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    • ["The Emperor Jones"]

    • 1976
    • Greensboro College Yearbook Collection (Civil Rights Clippings)
    • This photograph appeared in Greensboro College's 1976 yearbook, The Echo and shows the play "The Emperor Jones." This was the first play at Greensboro College to feature African American student actors and focus on African American themes.
    • [A Group of Folk Dancers]

    • 1933
    • Photo Collection -- Art Shop
    • A group of six girls in folk dancing costumes pose as part of the Greensboro College for Women May Day celebrations.
    • [Annual sermon program, 1902]

    • 1902-05-20
    • Guilford Vertical Files (Greensboro Public Library)
    • A 1902 program for Greensboro Female College’s Annual Sermon which was given by Reverend T. F. Marr of Charlotte, North Carolina. Includes several psalm lyrics.
    • [Annual sermon program, 1911]

    • 1911-05-14
    • Guilford Vertical Files (Greensboro Public Library)
    • A program for Greensboro Female College’s 1911 Baccalaureate Sermon which was given by Reverend J. W. Daniel of Columbia, South Carolina. Includes several psalm lyrics.
    • [Annual sermon program, 1913]

    • 1913-05-25
    • Guilford Vertical Files (Greensboro Public Library)
    • A program for Greensboro Female College’s 1913 Baccalaureate Sermon which was given by Bishop Collins Denny.
    • [Annual sermon program, 1914]

    • 1914-05-24
    • Guilford Vertical Files (Greensboro Public Library)
    • A program for Greensboro Female College’s 1914 Baccalaureate Sermon which was given by Reverend L. P. Howard of Durham, North Carolina.
    • [Bill McClain]

    • 1975
    • Greensboro College Yearbook Collection (Civil Rights Clippings)
    • This photograph of senior photograph of William "Bill" McClain appeared in Greensboro College's 1975 yearbook, The Echo. Bill McClain helped found the school's United Afro-American Society (UAAS), played and coached Greensboro College basketball,...
    • [Certificate recital program]

    • 1906-05-14
    • Guilford Vertical Files (Greensboro Public Library)
    • Program of a 1906 certificate recital for three graduating Greensboro Female College students Helen C. Chaffin, Bertha Dalton, and Hattie Jackson.
    • [Dancer on May Day]

    • 1933
    • Photo Collection -- Art Shop
    • One of the dancers dressed in a Spanish style costume for the May Day celebration at Greensboro College for Women.
    • [Dancer on May Day]

    • 1933
    • Photo Collection -- Art Shop
    • One of the dancers dressed in a Spanish style costume for the May Day celebration at Greensboro College for Women.
    • [Dancers on May Day]

    • 1933
    • Photo Collection -- Art Shop
    • Five ladies in costume dance for the May Day court at Greensboro College for Women.
    • [Dancing Around the May Pole]

    • 1933
    • Photo Collection -- Art Shop
    • Young ladies in floral dresses dance around the May Pole as part of the May Day celebrations at Greensboro College for Women.
    • [Dancing Around the May Pole]

    • 1933
    • Photo Collection -- Art Shop
    • Young ladies dance around the May Pole as part of the May Day celebrations at Greensboro College for Women.
    • [Deloris Gilchrist]

    • 1976
    • Greensboro College Yearbook Collection (Civil Rights Clippings)
    • This photograph of Deloris Gilchrist appeared in Greensboro College's 1976 yearbook, The Echo. Gilchrist became Greensboro College's first African American Homecoming Queen in 1976.
    • [Engraving of Greensboro Female College]

    • 1885
    • Guilford Vertical Files (Greensboro Public Library)
    • An 1885 engraving of Greensboro Female College along with a clipping featuring that same image with a partly torn statement by President T. M. Jones.
    • [Fred Davie]

    • 1978
    • Greensboro College Yearbook Collection (Civil Rights Clippings)
    • This photograph of Fred Davie appeared in Greensboro College's 1978 yearbook, The Echo. Davie became the first African American Student Government Association (SGA) president at Greensboro College in 1978.

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