related meetings. These minutes offer insights into church leadership issues, building repairs, complaints, finances and other business matters.
Albertha Johnston Murray papers, ca. In , Murray received her B. Murray taught at numerous private and public schools in Charleston County including Avery Normal Institute. In , Murray was hired as a teacher at Cut Bridge Elementary School on James Island, eventually becoming the school's principal, seeing to its renovation and expansion.
Murray retired in , and remained active in numerous educational, social, and humanitarian organizations. Murray died on September 13, , at the age of seventy-nine.
Letters, speeches, programs, newspaper clippings, certificates and photographs document Murray's work as a student, teacher, and principal at Murray-LaSaine Elementary School, on James Island, at Charleston, S. Murray's writings relate to the education of teachers and parents of young children, virtues and religious themes. Murray; daughter, Hazel M. Stewart; son-in-law, James W. Stewart II; and nephew, William E.
Photographs depict Murray with her family, students, and faculty, along with group pictures of Murray in numerous teacher and civic organizations. Prince Hall Chapter No. The membership of the Order of the Eastern Star O. Prince Hall affiliated chapters are comprised of female relatives of men who are in the Prince Hall Masonry. Jackson in Washington, D. Some of the O. This collection contains the administrative records, financial records, material relating to the rituals and ceremonies performed by the Order of the Eastern Star, and records in relation to their affliated lodge, Prince Hall Lodge No.
The purpose of the club was to provide these men an opportunity to play cards, socialize, and discuss social issues. The Owl's Whist Club remains a social organization for professional, African American men and is still active today. Materials include administrative papers consisting of meeting minutes, constitution and by-laws, and governing rules; financial material made up of receipts, membership dues documentation, and transaction books.
Other membership material includes membership rosters. In addition, the events conducted by the club can be traced through the programs and invitations over the course of thirty years. Ethelyn Murray Parker papers, ca. Murray, in Charleston, S. Murray worked at Voorhees for nine years and in , she moved back to Charleston. She married Sebastian L. In the s, Parker took a writing correspondence course and upon completion, she began a column for The Lighthouse and Informer , an African American weekly newspaper.
Parker died in Charleston, July 28, The Ethelyn Murray Parker collection consists of her early writings, correspondence, and photocopied newspaper clippings from periodicals such as the The Lighthouse and Informer and The Charleston Chronicle. The materials include booklets, ephemera, awards and plaques, and a host photographs throughout various series.
The collection consists of research notes, computer print outs, photocopies, and microforms amassed and created by the Peases in working on numerous projects, some completed Bound With Them in Chains , ; and They Who Would be Free , and some unfinished. Photocopied primary and printed materials document slaves and free blacks in Charleston, S.
May, materials relating to Joshua R. Giddings, an antislavery congressman, and abolitionist Stephen S. Several feet of 4 inch by 6 inch paper cards abstract information on Charleston slaves and free blacks, and abolitionists and their societies; with bibliographic entries on these and other subjects as well. Microfilm reels include information regarding abolition societies and their activities ca.
Of note is the minute book of the Vigilant Committee of Philadelphia , an arm of the Vigilant Association that provided aid for runaway slaves, and the William F. The club consisted of nineteen women members meeting to discuss literary works by such authors as W. B DuBois, Carter G. The club is still active.
The records of the Phillis Wheatley Club are arranged in three series. The first series contains a history of the club produced by the club's founder Jeannette Cox, as well as four bound volumes of the club's minute books. The minutes detail authors read and discussed by the club, dues from members, and donations given to various organizations throughout Charleston.
The second series is a chronological arrangement of letters sent and received by the club from members, other individuals including copies of letters from W. The last series includes programs re club events, a member manual , brief member profiles, and clippings re the club.
