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    • [Article on East Greensboro druggists]

    • 2003
    • CC026 Walter Lewis McNair Collection [Personal Collection]
    • This article discusses various druggists and drugstores in East Greensboro, including W.L. McNair.
    • [Captain Westray Battle Boyce, 1943]

    • 1943
    • WV0472 Westray Battle Boyce Papers, 1943-1975
    • Left to right: Mrs. W. L. Lambert (Julia Ross, Woman's College (now UNCG) class of 1924), President of the Alumnae Association; Captain Westray Battle Boyce, WAC Staff Director for the Fourth Services Command; Walter Clinton Jackson, Woman's...
    • [Greensboro African-American doctors]

    • 1940
    • Mss. Coll. 211 Dr. George H. Evans Papers
    • Greensboro's African American physicians in the 1940s. Left-right: Dr. Frank Davis, Dr. J. R. Hawkins, a 1911 Leonard graduate; Dr. W.L.T. Miller, Dr. George Evans, who resides todays in Greensboro; Dr. Charles C. Stewart, Dr. William Jenkins,...
    • [Letter from Burlington Mayor W.L. Beamon to Grimsley Hobbs]

    • 1970-03-19
    • MS416 Grimsley Hobbs Papers
    • In this letter to Guilford College President Grimsley Hobbs, Burlington mayor W.L. Beamon criticizes Guilford College's response to black students' demands in a recent campus protest. These demands include a minimum grade requirement of "C," a...
    • [Page from Sanborn fire insurance survey]

    • 1910
    • CC026 Walter Lewis McNair Collection [Personal Collection]
    • This page depicts the 100 block of Fayetteville Street in Greensboro (later Asheboro Street, and still later Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive). W.L. McNair's business was first located at 106 Fayetteville Street.
    • Oral history interview with Hobart Jarrett by Eugene Pfaff

    • 1980
    • OH001 Greensboro Voices Collection
    • In this transcript of an oral history interview conducted circa 1980 by Eugene Pfaff with Hobart Jarrett, Jarrett primarily describes the efforts to desegregate the Woolworth's lunch counter and Meyer's Tea Room in Greensboro in the early 1960s. He...

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