”HOME, HEARTH, & HISTORY: STORIES OF OLD SALUDA” DVD
A one-hour-plus DVD featuring the reminisces of ten of Saluda's elders with over one hundred vintage photographs, many from the interviewees' private collections. Interviews are woven together to tell the story of Saluda's history, memorable people, and everyday life in "the good old days". Seven bonus features are also included. Here is the opening sequence:
The full-length DVD is available from many downtown Saluda merchants, or you can purchase it here. The program was made possible by these generous donors.
TIME CAPSULE FROM 1898: SOUTHERN RAILWAY BOOKLET
(Images courtesy of Glenn Brady)
SALUDA FEATURED ON UNC-TV:
IN CHARLOTTE'S BALLANTYNE MAGAZINE:
Saluda is 38 miles NW of Spartanburg, SC and 35 miles SE of Asheville, NC. Click on the map to get directions from your location:
This site is a project of the Historic Saluda Committee.
Much of the narrative text on this site was taken directly from the book Saluda NC, 100 Years, 1881-1981 by Anne Osborne and Charlene Pace with articles by Tom Haywood and the Thermal Belt News-Journal and Theodore Jones from Saluda Magazine. (Holly Hill Publishers, Saluda NC 1981). We greatly appreciate the use of this invaluable resource and in most cases have made no edits to the original work.
Many of the photographs and scans of old articles are courtesy of Clark Thompson and originally appeared at saludamemories.com. Thank you, Clark!