Ralph Thomas Posey, Class of 1926
- Furman University diploma of Ralph Thomas Posey, 1930
- Memory Book, 1926
- Furman football pictured rosters, with player descriptions
- Furman football schedule with results, 1919
- Furman football schedule with results, 1920
- Furman football schedule with results, 1921
- Furman football schedule with results, 1922
- Furman football schedule with results, 1922 (Freshman Squad)
- Furman football schedule with results, 1923
- Furman football schedule with results, 1923 (Freshman Squad)
- Furman baseball schedule with results, 1923
- Furman basketball schedule with results, 1923
- Newspaper articles
- "Joke on Clemson, says Bill Laval"
- "Leading South Carolina Football Players of 1923"
- "Head of Furman Declines $2,000 Salary Increase"
- "Rat Caps Have Been Abandoned"
- "Furman Fresh Beat Clemson"
- Photographs of the Old Campus
James H. Woodside, Jr., Class of 1924
- Furman University Glee Club Scrapbook, 1924
- President, Vice-President and Manager
- Newspaper clippings
Ann Sanders Bishop Class of 1958
- 1956-58 Scrapbook
Sidney E. Bradshaw
- 1890, Poems from various newspapers, pamphlets from commencement ceremonies and other celebrations.
- 1926-1942, Articles about C.L. Pittman an associate professor of English at Furman University.
Fred Townley Lord (1893-1962)
- Photographs from 1945-1955 in Budapest, Hungary
- May Day Rally, 1955
- The Budapest Calvin Square Reformed Church, built 1816-1830
- The Budapest Deak Square Lutheran Church, 1799-1809
- Ecumenical Conference, May 4, 1955
- Recreation home of the reformed ministers in Matrahaza, 1951
- Visit at Bishop A. Bereczky at Matrahaza, May 3, 1955
- Debrecen Reformed College, founded in 1538
- The Big Church of Debrecen built 1805-1819, Rebuilt 1945-1954
- Metropolitan Nicholas of Moscow in the Debrecen Theological Academy, 1954
- The Vizsoly Reformed Church built in the 11-14th centuries
- The cradle of the first full Hungarian Bible, 1590
- The Ocsa Reformed Church, 13th century
- War-damaged Church of Csabdi, 1945
- The Peteri Lutheran Church
- Maklar Reformed Church
- Churches blown up by Nazis