The Books and papers of Council kept since their original organization were consumed in the office of the Intendant by the disastrous fire with which the village of Anderson was visited this day. In pursuance of the directions of Council
V for Victory: This postcard photograph from our collections shows more than two hundred WAC, Women’s Army Corps, members standing in a “V for Victory” on Daytona Beach in June 1943. Beatrice J. Hillhouse of Anderson, one of the women in
"You'll feel so well you'll want to yell, Vim-Herb has made me right!" For more than 40 years the jingle of Vim-Herb, a locally made tonic, played over Anderson's radio signals. A.P. "Doc" Durham, a prominent businessman and community leader produced
Cemetery preservation can be a round the clock job, and one that is vitally important for the study of history and genealogy. For smaller churches, private, and family cemeteries, this is a job regularly undertaken by volunteers. Simply keeping up
Lewis Dalton Moorhead August 28th, 1908- June 24th, 2003 Born August 28th, 1908 to Augustus and Nora Moorhead, Lewis Dalton Moorhead was destined to become “Anderson’s Premier Photographer” of the 20th Century. Born and raised in Sandy Springs, Moorhead attended Clemson College
Major Frank Rogers Thompson 1903-1977 Major Frank Rogers Thompson was born in Concord, North Carolina on June 15, 1903. As a teenager he attended North Carolina College and Porter Military Academy in Charleston where he earned a Civil and Mechanical Engineering degree.
This post is an excerpt from the temporary exhibit at the Anderson County Museum. The Bureau and Domestic Affairs Former Reed Family slave known as Uncle Jeff stands outside the Brock house located behind Echo Hall, c.a. 1910. In addition to militarily