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Collection Number: 05214

Collection Title: Anne Queen Papers, 1930-1993

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Size 26.0 feet of linear shelf space (approximately 17,200 items)
Abstract Anne Queen was the white director of the YMCA-YWCA at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Her papers consist of correspondence, memoranda, reports, notes, financial documents, clippings, pamphlets, publications, pictures, and other documents relating to her professional and personal life. Family correspondence consists of letters to Anne Queen from her mother, Effie Mease Queen, and her sisters, Mattie Ruth Queen and Bonnie Mae Queen, relating to everyday occurrences at the family's house in Canton, N.C. Other correspondence includes letters written by people involved in politics, social justice movements, religious service, missionary work, or non-profit service, some of whom had been students at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. YMCA-YWCA records deal with tutoring programs, workshops on world affairs and race relations, national YMCA and YWCA conferences, staff development programs, and personnel matters. Also included are personal financial records and records relating to the upkeep of Queen's home in Chapel Hill, N.C. Subject files include documents related to race relations and the civil rights movement, free speech and the 1964 speaker ban at the University, international exchange and volunteerism among University students, theological issues, and the role of religious organizations on a secular university campus. Organizations documented in the records include the American Friends Service Committee, the Peace Corps, and the Fellowship of Southern Churchmen. Photographs document farm labor projects undertaken by Queen while at Yale University and the American Friends Service Committee, as well as various YMCA-YWCA social functions. There are also photographs of Terry Sanford, William Friday, Eli Evans, and other state and University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill figures. Restricted materials include personnel records, tax documents, and other materials.
Creator Queen, Anne, 1911-2005.
Curatorial Unit University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Library. Southern Historical Collection.
Language English
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Restrictions to Access
Series 6. Restricted materials are CLOSED until 2050.
This collection contains additional materials that are not available for immediate or same day access. Please contact Research and Instructional Service staff at wilsonlibrary@unc.edu to discuss options for consulting these materials.
Copyright Notice
Copyright is retained by the authors of items in these papers, or their descendants, as stipulated by United States copyright law.
Preferred Citation
[Identification of item], in the Anne Queen Papers #5214, Southern Historical Collection, The Wilson Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Acquisitions Information
Received from Kathleen Goldstein in May 2005 (Acc. 100085). Additions received from Lucy Lewis in July 2013 (Acc. 101850); George Lensing in August 2013 (Acc. 101891) and October 2018 (Acc. 103477); the Bonnie M. Queen estate in November 2016 (Acc. 102694); and Buck Goldstein in June 2018 (Acc. 103367).
Sensitive Materials Statement
Manuscript collections and archival records may contain materials with sensitive or confidential information that is protected under federal or state right to privacy laws and regulations, the North Carolina Public Records Act (N.C.G.S. § 132 1 et seq.), and Article 7 of the North Carolina State Personnel Act (Privacy of State Employee Personnel Records, N.C.G.S. § 126-22 et seq.). Researchers are advised that the disclosure of certain information pertaining to identifiable living individuals represented in this collection without the consent of those individuals may have legal ramifications (e.g., a cause of action under common law for invasion of privacy may arise if facts concerning an individual's private life are published that would be deemed highly offensive to a reasonable person) for which the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill assumes no responsibility.
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Processed by: Jesse Brown, April 2006

Encoded by: Jesse Brown, April 2006

Revisions by: Nancy Kaiser, January 2019

Since August 2017, we have added ethnic and racial identities for individuals and families represented in collections. To determine identity, we rely on self-identification; other information supplied to the repository by collection creators or sources; public records, press accounts, and secondary sources; and contextual information in the collection materials. Omissions of ethnic and racial identities in finding aids created or updated after August 2017 are an indication of insufficient information to make an educated guess or an individual's preference for identity information to be excluded from description. When we have misidentified, please let us know at wilsonlibrary@unc.edu.

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The following terms from Library of Congress Subject Headings suggest topics, persons, geography, etc. interspersed through the entire collection; the terms do not usually represent discrete and easily identifiable portions of the collection--such as folders or items.

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Anne Queen was born in 1911 and raised in Canton, N.C. After ten years of factory work after high school, she earned a bachelor's degree at Berea College in Kentucky and a divinity degree from Yale University Divinity School in 1948. She worked for three years as assistant university chaplain at the University of Georgia and for five years as college secretary for the American Friends Service Committee in Greensboro, N.C. She became associate director of the YWCA at the University of North Carolina in 1956, and then director of the newly merged YMCA-YWCA at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1964, a position she retained until her retirement in 1975.

