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William Gist Finley Papers - Accession 167, William Gist Finley Jan 1978

William Gist Finley Papers - Accession 167, William Gist Finley

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William Gist Finley (1895-1969) was a lawyer and solicitor of the Sixth Judicial Circuit (1930-1950) from York, SC. The William Gist Finley Papers consist of biographical data, correspondence, photographs, speeches, newspaper clippings, and other papers relating to Finley’s career and death, and to York County’s history. Includes biographical sketch of David Edward Finley, a history of York, South Carolina, York Associate Reformed Presbyterian (ARP) Church history, Bethel Presbyterian Church history, York County Bible Society records, Kings Mountain National Park, Rose Hill State Park near Union, South Carolina, and the Carolina and Northwestern Railroad.


Episcopal Churchwomen Of The Diocese Of Upper South Carolina Records - Accession 169, Episcopal Churchwomen Of The Diocese Of Upper South Carolina Jan 1978

Episcopal Churchwomen Of The Diocese Of Upper South Carolina Records - Accession 169, Episcopal Churchwomen Of The Diocese Of Upper South Carolina

Manuscript Collection

The Episcopal Churchwomen of the Diocese of Upper South Carolina Records consist of histories, minutes, reports, correspondence, financial records, program notes, photographs, newspaper clippings, journals, handbooks, yearbooks, and scrapbooks relating to the history of the Episcopal Church in the Upstate of South Carolina and women’s role in the Church. Of particular interest are the records relating to the Bishops Committee on Race Relations and the Bi-Racial Committee, which was concerned with a Voorhees College disturbance in which black power militants seized control of the college facilities in 1967.