The University Archives Collections showcase documents, photographs, and publications related to the history of UNCG, culled from multiple collections belonging to the Martha Blakeney Hodges Special Collections and University Archives. These collections include the student newspaper, alumni magazines, yearbooks, and course catalogs.
The official records of UNCG academic and administrative departments and student groups:
Charles Duncan McIver records, 1855-1906
Over 125,000 pages of material documenting the origin of the school that became UNCG.
"Class of" files, 1893-2005
Information on each graduating class.
Campus Theater Productions, 1897-1963
Programs and other materials related to theater performances by campus literary societies and other groups.
Textiles and artifacts
Photographic documentation of three-dimensional objects related to campus history.
The visual history of the campus and its students, faculty, and staff.
Created by university departments and student groups with information that cannot be found in more formal, official records.
Materials that were created and distributed by UNCG departments and student groups, including:
The Carolinian, 1919-present
The student newspaper is an essential resource documenting the history of the school, particularly issues of interest to students.
Course catalogs, 1892-2010
Course offerings and student academic options and requirements.
Curry High School yearbooks, 1917-1969
A glimpse into a high school located on campus that provided student teaching opportunities.
Magazines and Periodicals, 1897-1999
Campus news and literary magazines including State Normal Magazine, Coraddi, and Alumni News.
Student handbooks, 1897-1927
Student conduct requirements and campus lifestyle options.
University yearbooks, 1902-1993
Illustration of student life and activities on campus.
Oral history interviews with historical figures, many of whom were closely connected to what is now UNCG.
Personal papers and special items pertaining to individuals and groups that were not officially part of UNCG but were often very closely connected. Included are numerous scrapbooks created by students.
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