The Photograph Collection at the Greensboro Historical Museum is a miscellaneous collection of images, some received individually and others received as distinct collections over the years. It comprises almost 40 standard archival boxes. Spanning the late 19th century to the present, the collection consists primarily of photographic prints of various types. The subject matter of these photographs is broad and documents a wide range of Greensboro, Guilford, and Piedmont North Carolina culture.
For more information about photographic collections at the Greensboro Historical Museum, please consult the photograph collections overview page on the museum's website.