James L. Solomon Archive

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(Photo of James Solomon from South Carolina State Library holdings.)

This page is dedicated to archiving some information about James L. Solomon, a former Morris College math professor, South Carolina public official, and one of the first three students to desegregate the University of South Carolina.

Scholarship on James Solomon
Mathematics of James Solomon

Solomon worked at Morris College from 1960 to 1973. He was promoted from Instructor of Mathematics to Professor of Mathematics in 1963. He served as Department Chairman in 1964 to 1965, Chairman of the Natural Science Division from 1965 to 1969, Acting Academic Dean from 1969 to 1970, and Vice-President of Institutional Planning and Research from 1970 to 1973.

Transcribed Speeches of James Solomon

Solomon gave a number of speeches, when running for political office, for events at universities and colleges, and at church events. Thanks to Carol McCain for transcribing the last three speeches.

Recorded Speeches of James Solomon

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