HI 452: Recent America
UNC-Chapel Hill Libraries
North Carolina Collection
"The North Carolina Collection, a department of the Special Collections
located in Wilson Library on the University of North Carolina at Chapel
Hill campus, contains over a quarter of a million published items
related to North Carolina and its people. Holdings range from a sixteenth-century
volume to the most current issue of the campus newspaper. Fiction
and non-fiction books are included, as well as pamphlets, newspapers,
journals, newsletters, maps, broadsides, microforms, and audiovisuals.
County and municipal histories, city directories, telephone books,
and college catalogs are part of the collection." -from website.
file, organized by subject, covering newspapers and magazines
from across the state.
Includes collections of manuscripts, letters, and oral history interviews
documenting life in the South. It's strenght lies is antebellum, Civil
War, and Reconstruction South, but also includes more contemporary
The Southern Historical Collection: A Guide to Manuscripts
D.H. Hill Spec. Coll. Ref. F209 .U55 1970 + supplement
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