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    • Campus Racism "Old Hat"

    • 1973-02-08
    • The Guilfordian (Civil Rights Clippings)
    • This February 8, 1973 article published in the Guilford College student newspaper, The Guilfordian, reports on the lack of African American faculty on American campuses and how that perpetuates a racist mindset. The article cites the opinions and...
    • H. B. Guilford Club 1930 - 1931 [Raymond and Helen Titsworth Binford papers]

    • 1930-1931
    • MS440 Raymond and Helen Titsworth Binford Papers
    • Documents relating to the Guilford College Club which was a group that seemed to raise money for objects and events of cultural significance relevant to Guilford College. In the folder are meeting minutes discusing the erection of a memorial hall,...
    • Selective Service -- Corresp. -- General Corresp 2 [McDaniel Lewis papers]

    • 1943-1948
    • Mss. Coll. 41 McDaniel Lewis Papers
    • Included in this folder is correspondence relevant to McDaniel Lewis in his position as Chairman of Board #2 of the Guilford County Selective Service System.  There are items such as meeting notifications, donation acknowledgements, and...
    • Selective Service -- Miscellaneous 2 [McDaniel Lewis papers]

    • 1941-1946
    • Mss. Coll. 41 McDaniel Lewis Papers
    • This folder contains various publications relevant to selective service inductees. The Volume VI No. 9 issue of Selective Service is included. There is also a Registration Day Proclamation from NC Governor J. Melville Broughton. Informative...
    • WWII -- Selective Service -- Miscellaneous [McDaniel Lewis papers]

    • 1942-1947
    • Mss. Coll. 41 McDaniel Lewis Papers
    • Included in this folder are various documents relevant to the Selective Service and the war efforts. Several documents include Guilford County WWI or WWII statistics. Of particular interest are multi-page documents such as Governor Cherry’s...
    • Lost history: Happy Hill and freedman's enclaves

    • 2006
    • CC066 The Historic Dimension Series
    • Following Emancipation and the end of the Civil War, freed African-Americans built their own neighborhoods and communities. Such places were typically self-sufficient, with businesses, schools, and churches providing residents with necessary goods...

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