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Edith Mayfield Wiggins

Gender: Female

Ethnicity: African-American

Biographical/Historical note: Edith Wiggins was raised in High Point, North Carolina, where she graduated from William Penn High School in 1958. She then matriculated at Woman's College, where she become one of five black students on campus.

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Item thumbnail image Oral History Interview with Edith Mayfield Wiggins by Robert P. Shapard
Date: October 24, 2006
By: Edith Mayfield Wiggins
From: Institutional Memory Oral History Project
This October 24 and November 17, 2006, oral history interview conducted by Robert Shapard primarily documents Edith Wiggins' recollections of her time at Woman's College (now UNCG), where in 1958 she ...
Item thumbnail image Oral History Interview with Edith Mayfield Wiggins by Missy Foy
Date: May 8, 1991
By: Edith Mayfield Wiggins
From: Centennial Oral History Project
This May 8, 1991, oral history interview conducted by Robert Shapard primarily documents Edith Wiggins' recollections of her time at Woman's College (now UNCG), where in 1958 she was one of only five ...