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    • The Greensboro patriot [July 13, 1911]

    • 1911-07-13
    • The Greensboro Patriot
    • The July 13, 1911, issue of The Greensboro Patriot, a newspaper published in Greensboro, N.C. by W.I. Underwood.
    • The Greensboro patriot [March 15, 1876]

    • 1876-03-15
    • The Greensboro Patriot
    • The March 15, 1876, issue of The Greensboro Patriot, a newspaper published in Greensboro, N.C. by Duffy and Albright.
    • [Doris Dickens Wilson and sisters at US Capitol Building, 1944]

    • 1944
    • WV0388 Doris Dickens Wilson Papers
    • Anne Dickens Kaasmann (left) and Grace Dickens Ewing (right) stand in front of the U.S. Capitol Building while visiting their sister Doris Dicken Hoyle Wilson in Washington, D.C., in the summer of 1944.
    • Oral history interview with Doris Wilson, 2007

    • 2007-03-08
    • WV0388 Doris Dickens Wilson Papers
    • Primarily covers Doris Dickens (Hoye) Wilson's service in the WAAC (Women's Auxiliary Army Corps) and the WAC (Women's Army Corps) during WWII, and her education and career following the war.

      Wilson discusses life during the Depression; her...
    • The Greensboro patriot [October 25, 1920]

    • 1920-10-25
    • The Greensboro Patriot
    • The October 25, 1920, issue of The Greensboro Patriot, a newspaper published in Greensboro, N.C. by Patriot Publishing Company.
    • [Doris Dickens Wilson and soldier in Wilmington, circa 1942]

    • 1942
    • WV0388 Doris Dickens Wilson Papers
    • Doris Dickens Wilson, in civilian clothing, and a soldier holds hands outside of the house at 619 Market Street in Wilmington, circa 1942. Wilson indicates it was her "home away from home."
    • [Portrait of Doris Dickens and Stanford Hoye, 1944]

    • 1944
    • WV0388 Doris Dickens Wilson Papers
    • Portrait of Doris Dickens Wilson and her first husband, Stanford Lee Hoye, both in uniform. The two were married on November 5, 1944, at Fort Myers, Virginia.
    • The Greensboro patriot [January 7, 1880]

    • 1880-01-07
    • The Greensboro Patriot
    • The January 7, 1880, issue of The Greensboro Patriot, a newspaper published in Greensboro, N.C. by R.T. Fulghum.
    • The Carolinian [March 14, 1941]

    • 1941-03-14
    • The Carolinian
    • The March 14, 1941, issue of The Carolinian, the student newspaper of the Woman's College of the University of North Carolina (now The University of North Carolina at Greensboro).
    • The Carolinian [November 3, 1950]

    • 1950-11-03
    • The Carolinian
    • The November 3, 1950, issue of The Carolinian, the student newspaper of the Woman's College of the University of North Carolina (now The University of North Carolina at Greensboro).
    • Oral history interview with Key L. Barkley, 1991 [text/print transcript]

    • 1991-06-07
    • OH003 UNCG Centennial Oral History Project
    • Key Barkley (1900-2001) was a professor in the department of psychology from 1931-1949. He also served as dean of men when men were admitted to The Woman's College of the University of North Carolina during the Great Depression and was responsible...
    • [Doris Wilson and fellow WAAC, circa 1943]

    • 1943
    • WV0388 Doris Dickens Wilson Papers
    • Doris Dickens Wilson (left), in WAAC winter uniform with Hobby hat and gloves, stands beside a WAAC nicknamed "Tennessee" who wears the WAAC overcoat, at Fort Des Moines, Iowa, circa 1943.
    • [Portrait of Doris Wilson, circa 1944]

    • 1944
    • WV0388 Doris Dickens Wilson Papers
    • Portrait of Doris Dickens Wilson as a corporal, wearing her army uniform with Hobby hat. The photo indicates her pay went from $21 a month to $36.00 a month when she made corporal.

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