Clemson University - Clemson Memorial Stadium
Title:
Clemson University - Clemson Memorial Stadium
Clemson South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused


The Clemson House
Title:
The Clemson House
Clemson South Carolina (SC), Chrome PM 1954 Feb-27



The Clemson House
Title:
The Clemson House
Clemson South Carolina (SC), Chrome PM 1932 May-16


Clemson House
Title:
Clemson House
Clemson South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
Open to the Public Year 'Round. Overlooking the beautiful campus of Clemson University. This modern structure has 250 private rooms. Completely Air Conditioned. The ultimate in fine foods.



Agricultural Engineering, Clemson College
Title:
Agricultural Engineering, Clemson College
Clemson South Carolina (SC), Linen PM Aug-25

Description:
Clemson College, the South Carolina A & M College, was founded in 1889, made possible by the bequest of Thomas G. Clemson, and was opened in 1893. Clemson is an all-men college with an enrollment of 3,500 students. Major degrees are presented in Agriculture, Engineering, Textiles, Chemistry, Education, and Arts and Sciences.


Clemson College - Fort Hill
Title:
Clemson College - Fort Hill
Clemson South Carolina (SC), Linen unused

Description:
Home of John C. Calhoun.



Clemson University - Frank Howard Field, Death Valley
Title:
Clemson University - Frank Howard Field, Death Valley
Clemson South Carolina (SC), Continental Chrome unused


Oconee Nuclear Station
Title:
Oconee Nuclear Station
Clemson South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
Duke Power Company's Oconee Nuclear Station began operating in 1973 in the foothills of upcountry South Carolina. One of the nation's most efficient, the three-unit plant produces 2,580,000 kilowatts of electricity. Next door at the Keowee-Toxaway Visitors Center (free, open daily), guests can explore energy exhibits and even crank out electricity themselves



Aerial View of Hotel
Title:
Aerial View of Hotel
Clemson South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
The Clemson House...Carolina's Smartest Hotel. Open to the public year round. Overlooking the beautiful campus of Clemson College, this modern structure has 250 private rooms with baths. The ultimate in fine food. Air-conditioned. Excellent meeting and banquet facilities


Clemson Memorial Stadium at Clemson University
Title:
Clemson Memorial Stadium at Clemson University
Clemson South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
This University was founded in 1889 as Clemson College and was made possible by the bequest of Thomas G. Clemson. Clemson is coeducational and major degrees are presented in Agriculture, Architecture, Arts and Sciences, Engineering and Textiles



Aerial View of Clemson University Campus
Title:
Aerial View of Clemson University Campus
Clemson South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
1. Located in the right area the three high rise dormitories; 2. The white building located in center left is the new Library; 3. The white building above the Library is the Coliseum; 4. At extreme right is the Clemson House


Tillman Hall, The Administration Building
Title:
Tillman Hall, The Administration Building
Clemson South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
Lewis D. Moorhead Clemson University. This building is named in honor of South Carolina's famed Governor "Pitchfork" Ben Tillman, and its famed clock tower is a landmark on Clemson University. The building was completed in 1893, four years after the Thomas G. Clemson bequest establishing the University and was accepted by the General Assembly



Manning Hall, Clemson University
Title:
Manning Hall, Clemson University
Clemson South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
Clemson University's first high-rise residence hall, occupied in August 1967, honors the late Richard I. Manning, a Clemson life trustee and former governor of South Carolina. The 11-story, $2.1 million dormitory houses 432 students Mike Roberts


Tillman Hall
Title:
Tillman Hall
Clemson South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
Lewis D. Moorhead The Administration Building, Clemson University. This building is named in honor of South Carolina's famed Governor "Pitchfork" Ben Tillman, and its famed clock tower is a landmark on the Clemson University. The building was completed in 1893, four years after the Thomas G. Clemson bequest establishing the university was accepted by the General Assembly



Administration Building, Clemson College
Title:
Administration Building, Clemson College
Clemson South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused


Tillman Hall Administration Building
Title:
Tillman Hall Administration Building
Clemson South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
Lewis D. Moorhead This building is named in honor of South Carolina's famed Governor "Pitchfork" Ben Tillman, and its famed clock tower is a landmark on Clemson University. The building was completed in 1893, four years after the Thomas G. Clemson bequest establishing the University, and was accepted by the General Assembly. Color photo by Lewis D. Moorhead



Aerial View of Clemson University Campus
Title:
Aerial View of Clemson University Campus
Clemson South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
1. Located in the right area the three high rise dormitories. 2. The white building located center left is the new Library. 3. The white building above the Library is the Coliseum. 4. At extreme right is the Clemson House


Aerial View of Clemson University Campus
Title:
Aerial View of Clemson University Campus
Clemson South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
1. Located in the right area the three high rise dormitories. 2. The white building located in the center left is the new Library. 3. The white building above the Library is the Coliseum. 4. At the extreme right is Clemson House



Duke Power's Keowee Toxaway Project
Title:
Duke Power's Keowee Toxaway Project
Clemson South Carolina (SC), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Consists of conventional and pumped storage hydroelectric generation as well as one of the nation's largest nuclear generating stations. The visitor center at the project offers a beautiful view of the Blue Ridge Mountains overlooking Lake Keowee as well as picnic facilities and a fascinating free exhibit, The Story of Energy."


