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Alexander McBeth Store Ledger, 1794

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A handmade ledger book from 1794 belonging to Alexander McBeth & Company, who began operations in Greenville County in the early 1790s. The store stood on the White Horse Road. This ledger is held by the Greenville County Library System's South Carolina Room.

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Alexander McBeth Store Ledger, 1794

Art Slide Library

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Selected items from Furman's Art Department slide library. For additional digital art resources, see the Artstor database. Unless otherwise stated, all art images and concepts are under copyright. Off-campus use of this collection requires a Furman ID and password.

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Art Slide Library

Beautifying and Improving Greenville, S.C.

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In 1907, the landscape architecture firm Kelsey & Guild, of Boston, MA, prepared a report for the Municipal League of Greenville in which they outlined, “the possibilities for beautifying and improving Greenville and…practical ways to accomplish results.”  This report, presented here in its final published …

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Beautifying and Improving Greenville, S.C.

Central High School Yearbooks

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After an election in Pickens County from a new school act, the voters decided in February 1908 that a new Central High School should be built. Shortly thereafter, work was begun on this new high school building on Church Street, a modern brick structure with six large classrooms, a large auditorium and space in …

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Central High School Yearbooks

Civil War Correspondence

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Samuel Pringle Letters: Samuel McBride Pringle was born December 7, 1839 and enrolled at Furman University in 1859. He left Furman in the spring of 1861 to join the Confederate Army. Pringle was wounded at the Battle of Antietam and never recovered. He died on September 24, 1862. The letters he wrote to his family …

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Civil War Correspondence

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