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Chancellor Edward Kidder Graham Jr. Records


Collection Description:

This collection contains the working papers of Edward Kidder Graham Jr. during his tenure as chancellor of the Woman’s College of the University of North Carolina (1950-1956). During Graham’s administration the US Supreme Court ruled on Brown v. Board of Education. Overseeing the integration of the Woman’s College, Graham also provided a calm voice of reason regarding education desegregation across the state. He gave numerous speeches on the topic of desegregating North Carolina school, many of which have been included in this project.

For more information about this collection, please consult the collection finding aid.

Repository: The University of North Carolina at Greensboro


Items from this collection included in the CRG digital archive

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Item thumbnail image North Carolina and the Southern Tradition in 1951
Date: April 18, 1951
By: Edward Kidder Graham, Jr.
From: Chancellor Edward Kidder Graham Jr. Records
Speech given by Chancellor Edward Graham to the annual meeting of the North Carolina P.T.A., held in Winston-Salem in April 1951. The speech addresses the way Southern tradition bears upon North Carol...
Item thumbnail image Public Schools, Desegregation, and North Carolina's Future
Date: 1955
By: Edward Kidder Graham, Jr.
From: Chancellor Edward Kidder Graham Jr. Records
This speech, given by Chancellor Edward Graham Jr., addresses the challenges facing North Carolina's public school system in the wake of the Brown v. the Board of Education...