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  • July 1st
    July 1st marks two important events in Clemson’s history.  Fifty years ago today, on July 1, 1964, Clemson College officially became Clemson University. And 207 years ago, on July 1, 1807, Thomas Green Clemson was born. Happy Birthday Clemson University and Thomas Green Clemson !
  • Telling the World About D-DayTelling the World About D-Day
    As 160,000 Allied soldiers landed at Normandy on June 6, 1944 the rest of the world knew little about what was happening but were anxious for news about the war. W. Wright Bryan, Clemson class of 1926 and managing editor of The Atlanta Journal, was on temporary assignment covering the war in Europe. He gave(...)
  • Leland Engineering and Tracy H. Jackson Family Papers Now Open to ResearchersLeland Engineering and Tracy H. Jackson Family Papers Now Open to Researchers
    Two recently processed collections are now available to researchers. The Leland Engineering Records (Mss 352) is the first collection processed as part of the Libraries’ South Carolina Architecture Archive initiative. The collection documents various types of engineering projects undertaken by William B. Leland and his firm for architects, contractors, and other clients during the second half(...)
  • We are still here (updated 6/5/14)
    It’s gotten a little harder to find the Strom Thurmond Institute building, home of the Special Collections Library, when coming from the main part of campus. With construction underway for the Watt Family Innovation Center, the entrance on the north/Cooper Library side of the Strom Thurmond Institute has been closed and the area between Cooper and STI(...)