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Correspondence, memoranda, reports, notes, financial documents, clippings, pamphlets, publications, pictures, and other documents relating to the career and personal life of Anne Queen. Included are letters to Queen from her mother, Effie Mease Queen, and her sisters, Mattie Ruth Queen and Bonnie Mae Queen. Most of these letters relate to everyday occurrences at the Queen house in Canton, N.C., where Anne Queen's mother and sisters lived together. There are also groups of letters from other correspondents that were arranged into letter boxes, as well as other letters that were left unfiled by Queen and have been organized by date. Many of these correspondents were involved in politics, social justice movements, religious service, missionary work, or non-profit service. Notable correspondents include Joel Fleishman, Edward P. Morgan, John Ehle, Al Lowenstein, and William Sloane Coffin.

YMCA-YWCA materials relate to Queen's work with the YMCA-YWCA at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Many memoranda deal with specific YMCA-YWCA initiatives, such as tutoring programs, workshops on world affairs and race relations, national YMCA and YWCA conferences; and staff development programs. These documents also deal with various personnel matters concerning the YMCA-YWCA staff. Also included are personal records relating to the upkeep of Queen's home in Chapel Hill, N.C., as well as bank records, life insurance records, clippings about Queen, and essays written by Queen during her study at Yale University Divinity School.

Subject files deal with societal issues that affected Queen's work within the YMCA-YWCA at UNC-Chapel Hill, including race relations and the civil rights movement, free speech and the speaker ban in 1964, international exchange and volunteerism among University students, and the International Handicrafts Bazaar, which was organized by the YMCA-YWCA at UNC-Chapel Hill in 1973 and 1974. Also included are religious-themed materials, including flyers from the Chapel of the Cross, an Episcopal church in Chapel Hill that Queen attended regularly; text from articles and speeches on various theological issues, and publications and correspondence dealing with the role of religious organizations on a secular university campus. Other materials include mailings and publications from schools that Queen attended. Organizations documented in these files include UNC-Chapel Hill, the American Friends Service Committee (AFSC), the Peace Corps, and the Fellowship of Southern Churchmen. AFSC-related materials include brochures and correspondence concerning the World Festival of Youth and Students in Vienna, Austria, which Queen attended as an observer for AFSC.

Photographs mostly document farm labor projects undertaken by Queen while at Yale University, and while with the American Friends Service Committee. Also included are photographs from various YMCA-YWCA social functions, including photographs of Terry Sanford, William Friday, Eli Evans, and other prominent state and UNC-Chapel Hill figures. Oversized documents include art prints, a class photograph of Queen's graduating class at Yale University Divinity School, and enlarged versions of political cartoons. Restricted materials include personnel records, tax documents, and other materials.

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Contents list

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 1. Correspondence, 1941-1975 and undated.

About 5000 items.

Arrangement: by correspondent and by original organization.

Family correspondence consists of letters to Anne Queen from her mother, Effie Mease Queen, and her sisters, Mattie Ruth Queen and Bonnie Mae Queen. Most of these letters relate to everyday occurrences at the Queen house in Canton, N.C., where Anne Queen's mother and sisters lived together. Throughout the series, there is discussion about family conflicts, particularly relating to a mental illness suffered by Bonnie Mae Queen that is unspecified in the letters, as well as discussion about the health of Effie Mease Queen. The "letter boxes" series consists of letters to Queen that she filed into letter boxes and arranged by the correspondent's last name. Other correspondence consists of unfiled letters from friends, co-workers, and former students. Many of these correspondents were involved in politics, social justice movements, religious service, and wrote their letters from countries outside of the United States, where they were often attending school or working as missionaries or non-profit workers. Notable correspondents include Joel Fleishman, Edward P. Morgan, John Ehle, Al Lowenstein, and William Sloane Coffin.

expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 1.1. Family Correspondence, 1952-1975 and undated.

About 1200 items.

Arrangement: chronological.

