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Archives South Elm St., ca. 1900 Spanning the 1700s to the present day—with a focus on the people of Greensboro, Guilford County and Piedmont North Carolina—our Archives houses manuscripts, photographs, printed materials, artwork and audiovisual materials.

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Archives - Greensboro Historical Museum

Posted: (7 days ago) Archives South Elm St., ca. 1900 Spanning the 1700s to the present day—with a focus on the people of Greensboro, Guilford County and Piedmont North Carolina—our Archives houses manuscripts, photographs, printed materials, artwork and audiovisual materials.

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Greensboro City Directories | Archives

Posted: (9 days ago) The Greensboro City Directories for 1884-1963 have been digitized by the Digital Projects Unit at UNCG from copies held by the UNCG University Libraries, the Greensboro Public Library, and the Greensboro History Museum.They are accessible through UNCG Digital Collections: Triad City Directories.Alternative interfaces, especially the “Read Online” version that is great for browsing an ...

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Greensboro History Museum

Posted: (4 days ago) IMPORTANT NOTICE. The museum building is closed to the public until further notice. Please refer to the City of Greensboro website for Covid-19-related updates.

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Women’s Auxiliary Railway Association Collection | Archives

Posted: (21 days ago) Location. Greensboro History Museum. 130 Summit Ave. Greensboro, NC 27401. Telephone: 336.373.2043. FAX: 336.373.2204. Map & Directions

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5 by O. Henry Plays | Greensboro History Museum

Posted: (8 days ago) 5 by O. Henry Plays. For ten performances every September, Greensboro’s own William Sidney Porter takes the stage to retell five of his engaging tales filled with laughs, lessons and surprises. You’ll also enjoy the vintage music that helps make this event a banquet for the senses.

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Civil War | Greensboro History Museum

Posted: (23 days ago) There is always something new to learn and interesting people to meet at Museum Guild meetings, and at our April gathering, National Park Service historian Robert Dunkerly will discuss his book, The Confederate Surrender at Greensboro: The Final Days of the Army of Tennessee, April 1865.Copies will be available for purchase.

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Civil War Collection | Archives

Posted: (23 days ago) Civil War Education. 1 folder (2 items). Includes a notebook from a Mt. Airy School (part of the Harris Collection #66), in which are written the words to some Confederate songs, including the “Bonnie Blue Flag.” Also includes a handwritten literary journal — “The Sun-Beam” — from Elton, N.Y., which includes poetry and articles ...

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Internships | Greensboro History Museum

Posted: (18 days ago) The museum offers a variety of internships for undergraduate and graduate students. Most provide college credit, and two summer programs, the B. Craighead Davidson Internship and UNCG/Gayle Hicks Fripp Internship, provide stipends.

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Jefferson Standard Life Insurance Co. Collection | Archives

Posted: (4 days ago) Manuscripts Jefferson Standard Life Insurance Co. Collection ca. 1910s-1960s [bulk 1920s-1940s]. 1/2 box (18 folders), ca. 110 items. MSS. COLL. #215

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Painter Malvin Gray Johnson and the Harlem ...

Posted: (22 days ago) Greensboro-born painter Malvin Gray Johnson fought in WWI and became a significant figure in the Harlem Renaissance movement before his tragic death at age 38. Kenneth Rodgers, Director of the North Carolina Central University Art Museum, discusses Johnson’s artistic career and legacy.

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