Documents Exhibits Photographs

ROTC: Camp and Command, 1920s

Students regularly attended camp. Below are several cadets at Fort Knox, Kentucky in 1921.

Caption: James G. Huggin ’25 was one of the company commanders in 1925.  He went on to a career in the Methodist ministry in western North Carolina.  His daughter, Mrs. Betsy Collins presented his sword to the college in 2010. The sword is on display in the gallery.

James G. Huggin, a company commander in 1925

By Phillip Stone

I've been the archivist of Wofford College and the South Carolina United Methodist since 1999. I'll be sharing college, Methodist, and local history, documents, photographs, and other interesting stories on this blog, which I've been keeping since December 2007.