Photograph of the old Furman University campus located in downtown Greenville, SC. At the left in photo is the bell tower, constructed in 1854 alongside Richard Furman Hall. At the right is the library, built from a Carnegie grant received by Furman on March 15, 1905. The library opened in 1906. View the Image »

At the right in photo, the main entrance to the Furman University Library on the old Furman campus, downtown Greenville, SC. This was a Carnegie Library. It was built from a Carnegie grant received by Furman on March 15, 1905. The library opened in 1906. View the Image »

A sign directing the way to the site of Furman's new campus; some trees can be seen in the background. The sign reads (in part), 'A Greater Furman University for - Greater Tomorrow.' View the Image »

An aerial view of the Furman University old campus located in downtown Greenville, S.C. View the Image »

National Guardsmen and Highway Patrol troopers separate marchers in downtown Gaffney in May of 1968. The arrest of two black teens led to protests by blacks about local discrimination. Governor Robert McNair declared a state of emergency and the city was placed under a curfew for nine days. View the Image »

The Garden City area received extensive damage after Hurricane Hugo passed through on September 21, 1989. Most of the area hotels in the area lost swimming pools, piers, gardens and trees. View the Image »

In a c.1938 photo, a latticed brick wall and a gate have been added to the rear of the kitchen wing at Bellefield. Blueprints for the gate, drawn by well-known landscape architects Umberto Innocenti and Richard Webel of Long Island, New York, still exist. They created plans for Bellefield grounds, and landscape designer Barbara Donohoe laid out most of the pathways, trees and shrubs between 1936 and 1940. View the Image »