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Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus

Found in 56 Collections and/or Records:

A. Wolfe Davidson Papers

Identifier: Mss-0356
Abstract Abraham Wolfe Davidson emigrated from Russia to the United States when he was a teenager. He studied art in both countries and became a sculptor, painter and art teacher. Davidson taught for 18 years at Brenau College in Gainesville, Georgia. His sculpture can be found in numerous private and public collections, primarily in South Carolina and Georgia. Davidson had a long affiliation with Clemson College/University where he enrolled as a special student in the 1930s while...
Dates: 1936 - 1981

Alexander Pierce Anderson Collection

Identifier: Mss-0262
Scope and Contents The photocopied articles and clippings reflect and follow Anderson's career until his death in 1943. There are two articles written in 1978 that relate his exploits and retell the circumstances surrounding the introduction and courtship of Anderson with his wife, Lydia. The bulk of the correspondence is dated from around the years 1900-1901, when Anderson returned to Clemson after a year at the University of Minnesota. Correspondence between Anderson and Clemson College Presidents Hartzog...
Dates: 1892 - 1978; 1900 - 1901

Bernard A. Behrend Collection

Identifier: Mss-0240
Abstract This collection consists of the personal papers of Bernard Arthur Behrend. They document his long career as an electrical engineer, inventor, scholar, and author, and include material relating to his book, The Induction Motor. In addition, the collection includes material on subjects in which he had an interest as a scholar and hobbyist. There is correspondence with Margaret Chase Behrend, Behrend's widow and the donor of the Collection, the author Julia...
Dates: 1830 - 1982; 1890 - 1932

Clarke Alden Rodman Papers

Identifier: Mss-0274
Abstract Clarke Alden Rodman had a distinguished career as a chemist, engineer and inventor. He worked for the FRAM Corporation beginning in 1946 as researcher on oil filtration. Rodman concentrated upon research related to filter media for filters used in the automobile/truck industry. The papers document research pertaining to the manufacturing of filters and other automotive parts and accessories. It also documents Mr. Rodman’s continued interest and involvement in the development and...
Dates: 1946 - 1996; 1960 - 1989

College of Architecture, Office of the Dean

Identifier: Series-0083

This series contains some of the material/records produced by the College of Architecture

Dates: 1940 - 1988; 1968 - 1983

Cassie Connor Collection

Identifier: Mss-0286

This material was collected by Cassie Connor, longtime secretary of James F. Byrnes, which gives additional insight into the work of the former Senator, advisor to President Franklin D. Roosevelt, Supreme Court Justice, Secretary of State under President Harry Truman, and Governor of South Carolina.

Dates: 1934-1969, no date

Dill Family Collection

Identifier: Mss-0288
Scope and Contents This material highlights community life, specifically that of Brandon Textile Mill and Parker High School in West Greenville, South Carolina. The collection contains photographs, magazines, and documents that reflect upstate South Carolina textile mill culture and education. The photographs, dated early 1920s, depict life in the Brandon Mills community. Included are scenes of the Haymakers Celebration Parade, the mill baseball team, individuals in the Red Men Order, Tom Bennett (General...
Dates: 1920 - 1966

Ernest McPherson Lander Papers

Identifier: Mss-0280
Abstract Ernest M. Lander had a distinguished career in teaching, research and service as a professor of history at Clemson University. The collection contains correspondence, memos, minutes and other materials relating to Lander’s participation in various professional organizations. It also documents his service to the University community as a member of the Faculty Senate, the Graduate Committee, and other committees. The collection also contains material related to Lander’s teaching duties, and...
Dates: 1581 - 1988; 1955 - 1988

Rupert Howard Fike Papers

Identifier: Mss-0034
Abstract The Rupert Howard Fike Papers are a valuable resource for researching athletics and athletics fundraising at Clemson College. Fike was a Clemson graduate and worked as a roentgenologist in Georgia and South Carolina. He was active in athletic affairs and helped found the athletic fundraising organization IPTAY (“I Pay Ten A Year”).The collection contains artifacts, correspondence, diplomas, a history, memoranda, photographs, reports, scrapbooks and other materials that document...
Dates: 1857 - 2003

Furman Hovey Martin Jr. Papers

Identifier: Mss-0294

After receiving a degree in textile engineering from Clemson College in 1933, Furman Martin worked at Springs Industries in research and development, 1933-1975 with service in the U.S. Army during World War II. The papers primarily pertain to Martin's work at Springs Industries and document applied research related to textile manufacturing. They include articles, artifacts, correspondence, drawings, index cards, memoranda, newspapers, patents, photographs, reports, and tables.

Dates: 1860 - 1999; 1949 - 1971