Duke Power's Keowee-Toxaway Visitors Center
Title:
Duke Power's Keowee-Toxaway Visitors Center
Clemson South Carolina (SC), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
located on South Carolina 130 and 183 north of Clemson, provides an enlightening and entertaining experience in "The Story of Energy." The Center offers a panoramic view of Lake Keowee, the Keowee Dam, the Oconee Nuclear Station, picnic facilities, and remarkable displays depicting energy yesterday and today



School of Chemistry, Clemson College
Title:
School of Chemistry, Clemson College
Clemson South Carolina (SC), Linen unused

Description:
Clemson College, the South Carolina A & M College, was founded in 1889, made possible by the bequest of Thomas G. Clemson, and was opened in 1893. Clemson is an all-men college with an enrollment of 3,500 students. Major degrees are presented in Agriculture, Engineering, Textiles, Chemistry, Education, and Arts and Sciences


Agricultural Engineering, Clemson College
Title:
Agricultural Engineering, Clemson College
Clemson South Carolina (SC), Linen unused

Description:
CLEMSON COLLEGE, the South Carolina A & M College, was founded in 1889, made possible by the bequest of Thomas G. Clemson, and was opened in 1893. Clemson is an all-men college with an enrollment of 3,500 students. Major degrees are presented in Agriculture, Engineering, Textiles, Chemistry, Education, and Arts and Sciences



Oconee Nuclear Station
Title:
Oconee Nuclear Station
Clemson South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
Duke Power Company's Oconee Nuclear Station began operating in 1973 in the foothills of upcountry South Carolina. One of the nation's most efficient, the three-unit plant produces 2,580,000 kilowatts of electricity. The nearby energy information center, The World of Energy (free, open daily) offers visitors a chance to explore energy exhibits and test their energy IQ with video games


Architectural Engineering, Clemson College
Title:
Architectural Engineering, Clemson College
Clemson South Carolina (SC), Linen unused

Description:
Clemson College, the South Carolina A & M College, was founded in 1889, made possible by the bequest of Thomas G. Clemson, and was opened in 1893. Clemson is an all-men college with an enrollment of 3,500 students. Major degrees are presented in Agriculture, Engineering, Textiles, Chemistry, Education, and Arts and Sciences



C-1 School of Chemistry, Clemson College, Clemson, S.C
Title:
C-1 School of Chemistry, Clemson College, Clemson, S.C
Clemson South Carolina (SC), Linen unused

Description:
CLEMSON COLLEGE, the South Carolina A&M College, was founded in 1889, made possible by the bequest of Thomas G. Clemson, and was opened in 1893. Clemson is an all-men college with an enrollment of 3,500 students. Major degrees are presented in Agriculture, Engineering, Textiles, Chemistry, Education, and Arts and Sciences


U. S. Post Office, Clemson College
Title:
U. S. Post Office, Clemson College
Clemson South Carolina (SC), Linen unused



Clemson House
Title:
Clemson House
Clemson South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
Open to the Public Year Round. Overlooking the beautiful campus of Clemson College. This modern structure has 250 private rooms, Completely air conditioned. The ultimate in fine foods. On U. S. Highways 123 and 76 and S. C. 28 T W X Clemson.


Aerial View Of Clemson University Campus
Title:
Aerial View Of Clemson University Campus
Clemson South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
1. Located in the right area the three high rise dormitories. 2. the White building located in center left is the new Library. 3. The White building above the Library is the Coliseum. 4. At extreme right is the Clemson House



Aerial View Of Clemson University Campus
Title:
Aerial View Of Clemson University Campus
Clemson South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
1. Located in the right area the three high rise dormitories. 2. the White building located in center left is the new Library. 3. The White building above the Library is the Coliseum. 4. At extreme right is the Clemson House


Manning Hall, Clemson University
Title:
Manning Hall, Clemson University
Clemson South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
Clemson University's first high-rise residence hall, occupied in August, 18967, honors the late Richard I. Manning, a Clemson life trustee and former governor of South Carolina. The 11-story, $2-1-million Dormitory houses 432 students.



Fort Hill
Title:
Fort Hill
Clemson South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
At Clemson University is the Former home of John C. Calhoun, a one-time Vice-President of the United States and one of the south's most outstanding statesmen, and of Thomas G. Clemson, the man whose bequest made Clemson University possible. Fort Hill has been restored to its one-time glorious stateliness and remains preserved in the center of the campus.


Robert Muldrow Cooper Library, Clemson University
Title:
Robert Muldrow Cooper Library, Clemson University
Clemson South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
The multi-million-dollar library is located in the geographical center of the campus and is the academic heart of the university. Completed in 1966, the facility houses the James F. Byrnes collection. The South Carolina collections. And over 3,000 rare books and documents. The library honors the late Robert M. cooper, who served as president of the Clemson Board of Trustees.



