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. The University of North Carolina at Greensboro site contains materials from the first fifteen years of the institution, from its charter in 1891 until the founder's (Charles Duncan McIver) death in 1906. These materials include annual catalogs, artifacts, contracts, correspondence, literary society papers, minutes, speeches, reports and information about the typhoid epidemic of 1899 and the dormitory fire of 1904.
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An Act to Establish a Normal Industrial School
Annual Course Catalogues
Board of Directors Proceedings
Correspondence of Charles Duncan McIver
Faculty Council Minutes
The funding for this project is from federal LSTA monies made possible through a grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services, administered by the State Library of North Carolina, a division of the North Carolina Department of Cultural Resources.
The materials on this web site are for research use only. For purposes of private study and research, you may reproduce materials from this site without permission. For citations for University Archives and Special Collections items, please contact the UNCG University Archives. If you wish to use any of these materials in a publication, please contact the Special Collections and University Archives department for permission.