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    • A boot's eye-view [circa 1944]

    • 1944
    • WV0345 Virgilia Williams Papers, 1942 - 1945
    • Orientation book for WAVES recruits "boots" entering the U.S. Naval Training School at Hunter College, New York, during World War II. Included are photos of officers and information on barracks life, meals, uniforms, exercise, drills, classes,...
    • [Erma Hughes Kirkpatrick at religion building, circa 1945]

    • 1945
    • WV0213 Erma Hughes Kirkpatrick Papers
    • Erma Hughes Kirkpatrick, in dress blue uniform, poses beside a sign identifying a department "Of Religion," circa 1945. The sign appears to contain some of the 1937 quote from Nazi Minister of Church Affairs Hanns Kerrl that "Adolf Hitler is the...
    • Smartest woman of the year! [1951]

    • 1951-08-20
    • WV0002 Women Veterans General Printed Materials and Video Recordings Collection
    • Small blue-and-black pamphlet encourages women to serve in the U.S. Air Force. Includes description of qualifications; jobs being performed by WAFs; educational opportunities; off-duty activities; religion; pay; and uniforms.
    • [Faculty Minutes]

    • 1953-09-12
    • Guilford College Faculty Minutes
    • This minute from the September 12, 1953 Guilford College faculty meeting describes religion Professor Floyd Moore's appeal to the faculty to go on record as being willing to admit an African American girl to the college.
    • Community approach to better human relations

    • 1954-12-21
    • RL.01210 Benjamin Lee Smith Papers
    • This is a transcript of a speech on desegregation given by Dr. Gordon W. Lovejoy to the Greensboro Community Council, on December 21, 1954. Lovejoy was a visiting sociology professor at Guilford College and taught classes at Greensboro College at...
    • The church and desegregation centenary

    • 1955-03-13
    • RL.01210 Benjamin Lee Smith Papers
    • This speech titled "The Church and Desegregation" was delivered by Greensboro City Schools Superintendent Benjamin L. Smith to Centenary United Methodist Church in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, on March 13, 1955. In this presentation, Smith...
    • [Editorial from "The Tad"]

    • 1959
    • Tad
    • This editorial, written by the staff of the Guilford College Literary Society and published in their periodical, The Tad, in the Spring of 1959 questioned the policies of the College with respect to the issue of integration. These students offered...
    • Around the Cracker Barrel

    • 1960-09-23
    • Collegian (Civil Rights Clippings)
    • This September 23, 1960 op-ed article in The Collegian, Greensboro College's student newspaper, gives Ed Bryant's views on the Kennedy administration, labor, the Democratic Party's stance on civil rights, and religion. Between 1960 and 1961, Mr....
    • [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...
    • [Letter from Lurlene Barnhardt to UNCG Chancellor Ferguson]

    • 1970-06
    • UA2.8 Chancellor James Sharbrough Ferguson Records
    • This letter from Lurlene Barnhardt to UNCG Chancellor James S. Ferguson offers some background reading in race relations. At the request of the Western North Carolina Conference of the United Methodist Church, Barnhardt and Ferguson served on a...
    • Black power and white response

    • 1970-06
    • UA2.8 Chancellor James Sharbrough Ferguson Records
    • This copy of Robert Hamill's sermon entitled "Black Power and White Response" was sent to UNCG Chancellor James S. Ferguson by Lurlene Barnhardt around June 1970. It was originally preached on February 16, 1969, to the congregation of Marsh Chapel...
    • [Position paper on racism]

    • 1970-07
    • UA2.8 Chancellor James Sharbrough Ferguson Records
    • In July 1970, the Program Council of the Western North Carolina Conference of the United Methodist Church sponsored a conference on race relations and religion held at North Carolina A&T State University. The Program Council set up black and white...
    • [Memo from J. Clay Madison to members of the Commission on Religion and Race]

    • 1970-07
    • UA2.8 Chancellor James Sharbrough Ferguson Records
    • This memo from J. Clay Madison was sent to members of the Western North Carolina Conference of the United Methodist Church's newly formed Commission on Religion and Race. UNCG Chancellor James S. Ferguson served on this commission during the...
    • Racism and social revolution

    • 1970-07-23
    • UA2.8 Chancellor James Sharbrough Ferguson Records
    • In July 1970, the Program Council of the Western North Carolina Conference of the United Methodist Church sponsored a conference on race relations and religion held at North Carolina A&T State University. The Program Council set up black and white...
    • Oral History Interview with Robert Ford by William Chafe

    • 1977-06-17
    • RL.00207 William Henry Chafe Oral History Collection
    • This June 17, 1977, oral history interview conducted by William Chafe with Robert Ford documents Ford's work for equality in employment and education through the American Friends Service Committee in Greensboro, North Carolina. Ford recalls hiring...
    • He Treads Softly When Dealing With Klansmen

    • 1982-10-21
    • MSS091 Edward F. Burrows Papers, 1948-1982
    • This October 21, 1982, column by The [Winston-Salem] Sentinel religion reporter Virtie Stroup discusses one Lutheran minister's response to having Ku Klux Klan members in his church. The Reverend Brady Faggart of Greensboro noted that church policy...
    • Oral history interview with Mary Cugini Necko, 1999

    • 1999-06-17
    • WV0094 Mary Cugini Necko Papers
    • Primarily documents Mary Cugini Necko's early life in Massachusetts; her experiences with the Marine Corps Women's Reserve from 1944 to 1946; and her life in the years following World War II.


      Necko discusses going on welfare during the...

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