New Blog: Digital North Carolina

Can anyone identify this famous North Carolinian? Here are two clues: the photo shown here is from the 1959 Pine Burr, the Campbell College yearbook, and the subject of the photo went on to write a book called Me and the Spitter: An Autobiographical Confession.

Learn the answer to this question (and much more!) on Digital North Carolina, the new blog of the North Carolina Digital Heritage Center. Visit often to find fun and interesting highlights from the collections available online at

I’m happy to announce the availability of, the online home for materials published by the North Carolina Digital Heritage Center. The site is sure to be a treasure-trove of North Caroliniana and is a must-visit for regular readers of North Carolina Miscellany.

There are several projects available on the site now, including North Carolina College and University Yearbooks, Images of North Carolina, Digital Davie, Durham Urban Renewal Records, and Wilson County’s Greatest Generation: The Memories of the World War II Veterans of Wilson County. Visit often, as new materials are being added to all of these collections on a regular basis.

The North Carolina Digital Heritage Center is a new, statewide digitization and digital publishing program housed in the North Carolina Collection at UNC-Chapel Hill. The Center operates in conjunction with the State Library of North Carolina’s NC ECHO (North Carolina Exploring Cultural Heritage Online) project. It is supported by the State Library of North Carolina with funds from the Institute of Museum and Library Services under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act.