Agricultural Engineering, Clemson College
Title:
Agricultural Engineering, Clemson College
Clemson South Carolina (SC), Linen unused

Description:
Clemson College, the South Carolina A & M College, was founded in 1889, made possible by the bequest of Thomas G. Clemson, and was opened in 1893. Clemson is an all-men college with an enrollment of 3,500 students. Major degrees are presented in Agriculture, Engineering, Textiles, Chemistry, Education, and Arts and Sciences.


School Of Chemistry, Clemson College
Title:
School Of Chemistry, Clemson College
Clemson South Carolina (SC), Linen unused

Description:
Clemson College, the South Carolina A & M College, was founded in 1889, made possible by the bequest of Thomas G. Clemson, and was opened in 1893. Clemson is an all-men college with an enrollment of 3,500 students. Major degrees are presented in Agriculture, Engineering, Textiles, Chemistry, Education, and Arts and Sciences.



Aerial View Of Clemson University Campus
Title:
Aerial View Of Clemson University Campus
Clemson South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
Located in the right area the three high rise dormitories. The white building located in center left is the new library. The white building above the library is the coliseum. At extreme right is the Clemson house


Campus Scene, Clemson University
Title:
Campus Scene, Clemson University
Clemson South Carolina (SC), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Amphitheatre in front of the Robert Muldrow Cooper Library is near the center of the campus of the busy university



The Clemson House
Title:
The Clemson House
Clemson South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
Carolina's smartest Hotel. Open the the public year round. Overlooking the beautiful campus of Clemson College, this modern structure has 250 private rooms with baths. The ultimate in fine food. Air-conditioned. Excellent meeting and banquet facilities.


U. S. Post Office, Clemson College
Title:
U. S. Post Office, Clemson College
Clemson South Carolina (SC), Linen unused



Campus Scene, Clemson Agricultural College
Title:
Campus Scene, Clemson Agricultural College
Clemson South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
Tillman Hall, the Administration Building are seen at the left, and the new Chemistry Building to the right of picture


Aerial View Showing Clemson College and Clemson College Stadium
Title:
Aerial View Showing Clemson College and Clemson College Stadium
Clemson South Carolina (SC), Linen unused

Description:
Clemson College, the South Carolina A & M College, was founded in 1889, made possible by the bequest of Thomas G. Clemson, and was opened in 1893. Clemson is an all-men college with an enrollment of 3,500 students. Major degrees are presented in Agriculture, Engineering, Textiles, Chemistry, Education, and Arts and Sciences



Aerial View Showing Clemson College and Clemson College Stadium
Title:
Aerial View Showing Clemson College and Clemson College Stadium
Clemson South Carolina (SC), Linen unused

Description:
Clemson College, the South Carolina A&M College, was founded in 1889, made possible by the bequest of Thomas G. Clemson, and was opened in 1893. Clemson is an all-men college with an enrollment of 3,500 students. Major degrees are presented in Agriculture, Engineering, Textiles, Chemistry, Education, and Arts and Sciences


Clemson Memorial Stadium, Clemson University
Title:
Clemson Memorial Stadium, Clemson University
Clemson South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
This University was founded in 1889 as Clemson College and was made possible by the bequest of Thomas G. Clemson. Clemson is coeducational and major degrees are presented in Agriculture, Architecture, Arts and Sciences, Engineering and Textiles.



Tillman Hall, Clemson University
Title:
Tillman Hall, Clemson University
Clemson South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
This building is named in honor of South Carolina's famed Governor "Pitchfork" Ben Tillman, and its famed clock tower is a landmark on Clemson University. The bulding was completed in 1893, four years after the Thomas G. Clemson bequest establishing the University, and was accepted by the General Assembly.


Fort Hill Home Of John C. Calhoun, Clemson College
Title:
Fort Hill Home Of John C. Calhoun, Clemson College
Clemson South Carolina (SC), Linen unused

Description:
At Clemson College is the former home of John C. Calhoun, a one-time vice-president of the United States and one of the South's most outstanding statesmen, and of Thomas G. Clemson, the man whose bequest made Clemson College possible. Fort Hill has been restored to its one-time glorious stateliness and remains preserved in the center of the campus.



Aerial View , Clemson College
Title:
Aerial View , Clemson College
Clemson South Carolina (SC), Linen unused

Description:
Clemson College, the south Carolina A & M College, was founded in 1889, made possible by the bequest of Thomas G. Clemson, and was opened in 1893. Clemson is an all - men college with an enrollment of 3,500 students. Major degrees are presented in Agriculture, Engineering, Textiles, Chemistry, Education, and Arts and Sciences.


U. S. Post Office, Clemson College
Title:
U. S. Post Office, Clemson College
Clemson South Carolina (SC), Linen unused





Total: 46 Items