About York County Library
York County Library is located at 138 East Black Street, Rock Hill, SC 29730. It was formed in 1966 by the merger of community libraries in Rock Hill, Clover, Kings Mountain, Fort Mill, and York, South Carolina. As the largest library, Rock Hill was designated as the main library. A branch at Lake Wylie was added in 1989. When the main library was constructed in 1982, a room for housing local history materials was opened and designated the Nan Weller Carson Room in honor of her work collecting materials for this collection.
Project Manager for YCHistory.org is Janet Jerauld, retired Coordinator of Main Library Services for York County Library. She participated in the Digitizing for Cultural Heritage Professionals conference at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, in May, 2004. The workshop was sponsored by The Humanities Advanced Technology and Information Institute Glasgow, the School of Information and Library Science, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, Duke University Library, and The Fondren Library, Rice University.
Project Finance Officer for YCHistory.org is Colleen L. Pappas, Director of York County Library.
Web design was done by Katherine DelGiudice, a graduate student in Human Factors Psychology studying web usability.
Special assistance with the photograph and clipping collections came from Mrs. Mary Mallaney, Reference Librarian at York County Library.
Acknowledgements also go to Dr. Curtis Rogers of the South Carolina State Library; Mr. Harlen Green of the Avery Research Center at the College of Charleston; Mr. Terry Plumb, Editor and Mr. Tim Hardis, Librarian of The Herald, the Rock Hill, SC newspaper, for their advice and support.