Did you know that the North Carolina Collection has a nationally and internationally known collection of material related to our state capital’s namesake? It’s the “Sir Walter Raleigh Collection.”
Consisting of over one thousand titles, the Sir Walter Raleigh Collection preserves writings by Raleigh, materials about Raleigh, and works on English exploration during the Elizabethan Era.
For a more detailed description of the collection, see the following link (written by the NC Collection’s curator, Robert Anthony.): The Raleigh Collection at Chapel Hill.
To view digitized titles from the Raleigh Collection, click here.