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|Size||79 items (.5 linear feet)|
|Abstract||The collection of white student Charles W. Higgins contains images depicting student social life on campus at the University of North Carolina and in Chapel Hill, N.C. Subjects include students playing football, student groups, campus buildings, and some images of women on campus.|
|Creator||Higgins, Charles W.|
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Charles W. Higgins, a white engineering student from Greensboro, N.C., graduated from the University of North Carolina in 1917.Back to Top
The collection of white student Charles W. Higgins contains images depicting student social life on campus at the University of North Carolina and in Chapel Hill, N.C. Subjects include students playing football, student groups, campus buildings, and some images of women on campus.Back to Top
Arrangement: Original order.
|Image Box IB-P0131/1||
Charles W. Higgins photographs, 1916-1917 #P0131, Series: "Charles W. Higgins Photographs, circa 1916-1917." IB-P0131/1
Black-and-White Photographic Prints
Images appear to have been removed from an album or scrapbook. Some images have information on verso.
Processed by: Patrick Cullom, August 2019
Encoded by: Patrick Cullom, August 2019
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