The Civil Rights History Project: Survey of Collections and Repositories
University of South Carolina. South Caroliniana Library
910 Sumter Street
Columbia, South Carolina
Email: [email protected]
Repository URL: http://library.sc.edu/socar/index.html
Repository code: scu
Repository description (extant): The South Caroliniana Library collects and houses books, newspapers, manuscripts, pamphlets, serials, maps, audio recordings, and visual images on all aspects of South Carolina history and culture. These collections document the achievements and diversity of the state, tracing the changing face of South Carolina throughout the eighteenth, nineteenth, and twentieth centuries.
The Oral History Program at the South Caroliniana Library conducts, collects, and preserves interviews on all aspects of South Carolina history and culture. Our collections document the achievements and diversity of our state, tracing the changing face of South Carolina over more than seventy years' of vividly recorded memories, impressions and reflections from a wide range of narrators, drawn from all walks of life.
Repository type: University Special Collection
Mount Pleasant (S.C.) oral history project
The Legal Committee of the South Carolina N.A.A.C.P. and the struggle for civil rights in the 1960s
Margaret J. Gibbs Theus interview collection
Amelia Wallace Vernon collection