“Between the Springmaid Sheets”, an exhibit of works of art from legendary Colonel Elliott Springs’ daring 1940’s and 1950’s ad campaign will be on view for the months of November and December in Lancaster, SC. The controversial campaign is credited with rescuing a struggling textile business and helping Springs Cotton Mills become a giant of the industry. “Between the Springmaid Sheets,” will be exhibited in the Lancaster County Council of the Arts’ Galleries at The Historic Springs House with a public reception being held from 2-4pm on the afternoon of Sunday, November 15, 2015. “Between the Springmaid Sheets” is on loan from the Springs Close Family Archives at the White Homestead in Fort Mill, curated by Karen Derksen, director of Winthrop University Galleries. Hours for the Historic Springs House are 8am-5pm Monday – Thursday and 8am-12pm on Fridays. The exhibit is sponsored by The City of Lancaster in partnership with Lancaster County Council of the Arts. For more information, visit www.lancastercitysc.com.
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