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Van Buren, Angelica Singleton, 1816-1877
8 Williams (Greenville, S.C.)
Brodie Light and Power Company
Bond, James Roy
Barrett, James Lee
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AbstractThis February 1969 issue of the Sandlapper : the magazine of South Carolina is Volume 2, Number 2. Selected articles include: Coker College, South Carolina's Only White House Hostess, 8 Williams Coffee House, and Jon Formo: Ceramist.
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