Wofford College’s Sandor Teszler Library has a South Carolina United Methodist Collection with several digital collections including:

The Advocate Obituary Index “The Archives maintains an index of obituaries that have appeared in the Methodist Conference newspaper, the Southern Christian Advocate, since its inception in 1837, and in its successor newspaper, the South Carolina United Methodist Advocate.  The Advocate covered South Carolina and Georgia until about 1887, and the southern part of North Carolina until about 1870.

A Timeline of Methodist History in South Carolina

The William Wynn Mood Photo Album “This album contains 131 photos of late 19th century Methodist bishops, ministers in South Carolina, and some lay individuals who were connected with the Mood family.”

Twentieth Century Sketches photos (1901) “These photos come from the first pictorial directory of Methodist ministers in South Carolina.”

Twentieth Century Sketches, Revised photos (1914) “These photos come from the second pictorial directory of Methodist ministers in South Carolina.”

Builders: Sketches of Methodist Preachers (1932) “This album contains 249 photos of Methodist ministers who were serving in South Carolina in 1932.”

Methodist Ministers in South Carolina (1942) “This album contains 281 photographs of Methodist ministers in South Carolina who were serving as of 1942.”

Methodist Ministers in South Carolina (1952) “This album contains 345 photographs of Methodist ministers in South Carolina who were serving in 1952.”

Methodist Ministers in South Carolina (1961) “This album contains about 520 photographs of Methodist ministers in South Carolina who were serving in 1961.”

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