Burlington resident Paul ""Hard-Rock"" Simpson completes his annual birthday marathon (Burlington to Greensboro and back) in 1950
Mrs. Hattie Maynard, Reidsville, N.C.
1960 U.S. presidential campaign: U.S. Senator John F. Kennedy presidential campaign rally at the High-Point/Greensboro Airport in Greensboro…
Mrs. Ethel Holsbrook, North Wilkesboro, N.C.
Mrs. Emma Mitchell, Reidsville, N.C.
First group of draftees (Korean War) from Alamance County reporting for induction at United States Army, Air Force, and National Guard recru…
Mrs. Elizabeth Gambill, Richmond, Va.
about the unc digital collections
Welcome to the digital collections of the UNC University Library. Here you will find unique materials for research, teaching, and discovery.
The digital collections site features materials drawn from the collections of the Library. Other collections are the result of collaborations with UNC faculty members and partner libraries, museums, and cultural heritage institutions.
The digital collections emphasize North Carolina and the American South. Topics include the experience of African Americans, the Civil War, the arts, economics, and politics. Documenting the American South (DocSouth), the Library's award-winning digital publishing initiative, provides access to important texts, images, and audio files for the study of Southern history, literature, and culture.
For further information about digital collections at the UNC Library, contact the Carolina Digital Library and Archives.
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Beyond Books and Buildings: North Carolina's History of Higher Education Digital Project (hosted project)
Carolina Keepsakes: Treasured Artifacts from the University's History
Celebrating Five Million Volumes: An Exhibition of Materials from the William Butler Yeats Collection
A Collector's Passion: The Kidney in the History of Medicine
Fiddlers Grove: Retrospective 1970-2000
Folkstreams: A National Preserve of Documentary Films about American Roots CulturesShow All... Show Less...
Geniuses Together: Literary Expatriates in Paris from Gertrude Stein and James Joyce to Samuel Beckett and the Beats
Hillbilly Music: Source & Symbol
I Raised My Hand to Volunteer: Students Protest in 1960s Chapel Hill
Lines Drawn in the Sand: The Life and Writings of Allen Ginsberg
North Carolina Stereograph Collection: Miscellaneous Photographers
A Portion of the People: Three Hundred Years of Southern Jewish History
Russia Beyond Russia: Resources for the Study of the Russian Diaspora
Talk Like a Tar Heel: North Carolina Place Names
Walker Percy: From Pen to Print
The William Blake Archive (hosted project)