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American Suffragettes: Selections of Manuscripts
Inspired by Women's History Month, UNCG is featuring some well-known suffragettes and their papers: Susan B. Anthony, Lucy Stone, Julia Ward Howe, Ethel Mary Smyth, and Anna Howard Shaw.
American Publishers Trade Bindings
The American Publishers Trade Bindings Digital Library presents over 1100 book covers which chronicle the development of book binding in the United States from the 1830s to the 1920s.
Anne Finch Digital Archive
The Anne Finch Digital Archive is an open-access resource that complements the two-volume print edition forthcoming from Cambridge University Press: The Works of Anne Finch: A Critical Edition, edited by Jennifer Keith (University of North Carolina at Greensboro) and Claudia Thomas Kairoff (Wake Forest University).
Bernard Greenhouse Collection
The Greenhouse Cello Music Collection provides a glimpse into the life and legacy of cellist Bernard Greenhouse, known for his role as a founding member of the renowned Beaux Arts Trio.
Civil Rights Greensboro
Civil Rights Greensboro (CRG) provides access to archival resources documenting the modern civil rights era in Greensboro, North Carolina, from the 1940s to the early 1980s.
Digital Library on American Slavery
The Digital Library on American Slavery is a searchable database of detailed personal information about slaves, slaveholders, and free people of color.
The Egon Wellesz Contemporary Music Collection
The Egon Wellesz Contemporary Music Collection consists of music scores, books, programs, correspondence, and other documents originally owned by composer Egon Wellesz (1885-1974).
Greensboro City Directories
Through the cooperation of the Greensboro Public Library and the Greensboro Historical Museum, Greensboro's city directories from 1884-1923 are now available online.
Greensboro Historical Newspapers
This collection contains over five thousand issues of The Greensboro Patriot and other newspapers published between 1826 and 1946.
Hansen Performing Arts Collection
Selections from the expansive Robert C. Hansen Performing Arts Collection, including broadsides, playbills, programs, autographs, correspondence of theatrical figures, photographs and posters primarily pertaining to illustrious personages in 19th century theatre arts.
Harold Schiffman
Harold Schiffman (b. 1928; Greensboro, North Carolina) has composed in virtually all media. His commissions include those from such diverse groups as the Tallahassee Symphony, the International Trombone Association, the Apple Trio, the Concertino String Quartet, the Mallarmé Chamber Players, and the University of North Carolina at Greensboro School of Music, as well as from a number of individuals including conductor Richard Burgin, flutist Albert Tipton, soprano Janice Harsanyi, pianist Jane Perry-Camp, and pianist/conductor Max Lifchitz (for North/South Consonance).
Leila Judson Tuttle Papers and Chinese Artifacts
The Lelia Judson Tuttle Papers and Chinese Artifacts date from 1834 to 2005, with the bulk of materials dating from the late 1800s to the 1960s, and contain clippings, correspondence, photographs, postcards, writings, artifacts and books that mainly document Tuttle's time in China and her interest in Chinese culture and art, as well as Tuttle family history.
A Literary Map of North Carolina
Discover authors who have lived in or written about North Carolina as well as all types of literature including novels, biographies, histories, poetry, plays, short stories, children's books, and more!
North Carolina Runaway Slave Advertisments
This projects presents digitized and transcribed versions of over 2200 runaway slave advertisments published in North Carolina newspapers between 1751 and 1840.
Oral History Collections
The UNCG Oral History Collections website currently includes material from the UNCG Centennial Oral History Project which focuses on the history of the University. The online collection is growing and new interviews are added regularly.
P.E. Pamphlets
This collection includes several hundred physical education pamphlets held by the Martha Blakeney Hodges Special Collections and University Archives.
University Archives Collections
The University Archives Collections showase 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, almuni magazines, yearbooks, and course catalogs.
Women Veterans Historical Collection
The Women Veterans Historical Collection documents the female experience in the Armed Forces through letters, papers, photographs, published materials, uniforms, artifacts, and oral histories.
World War I Pamphlets Collection
This collection of more than four hundred pamphlets, some of them several hundred pages in length, provides insight into the military, social, and cultural contexts of World War I.