New University Archives Collections and Additions

Below is a list of new collections and additions to collections in University Archives. The finding aids include a brief description of the contents of the collection, historical information about the department from which the records originated, and a container listing of the collection’s contents. For questions about these collections, please contact Wilson Special Collections Library at wilsonlibrary@unc.edu.

New:

Assistants to the Chancellor of the University of the North Carolina at Chapel Hill: Susan H. Ehringhaus Records, 1964-1985 (40031)

Susan H. Ehringhaus was appointed assistant to Chancellor N. Ferebee Taylor in 1974. Her primary responsibility was to provide legal counsel to the chancellor on university policiee.

Records include correspondence, legal documents, and other materials related to legal issues concerning the university and to court cases involving the university.

http://www.lib.unc.edu/mss/uars/ead/40031.html

Additions:

Department of Athletics of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Records, 1919-1997 (40093)

The Addition of June 2012 includes files of the director of athletics and other Department of Athletics administrators related to the overall administration of the department and to individual intercollegiate sports, 1919-1997.

http://www.lib.unc.edu/mss/uars/ead/40093.html

Office of the Vice Provost for Health Affairs of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Records, 1932-2005 (bulk 1950-2000) (40110)

The Vice Chancellor for Health Affairs (later Vice Provost for Health Affairs) was administrative head of the university’s Division of Health Affairs, created in 1948 as the Division of Health and Medical Affairs.

The Addition of January 2013 includes files of Vice Provost for Health Affairs H. Garland Hershey, chiefly 1996-1997, and some files of Associate Provost Edward F. Brooks, 1997-2001.

http://www.lib.unc.edu/mss/uars/ead/40110.html

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