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    • Oral history interview with Robert L. Miller, 1990 [text/print transcript]

    • 1990-01-23
    • OH003 UNCG Centennial Oral History Project
    • Robert L. Miller (1926- ) came to The University of North Carolina at Greensboro in 1968 as professor of chemistry and biochemistry and became the first dean of the College of Arts & Sciences when it was formed in 1969. Miller recalls his campus...
    • [Letter from Glory Hancock to her family, 1918 ]

    • 1918-09-10
    • WV0181 Glory Hancock Letters
    • Hancock describes crowded conditions in the hospital, the low number of staff to care for the patients, and the exhaustion she feels at the end of her night shifts. She is tired of the conditions in which she is living, and is worn out mentally...
    • [Letter from Harry G. Boyte to Sid Goldberg]

    • 1963-06-13
    • RL.00138 Boyte Family Papers
    • This June 13, 1963 letter from Harry G. Boyte to North American Newspaper Alliance editor Sid Goldberg details an altercation Boyte had with Greensboro Police Department Captain William Jackson while taking notes for a news article on local...
    • Oral History Interview with Lewis A. Brandon III by Justin Payne

    • 2009-02-26
    • Oral History Collection [Brock Museum, Greensboro College]
    • This oral history interview was conducted with Lewis A. Brandon, III on February, 26, 2009 by Greensboro College senior, Justin Payne. The interview covers Brandon's background and his time as a teacher at the J.C. Price School, an historically...
    • Oral History Interview with Edward H. Bryant Jr. by Justin Payne

    • 2008-12-04
    • Oral History Collection [Brock Museum, Greensboro College]
    • This oral history interview was conducted with Edward H. Bryant, Jr. on October 4, 2008 by Greensboro College senior, Justin Payne. The interview was conducted via telephone. The interview focuses on Bryant's involvement with the 1960 Greensboro...
    • New book on the historic sit-ins

    • 1970-06-07
    • MSS141 Clarence Lee Harris Papers, circa 1916-1997
    • In this June 7, 1970 Greensboro Daily News article, William Snider reviews Miles Wolff Jr.'s book, Lunch At The 5 & 10, about the February 1960 sit-ins at the Greensboro Woolworth store. Snider commends Wolff for "catching both the feel of the...
    • New book on the historic sit-ins

    • 1970-06-07
    • MSS141 Clarence Lee Harris Papers, circa 1916-1997
    • In this June 7, 1970 Greensboro Daily News article, William Snider reviews Miles Wolff Jr.'s book, Lunch At The 5 & 10, about the February 1960 sit-ins at the Greensboro Woolworth store. Snider commends Wolff for "catching both the feel of the...
    • South's Blacks' 1st Battle Was Here

    • 1970-02-07
    • MSS141 Clarence Lee Harris Papers, circa 1916-1997
    • This brief article, published February 7, 1970, discusses the February 1, 1960 sit-in at the Greensboro Woolworth store, orchestrated by North Carolina A&T State University students David Richmond, Joseph McNeil, Franklin McCain, and Ezell Blair...
    • Desegregation, Greensboro Public Schools, Greensboro, NC

    • 1958
    • RL.01210 Benjamin Lee Smith Papers
    • This circa 1958 speech by Greensboro City Schools Superintendent Benjamin L. Smith details school desegregation in Greensboro, North Carolina. Smith writes about the initial changes the Greensboro school board made to their policies following Brown...
    • [Notes regarding meetings with Sarah Herbin and Tartt Bell]

    • 1963-04-23
    • RL.00138 Boyte Family Papers
    • These notes, dated April 23, 1963, relate to meetings the unidentified author, presumably Harry Boyte, had with Sarah Herbin and Tartt Bell, both of the American Friends Service Committee (AFSC)and residents of Greensboro. Comments from both...
    • Story of desegregation in Greensboro, NC

    • 1959-03-05
    • RL.01210 Benjamin Lee Smith Papers
    • This transcript of a statement made by Greensboro school Superintendent Benjamin L. Smith to the U.S. Civil Rights Commission in Nashville, Tennessee, on March 5, 1959, tells the history of school desegregation in Greensboro, North Carolina. Smith...
    • [Letter from Pablo Casals to Susan Metcalfe, At sea (S.S. Byron)]

    • 1904-07-24
    • MSS246 Susan Metcalfe Letters, 1902 - 1922
    • Casals is unhappy because he realizes that he is hurting Metcalfe by his firm decision to keep his word to Andree. He asks why she didn't understand when he told her at the start that they could not marry. He loves her but doesn't want to give her...
    • [Letter from Pablo Casals to Susan Metcalfe, Paris]

    • 1914-02-07
    • MSS246 Susan Metcalfe Letters, 1902 - 1922
    • Metcalfe may be surprised to get this letter from Paris. Casals' concert [of the 7th] in Berlin had to be postponed, so he put off the one scheduled for the 8th as well. He has been tired and wanted to stay a bit longer - not to rest, as he must...
    • [Letter from Pablo Casals to Susan Metcalfe, 17 February 1914]

    • 1914-02-17
    • MSS246 Susan Metcalfe Letters, 1902 - 1922
    • Even though Casals has gotten little sleep, he still feels calm and refreshed. He is remembering their time together in the past, Metcalfe's house in New Rochelle, as if it were the present. He wonders whether she will meet him when his ship...
    • [Letter from Pablo Casals to Susan Metcalfe, Marie-Theresiapolis (Subotica)]

    • 1914-02-24
    • MSS246 Susan Metcalfe Letters, 1902 - 1922
    • Casals has received Metcalfe's letters of the 6th and the 10th. Despite his efforts to remain calm, he feels unable to continue in his state of anxiety, though he realizes that it is selfish and weak of him to confide this to her. Still, she has...
    • [Letter from Pablo Casals to Louis Metcalfe, New York]

    • 1915-05-29
    • MSS246 Susan Metcalfe Letters, 1902 - 1922
    • Casals is sending Louis Metcalfe two checkbooks to give to Susan Metcalfe. There is a signed blank check for Dr. Schwerdtfeger. He and Susan are not getting along; she accuses him of lack of trust, of jealousy, and more. "I heard, and unfortunately...
    • [Letter from Charles McIver about typhoid epidemic]

    • 1900-10-13
    • UA2.1 Charles Duncan McIver Records, 1855-1906
    • This letter from the President of the State Normal and Industrial College to its patrons (including students' parents) addresses a student who arrived at school with typhoid fever. The student's mother arrived at the College and told McIver that...

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