Doing Good


“Peter Cooper came up here because the school for girls at Limestone had almost failed during the war between the states. It was still operating ... and came up for sale because they actually ran into some bankruptcy problems... At that time, it was nothing but an old hotel.”

Bobby Moss
Professor Emeritus, Limestone College Historian

Great Hall Speakers

(* photo credits below)

Limestone College, once known as The Cooper Limestone Institute, was the first women’s college in South Carolina and one of the first in the country, according to Limestone College President Walter Griffin.

Walter Griffin, President of Limestone College

* Left to right: Janet Gardner, Collection of Dr. C. G. Hopper, JR.