Librarian: Cynthia Levine

Overviews

Timeline of African Americans at NCSU

Inclusion and Involvement of African Americans at North Carolina State University 1953-1993
Nash Winstead
LD3928 .W5 2000 (Special Collections)

North Carolina State University, A Narrative History
Alice E. Reagan
LD3928 .R42 1987(Special Collection, D.H. Hill Reference)

Historical overview of “The FOUR” [the first four NCSU African-American undergraduates]
Diane Hill Becton

All Alone Together [article about first for NCSU African American undergraduates]
Cynthia Greenlee-Donnell, in N.C. State (NCSU Alumni Association Magazine, 10/11/2006)

Consent decree : North Carolina v. Department of Education
Filed by the University of North Carolina and the Department of Education
LC212.72 .N8 C6 (D.H. Hill Library, 5th floor)

Talking About Raleigh: A Bicentennial Oral History
James W. Clark
F264 .R1 T34 1993 (Special Collections)

The D.H. Hill Library: An Informal History, 1887-1987
Isaac T. Littleton
Z733 .N846 L57 1993 (9th Floor DH Hill Bookstacks, Special Collections)


Special Collections Research Center

University Archives preserves records reflected the history of North Carolina State University. Within these archives are materials pertaining to the experiences of African Americans at NCSU. Also included in theses collections are offical papers of university officials, and students publications.

NCSU African American Collections
http://www.lib.ncsu.edu/specialcollections/find/africanamericans.html
These collections document various aspects of the African American experience at NCSU, including student life, staff employment, and faculty hiring and retention. The finding aids provide more information about the collection content.

North Carolina State University History Collections
http://www.lib.ncsu.edu/specialcollections/find/ncsuhistory.html

Citation of Manuscripts and Archives
from Special Collections Research Center website:
http://www.lib.ncsu.edu/specialcollections/research/index.html#research


Chancellor’s Records

Preliminary Inventory of the North Carolina State University Office of the Chancellor General Records, 1891-2005.

Collection Number UA 002.001

Carey Hoyt Bostian (1953)

  • Collection Number MC 76

John Tyler Caldwell (1959-1975)

Joab Langston Thomas (1976-1981)

Nash Nicks Winstead (Interim) (1981-1982)

Bruce Robert Poulton (1982-1989)


Provosts Records

North Carolina State University, Office of the Provost and Vice Chancellor Equal Opportuntity and Equity records, 1966-1990 [manuscript] -- Lawrence Clark, Affirmative Action Officer

  • Collection Number UA 005.009

The Provosts Office: An Informal History - see Ch. 4 (Affirmative Action: Issues Concerning Race (online)
Text by Nash Nicks Winstead, former Provost and Interim Chancellor
Special Collections and D.H. Hill Stacks LD3928 .W52 1999


Faculty/Staff

Cyrus King
Cyrus Baldwin King worked in the North Carolina State University Library for years, eventually becoming the Head of the Acquisition Department. He was and remains very politically active in the Democratic party, writing tirelessly in support of the causes that he has adopted, most notably racial justice, voting rights, and other civil rights causes.

  • Collection Number MC 173

Slater Newman
Contains professional papers including research notes, correspondence, and conference proceedings, relating to Dr Newman's work in experimental psychology and human rights organizations.

  • Collection Number MC 340

Departments and Units on Campus All NCSU Archival Collections

NCSU African American Collections
http://www.lib.ncsu.edu/specialcollections/find/africanamericans.html
These collections document various aspects of the African American experience at NCSU, including student life, staff employment, and faculty hiring and retention. The finding aids provide more information about the collection content.

Student Organizations

D.A.R.E. Papers (Direct Action for Racial Equality)

  • Included in Collection Number UA 021 which contains records of student organizations. Box 5, Folder 1 contains papers from D.A.R.E. [Are the D.A.R.E. Extra and D.A.R.E. News inluded here?]

Collection Number UA 016.001 contains records of fraternities and sororities. It includes, for example, Greek Life, Alpha Phi Alpha, 1983 - 1986, papers from an African American fraternity.

African American Student Advisory Committee
Shows list of African American student organizations on campus


Yearbook

Agromeck (Yearbook of North Carolina State University)
LD3928 .N75 (Special Collections)


NCSU Special Collections Photographs

University Archives Photograph Collection (online)
note: not all photographs in University Archives have been digitized.

Search by keyword, and type, for example, African Americans

University Archives Photographs
The majority of the photographs in University Archives have not yet been digitized. They are located in UA 023. Use this guide to narrow down to a specific collection:

All Collections By Number

Green 'N' Growing: The History of 4-H and Home Demonstration in North Carolina, 1850-1950

Browse by Subject (under A for African Americans)


Raleigh Newspapers

The Technician (NC State student newspaper)
LH1 .N6 T4 Special Collections - University Archives (1st floor, East Wing)

News and Observer (City newspaper, 1884 - present)
D.H. Hill Microforms AN2 .N494

The Raleigh Times (City newspaper, 1940-1989)
D.H. Hill Microforms AN2 .R36

Carolinian (African American newspaper, 1945-1987)
D.H. Hill Microforms AN2 .C374