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    • Oral history interview with Elsie Chin Yuen Seetoo, 2005

    • 2005-09-09
    • WV0331 Elsie Chin Yuen Seetoo Papers
    • Primarily documents Elsie Chin Yuen Seetoo's early life and education in China; her service in the Chinese Red Cross from 1942 to 1944; her service in the U.S. Army Nurse Corps from 1944 to 1946; her education at the Woman's College of the...
    • Oral history interview with Betty Etten Wiker, 2008

    • 2008-09-08
    • WV0428 Betty Etten Wiker Papers
    • Primarily documents Betty Etten Wiker's service in the U.S. Army during WWII and the Korean War.

      Wiker briefly discusses her childhood and education in Chicago, her reasons for enlisting in the WAAC, and her basic training at Fort Des...
    • Oral history interview with Hazel Meeks Jones, 2002

    • 2002-01-30
    • WV0244 Hazel Jones Papers
    • Primarily documents Hazel Meeks Jones' service in the Army Nurse Corps (ANC) stateside and abroad, from 1942 to 1965.

      Jones briefly describes her large family and their sharecropping in rural Georgia; her her time in nursing school, focusing...
    • Oral history interview with Janet Harper Gordon, 2011 [text/print transcript]

    • 2011-02-04
    • OH002 UNCG Institutional Memory Collection
    • Janet Harper Gordon (1942- ) was one of seven black students admitted in 1960 to the Woman's College, which later became The University of North Carolina at Greensboro. She graduated in 1964 with a degree in history and master's degree in 1973. ...
    • Oral history interview with John Rosser, 2013

    • 2013-05-08
    • OH006 Preserving Our History: Rotary Club of Greensboro
    • John Rosser was born and raised in Sanford, North Carolina. As a child, Rosser was very passionate about his involvement in the Boy Scouts. He was always aware of Rotary’s role in the community because of his father’s involvement with the...
    • Negroes Evaluate Life at UNC-G

    • 1968-02-27
    • The Carolinian (Civil Rights Clippings)
    • This February 27, 1968, 1967, article from The Carolinian, the student newspaper of The University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG) discusses perceptions of black students on a predominantly white southern university campus. Seven students...
    • Blue Bonnet of the seven stars [binding]

    • 1919
    • Girls Books in Series Collection
    • Light blue calico-texture cloth; series binding with two panels with blackish-dark green rule borders, center panel has color illustrated paper onlay portrait of girl within blackish-dark green oval border, framed by bluebonnets and seven stars in...
    • [Correspondence from Sir Henry Irving]

    • 1894-03-17
    • MSS255 Robert C. Hansen Performing Arts Collection
    • Handwritten letter from Sir Henry Irving (1838-1905) to Jean Mounet-Sully on Mar. 17th, 1894. Irving invites Mounet-Sully to dine at Delmonico's with him and some friends on the 19th at half past seven o'clock. The letter is written on Hotel...
    • [Seven Students in the Snow]

    • 1911
    • MSS303 Catharine Holmes Jones Scrapbooks, 1905 - 1912
    • Seven students lie on the ground in front of a building on campus. The students are Pearl Robertson, Ayde Stancill, Mim Moses, Lucy Robertson, (unknown)"(unknown), and Ethel Skinner.

      This photograph is taken from a scrapbook that has been...
    • [Quadrangle under construction]

    • 1925
    • UA104 Photographic Prints Collection
    • The Quadrangle, pictured in the 1920s, while it is under construction. The residence halls visible from left to right are Cotton, Gray, Shaw, Hinshaw, and Bailey.
    • [Quadrangle]

    • Undated
    • UA104 Photographic Prints Collection
    • View of The Quadrangle.
    • [Quadrangle]

    • 1940
    • UA110 Postcards Collection
    • This postcard, photographed by Bayard Wootten, shows the Quadrangle. The inscription reads, "Dormitories at W.C.U.N.C., Greensboro, North Carolina."
    • Mornings at seven [production records]

    • 1941-11-08
    • UA4.28 Department of Theatre Records, 1897-2011
    • Material pertaining to the production of "Mornings at seven" at Woman's College of the University of North Carolina (now The University of North Carolina at Greensboro) in 1941.
    • Student Demonstrations Shatter Illusion of Apathy

    • 1969-04-18
    • The Carolinian (Civil Rights Clippings)
    • This April 18, 1969, article from The Carolinian, the student newspaper of The University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG), consists of seven captioned photographs documenting the UNCG food service workers' strike of March 27-April 2, 1967....
    • [Negro students registering at Woman`s College]

    • 1961-09-15
    • UA108.2 University Archives Subject Files
    • This memorandum from Alice J. Irby, director of admissions at the Woman's College of the University of North Carolina (WCUNC) to WCUNC Chancellor Otis Singletary consists of a list of black students registering at the school for the fall semester...
    • [Concerned Citizens of the November 3rd Incident group committee report]

    • 1982-02-25
    • MSS091 Edward F. Burrows Papers, 1948-1982
    • This February 25, 1982, committee report (seven pages) from the Concerned Citizens of the November 3rd Incident contains the committee's recommendations for a mass meeting to report on the group's progress to date. The plan discusses media...
    • Workers viewpoint [1980-05-26]

    • 1980-05-26
    • RL.00134 Blanche M. Boyd Papers
    • These photocopies of three pages from the May 26, 1979 Workers Viewpoint newspaper, a publication of the Communist Workers Party (CWP), pertain to the November 3, 1979, Greensboro Massacre. Articles discuss the recent dismissal of gun charges...

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