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    • Oral history interview with Francine McAdoo Scott, 2013 [text/print transcript]

    • 2013-06-18
    • OH002 UNCG Institutional Memory Collection
    • Francine McAdoo Scott (1942- ) graduated from The University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG) in 1964, majoring in sociology. She received her master's in education from Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana. Scott remembers her reasons...
    • Oral history interview with Margaret Greene, 1999

    • 1999-06-25
    • WV0099 Margaret Greene Papers
    • Primarily documents Margaret "Peg" Greene's interest in physical education; her studies at the Woman's College (now the University of North Carolina at Greensboro); and her experiences as a Red Cross worker in Europe during World War...
    • [Post office]

    • 1949
    • UA104 Photographic Prints Collection
    • Three students pose in front of the mailboxes in the post office in the Students' Building in 1949. Back of photo reads "post office the first place the freshman learn." The Students' Building housed the post office from 1932-1949. Prior to 1910,...
    • [Greensboro Fire Department class of 1961]

    • 1961
    • CC025 T.O. Stokes, Jr,. Collection [Personal Collection]
    • This photograph shows African-American firefighters standing in front of Station 4, located on Gorrell Street in Greensboro. Engine 4 had been relocated to this station in 1964, and although segregated it housed Greensboro's first African-American...
    • [Wicker and Rierson welding shop]

    • 1927
    • Mss. Coll. 55 Richardson-Vicks Collection
    • The shop located at 236 South Davie Street in 1927. This building previously housed the first Vicks factory.
    • [Wicker and Rierson welding shop]

    • 1927
    • Mss. Coll. 55 Richardson-Vicks Collection
    • The shop located at 236 South Davie Street in 1927. This building previously housed the first Vicks factory.
    • [S.S. Miles ice and refg. mchy.]

    • 1920
    • Mss. Coll. 55 Richardson-Vicks Collection
    • The shop located at 236 South Davie Street in the early 1920s. This building previously housed the first Vicks factory.
    • Early scenes of Greensboro, North Carolina

    • 1900
    • Greensboro Public Library Collection
    • This photo album compiled by Attorney C. Clifford Frazier, contains 12 photographs of Greensboro street scenes dating from around 1900. The photo captions are accurate, except for the image on page 008, which was originally identified as a State...
    • [Keeley Institute]

    • 1903
    • Greensboro Pictorials Collection
    • Interior view of the Keeley Institute, located at 447 West Washington Street in Greensboro. The institute was housed in Blandwood, the former home of Governor John Motley Morehead, which is now a museum operated by Preservation...
    • Keeley Institute -- winter

    • 1904-1905
    • Greensboro Pictorials Collection
    • Exterior view of the Keeley Institute, located at 447 West Washington Street in Greensboro. The institute was housed in Blandwood, the former home of Governor John Motley Morehead, which is now a museum operated by Preservation...
    • View of the Keeley Institute, Greensboro, N.C.

    • 1908
    • Greensboro Pictorials Collection
    • Exterior view of the Keeley Institute campus, located at 447 West Washington Street in Greensboro. The institute was housed in Blandwood, the former home of Governor John Motley Morehead, which is now a museum operated by Preservation...
    • [Post office]

    • 1903
    • Greensboro Pictorials Collection
    • Exterior view of the Greensboro Post Office, located at South Elm Street at East Market Street in Greensboro. From the1939 through 1974, the post office site housed Belk's department store.

      Image taken from "Progressive Greensboro: The Gate...
    • Postoffice

    • 1904-1905
    • Greensboro Pictorials Collection
    • Exterior view of the U.S. Post Office, located at South Elm Street at East Market Street in Greensboro. From the1939 through 1974, the post office site housed Belk's department store.

      Image taken from "Southward the sun of progress shines"
    • [Students' Building, Department of Manual Arts]

    • 1913
    • UA104 Photographic Prints Collection
    • Photograph of the looms in Department of Manual Arts in 1913, located in the Students Building, which were under the direction of William C.A. Hammel. Photographed for the Carolinian (the school yearbook).
    • [Carmichael Building]

    • 1986-02
    • UA104 Photographic Prints Collection
    • Carmichael Building shown from the service drive in February, 1986.
    • [Students' Building, Manual Arts Classroom]

    • 1913
    • UA104 Photographic Prints Collection
    • Department of Manual Arts facilities in 1913 which was under the direction of William C.A. Hammel. The Department of Manual Arts was located in the Students Building. Photographed for the Carolinian (the college yearbook).
    • [Architectural Rendering of Cone Building]

    • 1988-01
    • UA104 Photographic Prints Collection
    • Color architectural rendering of the Anne and Benjamin Cone Building, circa 1987. The Cone Building, designed by architect Romaldo Giurgola working in conjunction with Boney Architects, of Wilmington, North Carolina, opened in 1989 and was named...
    • [Architectural Rendering of Cone Building]

    • 1988
    • UA104 Photographic Prints Collection
    • Architectural rendering of the Anne and Benjamin Cone Building, circa 1987. The Cone Building, designed by architect Romaldo Giurgola working in conjunction with Boney Architects, of Wilmington, North Carolina, opened in 1989 and was named for Anne...
    • [Weatherspoon Art Gallery]

    • 1990
    • UA104 Photographic Prints Collection
    • Patrons viewing an exhibit in the Weatherspoon Art Gallery in 1990. The Weatherspoon Art Museum was founded in 1941 and named in honor of Elizabeth McIver Weatherspoon, art teacher and sister of founding President Charles Duncan McIver. It was...

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