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Polk, Lee elected officers for state archives foundation

Posted: August 3, 2011 4:13 p.m.
Updated: August 5, 2011 5:00 a.m.

Two Kershaw County residents have been elected officers on the executive board of the S.C. Archives and History Foundation.

X. Willard Polk of Camden will serve as chairman, while Wm. Frank Lee of Lugoff fills the office of treasurer.

Vice chairman of the executive board is Eric Wm. Ruschky of Columbia; secretary is Ruth “Lady” Hodges of Edgefield; and at-large members Gary E. Clary of Central and Charles P. Boyd of Atlanta.

Officer elections were held July 18 at the S.C. Archives and History Center on Parklane Road in Columbia at the quarterly board meeting with unanimous approval by the foundation’s board of directors.

The S.C. Archives and History Foundation supports the efforts of the S.C. Department of Archives and History. It is the caretaker of the S.C. Archives, a collection of more than 325 years of historical documents recording the rich and diverse history of the people and government of South Carolina. In addition to preserving the documentary and cultural history of the Palmetto State, the department also administers a variety of programs through the State Historic Preservation Office that help identify, recognize and preserve the state's architectural and archaeological heritage. 


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