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  • Description: Parkway
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    • [Betty Wiker by military vehicle at Camp Simms, 1943]

    • 1943-03-15
    • WV0428 Betty Etten Wiker Papers
    • Betty Etten Wiker stands beside an army jeep in her Women's Army Auxiliary Corps (WAAC) driver's uniform at Camp Simms [a.k.a Oxon Run Parkway], Washington D.C., on 15 March 1943. The vehicle is either a Willys MB or Ford GPW. A note on the back...
    • [Taylor Building Construction]

    • 1966-10
    • UA104 Photographic Prints Collection
    • Construction of the Taylor Building as seen from across Tate Street in October 1966.
    • [Eleanor Rigney and fellow WAVE, circa 1944]

    • 1944
    • WV0101 Eleanor Rigney Papers
    • Eleanor Rigney (left) and Esther Samuelson Derthick (right) stand beside the Blue Ridge Parkway near Asheville, circa 1944. Both wear the dress blue WAVES uniform, Rigney with enlisted brimmed hat with blue cover, and Derthick with garrison cap.
    • Oral history interview with Herman Middleton, 1990 [text/print transcript]

    • 1990-02-19
    • OH003 UNCG Centennial Oral History Project
    • Herman Middleton (1925- ) came to Woman's College of the University of North Carolina, now The University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG) in 1956 and served as head of the Department of Drama and Speech until 1974. He retired in 1990 as...
    • Vintage McDonald's location in Winston-Salem

    • 1981-04-11
    • CC021 David Gwynn [Personal collection]
    • McDonald's on Corporaion Parkway (now Silas Creek Parkway) in Winston-Salem. This was the last original ""golden arches"" format location in the Triad. It was torn down in the 1980s.
    • Vintage McDonald's location in Winston-Salem

    • 1981-04-11
    • CC021 David Gwynn [Personal collection]
    • McDonald's on Corporaion Parkway (now Silas Creek Parkway) in Winston-Salem. This was the last original ""golden arches"" format location in the Triad. It was torn down in the 1980s.
    • Vintage McDonald's location in Winston-Salem

    • 1981-04-11
    • CC021 David Gwynn [Personal collection]
    • McDonald's on Corporaion Parkway (now Silas Creek Parkway) in Winston-Salem. This was the last original ""golden arches"" format location in the Triad. It was torn down in the 1980s.
    • Vintage McDonald's location in Winston-Salem

    • 1981-04-11
    • CC021 David Gwynn [Personal collection]
    • McDonald's on Corporaion Parkway (now Silas Creek Parkway) in Winston-Salem. This was the last original ""golden arches"" format location in the Triad. It was torn down in the 1980s.
    • Vintage McDonald's location in Winston-Salem

    • 1981-04-11
    • CC021 David Gwynn [Personal collection]
    • McDonald's on Corporaion Parkway (now Silas Creek Parkway) in Winston-Salem. This was the last original ""golden arches"" format location in the Triad. It was torn down in the 1980s.
    • [Taylor Building]

    • 1967
    • UA104 Photographic Prints Collection
    • Photograph of the Taylor Buidling as seen from Tate Street in 1967.
    • [Taylor Building]

    • 1995
    • UA104 Photographic Prints Collection
    • Photograph of the Taylor Building with three banners, the middle one being an advertisement for the play "Our Town".
    • [Taylor Building]

    • 1986-01
    • UA103 Negatives Collection
    • Seats in the auditorium of the Taylor Theatre pictured in January 1986. The Taylor Building, usually called “Taylor Theatre,” was designed by J. Hyatt Hammond of Greensboro, North Carolina, and was opened in 1967. The building was named in...
    • [Parkway Playhouse]

    • 1950
    • UA110 Postcards Collection
    • This color photograph shows the Parkway Playhouse in Burnsville, North Carolina, circa 1950. The postcard was created by W.M. Cline Co., Asheville, N.C. Photograph by Jack W. Bowers.
    • [Taylor Building]

    • 1986-02
    • UA104 Photographic Prints Collection
    • This February 1986 photograph shows the Taylor Building.
    • [Back of Taylor Building during construction]

    • 1966-10
    • UA104 Photographic Prints Collection
    • This October 1966 photograph shows the back of the Taylor Building during its construction. A small portion of the McIver Building is visible to the left.
    • [Taylor Building Lobby]

    • 1967-02
    • UA104 Photographic Prints Collection
    • This photograph shows the lobby with the staircases at the entrance of the Taylor Building in February 1967.
    • [Taylor Building]

    • 1995
    • UA106 Slides Collection
    • This photograph shows the Taylor Building with the Brown Music Building to the right. The Taylor Building, usually called “Taylor Theatre,” was designed by J. Hyatt Hammond of Greensboro, North Carolina, and was opened in 1967. The building was...
    • [UNCG Theatre oversize scrapbook, 1978-1979]

    • 1978-1979
    • UA111 University Archives Scrapbook Collection
    • This scrapbook, created by representatives of the Department of Communication and Theatre at The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, relates to the activities, events, and productions held by the department from 1978-1979. Included are a...
    • [UNCG Theatre oversize scrapbook, 1982-1986]

    • 1982-1986
    • UA111 University Archives Scrapbook Collection
    • This scrapbook, created by representatives of the Department of Communication and Theatre at The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, relates to the activities, events, and productions held by the department from 1982-1986. Scrapbook...

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