The University Archives Photographs and Negatives collections contains a wide variety of image types documenting the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, since its inception as the state’s Woman’s College to the present. The school’s buildings and architecture, student life, campus events, and school administrators are reflected in the collection’s approximately 25,000 photographic prints and 82 linear feet of negatives. The majority of the collection originated with the University Relations Department and includes yearbook images. Other sources include other campus departments, programs, and individual donors.
Images selected for this project pertain to the first African American students admitted to the school, as well as the student organization, the Neo-Black Society.
For more information on this collection, please review the University Archives’ collection finding aids on their