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Scope and Content Note
The Paul D. Workman Photograph Collection consists of photographs taken by Rock Hill, SC resident and WWII veteran Major Paul D. Workman (1900-1968). Maj. Workman was the nephew of Winthrop founder and first president, David Bancroft Johnson (1856-1928) through Dr. Johnson’s half-sister Florence Nance Workman (1872-1940). The collection consists of 168 slides, 5 negatives, and 76 photograph prints. Most of the images are of Rock Hill, SC and are of spring scenes including Glencairn Gardens and other gardens, the Rock Hill Centennial Parade in 1952, local businesses, Sullivan Middle School (formerly Rock Hill High School, the Southern Rail Road, and the Elks Club of Rock Hill.
The Paul D. Workman Photograph Collection was donated to the Winthrop Archives on October 7, 2003 by Willa Broughton.
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Finding Aid Citation
Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections, Winthrop University, "Paul D. Workman Photograph Collection- Accession 1109". Finding Aid 522.
LC Subject Headings
Workman, Paul D., 1900-1968--Archives; Rock Hill (S.C.)--Photographs; Gardens--South Carolina--Rock Hill--Photographs; Parades--South Carolina--Rock Hill--Photographs; Schools--South Carolina--Rock Hill--Photographs; Business enterprises--South Carolina--Rock Hill--Photographs; Railroads--South Carolina--Rock Hill--Photographs; Elks (Fraternal order)--Photographs