Author Archives: Courtney Bailey

Exciting find at New Hanover County Public Library

Travis Souther recently came across this postcard in the Allegood Photograph Collection at the New Hanover County Public Library. The North Carolina Room actually holds both the postcard and the original photograph from which the postcard was created. The photo … Continue reading

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Updates from East Carolina University’s Laupus Health Sciences Library

Contributed by Marlena Barber The Laupus Library History Collections in Greenville, North Carolina offers books, artifacts and archival collections relevant to the history and practice of health care, primarily in eastern North Carolina. Please take a look at the new … Continue reading

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Bowman awarded archivist certification

Randall Bowman, Archivist and Assistant Librarian at the Carol Grotnes Belk Library at Elon University, successfully passed the Archival Certification Examination. The exam, administered by the Academy of Certified Archivists, ensures a standard of excellence in historical preservation and access … Continue reading

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The Country Doctor Museum

Contributed by Marlena Barber The Country Doctor Museum in Bailey, North Carolina is the oldest museum in the United States dedicated to the history of America’s rural health care and is managed today as part of the Laupus Library’s History … Continue reading

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News from the State Archives Special Collections Section

Contributed by Donna E. Kelly Effective December 3, Vann Evans was promoted into the Audiovisual Materials Archivist position, succeeding longtime employee, Kim Andersen, who retired December 1. As an Archives employee since 2006, Vann brings a wealth of knowledge and … Continue reading

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UNC Greensboro Welcomes Deborah Yun Caldwell as 2018-2020 Diversity Resident

Deborah Yun Caldwell has been appointed as the 2018-2020 Diversity Resident for UNC Greensboro’s University Libraries. Caldwell comes to UNC Greensboro from Denton, Texas. She holds a bachelor of arts in Anthropology from the University of Colorado at Boulder and … Continue reading

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All Hands on Deck!

Contributed by Kelly Spring [This is the 3rd in a series — see also the 1st and 2nd installments about ECU’s migration to ArchivesSpace.] When dealing with over three thousand accessions, two thousand resources, and a handful of assessment records, … Continue reading

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Meet your Membership Chair: Winnie Titchener Coyle

What jobs have you had in the archival realm? Since 2012, I’ve been working at Biltmore Estate in Asheville as an archivist and oral historian. Before, when I was a student at SILS in Chapel Hill, I worked as a … Continue reading

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Meet your Treasurer: Sean Mulligan

What jobs have you had in the archival realm? I was hired in November 2008 at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG) to work as an archivist. In that position, I have primarily focused on processing and managing … Continue reading

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New movie-making digital collection at New Hanover County Public Library

Contributed by Travis Souther The New Hanover County Public Library has started a new digital exhibit highlighting Wilmington and southeastern North Carolina’s role in the film and television industry.  The exhibit is still in its infancy with less than 70 … Continue reading

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