Author Archives: Courtney Bailey

When Archives Meets Museum

This is the third in a series of Archives Month posts around this year’s theme, North Carolina Travel, Tourism, and Vacation. It was written by Ed Morris, Executive Director of the Wake Forest Historical Museum & Wake Forest College Birthplace. … Continue reading

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Travel the Tar Heel State through North Carolina Postcards

This is the second in a series of Archives Month posts around this year’s theme, North Carolina Travel, Tourism, and Vacation. It was written by Stephen Fletcher, Photographic Archivist in the North Carolina Collection at the University of North Carolina … Continue reading

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Archives Month Speaker Series

The SNCA Archives Month committee is proud to present four virtual lunchtime talks this October.  Information about the events and how to register for them is below.  We look forward to having you join us! “Tourism in the North Carolina … Continue reading

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Creating Place for Tourism

This is the first in a series of Archives Month posts around this year’s theme, North Carolina Travel, Tourism, and Vacation. It was written by Jennifer Daugherty, Head of the North Carolina Collection at East Carolina University. The North Carolina … Continue reading

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New publication about SEBTS digital repository

Jonathan Lawler, Archivist and Digital Collections Manager at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary (SEBTS), co-wrote a chapter of a recent Atla Open Press publication. The book, Preserving the Past & Engaging the Future: Theology & Religion in American Special Collections, focuses on theological … Continue reading

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Meet your Electronic Resources Chair: Kelly Spring

What jobs have you had in the archival realm? I began my archival career as the Manuscripts Archivist at The Johns Hopkins University, where I worked for 10 years. My adventure-seeking self enjoyed a wonderful 3 years as the Archivist … Continue reading

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New Publication — North Carolina Triad Beer: A History

Contributed by Erin Lawrimore Richard Cox, David Gwynn, and Erin Lawrimore – all employees in the University Libraries at UNC Greensboro – have published a new book titled North Carolina Triad Beer: A History. From the book’s description: Now centered … Continue reading

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Answering the Call: Experiences of North Carolina’s Military Veterans, 1898–1945

Contributed by Matthew Peek The North Carolina Museum of History has opened a new exhibit about the military experiences of North Carolinians from the Spanish-American War through World War II. As part of a 2020-2021 Department of Defense World War … Continue reading

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Triad COVID-19 collection

Contributed by Jessica Dame As part of its ongoing work to document the history of University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG), Martha Blakeney Hodges Special Collections and University Archives (SCUA) has been archiving campus web content using Archive-It since … Continue reading

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New role and new hire at UNC Greensboro

Contributed by Hollie Stevenson-Parrish UNC Greensboro’s University Libraries is pleased to announce that Juanita Thacker has accepted the position of information literacy lecturer in the Department of Research, Outreach and Instruction (ROI). In this role, Thacker will provide curriculum-integrated information … Continue reading

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