- Alwyn Goldstein is interviewed by his grandson, Keith Greenspon. Goldstein discusses his parents, Max and Rosie Goldstein, who owned a clothing store on King Street in Charleston (S.C.); his childhood in Charleston and working in the family store; and starting his own store, Alwyn's Department Store, in Georgetown (S.C.). Related materials in Special Collections at the College of Charlestion include the Alwyn Goldstein papers (Mss 1034-100) and a 1995 oral history interview with Philip Schneider and Alwyn Goldstein (Mss 1035-004).
- As Confederate States Secretary of War, Judah P. Benjamin requests Daniel S. Printup's assistance in mustering companies to populate the 55th regiment of the Confederate army. Printup was the son of a wealthy planter who owned land near Rome, Georgia.