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    • North Carolina State 2001 postmaster of the year

    • 2001
    • CC008 Enola C. Mixon Collection [Personal Collection]
    • Artticle from "Tar Heel Postmaster" detailing Enola Mixon's selection for the North Carolina Postmaster award for 2001.
    • Postmaster Enola Mixon leaves mark on history

    • 1994-02
    • CC008 Enola C. Mixon Collection [Personal Collection]
    • Article (from "Tar Heel Postmaster" or other publication) discusses Enola Mixon's life in Greensboro during the Civil Rights era and her later career in the United States Postal Service.
    • Woman in mailroom

    • Undated
    • CC008 Enola C. Mixon Collection [Personal Collection]
    • Article from the "High Point Enterprise" detailing the career of Enola Mixon, who became the first woman and first African-American postmaster in High Point, North Carolina
    • [Letter to Enola C. Mixon]

    • 2004
    • CC008 Enola C. Mixon Collection [Personal Collection]
    • Enola Mixon was presented with a service award by John E. Potter (then Postmaster General of the United States) on her retirement as Greensboro's postmaster.
    • [Enola Mixon postal cover]

    • 2004-07-10
    • CC008 Enola C. Mixon Collection [Personal Collection]
    • This unique postal cover was created for Enola Mixon on her retirement on July 10, 2004 as Greensboro's postmaster.
    • [Letter to Enola C. Mixon]

    • 2004
    • CC008 Enola C. Mixon Collection [Personal Collection]
    • Letter from C. Edmund Fairley and Rev. Dr.Carl L. Manuel Jr., of the Hayes-Taylor YMCA, congratulating Enola Mixon on her retirement as postmaster in Greensboro, and thanking her for her support ot the YMCA.
    • Certificate of special Congressional recognition

    • 2004-07-10
    • CC008 Enola C. Mixon Collection [Personal Collection]
    • Enola Mixon received this certificate from local Congressman Mel Watt, upon her retirement as Greensboro's postmaster on July 10, 2004.
    • General correspondence applications Li-Ly 1900 [Charles Duncan McIver Records]

    • 1900
    • UA2.1 Charles Duncan McIver Records, 1855-1906
    • Letters and documents written to and by Dr. Charles McIver. Topics include the case of a young African American man who was jailed after winning a fight with the local Postmaster's (white) son, filters, correspondence with the Loomis-Manning...

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