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  • Collection: Academic Freedom at UNC

postcard about the Qur'an as a summer reading at UNC.


In this letter, J. Edgar Hoover acknowledges the CPU’s invitation to speak in Chapel Hill and declines, citing scheduling conflicts.

The Carolina Political Union received this letter after Postmaster General Farley’s visit and speech in support of court-packing. The writer expresses concern regarding Farley’s “threatening speech,” and questions why the event was allowed to…

Eleanor Roosevelt (at head of table) sitting in a dining hall with students, faculty, and staff, during Roosevelt’s January 1942 visit to the University of North Carolina, as the keynote speaker at a jointly-sponsored International Student…

Photograph taken during Postmaster General Farley’s visit to Chapel Hill to speak before the Carolina Political Union.

Photograph of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, North Carolina Governor Clyde R. Hoey, and University President Frank Porter Graham on the occasion of President Roosevelt's CPU-sponsored visit to UNC Chapel Hill.

In this letter, Hull reports that the U.S. Department of State’s has denied the request for a travel visa for Trotsky to visit the U.S. to speak in Chapel Hill.

First appearance of the Carolina Political Union in the UNC Chapel Hill yearbook, the Yackety Yack.

Article from the Daily Tar Heel on Georgia Governor Ellis Arnall preceding his speech to the Carolina Political Union.

Flier for Georgia Governor Ellis Arnall's speech at UNC, sponsored by the Carolina Political Union.

Composite image consisting of a drawing of William B. Shepard on left and a lithograph of Robert Hett Chapman on right.
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