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    • [Hyla Cundiff and Yvonne Johnson]

    • Undated
    • CC012 Fred and Hyla Bynum Cundiff Collection [Personal Collection]
    • Hyla Cundiff poses with Yvonne Johnson, the first African American Mayor of Greensboro, North Carolina
    • 60th anniversary and 33rd recognition awards banquet

    • 1999-10-31
    • CC025 T.O. Stokes, Jr,. Collection [Personal Collection]
    • This 60th Anniversary of the Greensboro Men's Club program features a birds-eye view of the newly renovated Hayes-Taylor YMCA, located at 1101 East Market Street. There are messages from Executive Director Thomas J. Scott, Jr., and Board Chairman...
    • [Dr. George H. Evans]

    • 1948-09-28
    • Martin Studio Collection
    • Dr. George Harrison Evans came to Martin's on September 28, 1948. After obtaining his medical degree from Meharry Medical College and serving his residency at the Polyclinic Hospital in New York City, Evans began practicing medicine in Greensboro...
    • [Polio hospital trustees]

    • 1949-12-15
    • Martin Studio Collection
    • December 15, 1949. 12:30 p.m. Photo of the hospital trustees, according to the assignment card. C.M. Vanstory, who had recently served as mayor, is in the center of the back row, and part of the "Central Carolina Convalesent Hospital" sign is...
    • After Violence, Community Leaders Ask For Calm

    • 1979-11-04
    • Misc. Coll. -- James A. Armfield Papers
    • In this November 4, 1979, article from the Greensboro Daily News, staff writer Linsey Gruson reports on calls for calm by Greensboro leaders following the November 3, 1979, Death to the Klan rally, at which five members if the Communist Workers...
    • Why was this city picked for battleground?

    • 1979-11-05
    • Misc. Coll. -- James A. Armfield Papers
    • This November 5, 1979, article by Jim Schlosser of the Greensboro Record discusses community reaction and raises the question of why Greensboro became the site of the shooting of five members of the Communist Workers Party (CWP) at an anti-Klan...
    • [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...
    • Recognition Day -- Miscellaneous 2 [McDaniel Lewis papers]

    • 1946
    • Mss. Coll. 41 McDaniel Lewis Papers
    • The material in this folder provides general information about the organization of Recognition Day and offers a behind-the-scenes view of event requirements. Greensboro Mayor C. M. Vanstory, Jr.’s proclamation of the event is included. A script...
    • Recognition Day -- Replies to Invitations [McDaniel Lewis papers]

    • 1946
    • Mss. Coll. 41 McDaniel Lewis Papers
    • This folder includes copies of invitations from Ralph L. Lewis, Chairman of the Special Guest Committee, to various notable individuals; moreover, replies to the invitations are also included. Listed in the correspondence are: Maj. Gen. S. E....
    • Recognition Day -- Replies to Invitations [McDaniel Lewis papers]

    • 1946
    • Mss. Coll. 41 McDaniel Lewis Papers
    • This folder contains replies to the invitations extended by Ralph L. Lewis, Chairman of the Special Guest Committee. Notable individuals listed in the correspondence are: Brig. Gen. James W. Jenkins, J. Van Lindley, Maj. Gen. John H. Manning, Roy...
    • Political gains, but not power

    • 1987-12
    • MSS141 Clarence Lee Harris Papers, circa 1916-1997
    • This late 1987 article by Kimberly McLarin of the Greensboro News & Record was the third in a December, 1987, four-part series on race relations in Greensboro (entitled "Two Worlds: Black & White") and focuses both on positive changes and aspects...
    • Social Activists Turn Up Heat

    • 1980-11
    • MSS141 Clarence Lee Harris Papers, circa 1916-1997
    • In this Greensboro Daily News article, Jack Scism and William March discusses the not guilty verdicts in the Klan/Nazis trial regarding the murders of five Communist Workers Party members at the Death to the Klan march in Greensboro, on November 3,...
    • Ministers Forum Supports Strike by Blind Workers

    • 1970-11-19
    • MSS141 Clarence Lee Harris Papers, circa 1916-1997
    • In this November 19, 1970 Greensboro Daily News article, W. K. Lee Jr. reports on the Greensboro Ministers Pulpit Forum's support of the workers strike at Industries of the Blind due to poor conditions at the factory where "workers are subjected to...
    • Jesse Jackson: The condition of Black America

    • 1984-02-06
    • MSS141 Clarence Lee Harris Papers, circa 1916-1997
    • North Carolina A&T State University alumnus Jesse Jackson, then the director of Operation PUSH and a N.C. A&T trustee, offers a question & answer interview to the Greensboro Daily News and discusses contemporary race relations and, in particular,...
    • No One Voice Speaks for Black Greensboro

    • 1980-11-26
    • MSS141 Clarence Lee Harris Papers, circa 1916-1997
    • In this November 26, 1980 Greensboro Daily News article, Scott Shane reports on the existence of "two worlds" in Greensboro, one black and one white. Shane writes that many black citizens feel Greensboro continues to be run by a few large...

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