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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"
Folder 0223: Cobb Dormitory, circa 1970s: Scan 5
LGBTQ Political Pioneer Joe Herzenberg: “What was hope yesterday morning is now life for me”
North and South: the Black/South Campus-White/North Campus Residency Cycle
Stone Center home to activists despite history of obstacles, photograph
"Taking a look at N.C. Memorial Hospital today - the first of UNC Hospitals! #MedicalMonday"
Sherman A. James
Photograph of Sherman A. James, first Black tenured faculty member in the UNC-Chapel Hill School of Public Health
Guest Register for the North Carolina Collection at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Pauli Murray's proposal to mediate the dispute between the United States Department of Health, Education and Welfare and the State of North Carolina: University of North Carolina System
Newspaper article entitled "Someday a Poet Will Rise to Sing You..." detailing Pauli Murray's refusal of an honorary degree from UNC-CH
Content warning: This article contains racial slurs.
Front page article on Pauli Murray's visit to the Stanford L. Warren Library in Durham a year after Proud Shoes publication
Newspaper article reviewing Pauli Murray's visit to Durham on the anniversary of Proud Shoes publication
Ad from the Intimate Bookshop declaring it is not suppressing Proud Shoes by Pauli Murray
Review of Proud Shoes: The Story of an American Family written by Walter Spearman
Review of Proud Shoes: The Story of an American Family written by Betty Hodges
Review of Proud Shoes: The Story of an American Family published in Charlotte News
Review of Proud Shoes: The Story of an American Family written by Richard Walser
Letter from Dean Henry Brandis Jr. to Pauli Murray stating the UNC-CH Law School does not offer graduate coursework in Law