Monaghan Village YMCA, circa 1913-14, Greenville, S.C.Clemson University LibrariesPhotograph; group portrait of fourteen men of the Monaghan Mills baseball team, circa 1913-1914; from left to right; front row, Charlie Waldrep, Coach, John Campbell, Peck Ellis, Moon, Herbert "Bub" Simmons; from left to right; back row, Blain Shelton, Robertson, Jim Moon, MGE, Albert Reid, Pal Sheppard, Tom Simmons, Floyd Waldrep
Monaghan, circa 1923-1924Clemson University LibrariesPhotograph; group portrait of ten men of the Monaghan Mills basketball team, Greenville, S.C., circa 1923-1924; first row from left to right, Section YMCA McCartney, Adger Campbell, Jim Barbare, June Campbell, Humbert Nolan "Nolin"; second row, Roy McElrath, Charles Orr, Paul "Smokey" Barbare, Ralph Barton, Coach Walter Barbare
Photograph of James Lawrence Orr's sepulchral monumentClemson University LibrariesPhotograph; James Lawrence Orr's sepulchral monument, which reads Born August 29, 1852; Died February 26, 1905; Founder and President of Orr Cotton Mills. Monument now located at Anderson County Museum.
Photograph of Mary and Robert Lee CampbellClemson University LibrariesPhotograph of Mary and Robert Lee Campbell, parents of R. Neal Campbell, sitting on the porch of their house; no central heat, inside plumbing and bath installed in 1936, and one overhead electrical drop light in each room
Photograph of Miss Emma Cooper's Sunday school class, Monaghan Baptist Church, circa 1920Clemson University LibrariesPhotograph of Miss Emma Cooper's Sunday School Class, Monaghan Baptist Church, Greenville, S.C., circa 1920; first row from left to right, first Rob Campbell, second Boyce McCuen, third Adger Campbell, and eleventh Willis Willard "Chick" Heath; Second row, second Carl Morgan, and fifth Glascoe; third row, first Walter Ashmore and third Hubert Nolan or Nolin; Fourth row, second C.D. Grainger, Clemson class of 1906
Photograph of Monaghan Grammar School, Greenville S.C., circa 1907Clemson University LibrariesPhotograph of Monaghan Grammar School, Greenville S.C., circa 1907; on left, Miss Lillian Schumate, principal; on right, Miss Virginia Ligon, first and second grade teacher; check marks to identify John T. Campbell and sister are on the image
Renfrew baseball team : Piedmont champions, 1932Clemson University LibrariesPhotograph; group portrait of sixteen men of the Renfrew Bleachery baseball team, Piedmont Champions, 1932; far right Chick Heath, second from right Fletcher Heath, third from right Fletch "Rog" Foster, and far left Fred Foster
Southern Conference on Human Relations in Industry, Blue Ridge, N.C., 1929.Clemson University LibrariesPhotograph; group portrait of the Southern Conference on Human Relations in Industry, Blue Ridge, N.C.; 1929; representing Monaghan Mills, third row from bottom, twentieth from left Robert Lee Campbell wearing dark suit, white shirt, and striped tie, twenty-first Monaghan YMCA Director Jesse D. Brown wearing bow tie
Summer circuitClemson University LibrariesPhonograph record; Lowenstein presents Summer Circuit, starring the new Sensationals in fabrics; for spring/summer; week of June 20, 1966
Third STBA tournament winner, 1923Clemson University LibrariesPhotograph; group portrait of eight women of the Monaghan Mills basketball team, Greenville, S.C.; first row from left to right, Beatrice Sheppard, Minnie Heath is holding ball, Mary Childress, second row, Essie Nolin, Jean Poag, Ovida Henderson, Viola Henderson, and Coach Ethel Smeak.
Victor Mill's basketball team, 1928Clemson University LibrariesPhotograph; group portrait of nine men of the Victor Mill's basketball team 1928; top row from left to right, W. W. "Chick" Heath, Lloyd Horton, Fletcher Heath, Courtney Heath, and Harley Heath