Springs Foundation History - Accession 1079 - M490 (541)
Accession 1079 - M490 (541)
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Scope and Content Note
This collection consists of a booklet titled Profiles In Family Philanthropy Community Kinship: The Story of the Springs Foundation written by Carol Robbins and published by the National Center for Family Philanthropy in 2000. The Springs Foundation is the philanthropic arm of Springs Industries, Inc. The foundation was created to promote “the general welfare of the residents” of Lancaster, Chester, and York counties of South Carolina regardless of their race, religion, or place of employment. It concentrates its activity in recreation, education, healthcare, community service, and religion. The Springs Foundation was developed in 1942 by Elliot White Springs, a textile plant owner, writer, and World War I veteran. This publication includes a genealogy chart of the Springs-Close Family and a timeline of the Springs Foundation
The Springs Foundation History was given to the Archives by Louise Pettus on September 16, 2002.
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Finding Aid Citation
Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections, Winthrop University, "Springs Foundation History - Accession 1079 - M490 (541)". Finding Aid 707.