University of North Carolina at Greensboro
This record group is comprised of calendars, newsletters, a time capsule, and various documents related to the Elliott University Center dating from 1960-2003
University of North Carolina at Greensboro
The Memoirs of North Carolina College for Women scrapbook, annotated in white ink throughout, includes correspondence, clippings, photos, cards, invitations, student autographs and sentiments, postcards, advertising matter, receipts, booklets, ribbons, tickets, homework assignments, stamps, telegrams, and programs. The programs include Paramount Picture leaflets from 1922, N.C.C.M. concerts, Graduating Exercises for 1923, Baccalaureate Sermon for 1923, Vesper Service and Class Day exercises
University of North Carolina at Greensboro
This record group consists of annual reports and newsletters from the Office of Multicultural Affairs. Titles of newsletters are, "Pipeline", "Reflections", "In Touch", "Identity Plus", and "Mosaic." The newsletters date from 1979-2005. The annual reports date from 1982-1983 and 1988-1990
University of North Carolina at Greensboro
Portrait of Scottie Hudson at Naval Station Newport, Rhode Island. Uniform is service dress blue with naval bucket hat
University of North Carolina at Greensboro
This letter, written in Paris and dated 10 July 1930, is addressed to "Mr. Knoll," who was apparently a young admirer of Le Gallienne's works, particularly his "lines on war." Le Gallienne writes: "I value your appreciation the more because you are so young, for it gives me hopes that the young men of your generation will resist to the utmost the foolish 'call to arms', which alas!, for all the tragic lessons of the last 'Great War', seems all too likely to come.".
University of North Carolina at Greensboro
Materials documenting hospice care in the city of Greensboro and surrounding areas. In particular are documents from Hospice at Greensboro, Hospice and Palliative Care of Greensboro, and, to a lesser extent, Hospice of Wake County
University of North Carolina at Greensboro
Evelyn E. Horton poses on the arm of a chair at Camp Pickett, Virginia, in 1943. She wears her WAC olive-drab winter service uniform. Behind is the building containing the PX and day room. This picture is further described in a letter sent to her parents on 12 October 1943 included in her collection(WV0381.4.002)
University of North Carolina at Greensboro
Notebook One is an undated multicolored composition book titled, Chemistry, Sec. II. It contains lecture notes and course paper outlines. Notebook Two is an undated brown composition book. It contains notations on lectures for Junior Literature by Professor J.Y. Joyner, History by Mrs. Lucy Robertson, and Latin by Miss Viola Boddie. Notebook Three is an undated brown composition book. It contains notations on lectures for Pedagogy by Dr. P.P. Claxton as well as notes on Physiology. The notebook also contains some corresponding drawings. Notebook Four is a purple composition book dated at 1895. It contains Physics lecture notes, exam questions, and some corresponding drawings. Notebook Five is a blue album dated at 1893 - 1894. It contains sewing notes organized by model as well as a few torn newspaper clippings on the first few pages. Notebook Six is an undated brown composition book titled, Sewing Notes and contains notations organized by model and some corresponding drawings
University of North Carolina at Greensboro
The collection contains newsletters of the Piedmont Plateau Group of the Sierra Club, dating from March 1990 to March 1999
University of North Carolina at Greensboro
This collection contains letters between Dame Ethel Smyth, Lady Ponsonby, Emmeline Pankhurst, Empress Eugenie and members of the Empress's circle, an anonymous typescript describing the months preceding Empress Eugenie's death, and a suffragette broadside about Emmeline Pankhurst. The largest group of letters, dated 1910-1914, are from Ethel Smyth to Emmeline Pankhurst. Most of them are written from Helouan, Egypt, about events concerning the women's suffrage movement in England, and a wide variety of other topics. The broadside issued by the Women's Social and Political Union [1913] entitled, "The Case of Mrs. Pankhurst; a Victim of the 'Cat and Mouse Act'", is an appeal for the repeal of the force-feeding of imprisoned suffragettes who had gone on hunger-strikes to dramatize their position on women's rights. It describes the activities of Mrs. Pankhurst and mentions her attendance at the funeral of Emily Wilding Davison, the suffragette who threw herself in front of the King's horse ... Read More