Folder 1

1952-1955

Folder 2

1956-1958

Folder 3

1959

Folder 4-5

Folder 4

Folder 5

1960

Folder 6-7

Folder 6

Folder 7

1961

Folder 8-9

Folder 8

Folder 9

1962

Folder 10-11

Folder 10

Folder 11

1963

Folder 12-13

Folder 12

Folder 13

1964

Folder 14-15

Folder 14

Folder 15

1965

Folder 16

1966

Folder 17

1966-1967

Folder 18

1968

Folder 19-20

Folder 19

Folder 20

1969

Folder 21

1970

Folder 22

1971

Folder 23-24

Folder 23

Folder 24

1972

Folder 25

1973-1975 and undated

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 1.2. Letter Boxes, 1949-1963 and undated.

About 1300 items.

Arrangement: within boxes by last name of correspondent.

expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 1.2.1. Letter box, 1954-1963, (bulk) 1963.

About 800 items.

Folder 26

B

Folder 27

C

Folder 28

D

Folder 29

E

Folder 30

F

Folder 31

G

Folder 32

H

Folder 33

I

Folder 34

K

Folder 35

L

Folder 36

M

Folder 37

Mc

Folder 38

N

Folder 39

O

Folder 40

P

Folder 41

Q

Folder 42

R

Folder 43

S

Folder 44

T

Folder 45

U-V

Folder 46

W

Folder 47

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About 150 items.

Folder 48

A

Folder 49

B

Folder 50

C

Folder 51

D

Folder 52

E-F

Folder 53

H-J

Folder 54

L

Folder 55

M

Folder 56

N-O

Folder 57

P-Q

Folder 58

R

Folder 59

S

Folder 60

T

Folder 61

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About 350 items.

Folder 62

A

Folder 63

B

Folder 64

C

Folder 65

D

Folder 66

E-F

Folder 67

G

Folder 68

H

Folder 69

I

Folder 70

J

Folder 71

K

Folder 72

L

Folder 73

M

Folder 74

Mc

Folder 75

N

Folder 76

O

Folder 77

P

Folder 78

R

Folder 79

S

Folder 80

T

Folder 81

U-V

Folder 82

W

Folder 83

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 1.3. Other Correspondence, 1941-1975 and undated.

About 3000 items.

Arrangement: chronological.

Folder 84

1941-1951

Folder 85

1952

Folder 86

1953

Folder 87-89

Folder 87

Folder 88

Folder 89

1954

Folder 90-91

Folder 90

Folder 91

1955

Folder 92-93

Folder 92

Folder 93

1956

Folder 94

1957

Folder 95

1958

Folder 96

1959

Folder 97-98

Folder 97

Folder 98

1960

Folder 99

1961

Folder 100-101

Folder 100

Folder 101

1962

Folder 102-105

Folder 102

Folder 103

Folder 104

Folder 105

1963

Folder 106-110

Folder 106

Folder 107

Folder 108

Folder 109

Folder 110

1964

Folder 111-113

Folder 111

Folder 112

Folder 113

1965

Folder 114-115

Folder 114

Folder 115

1966

Folder 116

1967

Folder 117-119

Folder 117

Folder 118

Folder 119

1968

Folder 120-123

Folder 120

Folder 121

Folder 122

Folder 123

1969

Folder 124

1970

Folder 125-129

Folder 125

Folder 126

Folder 127

Folder 128

Folder 129

1971

Folder 130

1972

Folder 131

1973

Folder 132-136

Folder 132

Folder 133

Folder 134

Folder 135

Folder 136

1974

Folder 137

1975

Folder 138-145

Folder 138

Folder 139

Folder 140

Folder 141

Folder 142

Folder 143

Folder 144

Folder 145

Undated

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 1A. Correspondence and Printed Items, 1945-2006 and undated (Addition of November 2016 (Acc. 102694)).

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 2. Organizational and Personal Records, 1930-1980.

About 1500 items.

Arrangement: by subject.

Correspondence, memoranda, reports, notes, financial documents, clippings, and other materials related to Anne Queen's work with the YMCA-YWCA at the University of North Carolina, as well as personal records related to Queen's finances and house. Many of the memoranda and letters deal with specific YMCA-YWCA initiatives, including the Mary Gilson Tutorial Program, a joint effort with the Black Student Movement to offer tutoring for minority students at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; workshops on world affairs and race relations; national YMCA and YWCA conferences; and staff development programs. There is a considerable amount of correspondence with Norman Gustaveson, secretary of the YMCA at UNC-Chapel Hill, 1964-1976, concerning his status within the organization. Personal records include financial documents, notes, and letters related to the upkeep of Queen's home in Chapel Hill, N.C. Also included are bank records, life insurance records, clippings about Queen, and essays written by Queen during her study at Yale University Divinity School.

