Revised finding aids for University Archives and University history-related collections

Below is a list of somewhat significantly revised finding aids for collections held in the University Archives and collections relating to University history.  If you have any questions about these collections, please contact Wilson Special Collections Library at

Athletic Communications Office (#40308):

Office of Chancellor: W.B. Aycock (#40020):

Office of Chancellor: Christopher Fordham (#40024):

Office of Chancellor: Paul Hardin (#40025):

Office of Chancellor: Michael Hooker (#40026):

Office of Chancellor: R.B. House (#40019):

Office of Chancellor: William O. McCoy (#40227):

Office of Chancellor: James Moeser (#40228):

Office of Chancellor: Paul Sharp (#40021):

Office of Chancellor: J.C. Sitterson (#40022):

Office of Chancellor: Ferebee Taylor (#40023):

Office of the Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences (#40076):

Office of the Provost (#40039):

Order of Gimghoul (#40262):

Order of the Golden Fleece (#40160):

University of North Carolina Papers (#40005):
The early records of the University.

University history-related collections:

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Department of Pediatrics Photographic Collection (NCC Photographic Archives, P0060):

King, Roger, films (Southern Historical Collection, #5340):,Roger.html
This collection contains three 8mm films documenting life at the University of North Carolina from 1940-1943. They were shot in and around Chapel Hill, N.C., and on the campus of the University of North Carolina. They document University of North Carolina fraternity life, including Chi Phi, Delta Kappa Epsilon, Phi Delta Theta, pledges, rushing, and hell-week; University of North Carolina student life, including parties, banquets, dances, and the bar scene; University of North Carolina sports, such as football, baseball, track, tennis, and lacrosse; University of North Carolina holidays such as Student-Faculty Day and May Day; and the Old Well.

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