USC Upstate would like to gratefully acknowledge the following community partners who have provided support, materials, and expertise in the development of our NEH Landmarks Grant “Fabric of the Past: Weaving the Twentieth Century at the Beaumont Mill and Village in South Carolina.”

  • Gibbs International, Inc.
  • City of Spartanburg
  • Garrow & Chris Crowley
  • Rose and Walter Montgomery Foundation
  • Arkwright Foundation
  • Former Mayfair Mills, Inc.
  • Stan and Paula Black Baker
  • McMillan, Pazdan, Smith Architecture

Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System

About Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System

Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System is an integrated healthcare delivery system that provides care from one’s birth through the senior years. We’ve been a partner with the community for 100 years and have earned a reputation for technological excellence.

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Beaumont Village Association

About Beaumont Village in Spartanburg

Beaumont Village in Spartanburg, South Carolina, is one of two intact textile mill villages in the state, and was designated a city historic area in 2011.  The Beaumont Village Association is a 501(c)3 nonprofit, with voting membership open to residents and property owners in the Village, and a cordial invitation extended to “Friends of the Village” who are interested in participating and supporting us financially.

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About South Carolina ETV and Public Radio

South Carolina ETV (SCETV) is the state's public educational broadcasting network. Using television, radio and diverse digital properties, SCETV's mission is to enrich lives by educating children, informing and connecting citizens, celebrating the state's culture and environment and instilling the joy of learning.

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Spartanburg County Public Library

About Spartanburg County Historical Association

Our vision is to be Spartanburg County’s leading provider of information, entertainment, and exploration. We address community needs and interests through inclusive programs that engage, educate, and entertain. Our goals include curating collections that connect people, ideas, and information and preserve the full history of Spartanburg County.

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Spartanburg County Historical Association

About Spartanburg County Historical Association

The mission of the Spartanburg County Historical Association (SCHA) is to preserve and promote the rich history of Spartanburg County through education, community involvement, and sustainability. As part of its mission, the SCHA manages the Spartanburg Regional History Museum in addition to three historic sites: Walnut Grove Plantation, the Historic Price House, and the Seay House. Each property recounts a unique portion of Spartanburg County history and offers tours, events, and educational programming throughout the year.

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