Old Newberry County Courthouse
Title:
Old Newberry County Courthouse
Newberry South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
The stuccoed brick building, erected in 1850, now serves as library and Chamber of Commerce. Bas-relief symbolizes the spirit of the State during Reconstruction; an uprooted palmetto tree held in the talons of the United States eagle, perched upon its roots is a gamecock, wings extended as if defiantly crowing, and in the gold dollar that is his right eye, "a wicked, baleful glare." Atop the tree an unobtrusive dove bears an olive branch. Bas-relief by Osborne Wells. City Hall is in background of picture.


Newberry College - Wessels Library
Title:
Newberry College - Wessels Library
Newberry South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused



Newberry College - Holland Hall on the Quadrangle
Title:
Newberry College - Holland Hall on the Quadrangle
Newberry South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
The institution, established in 1856, is coeducational and is maintained by the Lutheran Church.


Old Newberry County Courthouse
Title:
Old Newberry County Courthouse
Newberry South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
Ernest Ferguson This stuccoed brick building, erected in 1850, now serves as library and Chamber of Commerce. Bas-relief symbolizes the spirit of the State during Reconstruction; an uprooted palmetto tree held in the talons of the United States eagle, perched upon its roots is a gamecock, wings extended as if defiantly crowing, and in the gold dollar that is his right eye, "a wicked, baleful glare." Atop the tree an unobtrusive dove bears an olive branch. Bas-relief by Osborne Wells. City Hall is in background of picture Dexter Press



Newberry College
Title:
Newberry College
Newberry South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
Holland Hall on the quadrangle. The institution, established in 1856, is coeducational and is maintained by the Lutheran Church


Student Union Building - Newberry College
Title:
Student Union Building - Newberry College
Newberry South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
Ernest Ferguson The new quarter million dollar building contains the canteen, student lounge, post office, bookstore, also quarters for the Indian, the college newsppaer, and the Newberrian, Newberry College Annual Dexter Press, Inc



Wessels Library - Newberry College
Title:
Wessels Library - Newberry College
Newberry South Carolina (SC), Chrome PM 1965 Oct-4

Description:
Dedicated in 1954, the library was financed with funds from the Christian Higher Education Year Appeal and a gift from the Wessels family of Savannah, Georgia. This $200,000 structure houses 30,000 volumes plus periodicals and pamphlets


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

Description:
Newberry, S.C. has quite a historical background, as it was first settled by white men in 1745. During the war of 1776 a young Newberry girl was noted for a heroic ride delivering and important dispatch to an American General. Newberry is a progressive city with an abundance of electric power, plenty of pure water, an ideal climate and a healthy community



Greetings from Newberry, S.C
Title:
Greetings from Newberry, S.C
Newberry South Carolina (SC), Linen unused

Description:
This is nature's beauty spot Colourpicture


The Square, Showing Old Court House at Left
Title:
The Square, Showing Old Court House at Left
Newberry South Carolina (SC), Linen unused

Description:
Newberry, SC has quite a historical background, as it was first settled by white men in 1745. During the war of 1776 a young Newberry girl was noted fro a heroic ride delivering an important dispatch to an American General. Newberry is a progressive city with an abundance of electric power, plenty of pure water, an ideal climate and a healthy community



Old Newberry County Courthouse
Title:
Old Newberry County Courthouse
Newberry South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
The stuccoed brick building, erected in 1850, now serves as library and Chamber of Commerce. Bas-relief symbolizes the spirit of the State during Re-construction; an uprooted palmetto tree held in the talons of the United States eagle, perched upon its roots is a gamecock, wings extended as if defiantly crowing, and in the gold dollar that is his right eye, "a wicked, baleful glare." Atop the tree an unobtrusive dove bears an olive branch. Bas-relief by Osborne Wells. City Hall is in background of picture.


The Church Of The Redeemer
Title:
The Church Of The Redeemer
Newberry South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
Organized in 1853, the Lutheran Church was completed in 1897. The church was the beginning of a large Lutheran congregation whose work spread to the establishment of Newberry College.



The Church Of The Redeemer
Title:
The Church Of The Redeemer
Newberry South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
ORGANIZED IN 1853, THE LUTHERAN CHURCH WAS COMPLETED IN 1897. THE CHURCH WAS THE BEGINNING OF A LARGE LUTHERAN CONGREGATION WHOSE WORK SPREAD TO THE ESTABLISHMENT OF NEWBERRY COLLEGE.


St. Lukes Episcopal Church
Title:
St. Lukes Episcopal Church
Newberry South Carolina (SC), Divided Back PM 1913 Mar-24



Smeltzer Hall
Title:
Smeltzer Hall
Newberry South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
Newberry College Ante-bellum in architectural style, this first building constructed on campus is now used as a dormitory for freshman women Dukane Press


Newberry College Campus
Title:
Newberry College Campus
Newberry South Carolina (SC), Divided Back PM 1912 Apr-11



Kaufmann Hall, Newberry College
Title:
Kaufmann Hall, Newberry College
Newberry South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
Completed in 1958 and air-conditioned, the student union building includes the dining hall, canteen, post office, book store, and student lounge.


Wessels Library, Newberry College
Title:
Wessels Library, Newberry College
Newberry South Carolina (SC), Chrome unused

Description:
Dedicated in 1954, the library was financed with funds from the Christian Higher Education Year Appeal and a gift from the Wessels family of Savannah, Georgia. This $200,000 structure houses 30,000 volumes plus periodicals and pamphlets.





Total: 18 Items