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    • Oral history interview with Gladys Lunsford Dimmick

    • 1999-03-18
    • WV0055 Gladys L. Dimmick Papers
    • Documents Gladys Lunsford Dimmick's time as a control tower operator in the U.S. Navy WAVES (Women Accepted for Voluntary Emergency Service) during World War II, as a student at the University of Florida, and as and employee of The University of...
    • [Gladys Dimmick at Norfolk Naval Air Station, 1944]

    • 1944
    • WV0055 Gladys L. Dimmick Papers
    • Gladys Lunsford Dimmick poses on the tarmack at the Naval Air Station at Norfolk, Virginia, in 1944. Dimmick wears the WAVES winter dress blues and hat as she stands in front of a hangar.
    • [Lunsford Richardson ship naming]

    • 1978-01
    • Vertical Files (Greensboro History Museum)
    • A press release about the naming of a U.S. Maritime Commission's naming of the S. S. Lunsford Richardson. The writing is primarily biographical, and suggests that the naming is because of Richardson's life was ""a Romance of American Enterprise and...
    • [Lunsford Richardson]

    • 1885
    • Mss. Coll. 55 Richardson-Vicks Collection
    • A photograph of Lunsford Richardson.
    • Vick Chemical Company annual report

    • 1945-06-30
    • Mss. Coll. 241 Vick Chemical Co. Collection
    • A printed pamphlet of Vick Chemical Company's annual report for the year ending June 30, 1945. Includes writing from W. Y. Preyer and Lunsford Richardson.
    • [Assembly line work at Vick Chemical Company]

    • 1951-06-28
    • Martin Studio Collection
    • One can almost smell the menthol and eucaluptus aroma surrounding these packers at the Vick's plant on Milton Street. When this image was taken on June 28, 1951, the Milton Street plant had been in operation for 41 years. Lunsford Richardson...
    • [L. Richardson Memorial Hospital exterior front view]

    • 1953-04-29
    • Martin Studio Collection
    • L. Richardson Memorial Hospital, designed by noted architect Charles C. Hartmann, opened at 603 South Benbow Road in May 1927. It was the first modern African-American hospital in Greensboro's history. The Greensboro Negro Hospital Association...
    • [Vicks/Richardson-Merrill Inc., Hatboro, PA]

    • 1980
    • Mss. Coll. 241 Vick Chemical Co. Collection
    • Vicks/Richardson-Merrill Inc., Hatboro, PA, 1980. Left to right: Ben Fort, Dave Hower, Lunsford Richardson, Bob Klovecorn, Frank Edelblut, Ed Pyatte, and Kirk Garber

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