Jimmie E. Nunnery Family Papers - Accession 1353
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8,500 pieces, 5.00 linear feet
Jimmie E. Nunnery was a professor at the University of South Carolina- Lancaster and a former representative in the South Carolina State House of Representatives (1963-1968). He retired as a major from the S.C. Army National Guard and as Distinguished Professor Emeritus from the University of South Carolina. While at USC, he twice served as chair of the University System Faculty Senate and as advisor to the Board of Trustees. He was also honored with several distinguished teaching awards at the university while teaching psychology, business and general studies at USC Lancaster. He was a member and Past Master of the Richburg Masonic Lodge 89 A.F.M. in Richburg, S.C.; Knight Templar of the Grand Commandry of North America; and a member of the Hejaz Shrine Temple in Greenville, S.C
Scope and Content Note
The Jimmie E. Nunnery Papers consists of correspondence, death certificates, certificate for administrator of estate, court petition for name change, birth certificates, other various certificates, photographs, high school diploma, plaques, marriage license, legal agreements, wills, newspapers, invitations to graduation, passport, property maps, genealogical information, school programs, recipes, church brochures, boy scout patches, report cards, drawings, records from the House of Representatives, stationary, SC legislative manuals, florist magazine, Kodak movie film, various books, American flag, recording tape, cemetery booklet, family bulletin, high school yearbook, and a scrapbook of time spent in the House of Representatives.
The Jimmie E. Nunnery Papers were deposited with the Archives on February 12, 2009 by Rose K. Nunnery.
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Finding Aid Citation
Louise Pettus Archives and Special Collections, Winthrop University, "Jimmie E. Nunnery Family Papers - Accession 1353". Finding Aid 93.