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    • Chester County economic and social 

      Cornwall, Arthur; University of South Carolina, University Extension Division; Gaston, David Aiken (South Carolina State Library, 1924-12-15)
    • College education for men of business: a familiar essay 

      Broadus, John (South Carolina State Library, 1913-01)
      The author argues that a college education is necessary for young men who are planning a career in business. He places emphasis on higher education and addresses objections to college attendance.
    • Country school movements and ideals in South Carolina 

      Tate, William K. (South Carolina State Library, 1914-01)
      The bulletin is a report of the State Supervisor of Elementary Rural Schools. It includes field work, rural school progress, and recommendations.
    • Decrease of birds in South Carolina 

      Williams, Belle (South Carolina State Library, 1916-08)
      This document discusses reasons for decreasing bird populations in South Carolina. The author, Belle Williams, who was Secretary of South Carolina Audubon Society, Chairman of the Bird Protection Sub-Committee, and Department ...
    • Farm tenure in South Carolina 

      Derrick, Samuel (South Carolina State Library, 1920-08)
      This bulletin addresses the needs and opportunities of the rural field. It is part of research by the Department of Rural Social Science, which addresses the rural problem of farm tenure.
    • Gullah 

      Smith, Reed, 1881-1943 (South Carolina State Library, 1926-11-01)
      The bulletin is an examination of the Gullah dialect, including historical background and pronunciation aids.
    • Henry Timrod: man and poet, a critical study by George Armstrong Wauchope 

      Wauchope, George (South Carolina State Library, 1915-04)
      The monograph is the outgrowth of an address given at Columbia College in 1898 and then published in The North Carolina Review, May, 1812. It studies Henry Timrod’s life and poetry.
    • High school week, April 22-24, 1925 

      Unknown author (South Carolina State Library, 1925-02-15)
      The bulletin describes the activities of High School Week, sponsored by the South Carolina High School League. It includes officers, eligibility rules, and records and championships for 1924.
    • Library 

      Green, Edwin L. (Edwin Luther), 1870-1948; Snowden, Yates, 1858-1933 (South Carolina State Library, 1906-10)
      This document contains a correspondence of Edwin L. Green and Yates Snowden, which discussed the library of the University of South Carolina. It includes various librarians in the eighteen century, their photographs, and ...
    • Our schools 

      Hand, William H. (South Carolina State Library, 1909-01)
      This document reports overall structure of the schools in South Carolina. Author, William H. Hand, discussed the following issues related with South Carolina schools: lack of funds, beggarly salaries for teacher, incomplete ...
    • Progress in Christian work at the University of South Carolina 

      University of South Carolina (South Carolina State Library, 1917-01)
      The bulletin describes organization of the Young Men's Christian Association (YMCA) of the University of South Carolina. A record of work for the year 1916-1917 is included.
    • Public libraries: a need in South Carolina. A city-county system and a state commission suggested 

      Kennedy, Robert MacMillan (South Carolina State Library, 1914)
      USC Librarian Robert M. Kennedy presented this paper about the need for public libraries before the Kershaw County teachers' institute, January 17, and before the Kosmos club, Columbia, January 24, 1914.
    • Report of the University of South Carolina 

      Baker, Leonard (South Carolina State Library, 1932-01-01)
      The bulletin presents a report of the work of the University of South Carolina for the session of 1930-1931 and also a financial statement by the Treasurer of receipts and expenditures from January 1, 1931, to December 31, 1931.
    • Robert Mills architect 

      Wilson, Charles C. (South Carolina State Library, 1919-02)
      This document reports the activities and accomplishments of a notable architect, Robert Mills. It mentions various famous works of Robert Mills including the United States Patent Office, United States Treasury, original ...
    • School of Commerce announcement, 1926-27 

      University of South Carolina (South Carolina State Library, 1926-05-15)
      The booklet provides the curriculum for the School of Commerce and details the courses offered. A roster of students is included.
    • School of pharmacy announcement 1927-28 

      University of South Carolina (South Carolina State Library, 1927-03-15)
      The bulletin describes the Pharmacy College at the University of South Carolina, providing information and curricular details for students.
    • Some educational and legislative needs of South Carolina mill villages 

      University of South Carolina; Parker, Thomas (South Carolina State Library, 1911-01-18)
      This is the substance of an address regarding the educational and legislative needs of South Carolina mill villages, delivered by Thomas F. Parker, president of Monaghan Mills in Greenville, South Carolina.
    • Some suggestions for moral betterment 

      Wardlaw, Patterson (South Carolina State Library, 1925-12-15)
      The University presents this bulletin for the benefit of the citizens of South Carolina, arguing that suggestions for moral betterment are always timely. The bulletin is intended to help citizens improve their social and ...
    • South Carolina botanists: biography and bibliography 

      Gee, Wilson, 1888- (South Carolina State Library, 1918-09)
      The monograph is a systematic arrangement of the biographies and bibliographies of botanists in South Carolina who have contributed to the state’s reputation in botany.
    • South Carolina for teachers 

      Gee, Wilson, 1888- (South Carolina State Library, 1924-10-01)
      The purpose of this bulletin is to provide comprehensive information about South Carolina. This information is intended to aid teachers in preparing students to live in South Carolina.