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    • W.C. informer [number 1]

    • 1946-03
    • UA108.2 University Archives Subject Files
    • The first issue of W.C. Informer focuses on several postwar political issues, and criticizes a recent vote on extending the Fair Employment Practices Commission (FEPC) in light of the service of black soldiers during World War II. The FEPC, enacted...
    • W.C. informer [number 2]

    • 1946-03
    • UA108.2 University Archives Subject Files
    • The second issue of W.C. Informer primarily discusses economic and political trends in in North Carolina, including voter registration and participation. Statistics are presented on poverty, living conditions (lack of running water, infant...
    • W.C. informer [number 3]

    • 1946-03
    • UA108.2 University Archives Subject Files
    • The third issue of W.C. Informer criticizes policies of the Truman administration, particularly the nomination of Edwin Pauley as Undersecretary of the Navy, which resulted in the protest resignation of Secretary of the Interior Harold Ickes. There...
    • W.C. informer [number 4]

    • 1946-03-11
    • UA108.2 University Archives Subject Files
    • The fourth issue of W.C. Informer discusses of nuclear weapons, federal labor policy (specifically a bill in the U.S. House of Representatives that would curtail union activities such as "sympathy strikes" wher one union walks out in support of...
    • W.C. informer [number 5]

    • 1946-03-17
    • UA108.2 University Archives Subject Files
    • The fifth issue of W.C. Informer discusses an incident in Columbia, Tennessee, in which a black veteran and a white fought over an insult to the veteran's mother. Afterward, a group of fifty to seventy-five whites stormed the jail and roamed the...
    • W.C. informer [number 6]

    • 1946-04-07
    • UA108.2 University Archives Subject Files
    • The sixth issue of W.C. Informer is primarily a discussion of pending legislation concerning the railroad industry and an alleged conspiracy to thwart competition and a ":rate blockade" to keep southern manufacturers from competing in the...
    • W.C. informer [number 7]

    • 1946-04-14
    • UA108.2 University Archives Subject Files
    • The seventh issue of W.C. Informer reports on the need for new housing units in the postwar years. Government housing policy was a major part of the federal urban renewal programs of the 1940s - 1970s, which ultimately displaced many predominantly...
    • W.C. informer [number 8]

    • 1946-04-21
    • UA108.2 University Archives Subject Files
    • The eighth issue of W.C. Informer reports on the passage of the Patman Housing Act of 1946, a precursor to the federal urban renewal program that was envisioned as a means of providing low-cost housing but ultimately resulted in the destruction of...
    • W.C. informer [number 9]

    • 1946-04-28
    • UA108.2 University Archives Subject Files
    • The ninth issue of W.C. Informer notes that "infamous preacher of race hatred" Gerald Smith had called a "nationalist congress" for the following month. Smith was well-known for his racist, anti-Semitic, and anti-Communist views. The newsletter...
    • W.C. informer [number 10]

    • 1946-05-06
    • UA108.2 University Archives Subject Files
    • The tenth issue of W.C. Informer encourages students to assist in voter registration drives and to vote themselves when they become eligible. Voter registration drives were a major part of the early civil rights movement. W.C. Informer was a...
    • W.C. informer [number 11]

    • 1946-05-11
    • UA108.2 University Archives Subject Files
    • The eleventh (and possibly final) issue of W.C. Informer presents a list of suggested summer readings on the themes of national and international affairs. The titles on U.S. issues primarily center on race relations and include The Street by Ann...
    • Planning notes [Number 5, 24 September 1959]

    • 1959-09-24
    • Guilford Vertical Files (Greensboro Public Library)
    • Report form Greensboro Department of Planning highlighted by the article “Greensboro’s Photo Album”. This writing describes the history of the use of high quality photographs by the Planning and Engineering Departments of Greensboro for...
    • Planning notes [Number 7, 23 March 1960]

    • 1960-03-23
    • Guilford Vertical Files (Greensboro Public Library)
    • Report of the development and necessity of Greensboro’s municipal services. Three area of municipal services mentioned are physical comforts like the police department, cultural services like the public school system, and transportation services.
    • Planning notes [Number 8, 15 April 1960]

    • 1960-04-15
    • North Carolina Collection (Greensboro Public Library)
    • Report from the Greensboro Department of Planning highlighted by an article titled " Urban Renewal is People" which is actually a speech previously given by Robert E. Barkley. It dicusses various aspects of urban renewal and concludes with the...
    • Planning notes [Number 9, 21 July 1960]

    • 1960-07-21
    • Guilford Vertical Files (Greensboro Public Library)
    • This report from the Greensboro Department of Planning includes one extensive article about the impact of urban development on downtown centers.
    • Planning notes [Number 10, 25 October 1960]

    • 1960-10-25
    • Guilford Vertical Files (Greensboro Public Library)
    • This report from the Greensboro Department of Planning includes one extensive article about Greensboro's redevelopment program
    • Planning notes [Number 14, 1 August 1961]

    • 1961-08-01
    • Guilford Vertical Files (Greensboro Public Library)
    • This report from the Greensboro Department of Planning discusses a planned comprehensive revitalization of Greensboro's downtown area.
    • Planning notes [Number 15, 25 August 1961]

    • 1961-08-25
    • Guilford Vertical Files (Greensboro Public Library)
    • Report from the Greensboro Department of City Planning called “No Thoroughfare, or How to Close A Street” by W. G. Dodgson, the city planner. The writing details the issues with creating new streets, dedicating names of these roads and issue...
    • Planning notes [Number 17, 22 September 1961]

    • 1961-09-22
    • Guilford Vertical Files (Greensboro Public Library)
    • This report by the Redevelopment Commission of Greensboro describes the population and personal income growth trends in Guilford County and the surrounding areas. This directly impacts downtown Greensboro and its role as a primary trade area.

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