Today's Throwback Thursday is in honor of Women's History Month. In 1895, the General Assembly passed legislation directing the University of South Carolina to grant women admission. Frances Guignard Gibbes, pictured here, was the first woman to attend the university. Check out all of the events celebrating Women's History Month at USC: www.sa.sc.edu/... Photo from the USC Archives.
Throwback Thursday: Here's a glimpse at what the Horseshoe looked like 50 years ago. This photo adorned the cover of the 1963 Garnet and Black yearbook. You can browse digital copies of USC yearbooks online, dating all the way back to 1899.
Throwback Thursday: USC Libraries is now home to a collection of more than 5,000 images, plus correspondence, sketchbooks, and even early elementary-school artwork by The State newspaper’s first staff artist, Oscar Jackson “Jak” Smyrl. This is his depiction of the Big Thursday showdown as it appeared on the cover of The State Magazine on October 15, 1950. Click to read more about the Smyrl collection.