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The historic Clemson Theater at 364 College Avenue in downtown Clemson, South Carolina has remained an important landmark of the college town for years. Generations of both students and locals look to the brightly painted “Clemson” sign standing…

As Woodside brothers John T., J. David, Robert I., and Edward F. gained affluence due to the success of their cotton mill venture they set out on a new enterprise: banking. Robert attended Clemson College for several semesters before withdrawing and…

On July 1, 1988, Tim “Timbo” Holliday and Dewey Browne opened TD’s on 339 College Avenue, Clemson, South Carolina 29631, United States. TD’s is at the forefront of downtown Clemson. Regardless of what the location has been in the past, it has been…

The Clemson Experimental Forest is 17,500 acres of Clemson land dedicated to conservation, preservation, and recreation. As America was in the throes of the Great Depression, Dr. George H. Aull, a Clemson College agricultural economist, found that…

Cooper Library was named after Robert Muldrow Cooper. Cooper served on Clemson’s Board of Trustees starting in 1922 and then in 1951 he became President of the Board of Trustees and had the position until his death in 1966. After his death the board…

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