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Samuel Brooks Mendenhall (1936-1999) was born in Rock Hill, SC. He was a lawyer, judge, and member of the South Carolina House of Representatives (1965-1972), and the South Carolina State Senate (1973-1976).
Scope and Content Note
The Samuel Brooks Mendenhall Papers consist of correspondence, minutes, reports, studies, newspaper clippings and other records, mainly relating to York County SC affairs. Subjects include public education, health, appropriations, legislation, taxes, home rule, Rock Hill history, South Carolina politics and government, York County SC economic conditions, York County Nature Museum, York County SC history, York General Hospital, Winthrop coeducation. Correspondents include Strom Thurmond, Ernest F. Hollings, Thomas S. Gettys, Kenneth L. Holland, Solomon Blatt, Frank Thornton, James Ellison, and Jessie T. Anderson.
The papers of Samuel Brooks Mendenhall, lawyer, judge, and former member of the South Carolina House of Representatives and Senate, were received by the College Archives on September 6 and 23, 1977 from Samuel Brooks Mendenhall.
Politics, South Carolina Legislature, South Carolina Law
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Finding Aid Citation
Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections, Winthrop University, "Samuel Brooks Mendenhall Papers - Accession 115". Finding Aid 250.