The March 16, 1963 Saturday Evening Post edition featured Aiken County George McMillan’s perspective on Harvey Gantt’s enrollment in Clemson College. Gantt was the first publicized African-American to attend the all-white agricultural institution. McMillan gushed: When South Carolina’s turn came to
Andrew Cobb Erwin Delegate from Athens, Georgia Speech before the 1924 Democratic National Convention Ladies and gentlemen of the Convention: I am a delegate from Georgia. I am proud of it. To my mind, the Ku Klux issue is the
Eighty-two years ago in a tiny coastal town in Florida — while the DOW reached its lowest point and the Lindbergh baby dominated the headlines and national unemployment surged to 33% — small town Florida life was just fine. Or at least
Scribd.com has terminated my account about an hour ago. So any documents you might be looking are not currently available. They will be made available soon. We are stalled. But we will not be stopped. This was the wrong day
With Psalm 90 and Proverbs 27:20 as his text, “Dr. Bob,” Jr. delivers his final Sunday sermon before his death on November 12th. It’s quite long and . . . well, pretty odd. Jim Berg begins the service with the
As good evangelicals, we’ve all attended our fair share of revivals. Our grandparents’ revivals weren’t that different from ours. A large crowd would gather in a not-so-comfortable, not-so-permanent building. A celebrated evangelist. An easily remembered, non-offensive (read: non-denominational) gospel tune.