University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Professional papers, 1938-1991, of Amos Henry Hawley, including correspondence, writings, and other papers
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
The collection includes papers of John L. Sanders concerning The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and North Carolina politics, business, and history. Topics include the reapportionment of the North Carolina General Assembly and the redistricting of its congressional districts, the restructuring of the state's community college system, the revision of tenure standards and the retirement age for University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill professors, Sanders's work on the Governor's Commission on Education Beyond the High School and the Governor's Commission on the Future of North Carolina (NC 2000), and the Research Triangle Foundation Board of Directors and the development of Research Triangle Park. There are also materials relating to the North Carolina Bar Association; the Kellenberger Historical Foundation; the Tryon Palace Commission and other historic preservation work in Edenton, N.C.; the Historical Society of North Carolina; and the Historic Preservation Foundation ... Read More
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Records, 1921-2008, include correspondence and other files relating to the duties of the secretary of the faculty, including files documenting the work of various faculty committees. Of particular interest are the files on the Honorary Degrees and Special Awards Committee. Also included is a series of memorial resolutions on deceased employees and faculty members
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
The collection consists of sound recordings of guest speakers from a fundraising event hosted by the CCJS and from interviews conducted and classes taught by Marcie Cohen Ferris. The recordings discuss the CCJS, the history of Jews in the South, and the practice of Jewish history research
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Two volumes of letters of tribute and appreciation to William Brantley Aycock (1915- ), chancellor of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1957-1964, and Kenan Professor of Law, 1966-1986. Letters were written on the occasion of Aycock's resignation as Chancellor of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1964, and after Aycock retired from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill's Law School in 1986
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
The collection consists of images documenting the history of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill organized into eleven series by broad categories: administration and staff, 1897-1980s; alumni, 1900-1979; athletics, 1890s-1999 and undated; buildings and grounds, 1799-1999 and undated; documents, 1950s and undated; keepsakes, 1980s-1990s and undated; military affairs, 1910-1980s and undated; organizations, 1878-1990s and undated; schools and colleges, 1870-1980s; special events, 1910s-1980s; and students, 1870-1990s. Images are in a variety of formats, primarily black-and-white photographic prints, but also including film negatives, 35mm color slides, 35mm roll film negatives, illustrations, color lithographs, pages from publications, and other types of documents
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Records, 1969-1996, of the Committee on University Government include annual reports, meeting minutes, and general correspondence
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Records of the Tenure Study Committee include general correspondence and reports, 1973-1981
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
The collection comprises four handwritten student notebooks kept by W.A. Bowers while a student at Cornell University. The courses, all taught by Hans Bethe, 1939-1940, were: Electromagnetics (#223); Nuclear Theory (#278); Hydrodynamics (#452); Advanced Quantum Mechanics (#481)
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Articles, reviews, and speeches, chiefly by Holman, concerning various aspects of Southern literature, including the work of Thomas Wolfe, William Gilmore Simms, and Ellen Glasgow; novels, radio plays, and other works by Holman; teaching and administrative files concerning Holman's work at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill, the National Humanities Center, the Triangle Universities Center for Advanced Studies, Incorporated, and other organizations; correspondence files concerning Holman's literary and administrative activities; and recordings and photographs

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