Collection Number: 40446

Collection Title: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Ephemera Collection, 1918-2017

This is a finding aid. It is a description of archival material held in the Wilson Library at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Unless otherwise noted, the materials described below are physically available in our reading room, and not digitally available through the World Wide Web. See the Duplication Policy section for more information.


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Size 4.5 feet of linear shelf space (approximately 1400 items)
Abstract This collection consists of ephemera-materials created for a specific event or purpose and intended to be discarded after use-related to events, departments, and organizations at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Examples of ephemera include flyers, brochures, and event posters.
Language English
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Restrictions to Access
No restrictions. Open for research.
Restrictions to Use
No usage restrictions.
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 University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Ephemera Collection #40446, University Archives, The Wilson Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Acquisitions Information
Donated by C. Hawkins, October 2015 (RT 20151023.2); Howard Waynick, October 2016 (RT 20161028.1); Charles C. Harris in December 2016 (RT 20161219.1); Reverand Lane Sapp on behalf of Ethel Armstrong, the daughter of UNC alumnus James Lynn Kapp, in December 2016 (RT 20161215.1); Rebecca Lawson in January 2017 (RT 20170128.2); Cindy Hahamovitch in January 2017 (RT 20170128.3); Deborah Potter in August 2017 (RT 20170809.1); in October 2017 (RT 20171031.1); Hetali Lodaya in March 2013 (RT 20130306.1); Nikita Shamdasani in April 2014 (RT 20140407.2); Andrew Powell in June 2014 (RT 20140616.1); David Marsh in March 2015 (RT 20150302.1); Frank Carter in July 2018 (RT 20180727.2); and collected from UNC Libraries staff in December 2016 (20161231.1) and January 2018 (RT 20180105.1).
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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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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Series 1: Campus Life Ephemera. This series consists of ephemera related to campus organizations, events, classes, and other aspects of university life and organized by year. Much of the ephemera is collected from bulletin boards in the R.B. House Undergraduate Library and residence hall bulletin boards.

Series 2: Howard Waynick Music Ephemera. This series consists of programs from concerts and other musical events at the University of North Carolina between 1936 and 1940. They were collected by Howard Waynick, UNC class of 1938, a musician in Greensboro, N.C.

Series 3: C. Hawkins Ephemera. This series consists of materials collected by C. Hawkins, UNC-Chapel Hill class of 2000, between 1997 and 2004. The series includes ephemera related to UNC-Chapel Hill athletics, the General Alumni Association, the Sonja Haynes Stone Center for Black History and Culture, theater at UNC-Chapel Hill, the Black Student Movement, campus elections, C-TOPS and TSOP orientations, the Masala Fashion Show, Fall Fest, and other campus events.

Series 4: James Lynn Kapp Ephemera. An invitation sent to members of the class of 1893 for a reunion of the classes of 1917, 1913, 1908, 1903, 1898, and 1893. The letter, addressed to Mr. James Lynn Kapp, is accompanied by its original envelope and an enclosed list of members of the class of 1893. There are also pictures of campus landmarks that may have been included with the invitation as well as two later photographs of Wilson Library and Manning Hall.

Series 5: Class Strike Ephemera. This series consists of materials related to a 1970 class strike and student petition challenging the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill's disruption policy. The class strike was called to protest the United States's invasion of Cambodia. Following the strike, students submitted a petition, signed by 600 to 800 students, to UNC-Chapel Hill President William C. Friday declaring that they had violated the University's disruption policy. This was intended to overwhelm the University's system for investigating and responding to violations of the policy. In response, Dean of Students C.O. Cathey sent letters to all students who signed the petition, asking them to confirm that they had signed and to further explain their signature of the petition within ten days.

Series 6: Elsie Earle Lawson Modern Dance Ephemera. Ephemera collected by Elsie Earle Lawson, a UNC dance instructor, dance associate of the Carolina Playmakers, and advisor to the Carolina Modern Dance Club. Materials include programs for performances and conferences, photos of dancers, and news releases and clippings about the dance program.

