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    • ["The Ray" Newspaper, Boston Theatre, "Rip Van Winkle"]

    • 1875-05-12
    • MSS255 Robert C. Hansen Performing Arts Collection
    • "The Ray" newspaper, dated 12 May 1875, a publication of the Boston Theatre. This newspaper is printed on one large sheet of thin paper and folded in half to be four pages long. The cover page advertises that evening's performance of "Rip Van...
    • The shootings and after: A CWP response

    • 1980-03-30
    • MSS084 Robert W. Watson Papers, 1948-1980
    • A letter from Signe Waller published in the Viewpoint section of the Greensboro News & Record, on March 30, 1980. The letter is in regards to an essay by Robert Watson on the murder of five members of the Communist Workers Party at the Death to the...
    • The Piedmont Hospital for Africa project

    • 1967-05
    • Cone 10081 Robert L. Phillips Collection, 1890s-2003
    • A pamphlet describing a program to send the entire set of medical equipment of Piedmont Memorial Hospital to a new hospital or existant hospitals in the Namweras region of Malawi.
    • [Interior of Aycock Auditorium]

    • 1930
    • UA110 Postcards Collection
    • An interior postcard photograph of Aycock Auditorium as viewed from the stage looking out on rows of empty seats, circa 1930. Created by The Albertype Co., Brooklyn, N.Y.
    • [Architect's drawing of Aycock Auditorium]

    • 1922
    • UA104 Photographic Prints Collection
    • Architect Harry Barton's drawing of Aycock Auditorium in 1922. Aycock Auditorium, designed by Harry Barton, of Greensboro, North Carolina, was opened in 1927. It was named in honor of North Carolina Governor Charles B. Aycock in 1928. Since its...
    • [Aycock Auditorium]

    • 1950
    • UA104 Photographic Prints Collection
    • Captioned photograph of the south side of Aycock Auditorium, circa 1950. The caption reads "We take a seat at the gas station across the street (itself a nice piece of architecture) and rest our eyes upon AYCOCK AUDITORIUM. Our trip is not yet...
    • [Theater seats in Aycock Auditorium]

    • Undated
    • UA104 Photographic Prints Collection
    • Close up photograph of the design on end of a row of theater seats in the the auditorium.
    • Displays at Cheap Joe's Texas Jeans store

    • 1985
    • CC021 David Gwynn [Personal collection]
    • Clothing displays at Cheap Joe's Texas Jeans, a chain of stores that operated in North and South Carolina. The Carolina Circle Mall store closed around 1988, and the entire mall has since been demolished.
    • Displays at Cheap Joe's Texas Jeans store

    • 1985
    • CC021 David Gwynn [Personal collection]
    • Clothing displays at Cheap Joe's Texas Jeans, a chain of stores that operated in North and South Carolina. The Carolina Circle Mall store closed around 1988, and the entire mall has since been demolished.
    • Displays at Cheap Joe's Texas Jeans store

    • 1985
    • CC021 David Gwynn [Personal collection]
    • Clothing displays at Cheap Joe's Texas Jeans, a chain of stores that operated in North and South Carolina. The Carolina Circle Mall store closed around 1988, and the entire mall has since been demolished.
    • Displays at Cheap Joe's Texas Jeans store

    • 1985
    • CC021 David Gwynn [Personal collection]
    • Clothing displays at Cheap Joe's Texas Jeans, a chain of stores that operated in North and South Carolina. The Carolina Circle Mall store closed around 1988, and the entire mall has since been demolished.
    • Displays at Cheap Joe's Texas Jeans store

    • 1985
    • CC021 David Gwynn [Personal collection]
    • Clothing displays at Cheap Joe's Texas Jeans, a chain of stores that operated in North and South Carolina. The Carolina Circle Mall store closed around 1988, and the entire mall has since been demolished.
    • [Aycock Auditorium]

    • 1930
    • UA110 Postcards Collection
    • Colorized postcard image of Aycock Auditorium, circa 1930. The inscription on the postcard reads, "Auditorium N.C.C.W., Greensboro N.C."
    • [Columns of Aycock Auditorium]

    • Undated
    • UA104 Photographic Prints Collection
    • Columns and pediment of the auditorium pictured from below.
    • [Aycock Auditorium under construction-24]

    • 1923
    • UA104 Photographic Prints Collection
    • Construction of Aycock Auditorium in 1923-34. Aycock Auditorium, designed by Harry Barton, of Greensboro, North Carolina, was opened in 1927. It was named in honor of North Carolina Governor Charles B. Aycock in 1928. Since its opening, the...

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