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Repository Description: The mission of University Archives & Manuscripts at UNCG is to collect, preserve, organize, and make accessible the often unique or rare materials that document the history of our university and the Piedmont Triad region, as well as the history of women in the United States military. The University Archives is the repository for the historical records of the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, with materials dating from the founding of the University in 1891 and including the records of the presidents and chancellors, Boards of Trustees, faculty and student committees, societies and organizations, and many of the University's academic departments and administrative offices. The UNCG Manuscripts collection policy concentrates on documenting the historical, cultural, business and political heritage of the North Carolina Piedmont Triad. Some of our collecting concentrations include creative writing, civil rights, women's studies, theatre, historical nursing, physical education, and dance.

Contact Information:
University Archives & Manuscripts
Jackson Library
The University of North Carolina at Greensboro
P.O. Box 26170
Greensboro, NC 27402-6170
Phone: 336-334-4045
Fax: 336-334-5399

Collections from this repository included in the CRG digital archive
Pine Needles
Centennial Oral History Project
Chancellor Edward Kidder Graham Jr. Records
Chancellor Gordon William Blackwell Records
Chancellor James Sharbrough Ferguson Records
Chancellor Otis Arnold Singletary Records
Clarence Lee Harris Papers
Edward Burrows Papers
External Collections
GreensboroVOICES Collection
Institutional Memory Oral History Project
Neo-Black Society Records
Robert W. Watson Papers
University Archives Photographs and Negatives
University Archives Subject Files
Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs Records
Warren Ashby Papers