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  • Welcome Class of 1968Welcome Class of 1968
    Special Collections and Archives welcomed Clemson’s newest Golden Tigers, the Class of 1968, to a special Orange Glove event on Thursday, June 7th.  As part of their 50th reunion celebration the class enjoyed taking a trip down memory lane by reminiscing over photographs, issues of Taps and Chronicle, student handbooks, athletic programs and guides, and class schedules from their years(...)
  • Children’s Book Week: The Betsy Byars PapersChildren’s Book Week: The Betsy Byars Papers
    Children’s Book Week is an annual celebration of children’s books and reading. Established in 1919, it is the longest-running national literacy initiative in the country. This year, Children’s Book Week is April 30th – May 6th. Special Collections and Archives holds a small collection of the early papers of children’s author Betsy Byars. Byars has(...)
  • No Russian Collusion: Clemson College, 1961No Russian Collusion: Clemson College, 1961
    A folder in CU Archives Series 11 – Robert C. Edwards Presidential Correspondence details the day in December 1961 when two Russian visitors came to town. See more here —  No Russian Collusion: Clemson College, 1961  
  • Explore Campus Buildings In a New WayExplore Campus Buildings In a New Way
    “Building Legacies: Clemson Campus Namesakes” is a mapping project that features 3-D renderings of campus buildings paired with historical photographs that provide perspective views of the building through time.  The photographs are presented on a map and in a short video.  The project also includes a photograph and biographical information about each building’s namesake, a(...)