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Ned M. Albright is the retired President of Albright Realty. Ned has been in the real estate business for 49 years and has served on the York County Association of REALTORS® board of directors, and was past president of the York County Association of REALTORS®. He was a real estate instructor at Winthrop University and York Technical College. He is a past member of the board of directors of the South Carolina REALTOR® Foundation. Ned also was chairman of the South Carolina Association of REALTORS® By-Law Committee and the REALTORS® Grievance Committee. Ned is a former president of the Rock Hill Rotary Club and the Rock Hill Jaycees. He served on the board of directors for the Rock Hill Chamber of Commerce, was past chairman of the Rock Hill "Come-See-Me" board of directors. He is a past member of the Rock Hill Tree Commission, Catawba River Task Force, Tri-County Waste Water Association Environmental Sub-Committee and public relations chairman for the Catawba Power Squadron.
Scope and Content Note
The Ned Albright Papers consist of documents that have been alphabetized with dividers. Ned Albirght is a retired President of Albright Realty in Rock Hill, SC. His father, C.H. “Icky” Albright was the founder of Albright Realty. The collection includes hand drawn and printed diagrams of street layouts in various locations of Rock Hill such as Oakland Avenue and Cherry Rd. Includes survey maps from various decades and various realty companies such as Marshall Realty, Simpson Realty, Vinson Realty, The Peoples Trust Company, and Albright Realty. Some maps include properties already sold to others, and in some cases who resides in current properties. Maps predominantly cover the York County and Catawba region.
The Ned Albright Papers were donated to the Winthrop Archives by Ned Albright on September 15, 2017.
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Finding Aid Citation
Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections, Winthrop University, "Ned Albright Papers - Accession 1594". Finding Aid 895.