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Proud Shoes: The Story of an American Family
Survey of Jones Grove lands donated by Mary Ruffin Smith to UNC
Map of Chatham County, NC
Map shows landowners, townships, churches, foundries, schools, retail stores, mills, cotton mills, steam mills, poor houses, coal veins, creeks, rivers, roads, and the Chatham Railroad. Townships shown include Albright, Hadley, Baldwin, Williams,…
Jones' Grove Tract for Sale!: Fifteen Tracts of Fine Tobacco, Cotton, Grain and Timber Lands For Sale on Easy Terms.
Pauli Murray's Family Tree
One Step Forward...Two Steps Backward
UNC Campus: Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, 1990s, Janora McDuffie
From Slavery to the Priesthood
Rejected from UNC 38 years ago, Pauli Murray returns to offer hope
“Graduate Voters Approve Admission of Negroes.” Daily Tar Heel
Electric Company — Guest Pass
Dean Smith Center construction
Black Student Movement: Belonging, 2010s, Austin Monroe
“New York Woman Seeks to Enter Grad School.”
Daily Tar Heel
Item contains racial slurs
"I met Hoagie Gaskins, pictured on the right with the platinum blonde hair, in 1979, when I was a freshman and he was a senior at @uncchapelhill..."
“I met Hoagie Gaskins, pictured on the right with the platinum blonde hair, in 1979, when I was a freshman and he was a senior at @uncchapelhill. A counsellor suggested that I needed to meet some gay people and put me in touch with the Carolina Gay…
"Harry's owner Ralph Macklin talks with Howard Lee, mayor of Chapel Hill, outside his restaurant in 1969"
Envelope 1-01-51-184: "Fuller at UNC Afro-Rally" 5 March 1969: Scan 13
Photograph, N.C. State Patrolmen guard Manning Hall, following the BSM's eviction from the building
Polk Place: Food Worker Strike, Black Student Movement, and the National Guard on campus, 1969, Larry Alford
Folder 0379: Murphey Hall, circa 1950s: Scan 12
Granville Towers Advertisement, The Daily Tar Heel, 22 March 1966, Page 3.
Folder 0395: Peabody Hall, 1910-1949: Scan 27
Folder 0219: Carroll Hall (New), 1970s: Scan 1
"The "shanties," constructed in protest to apartheid in South Africa"