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About 900 items.

Arrangement: by subject.

Folder 146

Advisory Board

Folder 147

Advisory Board Ad Hoc Committee

Related to Vietnam War protests

Folder 148

Advisory Board bylaws and personnel statements

Folder 149

Buildings Committee

Folder 150

Hiring: Secretary Position

Folder 151

Mary Gilson Tutorial Program

Folder 152

Mary Gilson Tutorial Program: Reports

Folder 153

National Seminar for Student YMCA/YWCA Staff

Folder 154

Nigerian potter: African Craftsmen in America

Folder 155

Notebook

Folder 156

Personnel: University of North Carolina

Folder 157

Staff Expense Reports

Folder 158

Summer school program, 1966

Folder 159-165

Folder 159

Folder 160

Folder 161

Folder 162

Folder 163

Folder 164

Folder 165

YMCA/YWCA

Folder 166

YMCA/YWCA Correspondence

Folder 167

YMCA/YWCA Pledge Card

Folder 168

Young, Reverend Andrew

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About 600 items.

Arrangement: by subject.

Folder 169-170

Folder 169

Folder 170

Bank records

Folder 171

Biographical sketch

Folder 172

Blue Cross

Folder 173

Budget: Personal

Folder 174

Chapel Hill house

Folder 175

Clippings related to Anne Queen

Folder 176

Diplomas

Folder 177-180

Folder 177

Folder 178

Folder 179

Folder 180

Financial documents

Folder 181

House inventory

Folder 182

House papers

Folder 183

House plumbing problems

Folder 184-186

Folder 184

Folder 185

Folder 186

Personal correspondence

Folder 187

Theological essays

Folder 188

Union Central Life Insurance

Audiotape T-5214/1-3

T-5214/1

T-5214/2

T-5214/3

[unidentified audiotapes]

1/4" Open Reel Audio
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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 3. Subject Files, 1940-1985.

About 8400 items.

Arrangement: by subject.

Correspondence, pamphlets, clippings, publications, notes, reports, and other subject-related materials belonging to Anne Queen. Most of the materials were filed according to their subject matter by Queen herself; folder labels for those materials have, for the most part, been retained. Other materials were unfiled and were assigned to more general subject categories during processing.

The materials deal with various societal issues that affected Queen's work within the YMCA-YWCA at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. These include race relations and the civil rights movement, free speech and the speaker ban in 1964. There is also a considerable amount of material related to efforts by the YMCA-YWCA to foster international exchange and understanding among University students. These include promotional materials for various international service opportunities geared toward college students, as well as correspondence, brochures, and clippings from the International Handicrafts Bazaar, which was organized by the YMCA-YWCA at UNC-Chapel Hill in 1973 and 1974. Religious-themed materials include flyers from the Chapel of the Cross, an Episcopal church in Chapel Hill that Queen attended regularly, as well as text from articles and speeches on various theological issues, and publications and correspondence dealing with the role of religious organizations on a secular university campus. Other materials include mailings and publications from schools that Queen attended, including Berea College and Yale University Divinity School. Other organizations documented in the files include the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, the American Friends Service Committee (AFSC), the Peace Corps, and the Fellowship of Southern Churchmen. AFSC-related materials include brochures and correspondence concerning the World Festival of Youth and Students in Vienna, Austria, which Queen attended as an observer for the AFSC. The festival was controversial at the time, as it was widely believed to be controlled by the Soviet Communist Party.