Series 7: UNC Labor Support Group Ephemera. Materials related to the UNC Labor Support Group and labor activism at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Series 8: Helen Louise McDevitt Ephemera. This series consists of materials documenting McDevitt's time on campus and in Chapel Hill, including a letters regarding her admission to UNC and her graduate teaching fellowship, her Athletic Association membership card, a newspaper clipping, and photos. Included is a letter of recommendation from Cordelia Camp, director of the Training School at Western Carolina.

Series 9: Student's Letter Home, 1988. This series consists of a single letter on UNC letterhead dated April 5, 1988 and addressed to "M + D" (presumably "Mom and Dad") from "Janice."

Series 10: Student Body President Campaign Materials, 2012-2015. This series consists primarily of flyers, photos, posters, and other promotional materials related to student campaigns for Student Body President of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Also included are some planning materials, candidate platforms, and correspondence related to campaigns.

Series 11: Frank Carter Jubilee Footage, 1970. This series consists of footage taken at the Jubilee music festival on the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill campus in May 1970. Student Frank Carter (class of 1972) took the footage as part of an assignment for a class in the Department of Radio, Television, and Motion Pictures (RTVMP).

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Contents list

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 1. Campus Life Ephemera

800 items.

This series consists of ephemera related to campus organizations, events, classes, and other aspects of university life and organized by year. Much of the ephemera is collected from bulletin boards in the R.B. House Undergraduate Library and residence hall bulletin boards.

Aquisitions Information: Collected from the Undergraduate Library and around campus by UNC Libraries staff (RT 20161231.1).

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Flyers, posters, and other ephemera related to campus events, organizations, classes, solicitation and recruitment of students, and other aspects of campus life. Most of the ephemera was collected from the bulletin boards in the House Undergraduate Library and Manning West residence hall.

Also included are two posters reflecting the 2016 United States presidential election - a hand-made poster in support Hillary Clinton, with graffiti in marker, and a poster advertising a lecture on the first black student at Black Mountain College, which has been marked with "Trump" in marker.

Folder 11

UNC departments and programs #40446, Subseries: "1.1 Campus Life Ephemera, 2016" Folder 11

Folder 12

Events, performances, lectures, and exhibits #40446, Subseries: "1.1 Campus Life Ephemera, 2016" Folder 12

Oversize Paper Folder OPF-40446/6

Events, performances, lectures, and exhibits #40446, Subseries: "1.1 Campus Life Ephemera, 2016" OPF-40446/6

Folder 13

Solicitations and recruitment #40446, Subseries: "1.1 Campus Life Ephemera, 2016" Folder 13

Folder 14

Student organizations #40446, Subseries: "1.1 Campus Life Ephemera, 2016" Folder 14

Folder 15

Classes #40446, Subseries: "1.1 Campus Life Ephemera, 2016" Folder 15

Oversize Paper Folder OPF-40446/5

Classes, student organizations, solicitation and recruitment, and UNC departments #40446, Subseries: "1.1 Campus Life Ephemera, 2016" OPF-40446/5

Oversize Paper Folder OPF-40446/7

2016 United States presidential election ephemera #40446, Subseries: "1.1 Campus Life Ephemera, 2016" OPF-40446/7

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200 items.

Flyers, posters, and other ephemera related to campus events, organizations, classes, solicitation and recruitment of students, and other aspects of campus life. Most of the ephemera was collected from the bulletin boards in the House Undergraduate Library and Manning West residence hall, while additional materials were collected around campus by Wilson Library staff.

Of particular note in this subseries are materials related to protests against UNC's Confederate Monument, nicknamed "Silent Sam."

Aquisitions Information: RT 20180105.1.

