North Carolina Collection

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A Carolina Narrative of Service to Nation: Yesterday and Today

Captain Michael John, U.S. Navy (ret.), will deliver the 2017 Gladys Hall Coates University History Lecture on April 12 in the Wilson Special Collections Library. 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

WRAL Features Wilson Library’s Durant Bible

The Tar Heel Travel takes a look at a 400-year-old rarity from UNC’s special collections. Continue reading

Politics Past, Present, Future… Exhibits and Resources at the UNC Library

To end the election season: Two exhibits, a resource guide, and a call for help from the UNC Library. Continue reading

October Has Come Again

At this literary symposium in honor of Thomas Wolfe, authors will discuss southern literature in the twenty-first century. Continue reading

Sounds Stilled: Musical Photographs by Don Sturkey, 1956-1988

Photographs of Elvis Presley, The Monkees, The Kingston Trio, Ray Charles, Joan Baez, Johnny Cash, and more are part of the Wilson Library exhibition. Continue reading

‘The most important artifact that we have’

University Day, 2016, marks an important centennial. One hundred years ago, the cornerstone plaque of Old East was returned to UNC. Continue reading

Haunted North Carolina

Visit a small display in Wilson Library that showcases four of the state’s eeriest specters, just in time for Halloween. Continue reading

Appointments: Assistant Curator and Collection Development Librarian for the North Carolina Collection; Data Visualization Services Librarian; Director of Library Development

The Library welcomes John Blythe, Lorin Bruckner, and Dwain Teague. Continue reading

Appointments: Program Coordinator and Digital Projects Librarian for the North Carolina Digital Heritage Center

Lisa Gregory and Kristen Merryman began their appointments July 1 at the North Carolina Digital Heritage Center. Continue reading

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