William B. White Program Collection - Accession 1097 - M506 (556)
Accession 1097 - M506 (556)
November 1944-April 1971
Open under the rules and regulations of the Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections
William Boyce White, Jr. is a Rock Hill native and taught at the Winthrop Training School (WTS) from 1958-1965 and taught at Rock Hill High School following the closing of the high school portion of the WTS. He also taught in Clover before coming to Winthrop. Mr. White is author and historian and was the organist at First Presbyterian Church in Rock Hill from 1945 until he moved to Virginia.
Scope and Content Note
This collection consists of programs and newsletters collected by William B. White. Most of the material relates to Rock Hill, SC area churches. Mr. White was the organist at First Presbyterian Church. Also included in the collection are programs pertaining to the Rock Hill High School Band and Chorus groups, a tribute to Dr. F. W. Gregg, the Saint John’s Methodist Church, the Waxhaws Chapter– Daughters of the American Revolution, The Old Waxhaw Presbyterian Church, The North Carolina Chapter American Guild of Organists, and the Nation Ford Historical Park Red River, South Carolina.
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Finding Aid Citation
Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections, Winthrop University, "William B. White Program Collection - Accession 1097 - M506 (556)". Finding Aid 725.