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Midlands Region (SC)

Sylvie G. -

"A Walk in Their Shoes"

It was a beautiful, sunny morning complemented by a gentle cool breeze; the perfect weather for a unique walking tour of Downtown Columbia where we would learn about life on the streets from the... More 
Bland -

Look Ahead, Look South

Railroads have been a presence in Columbia for more than a hundred and fifty years. All around town, you are bound to run into signs of their activity past and present, from the former Union... More 
Chantelle J. -

RCPL Literary Residency

Based on the artist-in-residence concept, RCPL’s Literary Residency includes actors, scholars and musicians who develop creative presentations, lectures and workshops for the library. These... More 
Chantelle J. -

Setting the Standard

Library History RCPL’s exceptional achievements and its contributions to the community have been enhanced by its outstanding, up-to-date materials in all formats; state-of-the-art... More 
Chantelle J. -

1969-1989 RCPL History

Anna Davis King (Mrs. George S., Sr.) became the Director in May of 1969, having served as acting Director since Mrs. Bostick’s death. During her 10-year tenure, Mrs. King strengthened and further... More 
Chantelle J. -

1933-1968 RCPL History

In 1933, the county assumed fiscal responsibility for the library and assessed tax millage. The 1934 South Carolina General Assembly established the library as a county institution supported by... More 
Chantelle J. -

1926-1934 RCPL History

1926 brought not only the move to Kramer’s, but also an amazing windfall through a series of unusual events. The county had contracted to build a new Broad River Bridge. During the new bridge’s... More 
Chantelle J. -

1865-1924 RCPL History

The rebuilding of Columbia after 1865 went slowly. As late as the 1870s, most of Richardson Street still stood in ruins and the bridge across the Congaree River had not been replaced. Proposals to... More 
Chantelle J. -

Library History

Over One Hundred and Still Progressing: A Library for the Twenty First Century The contemporary glass-walled building on the busy corner of Hampton and Assembly Streets in... More 
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