Along with historian Elizabeth "Betty" Stringfellow, she embarked on an ambitious project to write an inclusive history of Johns Island, the largest barrier island in South Carolina, approximately thirty miles south of Charleston , and incorporating the adjoining islands of Edisto, Wadmalaw, Kiawah and Seabrook. This collection contains extensive materials which informed Pivnick and Stringfellow's research for a proposed book with the working title of, "Immigrants, Carpetbaggers: John Foster Potts, Sr.
He received a college degree from Benedict in He received his Master's degree from Cornell University in He married Muriel Logan in , and raised five children: C, where he served until the school closed in Under his administration, Voorhees became an accredited four-year liberal arts school in Potts died in The papers are divided into numerous series.
Biographical papers include an unpublished autobiography and material regarding Potts's service as a U. Family papers include Potts's narrative history of the family, with some correspondence, clippings, ephemera and related matter.
Materials regarding Potts's wife Muriel's family and their children include data on the Logan family, sheet music autographed by Langston Hughes and other papers regarding her teaching career. Potts family property papers detail ownership and use of land in East Flat Rock, N.
Writings of Potts include speeches and articles on various educational, civil rights, religious and other topics, with many commencement speeches, including a draft of his master's thesis regarding growth of African American population in Gary, Ind. School materials document Potts's education and teaching in secondary schools in Gary, Ind.
Other papers document his affiliation with other agencies for whom Potts consulted. Clemon Harold Richardson, Sr. The collection includes material related to Richardson's involvement as a Masonic, civic and political organizer in the Charleston, South Carolina community.
Robinson papers, bulk [AMN ]. Bernice Violanthe Robinson was born in in Charleston, S. In and , she ran unsuccessfully for the South Carolina House of Representatives, the first African American woman to run for office in South Carolina. Robinson died in Charleston, September 3, The majority of the collection details Bernice V. Robinson's role late ss as a teacher and social activist for voter education, adult literacy, and child development; with other materials ss relating to her personal, religious, and social work.
Biographical papers include transcripts of her oral history interview. Rosen legal papers, bulk [AMN ]. Rosen was born in in Charleston, South Carolina, where his mother was a teacher and his father an attorney. Rosen attended public schools in Charleston and was a student at Rivers High School when it became the first integrated school in the city. In the three cases represented in this collection, he defended the Charleston County School system against the initial charge that the Charleston County School District violated the equal protection clause of the Fourteenth Amendment.
Rosen is also the author of several books on historical topics. Each series in this collection contains court documents and legal proceedings pertaining to the three court trials of United States of America and Richard Ganaway, II et al. The first five Judgment; Pleadings; Discovery; Testimonies; and Exhibits, Defendants and Plaintiff-Intervener contain court transcripts, legal proceedings, reports, memorandums, correspondence and documents pertaining to the three court trials.
John Carl Ruoff b. Starting in , he has worked as Executive and then Research Director for South Carolina Fair Share, a civil rights advocacy group, providing statistical and demographic technical assistance and support to community groups. He has also provided policy analysis and advocacy on consumer, utility, and telecommunications issues, and gave expert legal testimony for several legal cases during his career.
The collection, following the original order of the donor, contains materials grouped by subject, consisting almost exclusively of demographics, statistics, and data collected by John C. The bulk is mostly data and statistics regarding legal cases for which Ruoff provided expert testimony.
Richland County, Williams v. Baldwin County Commission, Able v. Spartanburg County Board of Education mostly regarding voting rights, local and state cases concerning reapportionment and redistricting, school desegregation, deregulation and restructuring of the electric industry and bus routes involving the SC Electric and Gas Co.
Mark's Episcopal Church was organized as an independent parish in by a group of prominent black Episcopalians who were without a place to worship due to occupation of the city by Union forces. The congregation continued to grow and in a lot at the corner of Warren and Thomas Streets in historic Radcliffeboro was purchased for the erection of a permanent church building, which was designed by architect, Louis J.
The cornerstone of the building was laid on October 26, , and the completed structure was consecrated on November 8, Mark's early membership included leaders and families from the community, business and professional persons, and skilled artisans who contributed to the building of the city.
