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6000 pieces, 3.0 linear feet
Francis M. Mack, Sr. (1887-1979) was a farmer, veteran of the Mexican Border Dispute, World War I, and World War II, Military Mayor of Taegu, Korea during the Korean War, and educator. He was also very involved in local organizations and clubs including but not limited to: York County Board of Education; the Fort Mill Chamber of Commerce; Masons, Catawba Lodge No. 56; the Mayflower Society; the Order of the Stars and Bars; the Sons of the American Revolution; the South Carolina Genealogical Society; the Sons of Confederate Veterans.
Scope and Content Note
The Francis M. Mack, Sr. Papers are divided into eight sections. The first section consists of his educational papers and the organization of the Catawba Association. The second section includes papers relating to the Ministers’ Annuity Fund. Other sections include his military papers which include his military papers which include numerous maps, papers concerning Camp Campbell and Korea, papers dealing with historical organizations of which he was a member, photographs, newspaper clippings and various pamphlets. There are three appendices which list the names of the pamphlets and the maps and also list the organizations that Francis M. Mack, Sr. was a member.
The papers of Francis M. Mack, Sr., farmer, veteran of the Mexican Border Dispute, World War I and World War II, Military Mayor of Taegu, Korea, and educator were received by the Winthrop University Archives on October 26, 1983
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Finding Aid Citation
Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections, Winthrop University, "Francis M. Mack Sr. Papers - Accession 533". Finding Aid 1090.