A/02. Institutions and Organizations
Found in 19 Collections and/or Records:
Contents of a Bishop England High School time capsule buried in 1921.
Administrative papers, correspondence, and publications regarding the Diocess of Charleston's natural planning program and Hispanic outreach program.
Membership records, correspondence, promotional pamphlets, standardized forms, and printed by-laws of the Catholic Knights of America national organization.
Administrative records, financial records, and children’s records for the Charleston Home for Children.
Memorabilia regarding the Knights of Columbus Reverend P.N. Lynch council number 704 centennial celebration.
Administrative records, financial records, and publications of the Knights of Columbus Committee on War Activities.
Records of the history of Mercy Hospice of Horry County, from its planning and development to its full implementation.
Bishops of Charleston photographs and certificates of plenary indulgence dedicated to the Oblate Sisters of Providence.
Meeting minutes, correspondence, reports, policies, and other administrative records of the Priests’ Association of the Diocese of Charleston (PADC) records. Materials relate to the organization and function of PADC.
Scrapbook containing newspaper clippings regarding Christianity with historical, local, and national interests.
Photocopied correspondence regarding Saint Katharine Mary Drexel's work in the Diocese of Charleston.
The SCCCW records collection contains administrative and organizational records, correspondence, conference materials, photographs, scrapbooks, newsletters, news clippings, and other papers produced by various members of the South Carolina Council of Catholic Women from the 1930s to 2013.
Administrative records for the St. Patrick Benevolent Society.
Monthly newsletters for Catholic service men of Charleston, published by the National Catholic Community Service, a member agency of the United Service Organization, (USO) inc.
Quarterly illustrated periodical produced in Florence, South Carolia.
Photographic negatives from the Walterboro Press and Standard, a twice weekly newspaper serving Walterboro, South Carolina.
Administrative records, correspondence, newsletters, and scrapbooks for the Theresians of Charleston I, Theresians of Charleston III, and the Theresians of the United States.