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Business desegregation/protests and marches, 1963 subject note: These items are related to the second wave of protests and pickets to desegregate the theatres and cafeterias in downtown Greensboro, including the marches led by Jesse Jackson, silent marches, the sit-down in Jefferson Square, the mass arrest of A&T and B


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Item thumbnail image [Letter from Richard G. Apple to Chancellor Singletary]
Date: March 28, 1963
By: Richard G. Apple
From: Chancellor Otis Arnold Singletary Records
In this March 28, 1963 letter to Chancellor Otis Singletary of the Woman's College of the University of North Carolina (WCUNC), Richard G. Apple informs the chancellor of his decision not to his decis...
Item thumbnail image [Letter from Chancellor Singletary to Sherry Mullins]
Date: April 2, 1963
By: Otis Arnold Singletary
From: Chancellor Otis Arnold Singletary Records

In this letter to Secretary of Student Legislature Sherry Mullis, Chancellor Otis Singletary of Woman's College of the University of North Carolina (WCUNC) informs the Student Legislature of four s...

Item thumbnail image Letter of support to Beth Taylor from Frank Bjornsgaard & handmade card
Date: April 18, 1963
By: Frank Bjornsgaard
From: Huldah (Beth) Taylor Collection
This letter of support from Frank Bjornsgaard expressed his congratulations and pride in Beth Taylor’s participation in the sit-in demonstration at the S&W Cafeteria in Greensboro, NC. This correspond...
Item thumbnail image Notes regarding meetings with Sarah Herbin and Tartt Bell
Date: April 23, 1963
By: Harry G. Boyte
From: Boyte Family Papers

These notes, dated April 23, 1963, relate to meetings the unidentified author, presumably Harry Boyte, had with Sarah Herbin and Tartt Bell, both of the American Friends Service Committee (AFSC)an...

Item thumbnail image Legislature Approves Appointments; Chancellor Grants "Lights Out" bill; Vetoes Privileges, Negro Resolution
Date: April 26, 1963
By: unknown
From: Carolinian
This April 26, 1963, article from The Carolinian, the student newspaper of Woman's College of the University of North Carolina (WCUNC, now The University of North Caroli...
Item thumbnail image Poll for Guilford College student body position on integration demonstrations
Date: May 1963
By: unknown
From: Huldah (Beth) Taylor Collection
This survey was used in 1963 to poll the student body at Guilford College in order to "clarify its position concerning nine member students who participated in integration demonstrations this past wee...
Item thumbnail image Account of participation in the sit-ins
Date: May 1963
By: Huldah Elizabeth Taylor
From: Huldah (Beth) Taylor Collection
This personal account by Guilford College student Beth Taylor describes her participation in the sit-ins in Greensboro during 1963 offers background information about the movement and why she felt it ...
Item thumbnail image Arrest record for sit-in
Date: May 15, 1963
By: Greensboro Police Department
From: Huldah (Beth) Taylor Collection
This is an official record of arrest by the Greensboro Police Department of Huldah Elizabeth Taylor on May 15, 1963 at 7:15 pm. At the age of 18, Taylor was arrested at the S&W Cafeteria in Greensboro...
Item thumbnail image [Memorandum from Katherine Taylor to Chancellor Singletary]
Date: May 15, 1963
By: Katherine Taylor
From: Chancellor Otis Arnold Singletary Records
In this memo, Katherine Taylor, Dean of Students at Woman's College of the University of North Carolina (WCUNC), informs Chancellor Singletary that she has learned of planned demonstrations that will ...
Item thumbnail image Hundreds Held in Bias Protest in N.Carolina
Date: May 16, 1963
By: unknown
From: Huldah (Beth) Taylor Collection
This article reports on the mass demonstrations protesting segregation in Greensboro, NC on May 15, 1963. Included in the article is a description of the scene and the protest at the S&W Cafeteria as ...