We have a large assortment of books and collectibles.

You can buy anything you see online or at the Greenville Historical Society.


A Short History of Chick Springs

Jean Martin Flynn
A story of the resort at Chick mineral springs.

Abstracts of General Sessions Court Case Rolls in Washington District SC 1792-1799

Anne K. McCuen et al.
General Sessions cases tried in Greenville County Court

Baseball in Greenville and Spartanburg

Bob A. Nester
This book chronicles more than a century of games in the SC Upstate from the Minor League, Textile League, and Big League clubs, along with high school and collegiate teams. Some of the most well-known players are "Shoeless Joe" Jackson, Tommy Lasorda, and Chipper Jones.

Greenville’s Augusta Road

Kelly Lee Odom
Using archival photographs, each title presents the distinctive stories from the past that shape the character of the community today.

Furman University

Courtney L. Tollison, Ph.D.
Well known for its beautiful campus, impressive Academics, and successful alumni, Furman is one of the top 50 liberal arts colleges in the country. Readers will witness why so many students and visitors alike admire this treasured university with its rich history.

Greenville SC Facts and Memories

Henry Bacon McKoy
The casual reader and the serious researcher will find interesting stories and rich information about the streets in the heart of Greenville and about the people, businesses, homes, and buildings that occupied each street.

Greenville: The History of the City and County in the SC Piedmont

Archie Vernon Huff, Jr., Ph.D.
Dr. Huff traces Greenville's business tradition and details its political, religious, and cultural evolution. 425 pages.

Greenville's West End

Judith T. Bainbridge, Ph.D.
A history of the popular and prosperous "West End" of Greenville, SC, which has been named to the National Register of Historic Places.

Greer, SC

Greater Greer Chamber of Commerce
This visual history celebrates the city's past, reminding readers of the citizens and events that shaped the town into a vibrant and growing community.

Greetings from Camp Sevier

Richard D.Sawyer
A look at Camp Sevier, Greenville, South Carolina From 1917-1919, including the previous events that led to the building of this WWI Camp.

Greetings from Greenville, SC

Richard D.Sawyer
A compilation of black-and-white postcards with a historical account of each.

Greetings from Greenville, SC. The Golden Age of Post Cards

A compilation of color postcards with a historical account of each.

Noland's Cherokee Diary

Mildred E. Whitmire, Editor
The authentic account of the Cherokee Removal Treaty of 1835, as told in the diary of Lt. Charles Fenton Mercer Noland, Disbursing Agent, US Government for the Removal.

Remembering Greenville, Photographs from the Coxe Collection

Jeffrey R. Willis
Stunning black-and-white images with text enlighten readers about the 'old' Greenville of the late 1800s that was transformed into a large, modern metropolitan area.

Spartanburg, SC


The Story of a Sensational Trial

L. Mell Glenn
The story in which James Crawford Keys narrowly escaped death on the gallows for a crime for which he had been unjustly convicted.

Hill of Beans

John Snyder
Coming of age in the last days of the old South from Cedar Mountain, NC to Greenville, SC.

Way Down Beside the Reedy River

Raymond W. Kitchen
The saga of the Salvation Army in Greenville, SC 1888 (January-May) & 1904-2004


Piper Peters Aheron
This Images of America is a compelling visual history that captures the energy and indomitable spirit of Greenville, SC.

Including a Pile of Rocks

Anne K. McCuen
An account of the Center family genealogy And their life in the area of Greenville County, SC, later designated as Glassy Mountain Township.

From Cotton Fields to Textile Center of the South

Ray Belcher
An account of the changes in Greenville, SC that led to its booming textile industry.

A Guide to Historic Greenville, SC

John M. Noland
An extensive 140-page guide to historic sites in Greenville, SC. $20.00 Greenville's Heritage Judith T. Bainbridge, Ph.D. Essays written about local history for columns written and researched for the Greenville News.

Greenville County, SC: Black America Series

Leola Clement, Robinson-Simpson
A historical account of Greenville's African American Community.

Wildflowers Among the Cotton Seeds

Doyle R. Porter
Memories of growing up in a mill town in the South.

Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport

Dave Partridge
A history of upstate South Carolina's gateway to the world.

The Cuban Eight

Robert Somers
Aviation adventures of Len Povey and his friends. He relates stories of four years as commander of the Cuban Air Force under Col. Batista and relates some of his observations of Cuba and Fidel Castro. He shares some experiences later in his career of pilot friends of his with Stevens Aviation.

Papers and Proceedings of the Greenville County Historical Society Volumes IV-XII

Papers written by members and speakers at the meetings of the organization.


Dave Partridge and Fay Towell
The story of Greenville Hospital System University Medical Center,

Greenville’s Heritage - Sold Out

Judith Bainbridge-
75 articles drawn from her popular column in the Greenville News since 1999.

Fork Shoals

Anecdotes and photographs that tell the story of the Fork Shoals in southern Greenville

WW II and Upcountry

Courtney L. Tollison, PhD


Images of America book that depicts the past of Spartanburg

Twice Told Tales of the Dark Corner

Dean Campbell
A book written by the Squire of Dark Corner who gives you deep insights into this famous region in northern Greenville County.Includes CD of 12 ballads.

Building the Walls of Jerusalem

Judith Bainbridge
A story about John DeWitt McCollough and his churches.

Eyes to the Hills

Dean Campbell
A photographic odyssey of the Dark Corner of South Carolina.

Haunted Greenville, South Carolina

Jason Profit
An entertaining collection from personal research of tales of some of the most haunted places in historic Greenville, SC.

Legendary Locals of Greenville

Cindy Landrum
Stories and photographs of legendary locals who have helped Greenville become what it is today.

Greenville's Grand Design

Tom Poland
Beautiful, large book full of colorful photos. A guide through events that shaped Greenville from trading post days to present. Intro by Knox White.

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