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  • Z. Smith Reynolds Library Special Collections and Archives (10/6/2010)
    J. Van Wagstaff ran the Urban Affairs Institute from 1968-1970.These are the papers of the Director, consisting of budgets, proposals for grants and programs, minutes, and related materials.
  • Z. Smith Reynolds Library Special Collections and Archives (10/6/2010)
  • Z. Smith Reynolds Library Special Collections and Archives (10/6/2010)
    Bill J. Leonard is a native of Texas and first dean of the Wake Forest University Divinity School.These sermons were delivered at Providence Baptist Church, Charlotte, North Carolina during his first year as dean and while ...
  • Z. Smith Reynolds Library Special Collections and Archives (10/6/2010)
    The Civic Music Association sponsored annual concert series in Winston-Salem, N.C.The collection includes programs (some autographed), photographs, newspaper clippings, lists of performances, and papers of Association ...
  • Z. Smith Reynolds Library Special Collections and Archives (10/6/2010)
  • Z. Smith Reynolds Library Special Collections and Archives (10/6/2010)
    Collection consists of documentation for Merritt's research project on what became the President's house, Wake Forest University, built by Ralph P. Hanes in 1929. Includes a telephone interview with Mr. Hanes' daughter, ...
  • Z. Smith Reynolds Library Special Collections and Archives (10/6/2010)
    Historical materials collected by Dr. Ellen Tabor from the organization of the North Carolina Baptist Nursing Fellowship, 1983 to 1986. Includes photocopies of correspondence, reports, minutes, agendas, newsletters and ...
  • Z. Smith Reynolds Library Special Collections and Archives (10/6/2010)
    O.G. Tillman was a graduate of Wake Forest College (Class of 1919) and a missionary to Burma.Tillman was an art instructor at Wake Forest College. His papers consist of biographical information, Burmese artifacts, his ...
  • Z. Smith Reynolds Library Special Collections and Archives (10/6/2010)
  • Z. Smith Reynolds Library Special Collections and Archives (10/6/2010)
  • Z. Smith Reynolds Library Special Collections and Archives (10/6/2010)
    Terrell was a Methodist minister and poet.His letter, Nov. 2, 1908, written from Granite Falls, North Carolina to the Rev. Hight C. Moore, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, contains biographical information on Terrell and gives ...
  • Z. Smith Reynolds Library Special Collections and Archives (10/6/2010)
    Pennel was Corp. Co. B, 2nd Regt. North Carolina Cavalry.Service record (printed) and letters of Corp. Pennel from Wilkes County, North Carolina, written from Aquia Creek, Virginia, Fredericksburg, Virginia, and Goldsborough, ...
  • Z. Smith Reynolds Library Special Collections and Archives (10/6/2010)
    Mr. Teeter, a Baptist minister, farmer, and merchant, was born in Stanly County, North Carolina and served Canton, Locust First, and Philadelphia Baptist churches. He also taught penmanship, served as clerk of the Stanly ...
  • Z. Smith Reynolds Library Special Collections and Archives (10/6/2010)
    Papers of William Kay McGee and Velma (Preslar) McGee, Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Dr. McGee was a Baptist pastor and for 26 years Director of Denominational Relations for North Carolina Baptist Hospital.The papers ...
  • Z. Smith Reynolds Library Special Collections and Archives (10/6/2010)
    The Hassell family were Primitive Baptists in Martin County, North Carolina.The papers consist of an undated notebook of Cushing Biggs Hassell (1809-1880); and an article on McBeth by Sylvester Hassell (1842-1928).
  • Z. Smith Reynolds Library Special Collections and Archives (10/6/2010)
    K.T. Raynor was an alumnus of Wake Forest College (Class of 1914), and an associate professor of mathematics at Wake Forest College from 1926 until his retirement in 1961.His papers contain biographical information, awards ...
  • Z. Smith Reynolds Library Special Collections and Archives (10/6/2010)
    Cabanis was a general merchant with a store in Franklin County, Virginia.His account book lists his patrons and their purchases.
  • Z. Smith Reynolds Library Special Collections and Archives (10/6/2010)
    Judson College was established in 1858 by the Western Baptist Convention of North Carolina as a girls' school. The college building was later sold to the town of Hendersonville, North Carolina and used for a public grade ...
  • Z. Smith Reynolds Library Special Collections and Archives (10/6/2010)
    Alvada Gunn (later Durham) was a Southern Baptist Missionary to China from 1920 to 1926.Her papers consist of letters, 1920-26, 1984, to the J.W. Holmes family, Farmville, North Carolina, where she taught school prior to ...
  • Z. Smith Reynolds Library Special Collections and Archives (10/6/2010)
    This collection contains biographical/genealogical items; correspondence; diaries; education files; photographs; scrapbooks and clippings; articles and other literary productions of the Duggan, Prichard, Crittenden, and ...