In “Frank Porter Graham: Southern Liberal, Citizen of the World” William A. Link reveals how UNC’s 15th president took his place on the national and world stage and helped transform North Carolina.
North Carolina history
The Digital heritage center aims to paint a picture of the lives of everyday North Carolinians throughout the centuries by digitizing historical materials from around the state
This digital exhibition examines the roadblocks overcome and achievements earned by North Carolina women, from the era before equal rights to the fight for the passage of the Equal Rights Amendment.
EXHIBITION TEMPORARILY CLOSED (digital version available): Papers for the People: A Treasury of North Carolina News Sources
Exhibition showcases two centuries of print journalism in the Tar Heel State
The Library announces the appointment of Spencer Bevis as project librarian for North Carolina Historic Newspapers.
Wilson Library exhibition examines six modes of travel and what they reveal about four centuries of African American experience