by Jason Greer | April 11, 2018

Camp Wing, Travelers Rest and a 100 Years Since the Boys Were Sent Over There

In the spring of 1918, if you had been able to travel along Main Street, Travelers Rest was experiencing a frenetic pace of horse wagons and military marching. 100 years

by Celeste Hawkins | August 10, 2015

How a Forgotten Factory in Travelers Rest Helped Dress Troops during WWII

During World War II, the U.S. alone produced more than 300,000 aircraft; 12 million rifles; and 35 billion yards of cotton textiles for military use. Can you believe that some