Folder 189

AFL-CIO

Folder 190

Agronsky, Martin

Folder 191

Alexander, Horace

Folder 192-194

Folder 192

Folder 193

Folder 194

Alumni materials

Folder 195-198

Folder 195

Folder 196

Folder 197

Folder 198

American Friends Service Committee and Quaker-related materials

Folder 199

American Friends Service Committee: Job correspondence

Folder 200

American Friends Service Committee: Projects

Folder 201

American Friends Service Committee: Race relations

Folder 202-203

Folder 202

Folder 203

Appointment books

Folder 204

Articles and excerpts: copies

Folder 205

Baptist Student Union

Folder 206

Beauty tips

Folder 207

Berea College

Folder 208

Bergema, Renate

Folder 209-211

Folder 209

Folder 210

Folder 211

Black chaplaincy

Folder 212

Blanchard, Gary

Folder 213

Carse, James

Folder 214

Catholic Committee of the South

Folder 215

Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions

Folder 216

Chapel Hill Community Chest

Folder 217

Chapel Hill Free Speech Movement

Folder 218

Chapel Hill School Board: Human Relations Commission

Folder 219-222

Folder 219

Folder 220

Folder 221

Folder 222

Chapel of the Cross

Folder 223

Christian Action

Folder 224

Christian education

Folder 225

Christian ethics and history

Folder 226-227

Folder 226

Folder 227

Civil rights

Folder 228

Civil rights: Demonstrations

Folder 229

Civil rights: Opposing views

Folder 230

Coffeehouse and cooking

Folder 231

Committee of Southern Churchmen

Folder 232

Community Council

Folder 233

Concerned citizens

Folder 234

Concerned Students for Peace

Folder 235-237

Folder 235

Folder 236

Folder 237

Correspondence

Folder 238

Cort, John

Folder 239

Council of International Program

Folder 240

Course notes: Old Testament

Folder 241

Cross Currents

Folder 242

Danforth study on campus ministry

Folder 243

David and Cinda party

Folder 244

Decoration and gardening

Folder 245

Dent, Maggie

Folder 246

Dieting

Folder 247

Disarmament

Folder 248

Division of Student Affairs (UNC-Chapel Hill)

Folder 249

Duckles, Ed and Jean

Folder 250

Duke University

Folder 251

Duke University: Chaplain search

Folder 252

Ecumenical Student Conference

Folder 253

Educational Talent Search

Folder 254

Ehle, John

Folder 255

Episcopal Churchmen for South Africa

Folder 256

Episcopal Churchwomen

Folder 257

Episcopal Council on Student Work

Folder 258

Episcopal Society for Cultural and Racial Unity

Folder 259-260

Folder 259

Folder 260

Essays and speeches

Folder 261

Fellowship of Southern Churchmen

Folder 262

Fleishman, Joel

Folder 263

Friends of the College, Inc.

Folder 264

Governor's International Hospitality Committee

Folder 265

Governor's International Student Day

Folder 266

Governor's Office

Folder 267

Graham, Billy

Folder 268

Graham, Frank

Folder 269

Griffin, Ellabeth and Hunter

Folder 270

Handicrafts

Folder 271

Harrington, Michael

Folder 272

Hill, George Jr.

Folder 273

Illsley, Walter and Lucy Burt

Folder 274

Institute on Unemployment

Folder 275

Institutions

Folder 276-279

Folder 276

Folder 277

Folder 278

Folder 279

International exchange

Folder 280-293

Folder 280

Folder 281

Folder 282

Folder 283

Folder 284

Folder 285

Folder 286

Folder 287

Folder 288

Folder 289

Folder 290

Folder 291

Folder 292

Folder 293

International Handicrafts Bazaar, 1973

Folder 294

International Handicrafts Bazaar, 1974

Folder 295

Johnson, Lyndon (President)

Folder 296-297

Folder 296

Folder 297

Kenan Oil Company

Folder 298

Ku Klux Klan

Folder 299

Labor publications

Folder 300

Lee, Gunsam

Folder 301

Lee, Peter

Folder 302

Meditations

Folder 303

Michael Paull controversy

Folder 304

Minorities and disadvantaged

Folder 305

Minority proposals

Folder 306

Miscellaneous files

Folder 307

Mitchell, H. L.

Folder 308

Moore, Dan (Governor)

