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    • State board approves Cundiff for post

    • 1978
    • CC012 Fred and Hyla Bynum Cundiff Collection [Personal Collection]
    • This article details Fred Cundiff's appointment as director of North Carolina's Department of Public Instruction, North Centeral Regional Center in Greensboro in January 1979.
    • [Hyla Bynum Cundiff family photo album, Wilkesboro, N.C.]

    • 1920-1990
    • CC012 Fred and Hyla Bynum Cundiff Collection [Personal Collection]
    • The majority of the photographs in this album center on the life of the Bynum family of Wilkesboro, North Carolina. Included are numerous images of Hyla Bynum, who married Fred Cundiff (also from Wilkes County) in 1944. They knew each other from an...
    • [Fred Cundiff with his family]

    • Undated
    • CC012 Fred and Hyla Bynum Cundiff Collection [Personal Collection]
    • The Cundiff family lived in Wilkes County, North Carolina
    • [Fred Cundiff and unidentified man]

    • Undated
    • CC012 Fred and Hyla Bynum Cundiff Collection [Personal Collection]
    • Fred Cundiff is seen working in his back yard, at
    • [Portrait of Fred Cundiff]

    • 1944
    • CC012 Fred and Hyla Bynum Cundiff Collection [Personal Collection]
    • Fred Cundiff was inducted into the U.S. Army on June 6, 1944.
    • [Fred and Hyla Cundiff bowling]

    • Undated
    • CC012 Fred and Hyla Bynum Cundiff Collection [Personal Collection]
    • Fred and Hyla Cundiff are seen bowling in Greensboro, North Carolina They were membes of a bowling league team.
    • [Fred Cundiff bowling]

    • Undated
    • CC012 Fred and Hyla Bynum Cundiff Collection [Personal Collection]
    • Fred Cundiff is seen at a blowing alley preparing to toss a ball.
    • [Certificate of service for Hyla Cundiff]

    • 2011
    • CC012 Fred and Hyla Bynum Cundiff Collection [Personal Collection]
    • Hyla Cundiff received this award for her faithful service at Sunday School Treasurer at St. James Presbyterian Church, Greensboro, North Carolina
    • [Hyla Cundiff and Yvonne Johnson]

    • Undated
    • CC012 Fred and Hyla Bynum Cundiff Collection [Personal Collection]
    • Hyla Cundiff poses with Yvonne Johnson, the first African American Mayor of Greensboro, North Carolina
    • [Hyla Cundiff receiving award]

    • Undated
    • CC012 Fred and Hyla Bynum Cundiff Collection [Personal Collection]
    • Hyla Cundiff received an alumni award from Johnson C Smith University.
    • [Award presented to Hyla Cundiff]

    • 1989
    • CC012 Fred and Hyla Bynum Cundiff Collection [Personal Collection]
    • Hyla Cundiff received the WFMY-TV Community Service Award, "2 Those Who Care," in 1989. She was honored for serving over a decade as a volunteer for the local American Cancer Society chapter..
    • [Johnson C. Smith photo album]

    • 1944-1948
    • CC012 Fred and Hyla Bynum Cundiff Collection [Personal Collection]
    • Hyla Bynum (now Cundiff) was born in Wilkes County, North Carolina on September 26, 1927. She graduated from Lincoln Heights High School, which included elementary school grades in prior years and was the only black school in Wilkes County. She...
    • [Fred Cundiff as a young child]

    • 1930-1932
    • CC012 Fred and Hyla Bynum Cundiff Collection [Personal Collection]
    • Fred Cundiff was born in Wilkes County, North Carolina, in 1926.
    • [Army photograph of Fred Cundiff]

    • 1944
    • CC012 Fred and Hyla Bynum Cundiff Collection [Personal Collection]
    • Fred Cundiff entered the Army on D-Day, June 4, 1944. He served as a company clerk and part time truck driver, in India, Burma and China.
    • [Portrait of Fred Cundiff]

    • 1967-1970
    • CC012 Fred and Hyla Bynum Cundiff Collection [Personal Collection]
    • Fred Cundiff, after the death of Superintendent Dr. P. J. Weaver in 1969, served as the first African-American Assistant School Superintendent with the Greensboro City Schools.
    • [Class portrait from Vandalia Elementary School]

    • 1970-1971
    • CC012 Fred and Hyla Bynum Cundiff Collection [Personal Collection]
    • Hyla Cundiff poses with her fourth grade class at Vandalia Elementary School. She was the first African-American tearcher at Vandalia. Students pictured are: Arnold Comer, Nancy Ferriter, Nancy Byrd, Susan Afalla, Lee Ann Joyce, Mike Sanders, David...
    • [Honor certificate]

    • 1933
    • CC012 Fred and Hyla Bynum Cundiff Collection [Personal Collection]
    • Hyla Bynum (now Cundiff) received this Lincoln Heights High School honor certificate in November 1933, for obtaining a B+ average. The elementary grades shared the building with the high school, because this was the only structure for African...
    • [Certificate of appreciation]

    • 2000
    • CC012 Fred and Hyla Bynum Cundiff Collection [Personal Collection]
    • Hyla Cundiff was presented this award from the Johsnon C. Smith University Class of 1948, for her "Devotion as Outstanding Member and Supporter of the Class".
    • [Certificate of appreciation for Hyla Cundiff]

    • Undated
    • CC012 Fred and Hyla Bynum Cundiff Collection [Personal Collection]
    • Hyla Cundiff, a long time member and supporter of St. James Presbyterian Church, received a certificate of appreciation from the Christian Education Committee.

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