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    • First Negro is named to city's ABC board

    • 1969-07-09
    • CC001 Alexander Phillip Parker, Sr. Collection [Personal Collection]
    • This clipping concerns Alexander Parker's appointment as Greensboro's first African American appointee to the Alcoholic Beverage Control Board. He was the owner of three local barber shops.
    • Looking back

    • Undated
    • CC002 Andrea Wright Collection [Personal Collection]
    • This undated article from the Greensboro News and Record looks back at St. Stephen United Church of Christ and shows the original church building on Gorrell Street, which stood from 1949-1975. It was a meeting place for civil rights organizers in...
    • Price Class memories

    • 1946-1986
    • CC005 College Place United Methodist Church Archives
    • This scrapbook contains a variety of materials regarding the Sunday School class at College Place United Methodist Church known as the "Price Class," after the original class teacher, C.F. Price. Items include a program from a "Let's Get...
    • [Article about Enola C. Mixon]

    • 1997-04
    • CC008 Enola C. Mixon Collection [Personal Collection]
    • The Triad Edition of "Today's American Woman" (vol. 3) for 1997 includes a lengthly article, and photograph, about Enola Mixon.
    • End of an era: Postmaster retires after 38 years

    • 2004-06-04
    • CC008 Enola C. Mixon Collection [Personal Collection]
    • Article from the Greensboro News and Record about Enola Mixon's retirement, after 38 years of employment with the United States Postat Service.
    • Stamps honor women

    • 2002-09-30
    • CC008 Enola C. Mixon Collection [Personal Collection]
    • This article from The Register (Vol. 77,No.4) describes the new postage stamps honoring pioneering female journalists. Enola C. Mixon, Neil McNeil, Sandra Hughes, and Chancellor James Renick are picured in the unveiling photo.
    • Final rites held for one of the oldest mothers

    • 1952-03
    • CC008 Enola C. Mixon Collection [Personal Collection]
    • This lenghty article and obituary from The Future Ouitlook detail the life of Lethia "Granny" Morton (1836-1952), who lived in High Point at her death. She was 115 years old when she died. A tag at the bottom of the clipping incorrectly identifies...
    • North Carolina State 2001 postmaster of the year

    • 2001
    • CC008 Enola C. Mixon Collection [Personal Collection]
    • Artticle from "Tar Heel Postmaster" detailing Enola Mixon's selection for the North Carolina Postmaster award for 2001.
    • Postmaster Enola Mixon leaves mark on history

    • 1994-02
    • CC008 Enola C. Mixon Collection [Personal Collection]
    • Article (from "Tar Heel Postmaster" or other publication) discusses Enola Mixon's life in Greensboro during the Civil Rights era and her later career in the United States Postal Service.
    • Woman in mailroom

    • Undated
    • CC008 Enola C. Mixon Collection [Personal Collection]
    • Article from the "High Point Enterprise" detailing the career of Enola Mixon, who became the first woman and first African-American postmaster in High Point, North Carolina
    • Rights body to proble city-county hirings

    • 1968-07-16
    • CC008 Enola C. Mixon Collection [Personal Collection]
    • Article from "The Greensboro Record:" documenting an issue regarding the hiring and promotional practices at the United States Post Office in Greensboro, specifically complaints of racial discrimination.
    • [Class photograph]

    • 1983-02
    • CC008 Enola C. Mixon Collection [Personal Collection]
    • Enola Mixon is shown, second row far left, in this class photograph of the Colgate Darden Graduate School of Business Administration, at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville.
    • City postmaster set for transfer

    • Undated
    • CC008 Enola C. Mixon Collection [Personal Collection]
    • This article describes Enola Mixon's move from High Point to the postion of field director of the United States Postal Service in Northern Virginia.
    • A profile: Estelle Atley Jones Eaton

    • 1999
    • CC012 Fred and Hyla Bynum Cundiff Collection [Personal Collection]
    • Estelle Atley Jones Eaton is profiled in an alumni bulletin from Barber-Scotia College. She graduated in the class of 1910.
    • A conversation with a man about schools

    • 1978
    • CC012 Fred and Hyla Bynum Cundiff Collection [Personal Collection]
    • This article, by John Alexander, discusses the duties of Assistant School Superitendent in Greensboro.
    • State board approves Cundiff for post

    • 1978
    • CC012 Fred and Hyla Bynum Cundiff Collection [Personal Collection]
    • This article details Fred Cundiff's appointment as director of North Carolina's Department of Public Instruction, North Centeral Regional Center in Greensboro in January 1979.
    • Hicks appointed new dean

    • 1988
    • CC016 Hicks Family Collection [Personal Collection]
    • Article about Dr. A. James Hicks being appointed chairman of the Department of Biology at North Carolina A&T State University
    • A&T initiates planet project

    • 1977-0-11-08
    • CC016 Hicks Family Collection [Personal Collection]
    • November 8, 1977 article featuring Dr. A. James Hicks

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