S.A. Moseley Memoirs - Accession 419 - M165 (206)
Accession 419 - M165 (206)
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Solon Arthur Moseley (1903-1978) was a native and former mayor of Cowpens, South Carolina.
Scope and Content Note
Solon Arthur Moseley (1903-1978) was a native and former mayor of Cowpens, South Carolina. The S. A Moseley Memoirs consists of two copies of “Around the World-Adventure Unlimited,” the memoirs of S. A. “Tip” Moseley (1903-1978). The memoir was dictated to his wife several months before he died and covered his travels around the world, including fifty trips to Europe, and a sojourn within 1600 miles of the South Pole. Also included is Moseley’s account of his participation in the World War II invasion of Guam.
The S.A. Moseley Memoirs were given to the Archives by Mr. and Mrs. Malec Cerney on August 4, 1981.
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Finding Aid Citation
Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections, Winthrop University, "S.A. Moseley Memoirs - Accession 419 - M165 (206)". Finding Aid 392.
LC Subject Headings
Moseley, S. A. (Solon Arthur), 1903-1978; Moseley, S. A. (Solon Arthur), 1903-1978--Travel; Mayors--South Carolina--Cowpens; World War, 1939-1945--Personal narratives; Guam--History--Japanese occupation, 1941-1944