The collection contains materials relating to the establishment, development and operation of the St. Mark's Episcopal Church; including administrative records such as a register of church services, meeting minutes and proceedings, and a Sunday school roll book; financial records that include account books, ledgers and treasurer reports; and items documenting church membership, such as parish registers.
Also present in the collection are materials relating to the acquisition and maintenance of the church. Mark's Episcopal Church Records date from - , with bulk dates spanning the years - This collection includes materials relating to the personal and professional life of Bill Saunders.
A very small portion of the papers contains personal materials such as biographical material, clippings, and correspondence. A limited number of newspaper articles relate to Saunders' role in the Hospital Workers' Strike. Saunders' ten-year tenure as South Carolina Public Service Commissioner is also reflected, while a small amount of materials relate to Saunders' run for South Carolina Senate in A portion of the collection contains materials relating to WPAL radio station, including audiocassette tapes of various programs from to Also includes subject files containing articles and publications relating to many local issues.
Seabrook Papers, - [AMN ]. In , she married Dr. Seabrook , an African American physician who practiced medicine in Charleston. They had one son, Herbert U. The collection includes correspondence, certificates, photographs, and other materials related to Miriam DeCosta Seabrook's education at Avery Institute and elsewhere, teaching career, and civic involvement; correspondence, speeches, and reports related to Dr. The collection contains correspondence, photographs, and other materials related to their son, Dr.
Sellers alone was indicted and convicted for inciting a riot during the Orangeburg Massacre, in which three students of South Carolina State University died and many others were wounded; Sellers was later pardoned. The collection, bulk details Cleveland L. In , the Shaw School was transferred to the Charleston City school board, and the property has since served various educational and community purposes.
This collection contains attendance certificates of former Shaw School students, ; correspondence about the fate of the property in the late 20th century; and photocopies of newspaper clippings. Clippings discuss the use of the building for tornado refugees in and its designation on the National Historic Register. Philip Simmons was an African American blacksmith and artisan specializing in the craft of ironwork in Charleston, South Carolina. Simmons spent seventy-seven years crafting utilitarian and ornamental ironwork.
His work is recognized within the state of South Carolina, nationally, and internationally. This collection, donated by the Philip Simmons Foundation, holds personal papers with photographs and business related documents from The bulk of materials feature preparatory graphite drawings originals and photocopies of commissioned works and estimates of Simmons' decorative ironwork , and undated.
Simms Papers, - [AMN ]. Simms was born in Charleston, S. She was the class valedictorian at the Avery Normal Institute. Smith University in Simms still resides in Charleston and remains active through her membership at Zion-Olivet Presbyterian Church. The collection contains Simms' academic papers, correspondence, periodicals, student photographs, scrapbooks, yearbooks, awards, and school memorabilia. The bulk of the collection are comprised of materials created or collected by Maude Smith Atkins, as an Avery Normal Institute student, and as an organist.
Smith Atkins co-authored "The Avery Song," in which the Library of Congress copyright certificate is included in this collection. Materials from James W. McLeish hold a minute and financial ledger from Wesley Methodist Episcopal Church, Charleston, South Carolina , and certificate of membership for burial privileges from Unity and Friendship Society Sterrett-Hodge family papers, ca.
Church in Charleston, S. He attended the Charles Reynaud School for Embalming and embarked in the funeral home business with his mother and cousin, Norman B. In the army reserves, Hodge served as a captain of the Tuskegee Airmen 99th Pursuit Squadron until Hodge compiled documents pertaining to the Sterrett, Hodge and related families of Charleston, S.
The papers are divided in two series. The photograph series consists of original individual and family portraits of Sterrett-Hodge family members with notations on back by Bascom Franklin Hodge stating their relationship to him.
Included are images of Noisette, Cole, Romay, Dillahunts and other family members. The biographical and printed material series consists of correspondence, ephemera, and material on birth, death, and marriage of the Sterrett-Hodge family members. Fred Stroble, a native of Charleston, was named the first African American deputy sheriff in Charleston in The collection contains materials related to Fred Stroble's career in law enforcement.