Folder 18

UNC departments and programs #40446, Subseries: "1.2 Campus Life Ephemera, 2017" Folder 18

Folder 19-20

Folder 19

Folder 20

Events, performances, lectures, and exhibits #40446, Subseries: "1.2 Campus Life Ephemera, 2017" Folder 19-20

Oversize Paper Folder OPF-40446/10

Events, performances, lectures, and exhibits #40446, Subseries: "1.2 Campus Life Ephemera, 2017" OPF-40446/10

Folder 21

Solicitations and recruitment #40446, Subseries: "1.2 Campus Life Ephemera, 2017" Folder 21

Folder 22

Student organizations #40446, Subseries: "1.2 Campus Life Ephemera, 2017" Folder 22

Folder 23

Classes #40446, Subseries: "1.2 Campus Life Ephemera, 2017" Folder 23

Folder 24

Athletics #40446, Subseries: "1.2 Campus Life Ephemera, 2017" Folder 24

Folder 25

Student activism, general #40446, Subseries: "1.2 Campus Life Ephemera, 2017" Folder 25

Folder 26

Confederate monument protests #40446, Subseries: "1.2 Campus Life Ephemera, 2017" Folder 26

Digital Folder DF-40446/6

Confederate monument protests #40446, Subseries: "1.2 Campus Life Ephemera, 2017" DF-40446/6

Oversize Paper Folder OPF-40446/11

Classes, student organizations, UNC departments, athletics, and student activism #40446, Subseries: "1.2 Campus Life Ephemera, 2017" OPF-40446/11

Includes one oversize poster related to the Confederate monument protests.

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66 items.

This series consists of programs from concerts and other musical events at the University of North Carolina between 1936 and 1940. They were collected by Howard Waynick, UNC class of 1938, a musician in Greensboro, N.C.

Acquisitions information: Donated by Howard Waynick in October 2015 (RT 20161028.1)

Oversize Paper Folder OPF-40446/1-3

Band Notes newsletter, May 1935 #40446, Series: "2. Howard Waynick Music Ephemera, 1936-1940." OPF-40446/1-3

The Boston Sinfonietta, 1935 #40446, Series: "2. Howard Waynick Music Ephemera, 1936-1940." OPF-40446/1-3

Armistice Day Exercises, 1935 #40446, Series: "2. Howard Waynick Music Ephemera, 1936-1940." OPF-40446/1-3

Miriam Winslow and Her Dancers, 1935 #40446, Series: "2. Howard Waynick Music Ephemera, 1936-1940." OPF-40446/1-3

The University Glee Clubs, 1935 #40446, Series: "2. Howard Waynick Music Ephemera, 1936-1940." OPF-40446/1-3

Vesper Organ Recitals-Jan Philip Schinhan, 1936 #40446, Series: "2. Howard Waynick Music Ephemera, 1936-1940." OPF-40446/1-3

The Hedgerow Players in Twelfth Night, 1936 #40446, Series: "2. Howard Waynick Music Ephemera, 1936-1940." OPF-40446/1-3

Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra, 1936 #40446, Series: "2. Howard Waynick Music Ephemera, 1936-1940." OPF-40446/1-3

Gladys Swarthout (program and advertisement), 1936 #40446, Series: "2. Howard Waynick Music Ephemera, 1936-1940." OPF-40446/1-3

The University Glee Clubs, 1936 #40446, Series: "2. Howard Waynick Music Ephemera, 1936-1940." OPF-40446/1-3

The Siberian Singers, 1936 #40446, Series: "2. Howard Waynick Music Ephemera, 1936-1940." OPF-40446/1-3

The University of Michigan Little Symphony, 1936 #40446, Series: "2. Howard Waynick Music Ephemera, 1936-1940." OPF-40446/1-3

James Melton and Gunda Mordan, 1936 #40446, Series: "2. Howard Waynick Music Ephemera, 1936-1940." OPF-40446/1-3

Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Fraternity, 1936 #40446, Series: "2. Howard Waynick Music Ephemera, 1936-1940." OPF-40446/1-3

Jooss European Ballet, 1936 #40446, Series: "2. Howard Waynick Music Ephemera, 1936-1940." OPF-40446/1-3

French Piano Music Lecture-Recital by Peter Hansen, 1936 #40446, Series: "2. Howard Waynick Music Ephemera, 1936-1940." OPF-40446/1-3

Organ Recital by Jan Philip Schinhan, 1936 #40446, Series: "2. Howard Waynick Music Ephemera, 1936-1940." OPF-40446/1-3

Jack Payton, Zylophonist and James Dees, Baritone, 1936 #40446, Series: "2. Howard Waynick Music Ephemera, 1936-1940." OPF-40446/1-3

