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Scope and Content Note
The David A. Epting Papers consist of David Epting’s correspondence, lecture, and teaching materials, rough notes, books, photographs, newspaper clippings, and artifacts. Most of the material pertains to Epting’s career and experience in the United States Navy, the Naval Reserves, in several colleges and universities, and the Second World War. Most notably is Epting’s correspondence which includes not only letters from him to his family during WWII but also letters to him from his family. His letters give a good picture of a young naval officer’s experience in the war. The letters from his family to Epting give a very good description of the Home Front in South Carolina during WWII. Eptings mother, Annie Davis Epting, was a 1909 graduate of Winthrop.
The David A. Epting Papers were given to the Archives on March 25, 2013 by Julie Derrick Epting (spouse).
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Finding Aid Citation
Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections, Winthrop University, "David A. Epting Papers - Accession 1439". Finding Aid 813.