University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Bicentennial Photographic Collection [graphic].

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University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Bicentennial Photographic Collection [graphic].

The collection documents the bicentennial activities at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in October 1993. The majority of the images were taken by Dan Sears and Rick Beckman, but the work of a few other UNC staff photographers is also included. Most of the images date from October 1993, but a few were taken on other dates.

ca. 4,150 images, including ca. 1,140 prints; 3,006 35 mm. negatives, 2 col. transparencies, 4 x 5 inches; and 2 35 mm. col. slides (ca. 7.0 linear feet)

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Betts, Doris

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Doris June Waugh Betts was a white North Carolina author and Alumni Distinguished Professor of English at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She was born 4 June 1932 in Statesville, N.C., and graduated from the Woman's College of the University of North Carolina in Greensboro, N.C. Betts married Lowry Matthews Betts (1930-2007) in 1952 and with him had three children: Doris LewEllyn, David Lowry, and Erskine Moore. Betts began her writing career as a newspaper reporter. She firs...

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Laudermelt, Faith.

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Sitterson, J. Carlyle (Joseph Carlyle), 1911-1995

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J. Carlyle Sitterson (1911-1995) was born in Kinston, N.C. He received his B.A. from the University of North Carolina in 1931 and began teaching history at UNC in 1935 while completing his Ph. D. In 1955, Sitterson became dean of the School of Arts and Sciences, and, in 1965, he was appointed vice-chancellor. Serving as chancellor from 1966 to 1971, he steered the University through major desegregation efforts, anti- Vietnamese War protests, and general campus unrest while reorganizing the admin...

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Watt, Melvin L. (Melvin Luther), 1945-

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Melvin Luther Watt (born August 26, 1945) is an American politician who was Director of the Federal Housing Finance Agency from 2014 to 2019. He was appointed by President Barack Obama. He is a former United States Representative for North Carolina's 12th congressional district, from 1993 to 2014. He is a member of the Democratic Party. After attending segregated schools in Mecklenburg County, Watt attended the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, graduating Phi Beta Kappa with a busi...

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Martin, James G. (James Grubbs), 1935-

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Friday, William C. (William Clyde)

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Adler, Richard, 1921-2012

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Riley, Richard W. (Richard Wilson)

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Reed, John Shelton

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Stone, Chuck

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Richardson, Richard John, 1928-

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Bowles, Erskine B. (Erskine Boyce), 1945-

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Taylor, Charles, 1931-

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Peacock, James L.

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Rose, Charles G., 1939-2012

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Pruett, James W.

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Valentine, I. T. (Itimous Thaddeus), 1926-

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Beckman, Richard

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Lee, Howard, 1934-

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Neal, Stephen L., 1934-

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Laudermelt, Hope.

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Tepper, Steven J.

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Ridings, Dorothy Sattes.

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Li, Lu, 1966-....

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Taylor, David

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Black, James B. (James Boyce), 1935-

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Kuralt, Charles, 1934-1997

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Charles Bishop Kuralt (1934-1997), newspaper, radio, and television journalist and author, was born in Wilmington, N.C. Kuralt attended the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, 1951-1955, where served as editor of the "Daily Tar Heel" and worked for WUNC radio. Kuralt then joined the staff of the "Charlotte News" and, in 1957, became a writer for CBS in New York. As a correspondent for CBS, Kuralt was best known for his long-running television series "On the Road" and "Sunday Morning." He ...

Whichard, Willis P.

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Blue, Daniel Terry, 1949-

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Fuller, James Cannings

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Boulton, Donald A.

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Holshouser, Jim, 1934-2013

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James E. Holshouser, Jr. graduated from Davidson College in 1956. He attended UNC Law School, graduating in 1960. He served in the N.C. House of Representatives for four terms. In 1972 he became governor of N.C. Upon completion of his term in ofice, he joined the law firm of Brown, Holshouser and Pate in southern Pines, N.C. In 1978 he became chairman of the board of First Colony savings and Loan Assoc., resigning in 1982. He has received numerous awards and honors, including an honorary degree ...

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Wicker, Dennis A.

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Metcalf, Clifton B.

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Smith, Dean, 1931-

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