Folder 309-310

Folder 309

Folder 310

Morgan, Edward

Folder 311

Morrison Neese

Folder 312

National Association of College and University Chaplains

Folder 313

National Guard

Folder 314-315

Folder 314

Folder 315

North Carolina Advancement School

Folder 316

North Carolina Civil Liberties Union

Folder 317

North Carolina Conference on Social Services

Folder 318

North Carolina Women's Caucus

Folder 319-322

Folder 319

Folder 320

Folder 321

Folder 322

Notes

Folder 323-326

Folder 323

Folder 324

Folder 325

Folder 326

Notebooks

Folder 327

Novak, Michael

Folder 328-329

Folder 328

Folder 329

Peace Corps

Folder 330

Peace Corps: Newsletters and articles

Folder 331-332

Folder 331

Folder 332

Peace Corps: Promotional literature

Folder 333-334

Folder 333

Folder 334

Peace Corps: Reports

Folder 335

Percy, Walker

Folder 336-337

Folder 336

Folder 337

Politics

Folder 338

Progressive Labor Club

Folder 339

Race and Church

Folder 340

Race relations: Education

Folder 341

Race relations: Employment

Folder 342

Race and the Protestant Church

Folder 343

Race relations: Southern Regional Council

Folder 344-345

Folder 344

Folder 345

Recommendations

Folder 346-347

Folder 346

Folder 347

Recommendation requests

Folder 348-351

Folder 348

Folder 349

Folder 350

Folder 351

Religious materials

Folder 352

Religious programs for social action

Folder 353

Reports

Folder 354

Report: Teaching Religion to Undergraduates

Folder 355

Reston, James Jr.

Folder 356

Right-wing activism

Folder 357

Rise of Interracial Conference in the South

Folder 358-359

Folder 358

Folder 359

Sanford, Terry

Folder 360

Sharkey - Lease

Folder 361

Sierra Club

Folder 362

Smith, Louis

Folder 363

Southern Conference Educational Fund

Folder 364

Speaker ban law

Folder 365

Speakers

Folder 366

Speeches and sermons

Folder 367

Starbuck, Robert

Folder 368

Steere, Dorothy and Douglas

Folder 369

Students for a Democratic Society

Folder 370

Student Protests

Folder 371

Subscription materials

Folder 372

Subscription renewals, 1974

Folder 373

Survey of UNC minority students

Folder 374

Theology discussion group

Folder 375

Triangle Yale Alumni Association

Folder 376-380

Folder 376

Folder 377

Folder 378

Folder 379

Folder 380

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: General

Folder 381

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: Women

Folder 382

Upward Bound: Yale Summer High School

Folder 383

Vietnam

Folder 384

VIGAH

Folder 385

Violence and nonviolence

Folder 386

VISTA

Folder 387

Wallace, Jimmy

Folder 388

Women's Missionary Union: Scholarships

Folder 389

Work-to-do

Folder 390-394

Folder 390

Folder 391

Folder 392

Folder 393

Folder 394

World Youth Festival, 1959

Folder 395

World Youth Festival, 1959: American Friends Service Committee observation

Folder 396

World Youth Festival, 1959: Clippings

Folder 397

World Youth Festival, 1959: Publications

Folder 398

World Youth Festival, 1959: U.S. Government publications

Folder 399

Writer-in-residence (UNC-Chapel Hill)

Folder 400

Yale Divinity News

Folder 401

Yale Divinity School

Folder 402

Yale Glee Club

Folder 403

Yale University

Folder 404-416

Folder 404

Folder 405

Folder 406

Folder 407

Folder 408

Folder 409

Folder 410

Folder 411

Folder 412

Folder 413

Folder 414

Folder 415

Folder 416

Miscellaneous papers

Folder 417-428

Folder 417

Folder 418

Folder 419

Folder 420

Folder 421

Folder 422

Folder 423

Folder 424

Folder 425

Folder 426

Folder 427

Folder 428

Miscellaneous clippings

Folder 429-435

Folder 429

Folder 430

Folder 431

Folder 432

Folder 433

Folder 434

Folder 435

Recipe clippings

Folder 436-441

Folder 436

Folder 437

Folder 438

Folder 439

Folder 440

Folder 441

Wedding invitations

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 4. Pictures, 1940s-1970s.

About 500 items.

Photographs and other pictures belonging to Anne Queen. The photographs are generally without numbers or captions. Many of the pictures document farm labor projects undertaken by Anne Queen while at Yale University and while with the American Friends Service Committee. Also included are photographs of Terry Sanford, William Friday, Eli Evans, and other prominent state and UNC-Chapel Hill figures that were taken at a party Queen attended in 1971. There are also pictures that seem to be of Queen's mother and sisters, but they cannot be verified due to the lack of captions. Unidentified photographs have been grouped into general types.

See also Series 5 for a class photograph of Anne Queen's graduating class at Yale University Divinity School and enlarged versions of political cartoons by Bob Zschiesche, cartoonist for the Greensboro Daily News, dealing with issues related to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Image Folder PF-5214/1

American Friends Service Committee workcamp, Nashville, Tenn.

