The BDC is delighted to offer the second lecture in the tripartite series to supplement "The Shaping of South Carolina" traveling exhibit on loan from the South Carolina Historical Society just outside our Research Room door. Representatives of the SCHS will be here to introduce the speakers and share information about the state's oldest and largest private repository of books, letters, journals, maps, drawings, and photographs documenting the history of the state of South Carolina as well as to answer any questions you have about the content of their exhibit.
Just for November 6th, we're extending viewing hours for the exhibit to 6 pm, rather than our usual closing time of 5 pm. Visit the exhibit 10 am to 6 pm on Thursday and then enjoy the lecture
by Alan-Jon Zupan and David Ballard of the SC Geologic Survey to learn more
about our state’s boundary squabbles that began over 400 years ago. The lecture begins at 6 pm. Both the exhibit and lecture are free and open to the general public.
We do so hope to see you.