The Jitney Players in London Assurance, 1936 #40446, Series: "2. Howard Waynick Music Ephemera, 1936-1940." OPF-40446/1-3

The Chapel Hill Choral Club presents The Christmas Oratorio, 1936 #40446, Series: "2. Howard Waynick Music Ephemera, 1936-1940." OPF-40446/1-3

Benefit Performance for Flood Relief: The Carolina Playmakers present The Pirates of Penzance, 1937 #40446, Series: "2. Howard Waynick Music Ephemera, 1936-1940." OPF-40446/1-3

Lecture Recital on Robert Schumann by Harold Cone, 1937 #40446, Series: "2. Howard Waynick Music Ephemera, 1936-1940." OPF-40446/1-3

The Theatre of Angna Enters, 1937 #40446, Series: "2. Howard Waynick Music Ephemera, 1936-1940." OPF-40446/1-3

Recital by Helen Jepson, 1937 #40446, Series: "2. Howard Waynick Music Ephemera, 1936-1940." OPF-40446/1-3

Elda Vettori, Dramatic Soprano, 1937 #40446, Series: "2. Howard Waynick Music Ephemera, 1936-1940." OPF-40446/1-3

Faculty Recital, 1937 #40446, Series: "2. Howard Waynick Music Ephemera, 1936-1940." OPF-40446/1-3

The Summer Session Chorus, 937 #40446, Series: "2. Howard Waynick Music Ephemera, 1936-1940." OPF-40446/1-3

Piano Recital by Harold Cone, 1937 #40446, Series: "2. Howard Waynick Music Ephemera, 1936-1940." OPF-40446/1-3

Organ Recital by Jan Philip Schinhan, 1937 #40446, Series: "2. Howard Waynick Music Ephemera, 1936-1940." OPF-40446/1-3

Miss Helen McGraw, Pianist, 1937 #40446, Series: "2. Howard Waynick Music Ephemera, 1936-1940." OPF-40446/1-3

Band Notes newsletter, November 1937 #40446, Series: "2. Howard Waynick Music Ephemera, 1936-1940." OPF-40446/1-3

The Wagnerian Festival Singers, 1937 #40446, Series: "2. Howard Waynick Music Ephemera, 1936-1940." OPF-40446/1-3

Addison Fowler and Florenz Tamara International Dance Interpretations, 1937 #40446, Series: "2. Howard Waynick Music Ephemera, 1936-1940." OPF-40446/1-3

Community Sing-Chapel Hill Madrigal Club, 1937 #40446, Series: "2. Howard Waynick Music Ephemera, 1936-1940." OPF-40446/1-3

All-Beethoven Recital, 1938 #40446, Series: "2. Howard Waynick Music Ephemera, 1936-1940." OPF-40446/1-3

Two Violin Recital, 1938 #40446, Series: "2. Howard Waynick Music Ephemera, 1936-1940." OPF-40446/1-3

The Vienna Choir Boys, 1938 #40446, Series: "2. Howard Waynick Music Ephemera, 1936-1940." OPF-40446/1-3

Band Notes newsletter, January 1938 #40446, Series: "2. Howard Waynick Music Ephemera, 1936-1940." OPF-40446/1-3

The Alumni Review, February 1938 #40446, Series: "2. Howard Waynick Music Ephemera, 1936-1940." OPF-40446/1-3

The Continental Ensemble, 1938 #40446, Series: "2. Howard Waynick Music Ephemera, 1936-1940." OPF-40446/1-3

The University Symphony Orchestra, 1938 #40446, Series: "2. Howard Waynick Music Ephemera, 1936-1940." OPF-40446/1-3

The Little Symphony of the University of Michigan, 1938 #40446, Series: "2. Howard Waynick Music Ephemera, 1936-1940." OPF-40446/1-3

The University Women's Glee Club assisted by The University Men's Glee Club, 1938 #40446, Series: "2. Howard Waynick Music Ephemera, 1936-1940." OPF-40446/1-3

Organ Recital by Jan Philip Schinhan, 1938 #40446, Series: "2. Howard Waynick Music Ephemera, 1936-1940." OPF-40446/1-3

