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  • Description: tobacco
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    • Oral history interview with Horace Kornegay, 2008

    • 2008-02-28
    • OH006 Preserving Our History: Rotary Club of Greensboro
    • Horace Kornegay was born in Asheville, North Carolina, in 1924, but his family moved to Greensboro shortly afterward. He discusses his childhood in Greensboro, forming early connections that would later help his career as a lawyer, and his...
    • Oral history interview with Jean M. Fasse, 2007

    • 2007-03-13
    • WV0390 M. Jean Moore Fasse Papers
    • Primarily documents Jean Moore Fasse's early life, her service in Indian with the Red Cross during WWII, and her later work in the U.S. Army Special Services from 1946 to 1963.

      Fasse discusses growing up on a farm and her desire to attend...
    • Oral history interview with Frances B. Turner, 2002

    • 2002-01-07
    • WV0236 Frances Bradsher Turner Papers
    • Interview primarily documents Frances B.Turner's service in the Army Nurse Corps (ANC).

      Turner briefly describes growing up during the Depression, her reasons for becoming a nurse, her training at Watts Hospital, her work for a tobacco...
    • Nazis say U.S.infiltrator encouraged them to take guns to Greensboro rally

    • 1980-07-15
    • MSS091 Edward F. Burrows Papers, 1948-1982
    • This is a photocopy of a July 15, 1980, article in The New York Times by Wendell Rawls, Jr., reporting that members of the American Nazi Party had accused Bernard Butkovich, of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms, of infiltrating the group...
    • Oral history interview with Seth C. Macon, 2012 (Part 1)

    • 2012-03-09
    • OH006 Preserving Our History: Rotary Club of Greensboro;
    • Seth C. Macon was born at home in Randolph County, North Carolina. Macon grew up on a farm and recounts some of his daily chores during childhood and his close relationship with his six siblings. Macon is a “birthright Quaker” and describes...
    • Oral history interview with Dorothy Coley, 1999

    • 1999-11-08
    • WV0117 Dorothy Coley Papers
    • Primarily documents Coley's education at the Woman's College of the University of North Carolina (now the University of North Carolina at Greensboro) and her experiences in the American Red Cross while stationed in the United States.

      Coley...
    • Oral history interview with Clara Adams-Ender, 2005

    • 2005-09-10
    • WV0332 Clara Adams-Ender Papers
    • Primarily documents Brig. Gen. Clara L. Adams-Ender's background; her service with the U.S. Army Nurse Corps from 1961 to 1993; and her marriage to Heinz Ender. Adams-Ender also comments on management and leadership issues related to the Army Nurse...
    • Ex-Nazi: I Wouldn't Hide 'Em

    • 1982-06-24
    • MSS091 Edward F. Burrows Papers, 1948-1982
    • This June 24, 1982, article by Larry King of the Greensboro Daily News reports on testimony by former Nazi Roger L. Shannon before a federal grand jury investigating possible civil rights violations related to the murders of five Communist Workers...
    • H.L. Scott & Co., leaf tobacco

    • 1892
    • Greensboro Pictorials Collection
    • Exterior view of the H.L. Scott tobacco company, located at 122 North Elm Street in Greensboro.

      Image taken from "Album of Greensboro N.C." (1892).
    • H.W. Cobb & Co., tobacco prize factory

    • 1892
    • Greensboro Pictorials Collection
    • Exterior view iew of the H.W. Cobb tobacco factory, located at 226-228 Belle Meade Avenue (now Bellemeade Street) in Greensboro.

      Image taken from "Album of Greensboro N.C." (1892).
    • General Correspondence L 1895 [Charles Duncan McIver Records]

    • 1895
    • UA2.1 Charles Duncan McIver Records, 1855-1906
    • Correspondence addressed to Dr. Charles D. McIver of the State Normal and Industrial School in 1895. A few letters are also addressed to Mr. E. J. Forney, the school treasurer. Topics include local and national grocers, tobacco manufacturers,...
    • Statement to the Congressional Black Caucus Braintrust on Criminal Justice

    • 1982-06-19
    • MSS091 Edward F. Burrows Papers, 1948-1982
    • This is a June 19, 1982 statement from Concerned Citizens of the November 3rd Incident to the Congressional Black Caucus Braintrust on Criminal Justice, detailing the group's concerns over the investigation of the murders of five Communist Workers...
    • Album of Greensboro N.C.

    • 1892
    • Greensboro Pictorials Collection
    • Primarily documents the businesses (manufacturers, banks, merchants, tobacco warehouses), cultural institutions (colleges, churches) and transportation agencies in Greensboro in 1892. Includes numerous photographs of local businesses and street...
    • J.L. King & Co., S.J. Pegram & Co.

    • 1892
    • Greensboro Pictorials Collection
    • Exterior view of the J.L. King and S.J. Pegram tobacco companies, located at 209 (Pegram) and 221 (King) Buchanan Street (now Smothers Place). in Greensboro.

      Image taken from "Album of Greensboro N.C." (1892).
    • [Reynolds Residence Halls]

    • 1973
    • UA104 Photographic Prints Collection
    • Photograph of the High Rise Residence Hall, Reynolds, circa 1973. This photograph of the residence hall appeared in Bricks and People on page eighteen. The Reynolds Residence Hall, designed by Six Associates of Asheville, North Carolina, opened in...
    • [Reynolds Residence Hall]

    • 1986-02
    • UA104 Photographic Prints Collection
    • This 1986 photograph shows the Reynolds Residence Hall.
    • [Reynolds and Grogan Residence Halls]

    • 1964
    • UA104 Photographic Prints Collection
    • This 1964 photograph shows the Reynolds and Grogan Residences Halls, which are two of the High Rise Residence Halls.

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