The collection contains one folder with an audiocassette tape (and CD-ROM copy) of various outtakes from WHTK's broadcasts during the period immediately after Hurricane Hugo struck the South Carolina coast in September, 1989. There is also a transcript of the tape and a letter describing the tape and transcript from announcer/producer Kirk Taylor to Liz Newell of the Clemson University Alumni Association.
Alphabetical list of customers and their accounts for general merchandise and food. Also designates where these accounts can be found in a larger account book. Names in the account book, such as Aull, Browning, Cannon, Chapman, Graham and Kibler, are of persons residing in the Clemson - Pendleton area.
The address was printed for the author by Wm. Conover, No. 4, Broad Street, Charleston, SC, in 1803. In his address, Anderson is questioning the process of electing candidates by the Electors of the Pendleton District.
This collection consists of the personal papers of Adlai Robin Yates relating to his genealogical research of more than fifty years. His research mainly focused on Louisiana, but his work also included other Southern states such as Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas and Virginia. Adlai Yates was not a professional genealogist by training but had a consuming passion for the subject and created a unique research collection.
The Agnes Adger Mansfield collection contains three folders. Folder 1 contains information about the Adger family, in particular about James Adger II and his son, Dr. John Bailey Adger. Folder 2 contains information about the Ravenel family, in particular about Henry Edmund Ravenel Jr., his wife Agnes Adger Ravenel, and his mother, Selina Porcher Ravenel. Folder 3 contains two histories of Pendleton, South Carolina.