Barron and Carothers Papers - Accession 1504 - M732 (788)
Accession 1504 - M732 (788)
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William B. "Bill" Barron and his wife Ann Carothers Barron were long-time Rock Hill, S.C. residents. Bill Barron attended Winthrop Training School (WTS) from 1930-1942. Ann Barron received her M.A.T. degree from Winthrop in 1968 and served as a teacher and then Director of the Winthrop Kindergarten from February 1969 until her death in 1982. Louise Carothers Newland was Mrs. Barron's aunt. Mrs. Barron's father was Erwin Carothers who served as mayor of Rock Hill from 1936 to 1947.
Scope and Content Note
The Barron and Carothers collection consists of six photographs of Louise Carothers Newland, Winthrop Class of 1920 and Winthrop piano instructor 1946-1949; one photograph of Mary Erwin Byers, aunt of Louise Carothers Newland; a newspaper clipping concerning the Winthrop Training School (WTS) Second Grade class’ visit to the Peoples National Bank [Evening Herald, Monday, April 3, 1933]; and a mimeographed copy of “Third Grade News” the newsletter of the Third Grade of the Winthrop Training School (WTS) dated December 8, 1933. Bill Barron attended Winthrop Training School from 1930 to 1942.
The Barron and Carothers Papers were given to the Archives on behalf of Ann and Bill Barron by Keller H. Barron in August 2014.
Barron Family, Carothers Family, Winthrop, Winthrop Training School (WTS), Rock Hill SC
For information concerning copyright please contact the Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections at Winthrop University.
Finding Aid Citation
Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections, Winthrop University, "Barron and Carothers Papers - Accession 1504 - M732 (788)". Finding Aid 327.
LC Subject Headings
Newland, Louise Carothers--Photographs; Byers, Mary Erwin--Photographs; Winthrop Normal and Industrial College--Alumni and alumnae; Winthrop College, the South Carolina College for Women--Faculty; Laboratory schools--South Carolina--Rock Hill--Archives