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    • [Letters regarding the Neo-Black Society hearing]

    • 1973-03-31
    • UA51.21 Neo-Black Society Records, 1969-2013
    • These two letters written by UNCG Chancellor James Ferguson explain and justify his actions to reverse the decision of the UNCG Student Government Senate to reclassify the Neo-Black Society. The Student Government Senate held a hearing to...
    • [Letters to congressmen pertaining to the Civil Rights Act]

    • 1963-07-12
    • MSS052 Warren Ashby Papers, 1906-1990
    • These two letters, dated July 12, 1963, and written by Warren Ashby, a professor at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro include statements of Ashby's position on civil rights in general and the pending Civil Rights Act in specific. Ashby...
    • [Letters of Elizabeth O. Garrett and Ella B. Troy]

    • 1902
    • CC027 West Market Street United Methodist Church Archives
    • These two letters, from early church members, document the church's early history. The note from Elizabeth O. Garrett was written to the Reverend S.B. Turrentine in 1902, when Garrett was 78. She reminisces about his profession of faith at a camp...
    • [Letters organizing speakers]

    • 1964-1967
    • Cone 10081 Robert L. Phillips Collection, 1890s-2003
    • Letters regarding the organization of speakers on medical topics.
    • [Letters of appreciation]

    • 1965
    • Cone 10087 Guilford County Medical Society Collection
    • Letters expressing gratitude to the Auxiliary to the Guilford County Medical Society, Greensboro branch for assistance and financial gifts from organizations benefitting.
    • [Letters in thanks for Auxiliary works]

    • 1967
    • Cone 10087 Guilford County Medical Society Collection
    • Several letters sent to the Auxiliary to the Guilford County Medical Society, Greensboro branch in thanks for various gifts and projects over the course of the 1967-1968 organization year.
    • [Letters to Lyndon Swaim]

    • 1839-1845
    • Mss. Coll. 11 William Sidney Porter Papers
    • Lyndon Swaim followed William Swaim as editor of the "Greensboro Patriot" (1839-1854). He had been apprenticed under William. In 1842, he married the widowed Mrs. William Swaim and became stepfather to Mary Jane Virginia Swaim Porter, William...
    • [Letters from Al Jennings]

    • 1913-1922
    • Mss. Coll. 11 William Sidney Porter Papers
    • The 1913 item is a two page TLS (typed letter signed) to Mr. Archibald Henderson of North Carolina regarding a lecture and/or contribution for an O. Henry memorial (1913). It has been silk laminated. The 1922 letter is to Eli Oettinger regarding...
    • [Letters from Margaret Worth Porter (Cesare Sartin)]

    • 1899-1910
    • Mss. Coll. 11 William Sidney Porter Papers
    • These letters are from Margaret to her father. The early item is written to him while he was in prison and the others are written while Margaret was a student at Belmont College and Dwight School, and later from Asheville, North Carolina.
    • [Letters from Sara Coleman Porter]

    • 1907-1947
    • Mss. Coll. 11 William Sidney Porter Papers
    • Included is a 1907 letter to Lily Benbow, with cover, in which Sara speaks of her marriage and early family life. Two 1910 letters to Lily speak of the death and last moments of William Sydney Porter and are on mourning stationery. These letters...
    • [Letters from Shirley Worth Porter]

    • 1934-1937
    • Mss. Coll. 11 William Sidney Porter Papers
    • These letters are addressed to Mrs. Harry Thornton in Greensboro. They speak of Shirley's nickname "Shell" and how it was acquired, mutual acquaintances in Greensboro, a description of the original Porter drug store, a sketch made by Shirley Porter...
    • [Letters from William Sydney Porter to Bill Davis]

    • 1904-1906
    • Mss. Coll. 11 William Sidney Porter Papers
    • The letters in this folder are written to Bob Davis, fiction editor of Munsey's Magazine. Most involve requests for various cash advances and also excuses as to why promised manuscripts have not been delivered. Many letters display the wit and...
    • [Letters from William Sydney Porter to daughter Margaret, 1898-1901]

    • 1898-1901
    • Mss. Coll. 11 William Sidney Porter Papers
    • This group of letters was written by William Sydney Porter to his daughter Margaret between April 25, 1898, and July 24, 1901, while he was an inmate in the Ohio State Penitentiary. Margaret was never told of her father's whereabouts. The letters...
    • [Letters from William Sydney Porter to daughter Margaret, 1905-1907]

    • 1905-1907
    • Mss. Coll. 11 William Sidney Porter Papers
    • These letters were written by William Sydney Porter to daughter Margaret while she attended Belmont College, a finishing school in Nashville, Tennessee. They speak of Margaret being homesick, of her clothes, family matters, her discontent at...
    • [Letters from William Sydney Porter to daughter Margaret, 1907-1910]

    • 1907-1910
    • Mss. Coll. 11 William Sidney Porter Papers
    • These letters speak of family matters, holidays, etc. Most are written to Margaret from New York, but several are from Asheville, North Carolina. Margaret's addresses range from her grandmother's house in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, to Dwight School...
    • [Letters from William Sydney Porter to Sara Coleman Porter]

    • 1905-1908
    • Mss. Coll. 11 William Sidney Porter Papers
    • This folder consists of three photostatic and two typescript copies of letters William Sydney Porter wrote to Sara Coleman before they were married. The July 15 letter is in response to Sara's contact with Porter and the other item is urging Sara...
    • [Letters from William Sydney Porter, miscellaneous]

    • 1882-1907
    • Mss. Coll. 11 William Sidney Porter Papers
    • The items in this folder include a calling card, three letters, and one cover. Three photostats of a letter from William Sydney Porter in Texas to his friend Dr. Beall in Greensboro (1882) are included along with the original. Porter also wrote to...

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