Paper dress exhibit in Jackson Library
The five dresses in the Fast Fashion of the 1960s, Paper Dresses exhibit were all designed by faculty in the UNC Greensboro Department of Art for the 1967 Art on Paper gala held at the Weatherspoon Art Museum and are held in the Martha Blakeney Hodges Special Collections & University Archives. The exhibit was designed by SCUA archivist Stacey Krim and UNCG Libraries Diversity Resident Shelbi Webb and is available for viewing on the first floor of the W.C. Jackson library from January 4th until June 1st, 2023.
Hop into History returns!
On February 23, 2023 SCUA archivist Stacey Krim exhibited materials at the Oden Brewing Company from the Elreta Alexander Papers, housed in UNC Greensboro’s Special Collections and University Archives. At the event, Dr. Virginia L. Summey, author of The Life of Elreta Melton Alexander: Activism within the Courts, spoke about Alexander’s life and legacy. Elreta Alexander (1919-1998) was the first African-American woman to: 1) graduate from Columbia University Law School when she received her degree in 1945, 2) practice law in North Carolina (in Greensboro from 1947-1968), and 3) be elected to the bench when she was elected District Court judge for Guilford County in 1968.
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