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    • [Aerial view of Jackson library and the Quadrangle]

    • 2000
    • UA104 Photographic Prints Collection
    • Aerial view of Jackson Library and the Quad. The Jackson Library, designed by Northrup O’Brien of Winston-Salem, North Carolina, opened in 1950 and was named for Walter Clinton Jackson, professor, author, and chancellor from 1934 – 1950. The...
    • [Construction of the tennis courts outside the Quad]

    • 2000
    • UA104 Photographic Prints Collection
    • Construction of the tennis courts located outside the Quadrangle residence halls. The tennis courts are located on campus, north of Rosenthal Gymnasium and west of the Quadrangle. The Quadrangle, commonly known as ‘the Quad,” was built between...
    • [Aerial view of campus]

    • 1927
    • UA104 Photographic Prints Collection
    • Aerial view of campus looking down Walker Avenue in 1926 or 1927. Photo taken after old Curry Building burned in March 1926, but before Mary Foust residence Hall erected in 1927. Prominent are the six residential halls built in 1922 around the quad...
    • [Aerial view of campus]

    • 2001-11
    • UA104 Photographic Prints Collection
    • Aerial view of campus and surroundings, looking southeast, circa 2000. Music Building is lower left, the Quadrangle is in the center and the construction of the Sullivan Science Building can be seen in the upper left. The Music Building, located on...
    • [Bailey Residence Hall]

    • 1958
    • UA103 Negatives Collection
    • This 1958 photograph shows the Bailey Residence Hall as seen from the Quadrangle. The Bailey Residence Hall, designed by Harry Barton, of Greensboro, North Carolina, was opened in 1922. It named in honor of Thomas Bailey. Bailey was an attorney and...
    • [Gray Residence Hall]

    • 1973
    • UA104 Photographic Prints Collection
    • Photograph of the Gray Residence Hall in the Freshman Quadrangle (now the Quad), circa 1973. It appeared in Bricks and People. Carolina: Bailey Residence Hall (1922), Coit Residence Hall (1923), Cotten Residence Hall (1922), Gray Residence Hall...
    • [Gray Residence Hall]

    • 1973
    • UA104 Photographic Prints Collection
    • This photograph, which appeared in Bricks and People, shows the Gray Residence hall in the Freshman Quadrangle (now the Quad), circa 1973. Carolina: Bailey Residence Hall (1922), Coit Residence Hall (1923), Cotten Residence Hall (1922), Gray...
    • [Bailey Residence Hall]

    • Undated
    • UA104 Photographic Prints Collection
    • Bailey Residence Hall as seen from the quad.
    • [Gray Residence Hall]

    • 1973
    • UA104 Photographic Prints Collection
    • Photograph of the Gray Residence hall in the Freshman Quadrangle (now the Quad), circa 1973. The photograph appeared in Bricks and People, on page forty-nine. Carolina: Bailey Residence Hall (1922), Coit Residence Hall (1923), Cotten Residence Hall...
    • [Fountain Plaza]

    • 1995
    • UA106 Slides Collection
    • This photograph shows fountain Plaza filled with students. The Dining Halls can be seen to the right and the Quadrangle residence halls can be seen in the background. The Fountain Plaza opened in 1991. It is located between the Dining Halls and...
    • [Quadrangle under construction]

    • 1925
    • UA104 Photographic Prints Collection
    • The Quadrangle, pictured in the 1920s, while it is under construction. The residence halls visible from left to right are Cotton, Gray, Shaw, Hinshaw, and Bailey.
    • [The Rock]

    • 1985-02-25
    • UA104 Photographic Prints Collection
    • The Rock pictured in February of 1985. It was located on the lawn in front of the dining hall before the construction of fountain plaza. The back of photograph reads "The Rock - located on the lawn west of the Dining Halls (near the bride or...
    • [Student seated on The Rock]

    • 1990-10
    • UA104 Photographic Prints Collection
    • This circa 1990 photograph shows a student seated on The Rock. The Rock is painted to advertise a 72-hour "rock sit" for charity.
    • [Chancellor Moran at The Rock]

    • 1992
    • UA104 Photographic Prints Collection
    • Chancellor Moran poses at The Rock, decorated to celebrate the University's centennial in 1992.
    • [Quadrangle]

    • 1992
    • UA103 Negatives Collection
    • This photograph shows students at the Quadrangle in 1992. The Quadrangle, commonly known as ‘the Quad,” was built between 1919 and 1923. The seven dormitories that make up the area were all designed by Harry Barton of Greensboro, North...
    • [Quadrangle]

    • 1957
    • UA103 Negatives Collection
    • This 1957 of the Quadrangle appeared in Pine Needles 1957 on page eleven.The Quadrangle, commonly known as ‘the Quad,” was built between 1919 and 1923. The seven dormitories that make up the area were all designed by Harry Barton of Greensboro,...
    • [Painting The Rock]

    • 1990
    • UA106 Slides Collection
    • Two male students paint the Rock in the 1990s. The 12.7 ton rock was donated by Alpha Phi Omega fraternity in 1973. Originally located between the Quad and the Dining Hall, it is currently located between the Library and the Dining Hall and has...
    • [The Rock and The Clock Tower]

    • 1998
    • UA106 Slides Collection
    • The Clock, with the The Rock in the foreground, as seen in 1998. The 12.7 ton rock was donated by Alpha Phi Omega fraternity in 1973. Originally located between the Quad and the Dining Hall, it is currently located between the Library and the...
    • [The Rock]

    • 1977-03
    • UA103 Negatives Collection
    • This photograph shows Gray house officers, Kim Kepley, left and Janet Clark painting the Rawk to proclaim the birthday of Residence Counselor, Peggy Norris, right. The 12.7 ton rock was donated by Alpha Phi Omega fraternity in 1973. Originally...
    • [Aerial View of Campus]

    • 1986
    • UA104 Photographic Prints Collection
    • Aerial view of The University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG) campus taken from the east in 1986. Tate Street is in the foreground. The Quad and athletic fields are in the background. In the center is the Stone building and Jackson library...

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