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    • Robinson Crusoe in words of one syllable [binding]

    • 1882
    • Early Juvenile Literature Collection
    • Yellowish-gray calico-texture cloth; two men wearing furs carrying various weapons in dark brown, white, peach, red, blue, and grayish-olive green, lettering above and below in gilt and dark brown; two florets and lettering on spine in gilt.
    • W. V. her book, and various verses [binding]

    • 1897
    • Charles M. Adams American Trade Bindings Collection
    • Yellowish white (C92) paper over boards; color lithographed panel with figure of a girl, flowers and stream on front and back covers; bluish green spine with orange lettering; t.e.g., untrimmed. Unsigned, designed by J.H. Twachtman.
    • Current Opinion

    • 1954-12-03
    • Collegian (Civil Rights Clippings)
    • Written on the heels of the US Supreme Court decision in Brown v. the Board of Education, this December 3, 1954 op-ed article published in the Greensboro College student newspaper, The Collegian, reflects the opinions of Greensboro College students...
    • [Women of Kunsan Air Force Base, 1986]

    • 1986
    • WV0277 Barbara A. Kucharczyk Papers, 1977-2003
    • Women of Kunsan AFB, 1986. A first for the air force, a maintenance squadron commander and four maintenance supervisors in one Fighter Wing. Kucharczyk is second from right.
    • [Review for General Littleton Waller, 1944]

    • 1944-08-30
    • WV0043 Audrey Knyrim Mattern Papers
    • Women Marines stand at parade rest while waiting for review by General Littleton W. T. Waller, Jr, on August 30, 1944. Eleven rows of Women Marines can be seen, all wearing their white summer uniforms and hats.
    • [Women Marines marching to work, 1944]

    • 1944-06
    • WV0043 Audrey Knyrim Mattern Papers
    • Women Marines march to work in their white summer uniforms, passing through the gated fence at Henderson Hall in Arlington, Virginia, in June of 1944.
    • [End of the war watermelon party, 1945]

    • 1945-08
    • WV0043 Audrey Knyrim Mattern Papers
    • Women Marines eat watermelon at tables during a party celebrating the end of war in August 1945. The party-goers wear various types of clothing at the outdoor event, where trashcans overflow with watermelon rinds.
    • [Women Marines at Mt. Vernon, 1943]

    • 1943-10
    • WV0043 Audrey Knyrim Mattern Papers
    • Women Marines Betty Falbrecht, Jo Kasar, Betty Eichert, and Audrey Knyrim pose seated in front of Mount Vernon's plantation house in October 1943.
    • [Winona Franklin Walker, circa 1945]

    • 1945
    • WV0284 Winona Franklin Walker Collection, 1945-1964, 2003
    • Winona Franklin Walker poses on an army base, circa 1945. She wears the Army Special Services light blue dress uniform and cap with half-moon Army Hostess and Librarian service patch.
    • [Winona Franklin Walker, circa 1945]

    • 1945
    • WV0284 Winona Franklin Walker Collection, 1945-1964, 2003
    • Winona Franklin Walker poses beside a building, circa 1945. She wears the Army Special Services light blue uniform and cap with half-moon Army Hostess and Librarian service patch.
    • [Winona Franklin Walker, circa 1945]

    • 1945
    • WV0284 Winona Franklin Walker Collection, 1945-1964, 2003
    • Winona Franklin Walker poses beside a building, circa 1945. She wears the Army Special Services light blue dress uniform and cap with half-moon Army Hostess and Librarian service patch.
    • [Winnie Eskrigge aboard ship in Subic Bay, Philippines, 1945]

    • 1945-10
    • WV0297 Esther Gilbert Scrapbook, 1944-1946
    • Winnie Eskrigge, in fatigues with Red Cross insignia, smiles at the camera while sitting in front of a ship's wheel while at U.S. Naval Base Subic Bay, Philippines, in October 1945. A serviceman can be seen behind her. (Photo taken from Esther...
    • Oral history interview with Willam A. Lambert, 2007

    • 2007-11-28
    • OH006 Preserving Our History: Rotary Club of Greensboro
    • William Lambert was born and raised in Greensboro, North Carolina. He recounts his childhood in Greensboro, as well as the changes and modernization of the city. Lambert also provides details regarding his family life as well as prominent...
    • Oral history interview with William G. Lane, 1990 [text/print transcript]

    • 1990-11-15
    • OH003 UNCG Centennial Oral History Project
    • William G. Lane (1919-2000) was head of the Department of English at The University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG) from 1969-1987, coming from the University of Colorado. He and his wife established a history scholarship and an English...
    • Oral history interview with Willam Felt, 1990 [text/print transcript]

    • 1990-03-22
    • OH003 UNCG Centennial Oral History Project
    • William Felt (1904-1993) was a professor of romance languages at UNCG (The University of North Carolina at Greensboro), formerly the Woman's College of the University of North Carolina, from 1947-72. He discusses the faculty, curriculum and...
    • Oral history interview with Willa Neal Cline, 2015 [text/print transcript]

    • 2015-06-16
    • OH002 UNCG Institutional Memory Collection;
    • Willa Neal Cline (?-present) was born in Laurinburg, North Carolina, and grew up in Southern Pines, North Carolina. Cline was a part of desegregating the schools in Southern Pines and attended both the formerly all-black East Southern Pines High...
    • Oral history interview with Wendy P. Gellert, 2010

    • 2010-06-21
    • WV0493 Wendy P. Gellert Papers
    • Wendy Gellert tells of her early life and career in the WAVES and United States Navy.

      Gellert emphasizes both the stages of her career and the cultural changes within the navy during the time of her service. She relates policy changed within...
    • Oral history interview with Weezie Glascock, 2008

    • 2008-09-18
    • OH006 Preserving Our History: Rotary Club of Greensboro
    • Weezie Glascock grew up in Old Fort, North Carolina, before coming to Greensboro to attend Woman’s College University of North Carolina (WCUNC) in 1958. She relates some of the incidents of the Civil Rights Movement in Greensboro, notably the...

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