Essays and minutes, 1999 Dec. 14 ; [typescript].


Essays and minutes, 1999 Dec. 14 ; [typescript].

Minutes include brief outline of talks and reaction to short essays or "five minute papers" presented by Walter Edgar, Karl Heider, Phelps Bultman, Charles Bryan, Don Saunders, and Joe Rice. Remembrance, S.C. History (5 sheets), essay by Walter Edgar re controversy surrounding the display of the Confederate flag at the S.C. State House, includes collection of e-mails and page copied from the legal code of South Carolina. Update on Indonesia (2 sheets), essay presented by Karl Heider re election of Abdurrahaman Walid to the presidency of Indonesia and Megawati Sukarnoputri to the vice-presidency. The Hennig-Kohn Papers, essay by Phelps Bultman discusses transfer to the South Caroliniana Library of a large collection of books, pamphlets, maps, and other materials re South Carolina history acquired by August Kohn and his descendents, known as the Kohn-Hennig collection. Y2K 1: The Tree of Knowledge and the Tree of Life, essay presented by Charles Bryan re implications of splitting the atom and the splicing of the gene for the next millenium. #10, Christmas Thoughts about Love, essay given by Don Saunders, re his son's miraculous recovery from cancer.

1 folder (18 sheets) ; 28 cm.

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