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Grace Beacham Freeman Papers - Accession 78, Grace Beacham Freeman Jan 1977

Grace Beacham Freeman Papers - Accession 78, Grace Beacham Freeman

Manuscript Collection

The Grace Beacham Freeman Papers documents the development of Mrs. Freeman’s career as a writer from 1948 to the 1960s as well as her relationship with various members of her family. The collection is divided into two groups. The first, her personal files, mainly includes family and personal correspondence, biographical materials, genealogical charts and histories and other papers concerning her children. The second group, her professional files, includes Mrs. Freeman’s prose, poetry, plays and radio scripts as well as correspondence with publishers, editors and Archibald Rutledge, her friend and critic. The subject files consist of reference materials that ...


Henry Radcliffe Sims Papers - Accession 9, Henry Radcliffe Sims Jan 1974

Henry Radcliffe Sims Papers - Accession 9, Henry Radcliffe Sims

Manuscript Collection

The Henry Radcliffe Sims Papers consist primarily of personal and business correspondence and offers a good source of information on the Sims family's varied interests in South Carolina, especially their businesses in Orangeburg, South Carolina. The correspondence generally deals with Henry Sims' brief military career; his presidency at Winthrop; his efforts along with his brothers' help to establish a radio station at Orangeburg; his constant concern in the Sims Publishing Company; his interest in the political and educational welfare of his nephews; his devotion to his family; and his association with various South Carolina legislators. Areas of research would ...