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    • Something Stinks in Justice Department

    • 1972-10-05
    • Collegian (Civil Rights Clippings)
    • This October 5, 1972 op-ed article published in the Greensboro College student newspaper, The Collegian, points out the differential treatment of US soldiers between a convicted white murderer and an arrested black defendant in Vietnam. Private...
    • [Wooden Dormitory]

    • 1894
    • UA104 Photographic Prints Collection
    • Cyanotype of the Wooden Dormitory in 1893 or 1894.
    • [Guilford Dormitory]

    • 1903
    • UA104 Photographic Prints Collection
    • Photograph of Guilford Dormitory, after the expansion of the building, in the snow, circa 1903. The Infirmary can the seen to the right of the dormitory.
    • [Guilford Dormitory]

    • 1905
    • UA104 Photographic Prints Collection
    • This photograph shows the Guilford Dormitory located on College Avenue, circa 1905. To the left of the dormitory is Dr. and Mrs. McIver's home at the corner of College Avenue and Spring Garden Street.
    • [Guilford Dormitory]

    • 1905
    • UA104 Photographic Prints Collection
    • Photograph of Guilford Dormitory seen from across College Avenue with the McIver House to the left of the dormitory, circa 1906.
    • [Guilford Dormitory, McIver House, and Teague House]

    • 1900
    • UA103 Negatives Collection
    • This photograph, looking down College Avenue, shows Guilford Dormitory, McIver House and the Teague House. This twenty-two room dormitory was built in 1892 and was originally called Wooden Dormitory. It was then nicknamed “Midway” after the...
    • [Guilford Dormitory]

    • 1900
    • UA110 Postcards Collection
    • This 1900 postcard shows the original Guilford Dormitory on College Avenue, circa 1900. Part of President Charles Duncan McIver's residence can be seen on the left.
    • [Letter from Doretta Lentz to parents, 1945]

    • 1945-06-14
    • WV0419 Alice Doretta Lentz Letters, 1945-1946
    • Lentz discussing receiving vaccinations; German prisoners of war arriving at her base; a letter from a friend in stationed in Germany describing the "advanced" nation; and being complimented by patients who think she has been in the service a long...

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