The Brock Historical Museum's Oral History Collection consists of two sub-collections: Greensboro College oral histories and J.C. Price School oral histories. Interviews in the Greensboro College Oral History Collection were produced since 2005 and cover topics related to life at the school as well as the college's history dating back to the 1930s. Interviews in the J.C. Price School Oral History Collections date from 2007 and include interviews with Price School former faculty and students.
Items included in this project relate to Greensboro College students’ participation in civil rights activities in Greensboro during the 1960s as well as the history of the historically black J.C. Price elementary school, located in the Warnersville area of Greensboro, and which the College now owns.
For more information about Greensboro College’s Oral History Collection, please consult the Brock Museum’s website. For more information about the history of the J. C. Price elementary school, please consult Greensboro College’s website documenting the school .