Image Folder PF-5214/2

East Bay Camp photographs

Image Folder PF-5214/3

Florida photographs

Image Folder PF-5214/4

Framed pictures

Image Folder PF-5214/5

Framed pictures

Image Folder PF-5214/6

Louisville photographs

Image Folder PF-5214/7

Terry Sanford party, 1971

Image Folder PF-5214/8

Theater photographs

Image Folder PF-5214/9

Washington, D.C., photographs

Image Folder PF-5214/10

Yale photographs

Image Folder PF-5214/11

Assorted photographs

Image Folder PF-5214/12

Assorted photographs

Image Folder PF-5214/13

Assorted photographs

Image Folder PF-5214/14

Assorted photographs

Image Folder PF-5214/15

Assorted photographs

Image Folder PF-5214/16

Assorted photographs

Photograph Album PA-5214/1

Photograph album from Queen's retirement party, 1975

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 4A. Photographs, 1947-1948, 1980 (Addition of November 2016).

13 images.

Acquisitions Information: Accession 102694

Arrangement: Chronological.

Image Folder PF-5214/17

Bonnie, Mattie, and Dot visit to New Haven," Yale Divinity School, circa 1947-1948

Black-and-white prints

6 images

Image Folder PF-5214/18

Yale Divinity School graduation, 1948

Black-and-white prints

3 images

Image Folder PF-5214/19

"Anne Queen's Chapel Hill Cottage Mallett St.," circa 1982

Color prints

4 images

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 5. Oversized Items, 1940s-1970s.

About 40 items.

Oversized prints and documents belonging to Anne Queen. Included are art prints, a class photograph of Anne Queen's graduating class at Yale University Divinity School, and enlarged versions of political cartoons by Bob Zschiesche, cartoonist for the Greensboro Daily News, dealing with issues related to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Oversize Paper Folder OP-5214/1-2

OP-5214/1

OP-5214/2

Oversized items

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 6. Restricted Materials, 1954-1975.

About 400 items.

CLOSED UNTIL 2050.

Personnel records, tax documents, and other materials related to Anne Queen. These materials are RESTRICTED until 2050.

Folder 442-454

Folder 442

Folder 443

Folder 444

Folder 445

Folder 446

Folder 447

Folder 448

Folder 449

Folder 450

Folder 451

Folder 452

Folder 453

Folder 454

Restricted materials

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 7A. Papers, 1960s-1970s (Addition of July 2013).

About 1200 items.

Acquisitions Information: Accession 101850

Correspondence, chiefly personal, with friends, family, and former students, including James B. Reston Jr., Tom Lambeth, and Joel Fleishman. Loose papers appear to be collected readings and background materials on topics that include North Carolina politics; campus unrest; the role of YWCAs, YMCAs, local churches, and student religion on university campuses; freedom and welfare; spirituality and religion; and peace and justice. There are publications, printed ephemera, sermons, and other materials.

Box 42-43

Box 42

Box 43

Correspondence, 1964-1975

Box 44

Loose papers, 1960s-1970s

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 7A. Papers, 1990-1993 (Addition of August 2013).

About 15 items.

Acquisitions Information: Accession 101891

Correspondence and other papers relating to efforts to get an honorary degree for Anne Queen.

Folder 464

Papers, 1990-1993

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 7A. Papers, 1975, 1988-1992 (Addition of June 2018).

About 20 items.

Acquisitions Information: Accession 103367

Correspondence, including two thank you letters for support from Senator Terry Sanford, speeches made at the ceremony marking the establishment of the Anne Queen Fund to endow the Campus Y in 1982, and twelve photographic colors prints possibly from the honorary degree celebration in 1992.

Folder 465

Papers, 1988-1990

Image Folder PF-05214/20

Honorary degree celebration, 1992

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 7A. Papers, 1982-1992 (Addition of October 2018).

About 50 items.

Acquisitions Information: Accession 103477

Correspondence, speeches, and documents related to Anne Queen, former director of the Campus Y. Includes personal correspondence between Queen and George Lensing; correspondence related to Queen’s nomination for an honorary degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, including a letter of support from former Governor James B. Hunt; and materials related to the establishment of the Anne Queen fund for the Campus Y.

Folder 466

Papers, 1982-1992

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