Special Collections and University Archives

On Thursday, February 16 from 5pm until 7pm, archivists from UNCG, the Heritage Research Center at High Point Public Library, Wake Forest, and Guilford College will be at Gibb’s Hundred Brewing Company in Downtown Greensboro (117 W Lewis St) with a multimedia exhibit on the slavery era in North Carolina, with a focus on Guilford […]

***Due to adverse weather, this presentation will be rescheduled. We’ll share the new date and time as soon as it’s available.*** Where: Virginia Dare Room, Alumni House When: Tuesday, February 24th from 12:30-1:30 Although our University enjoys the benefits of a culture promoting equality and inclusivity, UNCG’s reputation for embracing diversity as an educational foundation […]

Celebrate Archives Month!!! October is North Carolina Archives Month, an annual observance of the agencies and people responsible for maintaining and making available the archival and historical records of our nation, state, communities and people. Throughout October 2014, the Martha Blakeney Hodges Special Collections and University Archives (SCUA) will host numerous exhibits and events aimed […]

When the anonymous author of Commercial Bookbindings, a historical sketch and description of an exhibition at the Grolier Club, New York, wrote in 1894, “Nobody thought of expecting the publisher to throw in a fine suit of clothes with the book,” he was commenting on the early years of what was to be the golden […]

The 10th Anniversary Women Veterans Luncheon of the Betty H. Carter Women Veterans Historical Project was held on Saturday November 15, 2008. Approximately 160 people including 74 veterans attended the luncheon, including World War II veterans! Branches represented were the Army/WAC, Navy/WAVES, Air Force, Coast Guard, Marines, Army Nurse Corps, Navy Nurse Corps, Army Medical […]