Clemson University Libraries Collections


A. Wolfe Davidson, The Man Behind the Sculpture

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A. Wolfe Davidson created the Thomas Green Clemson statue in front of Tillman Hall (twice!). This exhibit provides a brief look at his Davidson’s life and the other works he created for Clemson University and other clients. Davidson was born in Russia in 1903, arrived in Greenville, South Carolina in the 1920s and enrolled as a special student at Clemson College in 1934. He went on to lead the art department at Brenau College in Georgia for nearly twenty years.

Agrarian

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The Agrarian is the official student publication of the Clemson College of Agriculture.

Board of Trustees

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Minutes and reports of Clemson University’s Board of Trustees from 1888 to the present.

Bobbin and Beaker

The Bobbin and Beaker Vol. 22 No. 1

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The Bobbin and Beaker is an official publication of the Clemson Textile School.

Carolina Textile Mills Collection

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The Carolina Textile Mills Collection provides photographs, maps, blueprints, ephemera, letters, guidebooks and more documenting textile mill history in Upstate South Carolina from various textile mill related collections held by the Clemson University Special Collections unit. Images in this collection were taken from the M. Lowenstein collection, the Neil Campbell collection, the Dill Family collection, the Clifton Manufacturing collection, the Henry Cater collection and the JP Stevens collection.

Clemson Catalog (undergraduate announcements)

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Undergraduate Announcements and course descriptions for Clemson University.

Clemson Chronicle

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The Clemson Chronicle is the University’s student run literary arts magazine, featuring prose, poetry, art, and photography.

Clemson Class of 1939

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The Clemson College Class of 1939 is a unique class. After graduation, not only did almost all of its members serve in World War II (with 26 making the ultimate sacrifice), but they also made a series of commitments to the University at their 50th Golden Anniversary Reunion in 1989 that have both served to sustain the class into perpetuity and to enhance the Clemson experience as a whole. The class contributes to student scholarships, has endowed a Faculty Award for Excellence, and supports projects in the Heritage Gardens, part of the Clemson Botanical Garden. Membership to the class increases each year with the induction of the Faculty Award for Excellence winners as well as the induction of other members who support the class. A Leadership Committee has been established for the honorary members to work with the remaining class members to perpetuate the memory, ideals, and goals of the original members of the Great Class of ’39.

Clemson Commencement Programs

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Clemson University Graduation Commencement Programs.

Clemson Graduate Announcements

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Graduate School announcements and course descriptions for Clemson University.