Shirley Black Brown papers, 1907-1945.
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Agricultural and social club of Georgetown, S.C.; founded Mar. 1755; incorporated in 1757, for the purpose of erecting a free school at Georgetown, S.C.; by 1799, the Society sponsored the organization of the Georgetown Library Society, a group tasked with purchasing books and securing newspapers and gazettes from London and as well as centers of trade in the United States such as Boston, New York, Richmond, and Savannah. From the description of Records, 1788-1918. (University of Sou...
Shirley Elizabeth Black graduated from University of South Carolina in 1921 and later served as president of the USC Alumnae Association; she was the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. D. Shuler Black; born in Georgetown, S.C., but raised in Columbia, S.C., her residency in the city continued after marriage to Charles Oliver Brown; at the time of her death in 1994, Brown lived in West Columbia, S.C. From the description of Shirley Black Brown papers, 1907-1945. (University of South Carolina). ...