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    • Remains of Henry K. Burtner to arrive home this morning

    • 1918
    • Guilford Vertical Files (Greensboro Public Library)
    • A news clipping about Henry K. Burtner who was killed in France on June 26, 1918, and the arrival of body back home in Greensboro. Burtner was the first Greensboro based soldier to be killed in World War I.
    • 1930 Jan-Mar [Catherine Cox letters]

    • 1930
    • MS501 Catherine Cox Letters
    • This folder contains letters from Catherine Cox to her family, though chiefly to her parents. They detail her experiences at Guilford College. Of note is mention of a crazy man living in the woods (he "sicced" his dog on Catherine and her friends...
    • [DAR scrapbook, 1944]

    • 1944
    • DAR Scrapbooks Collection
    • This scrapbook is a month by month collection of newspaper articles from 1944 collected by the Greensboro Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution. This volume thoroughly recognizes the achievements and tragedies of men and women in the...
    • [Video: George Preddy visits Greensboro, 1944]

    • 1944-08
    • Mss. Coll. 32 George Preddy Papers
    • This color 16mm film of Major Geroge Preddy’s last visit home to Greensboro, in late August and September 1944, includes a lighthearted view of Preddy at home on Park Avenue in 1944 with his mother, driving an antique car (owned by Edgar Knees,...
    • [Letter from Annie Pozyck to her parents, 1945]

    • 1945-06-01
    • WV0333 Annie Pozyck Papers
    • Pozyck discusses a nice dinner aboard a hospital ship and a party at an island Officers' Club. She also discusses news that her former commanding officer had been killed by the Japanese and writes of her latest correspondence and social activities.
    • [Letter from Annie Pozyck to her parents, 1945]

    • 1945-07-18
    • WV0333 Annie Pozyck Papers
    • Pozyck hasn't had mail for three days, but has heard news of men killed in action. She also mentions a visit from a doctor who taught Pozyck in basic training.
    • W.C. informer [number 5]

    • 1946-03-17
    • UA108.2 University Archives Subject Files
    • The fifth issue of W.C. Informer discusses an incident in Columbia, Tennessee, in which a black veteran and a white fought over an insult to the veteran's mother. Afterward, a group of fifty to seventy-five whites stormed the jail and roamed the...
    • 312th Evacuation Hospital in Chu Lai, Vietnam, after being hit by a rocket

    • 1969-06-09
    • WV0582 "BJ" Kramer Papers
    • 9 June 1969, the 74th Medical Battalion reported a rocket hit between Wards 4a and 4b of the 312th Evacuation Hospital in Chu Lai, Vietnam. The explosion killed two and wounded twenty-seven U.S. and Vietnamese personnel (see the 67th Medical Group...
    • [Nathaniel A. Nkanta]

    • 1970
    • Greensboro College Yearbook Collection (Civil Rights Clippings)
    • This photograph of Nathaniel A. Nkanta appeared in Greensboro College's 1970 yearbook, The Echo. Nathaniel A. Nkanta became Greensboro College's first black graduate in May of 1971. Mr. Nkanta was originally from Nigeria. In late 1968, Nkanta was...
    • [Statement on the shootings]

    • 1979
    • UA.29.02.0130 Sydney Nathans Papers
    • This undated statement expresses "outrage and sorrow" over the deaths of the five Communist Workers Party members killed in Greensboro at the November 3, 1979 Death to the Klan march. The statement criticizes the Greensboro police, the media...
    • Day the National Guard Swept A&T's Scott Hall

    • 1979-05-20
    • MSS141 Clarence Lee Harris Papers, circa 1916-1997
    • In this May 20, 1979 Greensboro Daily News article, David Newton recalls the National Guard raid on Scott Hall on the North Carolina A&T State University (A&T) campus during protests in 1969. Newton writes of the death of student Willie Grimes...
    • MASS MEETING: to continue our fight to smash the klan!

    • 1979-07
    • RL.00134 Blanche M. Boyd Papers
    • This flyer promotes a July 21, 1979 anti-Klan meeting in China Grove, NC, following an altercation on July 8 at the China Grove town hall between members of the Ku Klux Klan (KKK) and area civil rights activists. The flyer asserts that the Klan was...
    • Landis: The Klan Tries to Rebuild its Shattered Image

    • 1979-09
    • RL.00134 Blanche M. Boyd Papers
    • This flyer, produced by the Workers Viewpoint Organization (later known as the Communist Workers Party), promotes an Anti-Klan Conference to be held November 3, 1979, in Greensboro, NC, and references an earlier altercation between Workers...
    • [Map of Funeral March Route]

    • 1979-11
    • Misc. Coll. -- James A. Armfield Papers
    • This unidentified map appears to be marked to indicate the route of a march and demonstration held November 11, 1973, to coincide with funeral services for four of the five Communist Workers Party members killed at the Death to the Klan march on...
    • Avenge the murder of the CWP 5

    • 1979-11
    • Prints and Drawings
    • This large newsprint poster announces a march and demonstration held November 11, 1979, to coincide with funeral services for four of the five Communist Workers Party (CWP) members killed at the Death to the Klan march on November 3, 1979. The CWP...
    • Turn Grief Into Strength! Avenge the CWP 5!

    • 1979-11
    • UA.29.02.0130 Sydney Nathans Papers
    • This flyer, issued by the Communist Workers Party (CWP), and dating from early November, 1979, urges attendance at a protest march to be held November 11 in Greensboro. The flyer includes accusations of a conspiracy involving the FBI and the US...
    • Klan Activity Up Throughout South

    • 1979-11-04
    • Misc. Coll. -- James A. Armfield Papers
    • In this November 4, 1979, article from the Greensboro Daily News, staff writer Brent Hackney reports on the rise of Ku Klux Klan (KKK) activity in the south in the face of the November 3, 1979, Death to the Klan rally, at which five members if the...
    • WVO In Struggles For 'Oppressed People'

    • 1979-11-04
    • Misc. Coll. -- James A. Armfield Papers
    • In this November 4, 1979, article from the Greensboro Daily News, staff writer Greg Lewis presents backround on the Workers Viewpoint Organization (WVO), originally named the Communist Workers Party (CWP). The group organized a November 3, 1979,...
    • Ended In Death For Demonstrators

    • 1979-11-04
    • Misc. Coll. -- James A. Armfield Papers
    • This November 4, 1979, photo essay from the Greensboro Daily News, includes photographs taken by staff photographers Don Davis and Jim Straford during and after the November 3, 1979, Death to the Klan rally, at which five members of the Communist...

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