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  • Under the Dome, September 1995 

    McKissick Museum (1995-09)
    This newsletter produced by the McKissick Museum at the University of South Carolina is dedicated to sharing news on exhibits, objects, events, and more at the museum. This periodical is Volume 5, Issue 3 from September 1995.
  • The Ultimate Vacation : Watching Other People Work 

    McKissick Museum (2012-12)
    Catalog for the exhibition titled, "The Ultimate Vacation: Watching Other People Work" at the McKissick Museum from September 8 to December 18, 2012. The exhibition grew out of directed groundwork done as projects for ...
  • The Museum of Education 

    McKissick Museum (1980)
    A pamphlet describing the history and content of the McKissick Museum, also known as the Museum of Education.
  • Fall Folklife Festival 

    McKissick Museum (1998)
    A booklet for the fourth Fall Folklife Festival organized by the McKissick Museum to celebrate rich folk heritage that resides in South Carolina. The festival includes southern food-ways along with crafts, music and storytelling.
  • Above the Fall Line : Folk Art of the Southern Piedmont 

    McKissick Museum (1989)
    This booklet was developed as a catalog to accompany the exhibition, "Above the Fall Line: Folk Art of the Southern Piedmont" that displayed at the McKissick Museum from March 15, 1987 to June 30, 1989. The booklet includes ...
  • McKissick Memorial Library : Self-Guided Tour and General Information 

    University of South Carolina (1975)
    The McKissick Memorial Library is the main collection in the university library system, housing major book, periodical, and microtext resources in all subject areas except science, education, law, music, and South Carolina. ...
  • Resource guide 

    University of South Carolina. Children's Law Office (South Carolina State Library, 2000-06)
    This directory is designed as a basic resource guide for attorneys, guardians ad litem, and other professionals involved in court processes related to children. Services that may be relevant for children or parents in ...
  • Legacy - August 2021 

    University of South Carolina, South Carolina Institute of Archaeology and Anthropology (South Carolina State Library, 2021-08)
    Legacy is the South Carolina Institute of Archaeology and Anthropology (SCIAA) newsletter, published two to three times a year. It contains brief descriptions of ongoing or recently completed projects. Legacy also provides ...
  • Heard at Every Turn : Traditional Music in South Carolina 

    McKissick Museum; University of South Carolina, College of Arts and Sciences (2015)
    The title of this catalog and exhibition reflects a frequent observation made by folks traveling through the South in the 19th century. They noted how rich and prevalent music was - it was "heard at every turn." In 1916, ...
  • From Artist to Patron : The Fraser Collection of Engravings Presented to Dr. Robert Gibbes 

    McKissick Museum; University of South Carolina, Institute for Southern Studies (1985)
    This catalog accompanies an exhibition that deals with collecting, taste and culture in the nineteenth century. Although many individuals enjoy visiting museums to admire individual objects, few people ever wonder why a ...
  • Fanfare! : Tailgating with the Gamecocks : A Tailgating Cookbook 

    McKissick Museum (1997)
    This catalog contains recipes recommended for football tailgating at University of South Carolina football games. Types of recipes include appetizers, cold dishes, hot dishes, desserts, beverages, breads, and more. Images ...
  • An Elegance Rediscovered : The Figurative Paintings of Henry Salem Hubbell 

    Hubbell, Henry Salem; McKissick Museum (1998)
    This catalog features an exhibition held at the McKissick Museum, University of South Carolina for the artist Henry Salem Hubbell. Examples of paintings can be found throughout the catalog as well as biographic information ...
  • Richard Burnside : Who is King? 

    Burnside, Richard; Przybysz, Jane 1954-; Puchner, Edward M.; McKissick Museum (2016)
    This document is a catalog for an exhibition at McKissick Museum, University of South Carolina in Columbia, South Carolina from May 6 - August 6, 2016 featuring the artist Richard Burnside. This catalog includes an artist ...
  • Dawn of Freedom : The Freedmen's Town of Mitcheville, South Carolina 

    McKissick Museum (2014)
    This booklet was developed to coincide with the nationally traveling exhibition, organized and circulated by McKissick Museum at the University of South Carolina. The exhibit, "Dawn of Freedom: The Freedmen's Town of ...
  • The Art of Environmental Awareness : Batiks by Mary Edna Fraser 

    McKissick Museum (2010)
    This booklet was published in conjunction with an exhibition held at McKissick Museum, University of South Carolina, August 14 - December 14, 2010.
  • Grass Roots : African Origins of an American Art 

    McKissick Museum (2010)
    This booklet was published in conjunction with an exhibition of the same title held at McKissick Museum, University of South Carolina, February 13, 2010 through May 8, 2010.
  • Natural Curiosity : The University of South Carolina and the Evolution of Scientific Inquiry into the Natural World 

    McKissick Museum (2007)
    "Natural Curiosity : the University of South Carolina and the Evolution of Scientific Inquiry Into the Natural World" is a long-term exhibition organized by McKissick Museum and the College of Arts and Sciences at the ...
  • A Portion of the People : Three Hundred Years of Southern Jewish Life 

    McKissick Museum (2002)
    This document is a gallery guide for a traveling exhibit which portrays the history of the Jewish people in South Carolina, "from the founding of the British colony in the late 17th century" to today's "Palmetto Jews." The ...
  • University of South Carolina Department of Art 2001 Faculty Exhibition 

    McKissick Museum (2001)
    Visual artists are in the transformation business. In their hands, clay or metal takes on the shape of living thing or colorful geometry or table utensil both useful and beautiful. Pigments, fabrics, and textures coalesce ...
  • Myth, Memory and Imagination : Universal Themes in the Life and Culture of the South : Selections from the Collection of Julia J. Norrell 

    McKissick Museum (1999-10)
    This catalog is for an exhibition held at the McKissick Museum, October 3, 1999-February 20, 2000. Artists with works reproduced in the catalog include: Laura Gilpin, Eldridge Bagley, Theora Hamblett, William Tolliver, ...

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