This series consists of correspondence, reports, audits, and other documentation of matters of importance between South Carolina and the federal government. Much of the records center on subjects related to the Depression. The series deals in detail with the workings of federal agencies and other entities receiving federal funds within the state. Information is varied, but generally consists of correspondence of various officials, reports, and other documentation of the workings of various agencies and applications for and audits of federal money provided for projects within the state.
Johnston, Olin D. (Olin Dewitt), 1896-1965
South Carolina Department of Archives & History
2.00 cubic feet
Administrative agencies, Depression (1929), Federal government, Grants-in-aid, Intergovernmental fiscal relations, New Deal, Prison industries, Radio stations, Rural electrification, Soil conservation, Economic conditions and policies, Correspondence, Governors, Legislators, Reports, and Funding
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All materials in this collection are considered public domain and may be freely used. We request that any materials used in publication cite the South Carolina Department of Archives and History, collection name, and collection ID as the source.