Steel engraving by J.B. Longacre from a painting of General Andrew Pickens (1739-1817) by T. Sully after an original portrait. Pickens was a brigadier general in the Continental Army during the American Revolution. The mat has a reproduction of Pickens' signature.
Two diaries covering the period April 30, 1918, Anne Redfern's 18th birthday, to May 29, 1924. The diaries recount her personal life, including social events and her activities as a student at Winthrop College. She also describes her family life in Clemson and experiences as a teacher in Valdosta, GA, Hartsville, SC, and Marion, SC.
Copies: Francis Burt to his son, Armistead Burt, August 5/6, 1831 (photographs and negatives); J.C. Calhoun to Armistead Burt, August 5, 1837 (2 pages); Thomas G. Clemson to Armistead Burt, May 3, 1873 (2 pages); and Clemson to Burt, Jan, 31, 1874 (3 pages); also $1,000 Confederate bond, #4347, 6% (copy). The Francis Burt letter contains information about his family and their service in the Revolutionary War.
The papers are primarily from 1980, with some correspondence beginning in 1976, and concern a controversy regarding the leadership of former Greenville County Museum of Art director Jack Morris. The collection includes transcripts, newspaper clippings, magazine articles and correspondence.
This series consists of the records of the Athletic Council of Clemson University, 1983-1992. Contained in the series are minutes, 1983-1992; communications of council members, 1989-1991; and minutes of the Council Organization and Operation Review Committee, 1989-1991.