Winifred M. Reid Letters
Scope and Contents
The 1988 letter to the Alumni News is from Winifred M. Reid, and encloses the other two other letters in the collection.
The 1919 letter is from Rebekah McClain (Stroupe), who gives a very good description of the "Y" Hut and mentions the flu epidemic. The 1928 letter is from Eulalie Elliott (Reid), who shares memories of her year here and tells of a return visit to the campus in 1942.
- 1919 - 1988
- Reid, Eulalie Elliott (Person)
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Biographical or Historical Information
Winifred Reid graduated from the North Carolina College for Women (NCCW, now UNCG) in 1926. Rebekah McClain Stroupe attended NCCW from 1918-1920 and Eulalie Elliott Reid attended the State Normal and Industrial School (UNCG's first name) in its first year, 1891.
0.01 Linear Feet (1 folder)
Language of Materials
Winifred Reid, Rebekah McClain Stroupe, and Eulalie Elliott Reid all attended UNCG in its earlier incarnations, the State Normal and Industrial School and the North Carolina College for Women. This collection includes a 1988 letter from Winifred Reid, a 1919 letter from Stroupe, and a 1928 letter from Reid, sharing their memories of the school.
Method of Acquisition
Transferred from the Alumni Association after 1988.
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- North Carolina College for Women -- Alumni and Alumnae -- Correspondence
- North Carolina State Normal and Industrial School -- Alumni and alumnae -- Correspondence
- Reid, Eulalie Elliott -- Correspondence
- Reid, Winifred M. -- Correspondence
- Stroupe, Rebekah McClain -- Correspondence
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- Winifred M. Reid Letters
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