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Repository Description: The Brock Historical Museum of Greensboro College seeks to foster a sense of identity, community, and pride in the College's rich history by collecting, preserving, exhibiting, and interpreting archival materials and physical artifacts pertinent to the history of the College, life at the College, and the College's relation to and influence on both the surrounding communities and society in general. The museum's collections consist of a variety of archival materials and artifacts that relate to historical events at Greensboro College; are directly associated with students, alumni, faculty, staff or administrative bodies; or that supplement the documentation and study of the United Methodist Church as it relates to the College. Within the museum's holdings are college publications (annual catalogs, student newspapers, yearbooks, literary magazines, etc.), records of individuals or administrative bodies, a variety of photographs, the alumni doll collection, personal effects, artwork, Euterpe Club scrapbooks, and materials relating to the United Methodist Church.

Contact Information:
Brock Historical Museum
Greensboro College
815 West Market Street
Greensboro, NC 27401-1875
Phone: 336.272.7102 ext.283

Collections from this repository included in the CRG digital archive
Oral History Collection
Yearbook Collection