The School for Scandal, 1938 #40446, Series: "2. Howard Waynick Music Ephemera, 1936-1940." OPF-40446/1-3

Trudi Schoop and her Dancing Comedians in All for Love, 1938 #40446, Series: "2. Howard Waynick Music Ephemera, 1936-1940." OPF-40446/1-3

Norman Cordon, 1938 #40446, Series: "2. Howard Waynick Music Ephemera, 1936-1940." OPF-40446/1-3

Luboshutz and Nemenoff, Duo-Pianists, 1938 #40446, Series: "2. Howard Waynick Music Ephemera, 1936-1940." OPF-40446/1-3

Faust, 1938 #40446, Series: "2. Howard Waynick Music Ephemera, 1936-1940." OPF-40446/1-3

The University Women's Glee Club, 1938 #40446, Series: "2. Howard Waynick Music Ephemera, 1936-1940." OPF-40446/1-3

Organ Recital by Jan Philip Schinhan, 1939 #40446, Series: "2. Howard Waynick Music Ephemera, 1936-1940." OPF-40446/1-3

The University of Michigan Little Symphony, 1939 #40446, Series: "2. Howard Waynick Music Ephemera, 1936-1940." OPF-40446/1-3

The Coolidge Quartet, 1939 #40446, Series: "2. Howard Waynick Music Ephemera, 1936-1940." OPF-40446/1-3

National Symphony Orchestra, 1939 #40446, Series: "2. Howard Waynick Music Ephemera, 1936-1940." OPF-40446/1-3

Organ Recital by Virgil Fox, 1939 #40446, Series: "2. Howard Waynick Music Ephemera, 1936-1940." OPF-40446/1-3

Graduation Recital by M.H. Wanick, 1939 #40446, Series: "2. Howard Waynick Music Ephemera, 1936-1940." OPF-40446/1-3

Piano Recital - Herbert Livingston, 1939 #40446, Series: "2. Howard Waynick Music Ephemera, 1936-1940." OPF-40446/1-3

Lois Bannerman, American Harpist, 1939 #40446, Series: "2. Howard Waynick Music Ephemera, 1936-1940." OPF-40446/1-3

Robert Wallenborn in Piano Recital, 1939 #40446, Series: "2. Howard Waynick Music Ephemera, 1936-1940." OPF-40446/1-3

John E. Toms, Tenor, 1939 #40446, Series: "2. Howard Waynick Music Ephemera, 1936-1940." OPF-40446/1-3

Student Recital, 1939 #40446, Series: "2. Howard Waynick Music Ephemera, 1936-1940." OPF-40446/1-3

United States Marine Band, 1940 #40446, Series: "2. Howard Waynick Music Ephemera, 1936-1940." OPF-40446/1-3

Student-Faculty Day Committee presents Evening Entertainment, undated #40446, Series: "2. Howard Waynick Music Ephemera, 1936-1940." OPF-40446/1-3

The Carolina Salon Ensemble, undated #40446, Series: "2. Howard Waynick Music Ephemera, 1936-1940." OPF-40446/1-3

Helen Birminham Kane, Pianist, undated #40446, Series: "2. Howard Waynick Music Ephemera, 1936-1940." OPF-40446/1-3

Concerts Given by the 1936 All-State High School Music Organizations, undated #40446, Series: "2. Howard Waynick Music Ephemera, 1936-1940." OPF-40446/1-3

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 3. C. Hawkins Ephemera, 1997-2004.

About 80 items.

This series consists of materials collected by C. Hawkins, UNC-Chapel Hill class of 2000, between 1997 and 2004. The series includes ephemera related to UNC-Chapel Hill athletics, the General Alumni Association, the Sonja Haynes Stone Center for Black History and Culture, theater at UNC-Chapel Hill, the Black Student Movement, campus elections, C-TOPS and TSOP orientations, the Masala Fashion Show, Fall Fest, and other campus events.

