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    • Greensboro sit-ins were just the beginning

    • 1985-02-10
    • MSS141 Clarence Lee Harris Papers, circa 1916-1997
    • UNC-Charlotte history professor David R. Goldfield argues in his guest column for the Greensboro News & Record that the sit-in movement, which originated in Greensboro and spread to many other cities throughout the South, led to the destruction of...
    • Workers viewpoint [1980-11-23]

    • 1980-11-23
    • RL.00134 Blanche M. Boyd Papers
    • These photocopies of eight pages from the November 17-23, 1980 Workers Viewpoint newspaper, a publication of the Communist Workers Party (CWP), pertain to the November 3, 1979, Greensboro Massacre where five CWP memebrs were killed. Articles...
    • Judge Sentences Man Who Struck Negro

    • 1960-02-19
    • North Carolina Collection (Greensboro Public Library)
    • Article from the February 19, 1960, issue of the Greensboro Daily News. Originally appeared on page A-14. This article reports the sentencing of one white man after assaulting a student protester in Raleigh. Other news includes the failed attempt...
    • [Richardson family trust fund litigation]

    • 1947-11-28
    • Mss. Coll. 55 Richardson-Vicks Collection
    • Materials related to the conclusion of litigation in regards to the Richardson family trust fund.
    • [Diary of Bernice B. McCormack, 1942-1944]

    • 1942
    • WV0161 Bernice B. McCormack Papers
    • Bernice McCormack served as a nurse in the Army Nurse Corps during the Second World War. She was stationed in West and North Africa during the conclusion of the Allied North African Campaign. The diary spans the period from December 5, 1942 to May...
    • Oral history interview with Julia "Judy" Houk Cooley

    • 2009-03-12
    • WV0452 Julia 'Judy' Houk Cooley Papers
    • Primarily documents the service of Judy Cooley in the United States Navy Women Accepted for Volunteer Emergency Service [WAVES] during World War II as a radio operator.

      Cooley tells of growing up in the rural area of Edmonton, New York, her...

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