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4500 pieces, 2.25 linear feet
The Fewell, Caldwell, and Carothers families were related by marriage and had a long history of business and civic service to Rock Hill, South Carolina.
Scope and Content Note
The collection consists of genealogical data, correspondence, speeches and essays, sermons, Civil War and World War I papers and memorabilia, diaries, legal and financial papers, photographs, newspaper clippings, and various papers relating to the Fewell, Caldwell, and Carothers families. The collection also contains records relating to Winthrop College, Winthrop Training School, and Salem College, Winston-Salem, N.C. Bound Volumes in the collection are scrapbooks realign to the college career of Eva M. Fewell (Carothers), and the civic and business careers of Benjamin M. Fewell and Erwin Carothers. Related by marriage, the Fewell and Carothers families have a long history of business and civic service to the city of Rock Hill. The collection represents a research source for information concerning Rock Hill, and the 1800’s sermons of Reverend Cyrus K. Caldwell suggest any number of editorial and research projects for history students and scholars.
The collection also contains genealogical information on Caldwell, Fewell, Carothers, Garrison, Broughton, Barron, Hope, Davidson, and Allison families. Includes papers of Anna Hope Caldwell, Erwin Carothers, Eva M. Fewell, Anne Carothers, and the sermons of Reverend Cyrus K. Caldwell of Tennessee.
The papers of the Fewell, Caldwell, and Carothers families of Rock Hill, S.C. and Demark,Tennesseewere deposited with the Winthrop College Archives on July 1, 1979, by Mr. and Mrs. William Barron ofRock Hill.
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Finding Aid Citation
Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections, Winthrop University, "Fewell-Caldwell-Carothers Family Papers - Accession 254". Finding Aid 63.