Justice for All

University of South Carolina Center for Civil Rights History and Research


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Examine hundreds of thousands of digitized rare, fragile, historic and unique books, pamphlets, posters, diaries, manuscripts, maps, music, newspapers, photographs, postcards and more held at the libraries.


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Irvin Department of Rare Books and Special Collections

Explore this vast collection which includes early medieval manuscripts, historical collections, literature, natural history and science, philosophy and religious studies, and bibliography and the book arts.


Library Technology Services

The LTS office at Thomas Cooper Library provides systems and desktop support, web design, and development services to University Libraries.



The University of South Carolina’s Moving Image Research Collections (MIRC) preserves films and videos produced outside the American feature film industry to make them available to present and future audiences.


The Department of Oral History records the memories and descriptions of daily lives, communities, families, and notable events that shaped South Carolina. Freely available to a wide audience.



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Learn about all aspects of society, communities, people and progress when you explore the collections of politicians, political parties, and more at this archive.


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South Caroliniana Library

Explore South Carolina, from manuscripts that document its early agricultural beginnings to collections that detail space exploration, at this landmark library that first opened its doors in 1820.


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Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Statement
University Libraries provides access to its collections as an unaltered, historical record. Some collection materials include images or words that are offensive. We do not support or condone these harmful ideas, and we embrace a culture that prioritizes diversity and inclusion. We make these items available because they are critically important resources for education and research, while acknowledging their impact on various peoples and groups.