Includes newspaper clippings regarding appointments and various crimes cases, ; photocopies of correspondence regarding promotions and letters of recognition, ; and photographs depicting Stroble in his uniform, as part of the City Police Department, and during an appointment ceremony.
This collection contains materials related to Frank Sturcken's essay, "The Liquid South," including copies of the essay, a memoir, correspondence in reaction to the essay, and clippings. Much of the material contains personal annotations.
The collection documents Suttles' personal and professional life along with her consulting and grant writing business, Suttles Management Associates, Inc. The majority of the collection holds documents, visual and audio recordings relating to the establishment, organization and functions of the Atlantic Beach Historical Society, Inc.
Towles Papers, circa s - [AMN ]. The two exchanged marriage vows in and they lived together in an interracial, homosexual relationship until Towles' death in Towles and Turnbull spent various periods of time in Africa, conducting fieldwork on the Mbuti, Mbo, and Ik peoples.
Turnbull succeeding in publishing Towles' work posthumously: Nkumbi Initiation and Asa: The collection contains eight different series of materials that document various aspects of the lives and careers, both separately and together, of Colin Turnbull and Joseph Towles. Anthropological research files focus mostly on their field work on the Mbuti and Mbo pygmies of the Congo area and the Ik of Uganda.
Professional papers document their work in academic and museum settings. There are personal papers of their domestic life, fictional writings of Joseph Towles; a professional and personal photograph series; personal and professional films and audio tape, including materials documenting their African fieldwork; slides documenting African fieldwork and travels; and a series documenting the collection itself.
Despite the fact the majority of materials document the life and achievements of Colin Turnbull, this collection, holding both Turnbull's and Joseph Towles' papers, is named for Joseph Towles at Turnbull's request.
There is also a separate collection of African, religious and domestic artifacts collected by them. Towles Artifact Collection contains artifacts documenting Colin Turnbull and Joseph Towles' professional lives and research interests, including materials relating to the Bira, Mangbetu, Mbo, Mbuti, and Pende peoples of Central Africa and the Dodoth, Ik, and Turkana peoples of East Africa, along with artifacts from other regions of Africa.
The collection also reflects Turnbull's trips to India and contains artifacts acquired during Towles' and Turnbull's Tourism as Pilgrimage project. The collection consists of forty-eight small collections that were donated by individuals, families, organizations, and unidentified individuals. Each collection has its own arrangement and description. Topics included in this collection are African American education and schools, African American fire fighters, African American businesspeople, African American social life, customs, and organizations, family histories, land title, deeds of real estate for individuals and African American churches, the Hospital Worker's Strike, African American nurses, African American religous organizations, newspaper clippings, photographs, funeral programs, marriage licenses, and other records that document African American life in Charleston, South Carolina and in the South in general.
At the time of his divorce and remarriage in to Elizabeth A. Hoffman , he began to hand down more liberal decisions, such as equalizing the pay of black and white teachers and outlawing South Carolina's white-only Democratic Primary. He soon ruled that separate but equal was per se inequality.
SC's most wanted suspects come from the FBI, the U.S. Marshals Deroy King Jr . in A person had beaten and strangled the young woman, according to . When the incident happened, the man was 50 to 53 years old with blond North Charleston police charged Hiers with committing a lewd act. Deputies charged Christopher Kinsey, 29, of North Charleston, nearly Crumm's mother, Rosi Raubenolt opened up to the Journal Scene this “She was a true Christian, Southern woman,” Groves said. the victim a year-old Goose Creek man, Curtis Tyquan Mitchell, . The Citadel | Charleston, SC. The collection consists of sixteen oversize sheets listing the free men of color who In , Arthur Mazyck published the book, “Charleston South Carolina in Harbor and Fort Wagner, South Carolina and nearby areas of North Carolina . Jr., his wife Emily, and numerous Craft, Crum, and DeCosta family members.