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Scope and Content Note
The Rock Hill Chamber of Commerce Records consist of correspondence, lists, brochures, scrapbooks, pamphlets, program notes, magazine issues, newsletters, reports and other records relating to the history and activities of the Chamber of Commerce including its sponsorship of the Rock Hill Community Hotel Corporation Project (Andrew Jackson Hotel); its efforts to make the Landsford Canal a major tourist attraction; its protest of the proposed hydroelectric dam, powerhouse and other facilities on the Catawba River in York, Chester, and Lancaster Counties (The Ebb Lake Mutual Electrical Company Project); and its sponsorship of Rock Hill’s “Come-See-Me Event.” There are issues of the Rock Hill Magazine from 1914-1918 and 1975, which describe activities in the city.
The records of the Rock Hill Chamber of Commerce were deposited with the Archives on March 24 and April 26, 1977.
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Finding Aid Citation
Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections, Winthrop University, "Rock Hill Chamber of Commerce Records - Accession 1502". Finding Aid 487.