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    • North Carolina University Magazine No. 3, 1891 [Charles Duncan McIver Records]

    • 1891
    • UA2.1 Charles Duncan McIver Records, 1855-1906
    • An 1891 issue of the North Carolina University Magazine published by the students of what is currently the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. This periodical was from the papers of W. C. Smith, who highlights a section on p. 168 which...
    • First Presbyterian Church

    • 1892
    • Greensboro Pictorials Collection
    • Exterior view of First Presbyterian Church, located at Church Street (now Summit Avenue), between Davie Street and Lindsay Street in Greensboro. The church served as a hospital during the Civil War an was later used as a museum and library. The...
    • [Guilford College campus]

    • 1892
    • Greensboro Pictorials Collection
    • A view of the Guilford College campus, located in what was then the town of Guilford College, but is currently the intersection of West Friendly Avenue and New Garden Road.

      Image taken from "Album of Greensboro N.C." (1892).
    • [Program for Royal Lyceum Theatre, London, "King Henry the Eighth"]

    • 1892-01-18
    • MSS255 Robert C. Hansen Performing Arts Collection
    • Program for the Royal Lyceum Theatre production of "King Henry the Eighth" for 18 Jan. 1892, starring Sir Henry Irving (1838-1905) and Dame Ellen Terry (1847-1928). The program contains a cast list, synopsis of scenery, information on music and...
    • [Minutes of the Cornelian Literary Society]

    • 1893-10-07
    • Classed Archives/Beyond Books and Buildings (Digital Exhibit)
    • The Minutes of the Cornelian Literary Society for 1893 discusses Bertha Lee's elected position as critic. Bessie Wood was elected chairman. The committee members are B. Good and Mary Applewhite. A list of nominations for other positions is also...
    • [Charles McIver seated in his office]

    • 1895
    • UA2.1 Charles Duncan McIver Records, 1855-1906
    • This photograph, taken around 1895, shows Charles McIver at his desk located in the Main Building (which is currently the Foust Building).
    • [Letter from Charles McIver to parent of student about typhoid epidemic]

    • 1899-11-14
    • UA2.1 Charles Duncan McIver Records, 1855-1906
    • A letter from the President of the State Normal and Industrial College to Thomas Dickens concerning the illness of his daughter, Esther W. Dickens. McIver writes that Esther is "not improving so rapidly as we had reason to suppose she would."...
    • Early scenes of Greensboro, North Carolina

    • 1900
    • Greensboro Public Library Collection
    • This photo album compiled by Attorney C. Clifford Frazier, contains 12 photographs of Greensboro street scenes dating from around 1900. The photo captions are accurate, except for the image on page 008, which was originally identified as a State...
    • General correspondence applications St-Sw 1901 [Charles Duncan McIver Records]

    • 1901
    • UA2.1 Charles Duncan McIver Records, 1855-1906
    • Letters and documents written to and by Dr. Charles McIver. Topics include requests for recommendation, the application process, alumni updates, correspondence with the Star Wall Finish Company, dormitory appointments and arrangements, requesting...
    • General correspondence June-December 1902 [Charles Duncan McIver Records]

    • 1902
    • UA2.1 Charles Duncan McIver Records, 1855-1906
    • Business and personal letters of Charles D. McIver from the latter half of 1902. Most of the correspondence is with Laura H. Coit as she descibes business and individuals of the State and Industrial School. Topics include letters from Annie...
    • First Presbyterian Church

    • 1903
    • Greensboro Pictorials Collection
    • Exterior view of First Presbyterian Church, located at Church Street (now Summit Avenue), between Davie Street and Lindsay Street in Greensboro. The church served as a hospital during the Civil War an was later used as a museum and library. The...
    • Minutes of the Womens Missionary Society of the First Presbyterian Church

    • 1915-1916
    • CC011 First Presbyterian Church Archives
    • These minutes document the creation and operation of the Womens Missionary Society, which included several departments, e.g. Foreign Missions, Home Mission,Congregational, Young Peoples, Christian Education. Included are lists of members and...
    • Piedmont Theatre

    • 1917
    • Greensboro Pictorials Collection
    • Exterior view of the Piedmont Theatre, located at 119 South Elm Street in Greensboro. This theatre, later remodeled and renamed the Center Theatre, is currently the site of the Cone Denim Entertainment Center.
    • First Presbyterian Church, Greensboro

    • 1924
    • Greensboro Pictorials Collection
    • Exterior view of First Presbyterian Church, located at Church Street (now Summit Avenue), between Davie Street and Lindsay Street in Greensboro. The church served as a hospital during the Civil War an was later used as a museum and library. The...
    • [Architect's drawing of Music Building (Tate Street)]

    • 1924
    • UA104 Photographic Prints Collection
    • Architect Harry Barton's drawing of the Brown (Music) Building, 1924. Printed by the Wm. A. Roberts Film Co. This building, originally called the Music Building, was designed by Harry Barton, of Greensboro, North Carolina, and was opened in 1925....
    • [Music Building (Tate Street)]

    • 1925
    • UA110 Postcards Collection
    • Postcard photograph of the Music Building at the North Carolina College for Women, circa 1925. Created by The Albertype Co., Brooklyn, N.Y. The inscription reads, "Music Building, North Carolina College for Women, Greensboro N.C." This building,...
    • [Architectural rendering of Music Building (Tate Street)]

    • 1925
    • UA104 Photographic Prints Collection
    • Architectural rendering of Music Building (Tate Street). This building, originally called the Music Building, was designed by Harry Barton, of Greensboro, North Carolina, and was opened in 1925. In 1960, the building was named in honor of Wade R....
    • [Music Building (Tate Street)]

    • 1927
    • UA103 Negatives Collection
    • Photograph of the Brown Building as seen from Tate Street circa 1927. This building, originally called the Music Building, was designed by Harry Barton, of Greensboro, North Carolina, and was opened in 1925. In 1960, the building was named in honor...
    • [Music Building (Tate Street)]

    • 1927-01-05
    • UA104 Photographic Prints Collection
    • Music Building (Old) in January 5, 1927. Photograph by Wm. A Roberts Film Co.

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