This collection provides insight into George Washington Carver’s relationship with young people and on race relations in South Carolina.
The collection consists of articles and newspaper clippings relating to George Washington Carver, three letters from Carver to Kelly E. Traynham, and photographs. Two of the letters encourage Traynham to pursue his studies and develop his talents.
This collection provides insight into George Washington Carver’s relationship with young people, on race relations in South Carolina, and on William Wallace Fridy’s decision to become a Methodist minister.
The collection consists of copies of two letters from George Washington Carver to William Wallace Fridy and a copy of a photograph of Fridy with Carver. One of the letters notes Carver’s desire that Fridy attend Yale; Fridy graduated from Yale Divinity School in 1938.
The letter in this collection is a typed copy made by Mary Stevenson of the original letter in the Charleston Library Society--Manuscript Collection #59. The letter is written by Charles Cotesworth Pinckney to General Andrew Pickens from Charleston on December 1, 1809. In the letter General Cotesworth is acknowledging the receipt of rent from property belonging to him. He also discusses the state of his health and politics.
A typed draft with corrections of Charles M. Wiltse's third volume of his biography of John C. Calhoun, John C. Calhoun, Sectionalist, 1840-1850.
The collection consists of a microfilm copy of twelve scrapbooks, primarily of newspaper clippings related to Spivak's career as a musician and orchestra leader of Big Band music. These include entertainment columns and other stories about his performances as well as some human-interest pieces.