Acquisitions information: Donated by C. Hawkins in October 2015 (RT 20151023.2)

Folder 1

Ephemera related to UNC-Chapel Hill Athletics #40446, Series: "3. C. Hawkins Ephemera, 1997-2004." Folder 1

Folder 2

Ephemera related to the General Alumni Association #40446, Series: "3. C. Hawkins Ephemera, 1997-2004." Folder 2

Folder 3

Ephemera related to the Black Student Movement #40446, Series: "3. C. Hawkins Ephemera, 1997-2004." Folder 3

Folder 4

Ephemera related to other campus events #40446, Series: "3. C. Hawkins Ephemera, 1997-2004." Folder 4

Oversize Paper Folder OPF-40446/4

ACC Basketball, 2003 #40446, Series: "3. C. Hawkins Ephemera, 1997-2004." OPF-40446/4

Summer Jam 2002 poster #40446, Series: "3. C. Hawkins Ephemera, 1997-2004." OPF-40446/4

General Alumni Association membership poster, 2002 #40446, Series: "3. C. Hawkins Ephemera, 1997-2004." OPF-40446/4

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 4. James Lynn Kapp Ephemera, 1918 and undated.

25 items.

An invitation sent to members of the class of 1893 for a reunion of the classes of 1917, 1913, 1908, 1903, 1898, and 1893. The letter, addressed to Mr. James Lynn Kapp, is accompanied by its original envelope and an enclosed list of members of the class of 1893. There are also pictures of campus landmarks that may have been included with the invitation as well as two later photographs of Wilson Library and Manning Hall.

Acquisitions information: Donated to University Archives by Rev. Lane Sapp on behalf of Ethel Armstrong, the daughter of UNC alumnus James Lynn Kapp (RT 20161215.1)

Folder 5

Invitation to alumni reunion, 1918 #40446, Series: "4. James Lynn Kapp Ephemera, 1918 and undated." Folder 5

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 5. Class Strike Ephemera, 1970.

10 items.

This series consists of materials related to a 1970 class strike and student petition challenging the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill's disruption policy. The class strike was called to protest the United States's invasion of Cambodia. Following the strike, students submitted a petition, signed by 600 to 800 students, to UNC-Chapel Hill President William C. Friday declaring that they had violated the University's disruption policy. This was intended to overwhelm the University's system for investigating and responding to violations of the policy. In response, Dean of Students C.O. Cathey sent letters to all students who signed the petition, asking them to confirm that they had signed and to further explain their signature of the petition within ten days.

Acquisitions information: Donated by Charles C. Harris in December 2016 (RT 20161219.1)

Folder 6

"Class Strike Wednesday" flyer #40446, Series: "5. Class Strike Ephemera, 1970." Folder 6

"Students Take on Disruption Policy" newspaper clipping #40446, Series: "5. Class Strike Ephemera, 1970." Folder 6

Amnesty statement form #40446, Series: "5. Class Strike Ephemera, 1970." Folder 6

Strike newsletter #40446, Series: "5. Class Strike Ephemera, 1970." Folder 6

Letter from the Strike Steering Committee to petition signers #40446, Series: "5. Class Strike Ephemera, 1970." Folder 6

Letters from Dean C.O. Cathey to petition signers #40446, Series: "5. Class Strike Ephemera, 1970." Folder 6

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 6. Elsie Earle Lawson Modern Dance Ephemera, 1941-1942.

50 items.

Ephemera collected by Elsie Earle Lawson, a UNC dance instructor, dance associate of the Carolina Playmakers, and advisor to the Carolina Modern Dance Club. Materials include programs for performances and conferences, photos of dancers, and news releases and clippings about the dance program.

Acquisitions information: Donated by Rebecca Lawson (RT 20170128.2)

Folder 7

Programs and Event Schedules, 1941-1942 #40446, Series: "6. Elsie Earle Lawson Modern Dance Ephemera, 1941-1942." Folder 7

Folder 8

News clippings and releases, 1941-1942 #40446, Series: "6. Elsie Earle Lawson Modern Dance Ephemera, 1941-1942." Folder 8

Folder 9

Photographs, 1941-1942 #40446, Series: "6. Elsie Earle Lawson Modern Dance Ephemera, 1941-1942." Folder 9

Individuals pictured include Elsie Earle Lawson, Frederick Koch, Charles McCraw, Frances Erwin, Harris Hooks, Amilie Anderson, and Anice Jarmany.

