University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Cassette tape, "Soundings" from the National Humanities Center, on the subject of "Politics in the American South, Parts One and Two." Includes a discussion by historians, political scientists, and columnists. Roundtable members include Dewey Grantham, William Havard, George Tindall, Edwin Yoder, and John Hope Franklin. Also, four printed items related to the tape
College of Charleston - Marlene and Nathan Addlestone Library
The collection contains work done by students in Darlene Clark Hine's African American South Carolina Women's History Course
University of Georgia - Special Collections Libraries
The collection consists of an edited typescript of the book "The roots of southern writing: essays on the literature of the American South" published by the University of Georgia Press, 1972
New York Public Library
Collection consists of correspondence between Eudora Welty and her publisher, William Jovanovich. Also included is correspondence between Jovanovich and Vanderbilt professor Michael Kreyling.
University of California, Santa Cruz
Contains some photographs from Garland's series "American White Racism - A Social Document" , "The Good Books - Katrina Bibles and Prayer Books" as well as a few miscellaneous photographs.
Syracuse University - Special Collections Research Center and University Archives
Printed pamphlet with souvenir teaspoon
Virginia Tech - Special Collections
Scope and Content This collection consists of oral history interviews with influential members of the LGBTQ community at Virginia Tech, both past and present. Interviews were conducted by Tamara Kennelly, University Archivist, David Cline, Assistant Professor of History and Director of the Graduate Certificate in Public History, and students of Professor David Cline's Oral History class.
Yale University - Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library
This collection of 46 documents consists of manuscript bills of sale, receipts, estate appraisals, deeds of gift, manumission statements, promissory notes, and other papers documenting slave ownership and the slave trade in the United States between 1770 and 1863. The bulk of the material documents slavery in North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, Georgia, Kentucky and Alabama. There are also legal documents recording slavery transactions in Maine, Tennessee, Pennsylvania, and Louisiana.