Martha Blakeney Hodges Special Collections and University Archives

Highlighted Online Exhibits

Alma and Spencer Garlow Doll Collection
The dolls in the collection were created ca. 1962 by doll maker Helen Bullard (1902-1996) and carved from horse chestnut wood. Ms. Bullard named this collection of dolls “An American Family — 1630 to 1900.”
Artifacts From The University's History
The University Artifacts Collection contains over 300 items relating to UNCG's history, including an assortment of class rings, pins, and diplomas, dating as far back as 1900.
Beyond Books and Buildings: History of Higher Education
The purpose of the Beyond Books and Buildings: History of Higher Education project is to provide access to some of the original documents pertaining to the history of colleges and universities in North Carolina.
Campus Views
Presents an interactive viewing of digital images of the campus from 1892 to 1995.
Ghosts of UNCG
Tales have long circulated about the ghosts that allegedly haunt the campus. This online exhibit talks about ghosts in Aycock Auditorium, Mary foust Residence Hall and the Bell Towers of Spencer Residence Hall.
Postcards From The University
Presents an interactive viewing of postcards from throughout the University's history.
Women Veterans Historical Collection
The Women Veterans Historical Collection documents the female experience in the Armed Forces through letters, papers, photographs, published materials, uniforms, artifacts, and oral histories.

Online Exhibits