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 7. UNC Labor Support Group Ephemera, 1986-1992.

25 items.

Materials related to the UNC Labor Support Group and labor activism at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Acquisitions information: Donated by Cindy Hahamovitch (RT 20170128.3)

Folder 10

UNC Labor Support Group #40446, Series: "7. UNC Labor Support Group Ephemera, 1986-1992." Folder 10

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 8. Helen Louise McDevitt Ephemera, 1943-1945

Helen Louise McDevitt (1920-2015) graduated from Western Carolina Teachers College (now Western Carolina University) in 1943 with a degree in Business Education with a minor in Mathematics. After graduating, she came to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill as a graduate student and was the first woman mathematics instructor at the university. This series consists of materials documenting McDevitt's time on campus and in Chapel Hill, including a letters regarding her admission to UNC and her graduate teaching fellowship, her Athletic Association membership card, a newspaper clipping, and photos. Included is a letter of recommendation from Cordelia Camp, director of the Training School at Western Carolina.

Donated by Deborah Potter, August 2017 (RT 20170809.1).

Folder 16

Helen Louise McDevitt Ephemera, 1943-1945 #40446, Series: "8. Helen Louise McDevitt Ephemera, 1943-1945" Folder 16

Digital Folder DF-40446/1

Scanned letters and portrait of McDevitt, 1943-1944 #40446, Series: "8. Helen Louise McDevitt Ephemera, 1943-1945" DF-40446/1

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 9. Student's Letter Home, 1988

This addition consists of a letter on UNC letterhead dated April 5, 1988 and addressed to "M + D" (presumably "Mom and Dad") from "Janice." She discusses hosting a visiting speaker on campus as part of the BGSA (likely the Biology Graduate Students Association) and a trip to Wilmington, North Carolina.

Aquisitions Information: RT 20171031.1.

Folder 17

Student's letter home, 1988 #40446, Series: "9. Student's Letter Home, 1988" Folder 17

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 10. Student Body President Campaign Materials, 2012-2015

223 items.

This series consists primarily of flyers, photos, posters, and other promotional materials related to student campaigns for Student Body President of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Also included are some planning materials, candidate platforms, and correspondence related to campaigns.

Aquisitions Information: RT 20130306.1, RT 20140407.2, RT 20140616.1, RT 20150302.1.

Oversize Paper Folder OPF-40446/9

Student Body President campaign materials: Hetali Lodiya, 2013 #40446, Series: "10. Student Body President Campaign Materials, 2012-2015" OPF-40446/9

Digital Folder DF-40446/2

Hetali Lodaya, 2012-2013 #40446, Series: "10. Student Body President Campaign Materials, 2012-2015" DF-40446/2

Digital Folder DF-40446/3

Andrew Powell, 2014 #40446, Series: "10. Student Body President Campaign Materials, 2012-2015" DF-40446/3

Digital Folder DF-40446/4

Nikita Shamdasani, 2014 #40446, Series: "10. Student Body President Campaign Materials, 2012-2015" DF-40446/4

Digital Folder DF-40446/5

David Marsh, 2015 #40446, Series: "10. Student Body President Campaign Materials, 2012-2015" DF-40446/5

Oversize Paper Folder OPF-40446/8

Student Body President campaign materials, 2015 #40446, Series: "10. Student Body President Campaign Materials, 2012-2015" OPF-40446/8

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 11. Frank Carter Jubilee Footage, 1970

Footage taken at the Jubilee music festival on the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill campus in May 1970. Student Frank Carter (class of 1972) took the footage as part of an assignment for a class in the Department of Radio, Television, and Motion Pictures (RTVMP).

Aquisitions Information: RT 20180727.2.

Digital Folder DF-40446/7

Frank Carter Jubilee footage, 1970 #40446, Series: "11. Frank Carter Jubilee Footage, 1970" DF-40446/7

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Processed by: Jennifer Coggins and Carson Fish, November 2016.

Updated because of additions by University Archives staff in December 2016, January 2017, September 2017, November 2017, December 2017, January, April, and August 2018

Encoded by: Gergana Abernathy, November 2016

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