Rock Hill History in Charleston News and Courier - Accession 1029 - M456 (507B)
Accession 1029 - M456 (507B)
June 7, 1890
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Scope and Content Note
This collection consists of a section of the Charleston News & Courier of June 7, 1890 that contains several pages of advertisements for Rock Hill, SC titled, “The Resources of Rock Hill” a thriving Carolina town. The paper includes a history of the town and several biographies, illustrations, and sketches of the town founders, businesses, and other Rock Hill buildings. The paper includes illustrations of: J. M Cherry; R. T. Fewell; F. H. London; David Hutchinson; Hon. W. B. Wilson, Jr.; F. O. London; Iredell Jones; John T. Roddey; J. R. London; Capt. A. E. Hutchinson; W. J. Roddey; John R. Allen; Capt. W. L. Roddey; J. B. Johnson; W. M. Frew; L. M. Davis; Capt. W. L. Roddey Residence; Rock Hill Construction Company; The Globe Cotton Mill; Graded School; Rock Hill Cotton Factory; The Roddey Building; Savings Bank of Rock Hill; Frew’s Emporium;
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Finding Aid Citation
Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections, Winthrop University, "Rock Hill History in Charleston News and Courier - Accession 1029 - M456 (507B)". Finding Aid 673.