FIRST LADY

Mary C. Judson remains a pioneer in women’s academics

SANDWICH LADY

Eugenia Duke’s popular spread remains a household name

STREET MOVES

Famed landscape architect Lawrence Halprin transformed Greenville’s Main Street

SOCIAL GRACES

Since 1888, the Cotillion Club has carried on a legacy of camaraderie, tradition, and etiquette.

SOUTHERN CONNECTOR

At OJ’s Diner, Soul Food becomes food for the soul. It is a place where folks come for more than a good meal — they come to feel welcome.

CLOSE FOR COMFORT

Greenville’s elegant Westin Poinsett Hotel offers regal charm

SACRED GROUND

Greenville Memorial Auditorium remains a hallowed memory of the city’s landscape

CODE OF CONDUCT

The Confederate flag continues to motivate octogenarian artist Leo Twiggs

FOUNTAINS OF YOUTH

Greenville soda shops like Carpenter Brothers and the Pickwick came about because of patent medicines

BAND STAND

The stars of jazz’s Swing Era found a home on Greenville’s Asbury Avenue

RUN OF THE MILLS

GREENVILLE’S MILL HISTORY IS ABOUT MORE THAN TEXTILES. THE EMPIRE OF THE TEXTILE CRESCENT IS A PLAYBOOK OF POWER, GUTS, AND GLORY – AND WHAT GOES AROUND, COMES AROUND.

FLOW CHART

THE REEDY RIVER PUT GREENVILLE ON THE MAP— AND, LIKE ITS MEANDERING CURRENTS AND RUSHING FALLS, IS THE CENTERPIECE FOR ITS RISE, FALL, AND TRIUMPHANT RISE AGAIN.