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Meet Me on the Midway: Three Centuries of Fairs in North Carolina

Photographs, publications, souvenirs, ribbons, and more tell the story of fairs in the Tar Heel State, from the first county fairs in the 1820s through today’s State Fair. Continue reading

Saving the River One Song at a Time: The Eno River Festival Legacy

Exhibit is on view in Wilson Library through September 22. Continue reading

WATCH: Wilson Library Mural Takes Image from Archives to Art

Raleigh artist Luke Buchanan transformed an archival photograph of UNC’s Wilson Library into a new painting. Continue reading

Memory, Reason, Imagination: 400 Years of French Printing

Exhibition showcases rare and fine examples of French printing. Continue reading

Well Said: The Southern Folklife Collection and Yep Roc Records

Curator Steve Weiss talks to UNC’s Well Said podcast about a collaboration with Yep Roc Records that will bring an old Dolly Parton recording to record stores this month. Continue reading

Doing Our Bit: UNC and the Great War

This exhibition about Carolina’s involvement in World War I will be on view in Wilson Library through June 11, 2017. Continue reading

Ronald D. Cohen, Down Hill Strugglers, and Depression Folk Music at Wilson Library March 9

Explore the complex cultural history of American folk music with a free lecture and concert. Continue reading

Charles Scott and the Integration of Varsity Sports at Carolina

HELD OVER until May 30 in Wilson Library. Continue reading

World on Fire in Flames of Blood: Narratives of the Russian Revolution

Wilson Library exhibition examines the events of 1917 and their immediate aftermath. Continue reading

Appointments: Music Cataloging Librarian; Assistant University Archivist for Records Management and Electronic Records; Head of the Joseph C. Sloane Art Library

The Library welcomes Monica Figueroa, Jessica Venlet, and Alice Whiteside. Continue reading

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