Librarians and archivists at the Wilson Special Collections Library have taken on a monumental task: helping people make sense of the history of the Confederate Monument that stood on campus and the role that it continues to play.
North Carolina history
A Wilson Library exhibition shows how North Carolinians in the late 19th and early 20th centuries kept cool during the hottest months of the year.
“On the Books: Jim Crow and the Algorithms of Resistance” is part of the first cohort of the national project “Collections as Data – Part to Whole.”
Jones was curator of the North Carolina Collection at the Wilson Special Collections Library from 1974 to 1994.
Celebrate the opening of the exhibition “‘The joy is in the going.’: Bayard Wootten Photographs North Carolina and The South.” Talks by Jerry Cotten, author of “Light and Air: The Photography of Bayard Wootten,” and the University Libraries’ photographic archivist, Stephen Fletcher.
A collection of photographs, news articles, oral histories and documents from the UNC-Chapel Hill Libraries marks a grim centennial.