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    • Oral history interview with Dorothy Post Hoover, 2000

    • 2000-06-05
    • WV0170 Dorothy Hoover Papers
    • Primarily documents Dorothy "Dot" Post Hoover's early life and service with the WASP.

      Pre-service topics include Hoover's aspirations to become a writer and a pilot; admiration of Charles Lindbergh; attending the Civilian Pilot Training...
    • Oral history interview with Ruth King Garrett, 2007

    • 2007-04-10
    • WV0392 Ruth King Garrett Papers
    • Primarily documents Ruth King Garrett's service in the Army Nurse Corps (ANC) from 1945 to 1946.

      Garrett briefly discusses her education, including working on her high school's newspaper and her year at UNCG (then Woman's College). She...
    • [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,...
    • Oral history interview with Lucile Griffin Leonard, 1999

    • 1999-01-29
    • WV0028 Lucile Griffin Leonard Papers
    • Chiefly documents Lucile Griffin Leonard's education at the Woman's College of the University of North Carolina (now the University of North Carolina at Greensboro) in the late 1930s and early 1940s and her service as a hospital dietitian with the...
    • Oral history interview with Dorothy Austell, 2000

    • 2000-09-18
    • WV0184 Dorothy B. Austell Papers
    • Primarily documents Dorothy B. Austell's service as an undercover agent in the Women's Army Corps with the Office of Strategic Services during World War II and her post-war work as an insurance agent.

      Austell describes her athleticism in...
    • [Post office boxes]

    • 1959-09
    • UA104 Photographic Prints Collection
    • This 1959 photograph shows the post boxes inside the North Spencer Residence Hall. The back of photo reads "Example of locked mail boxes (in dormitories). Mail no longer distributed in Central Post Office after these were installed in dorms." Prior...
    • [Post office]

    • 1913
    • UA104 Photographic Prints Collection
    • This photograph shows the Campus Post Office located in the basement of the Administration Building from 1910 to 1932. The photograph appeared in the Carolinian 1913 on page eiighty-four. Prior to 1910, mail was distributed through the dormitories....
    • [Post office]

    • 1988-11
    • UA104 Photographic Prints Collection
    • This 1988 photograph shows two male students in front of their post office boxes. Prior to 1910, mail was distributed through the dormitories. In 1910, a lock-box Post Office was installed in the basement of Administration Building. In 1932, in a...
    • Oral history interview with Helen Boileau Hester, 1999

    • 1999-12-06
    • WV0128 Helen Boileau Hester Papers
    • Primarily documents Boileau Hester's service in the Marine Corps Women's Reserve at Camp Lejeune and Cherry Point during World War II and her life after leaving the Women Marines.

      Hester describes learning about the attack on Pearl Harbor;...
    • Oral history interview with Buren Rose, 2008

    • 2008-10-17
    • WV0433 Buren Rose Oral History
    • Primarily documents Buren Rose's service in the civil service from 1942 to 1943 and her career in radio."

      Rose discusses her childhood and education in Missouri. She goes on to talk about her employment history before joining the civil...
    • Conserving American treasures: Progressive & New Deal Era murals

    • 2007
    • CC066 The Historic Dimension Series
    • The first half of the 20th century was the most prolific period of mural painting in U.S. history. Two specific time periods, the Progressive Era (1904-1933) and the New Deal Era (1930s-early 1940s), saw the creation of Federal Public Arts...
    • [Letter from Catherine Cayle to friend, 1943]

    • 1943-10-10
    • WV0232 Catherine Cayle Letters
    • Cayle is at a small army post at hospital which is understaffed. Recently she started on night duty, which interferes with her dating a captain located at the same post.
    • [Elsie Prevatte Picket signing document, 1962]

    • 1962-04-14
    • WV0462 Elsie Prevatte Pickett Papers
    • WAC Elsie Prevatte Pickett, seated at a desk, prepares to sign document on 14 April 1962. The desk appears to belong to Brigadier General B.E. Powell. According to the caption on the back of the photo, Prevatte, as Post Entertainment Officer and...
    • Rights body to proble city-county hirings

    • 1968-07-16
    • CC008 Enola C. Mixon Collection [Personal Collection]
    • Article from "The Greensboro Record:" documenting an issue regarding the hiring and promotional practices at the United States Post Office in Greensboro, specifically complaints of racial discrimination.
    • [Inez Stroud at desk, 1951]

    • 1951-12
    • WV0009 Inez Stroud Papers
    • Cpl. Inez Stroud works at her desk in the post chapel at Fort Lewis, Washington, in December 1951.
    • Study cites links between Greensboro police, Klan

    • 1981-10-03
    • MSS091 Edward F. Burrows Papers, 1948-1982
    • This October 3, 1981 article by Mary Thornton of The Washington Post reports of the findings of a study by the Institute for Southern Studies that there was an alliance between law enforcement officers and the defendants in the murder case...
    • A Case That Raises Questions - Who Will Stop the Hate Groups?

    • 1982-08-15
    • MSS091 Edward F. Burrows Papers, 1948-1982
    • This August 15, 1982, column by Colman McCarthy of the Washington Post discusses the grand jury investigation into the murders of five Communist Workers Party members at the Death to the Klan march in Greensboro on November 3, 1979, in the context...
    • The Other Side of the Greensboro Shootout

    • 1980-03-03
    • MSS084 Robert W. Watson Papers, 1948-1980
    • A newspaper clipping from The Washington Post of Robert Watson's essay on the murder of five Communist Worker's Party members at the Death to the Klan rally, in Greensboro, North Carolina. The essay was originally published as "Media Martyrdom" in...

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