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    • The reader

    • 1836
    • Lois Lenski Collection of Early American Children's Literature
    • 8 p. : ill. ; 11 cm. Cover title and imprint. Caption title from p. [1] of text: The reader, or, The pleasure of being able to read. ""Printed by Wm. Tyler, 5, Bolt-court, London""--Outer upper wrapper. Undated. Printer William Tyler active at this...
    • [Group of men and boys]

    • 1890-1910
    • Photo Collection -- Bernard M. Cone Photograph Albums
    • A group of men and boys, probably workers and children of the mill, pose outdoors in front of a fence.
    • [Group photo on Campus, Early 1890s]

    • 1890-1894
    • UA104 Photographic Prints Collection
    • A group of seven women pose for a photo on the steps on a porch. (Caption on back: 1. 2. Alice Mullins 3. Myrtle Scarboro 4. 5. Annie Gash 6. 7. Most probably taken on the steps of old Guilford Residence Hall.
    • [WAVES marching, circa 1944]

    • 1944
    • WV0273 Sylvia K. Swink Papers
    • A unit of WAVES marches in formation, probably at Hunter College, New York, in 1944. The WAVES wear the gray and white seersucker work uniform and service cap with white cover.
    • [WAACs parade past barracks, 1943]

    • 1943
    • WV0035 Dorothy Farrington Gribble Papers
    • A WAAC unit, lead by an all-male band, marches in a parade past barracks, probably at Fort Oglethorpe, Georgia, in 1943.
    • [WAC on mail duty, circa 1943]

    • 1943
    • WV0253 Marcelle Fischer Papers, 1935-1961, 1990
    • A WAC stands with a U.S. Mail bag while looking at letters pulled from the mail drop, circa 1943. The photo was probably taken at the Rapid City Army Air Base in South Dakota.
    • [Therese M. Lambert at bivouac, circa 1952]

    • 1952
    • WV0469 Therese M. Lambert Oral History
    • A WAC, probably Therese M. Lambert, stands outside "Tent No. 8" during a bivouac exercise near Heidelberg, Germany. She is dressed in a WAC shirtwaist with an unidentified armband and khaki slacks.
    • [Aerial view of campus]

    • 1950
    • UA104 Photographic Prints Collection
    • Aerial view of campus, probably late 1940s or early 1950s. Pictured are the Library, the Quadrangle, and the Science Building.
    • [Aerial view of campus]

    • 1975
    • UA104 Photographic Prints Collection
    • Aerial view, probably mid to late 1970s, showing Jackson Library tower, Elliott University Center, and the Mossman Building.
    • [African American ANC nurse, circa 1943]

    • 1943
    • WV0257 Sammie M. Rice Papers
    • An unidentified army nurse poses outside a building, probably at Fort Bragg, N.C., in the ANC beige summer uniform, circa 1943.
    • [Three African American ANC nurses, circa 1943]

    • 1943
    • WV0257 Sammie M. Rice Papers
    • Army nurses Sammie M. Rice (left), an unidentified woman (center), and Gertrude Marguerite Bertram (right) stand with one another, probably at Fort Bragg, N.C., circa 1943. Rice wears a blue service uniforms with a 1st pattern service hat, Betram...
    • UNCG adds sound to local airwaves

    • 1964
    • UA51.41 WUAG Records
    • Article, probably from the Greensboro Daily News or the Greensboro Record in 1964, discussing updates at WUAG including an proposed increase from 10 to 3000 watts and a change in the physical location of the studios.
    • [Nurse and child at St. Leo's Hospital]

    • 1948-08-23
    • Martin Studio Collection
    • August 23, 1948. 3 p.m. Shot of woman standing beside bed of young girl, probably a cancer patient, at St. Leo's Hospital, which stood at Summit and Bessemer Avenues.
    • [Nurse and child at St. Leo's Hospital]

    • 1948-08-23
    • Martin Studio Collection
    • August 23, 1948. 3 p.m. Shot of young nurse standing beside bed of young girl, probably a cancer patient, at St. Leo's Hospital, which stood at Summit and Bessemer Avenues.
    • [Letter from Dorothy Avery to Finnigan, Jan. 1944]

    • 1944-01
    • WV0204 Dorothy Avery Papers
    • Avery, probably responding to the Battle of Bulge, writes of her excitement over the possibility that the war will soon be over. She describes what it will be like to become re-accustomed to civilian life for herself and servicemen.

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