Handwritten essays or lectures (originals and photocopies) on education, Andrew Pickens, English history. Treaty of Hopewell-on-Keowee, Institute (Experiment station) notes, 1902; a list of occupations of parents and guardians of Clemson students, 1897-1902; D.K. Norris correspondence, July 15, 1895 re local Indian legend; two oversize photographs, one a campus view and one of cadets, faculty, and trustees, were removed and filed in the Mss photograph files.
This letter dated October 10, 1924 is from Clemson cadet Harold Witt to his father, concerning a student walkout that had recently occurred on campus.
The Wofford B. Camp Papers consist of subject correspondence files, magazine articles, speech memorabilia, newspaper clippings, and photographs documenting Camp's career from his days as a student at Clemson Agriculture College through the operation of the W. B. Camp & Sons Inc. agribusiness in California.
"Women Themselves" was a series of 26 half hour radio programs produced and broadcast by WEPR, a national pubic radio station located in Greenville, South Carolina. The project was jointly sponsored by WEPR and Alan Schaffer of the Department of History at Clemson University.
The collection includes one architectural drawing of Woodburn done by Clemson Agricultural College, Clemson, SC, in April 1963. It is drawing number 63003. The drawing is of elevations, floor plans and a drawing of the estate.