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Laura Barbara Weill Cone Scrapbook

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Identifier: MSS 0395
Abstract Laura Barbara Weill Cone was a student of the State Norman and Industrial College, graduating in 1910 with a Bachelor of Arts degree. Among her activities at the college, Cone was a member of the Adelphian Society, Class President, and Editor of the State Normal Magazine and The Carolinian.The scrapbook titled, "My Commencement," dates from 1908 to 1912. It contains photographs, correspondence, college documents, event programs, invitations, various annotations as well as sentiments...
Dates: 1908 - 1912; Other: Date acquired: 2010 July 15

Marjorie Craig Papers

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Identifier: MSS 0087
Abstract Marjorie Craig was an alumna of Woman's College (now UNCG), and taught in North Carolina public schools and then at Brevard College until her retirement in 1953. The Marjorie Craig papers date from 1917 to 1955 and include photographs, manuscripts, a diary, correspondence, and biographical information.
Dates: 1915 - 1955

Virginia Brown Douglas Papers

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Identifier: MSS 0243
Abstract Virginia Brown Douglas graduated from the State Normal and Industrial College (now UNCG) in 1902.

Her papers include correspondence with Dr. Gove and T. Gilbert Peason, an account of the history of Guilfod County, and recollections of growing up in eastern North Carolina.
Dates: 1902 - 1952

Maria C. Rendleman Document

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Identifier: MSS 0183
Abstract Maria Rendleman was a teacher in North Carolina in the nineteenth century. This collection includes a contract (signed March 26, 1858) to teach at the Public School House of District Number 25 in Rowan County for a term of three months.
Dates: 1858

Lelia Judson Tuttle Papers and Chinese Artifacts

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Identifier: MSS 0222
Abstract Lelia Judson Tuttle (1878-1976) was an alumna of the State Normal and Industrial College (now UNCG), and spent over 30 years as a missionary teaching English in China.
Dates: 1834 - 2005; Majority of material found within late 1800s - 1960s